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The Interview, The Hack, The Commies, and The “Cave”

THE INTERVIEW Teaser Poster

It’s kind of a strange day when a comedy vehicle piloted by the stars of stoner movie Pineapple Express is at the center of an international cyber-terror debacle highlighting the strange intersection of government coercion, freedom and national security, the

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Obama Opens Relations with Dictatorship in a Desperate Attempt to Stay Relevant

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The President now opens relations with Cuba. Why? “The idea of reasoning with terrorists without force or with appeasement is naive, and I think it’s dangerous.”  – George Allen We live in a savage world, a world in which powerful

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We’re Number Two! China Overtakes US as World’s Largest Economy

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We’re not number one anymore. The International Monetary Fund just released this year’s economic production numbers and China has officially overtaken the US as the world’s largest economy: The International Monetary Fund recently released the latest numbers for the world economy. And

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Is ISIS the Second Coming of the Umayyad Caliphate?

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You probably haven’t heard of the Umayyad Caliphate, which in itself is a testimony to the effectiveness of its defeat. But there was a time when the Islamic Umayyad armies had taken over a huge swath of the ancient world,

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The Dwindling Power of OPEC

American pipeline and OPEC

As if you hadn’t noticed, gas prices are plummeting. You may have wondered why this is the case. There is really one main reason, and it is shaking things up for OPEC. The US is producing far more oil than

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214 Days in A Mexican Prison

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How Obama’s Lack of Character Led to Sgt. Tahmorressi Spending 214 Days in A Mexican Prison “…the United States of America does not ever leave our men and women in uniform behind.” – Barack Obama On March 31st, 2014, Sgt.

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Central American Extortion to Stop Illegal Immigration

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Should the U.S. pay Central American extortion to get those countries to stop the flood of immigrants? According to Google, extortion is “the practice of obtaining something, especially money, through force or threats.” Thanks to Breitbart Texas, and the work

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China Overtakes US as World’s Largest Economy?

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According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), China has just overtaken the US as the world’s largest economy. Of course, this is not in terms of overall GDP, yet. It’s in terms of purchasing power. As an article in Forbes

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Thanks To Political Correctness, We May All Get Ebola!

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“Political correctness is a poison to our security and defenses. It imposes a willful blindness…” – Pete Hegseth Generally speaking, political correctness is nothing more than a nuisance we must tolerate from the left. It’s something we are forced to

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Joe Biden Loves the Taste of His Own Foot

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I don’t know that there has ever been a Vice President in the history of the United States that loved putting his foot in his mouth like Joe Biden. The guy has roundly surpassed clown status for his habit of

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Clear Winner in Middle East Conflicts: Military-Industrial Complex

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In an interview with Abby Martin on Breaking the Set, former Senator Ron Paul explained the rationale for what he calls our “bellicose” policy in the Middle East, and explains that the military-industrial complex is the only clear winner: Abby

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Obama Has Missed Over Half of His Intelligence Briefings

Obama Misses Intelligence Briefings

We’ve found the reason why Obama is able to plead ignorance of what’s going on in the world: he has missed over half of his intelligence briefings in his almost two terms as President: A new Government Accountability Institute (GAI)report reveals that President

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