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Posted in: Elon Musk cleared of defamation over 'pedo guy' tweet See in context

Defamation suits are hard to win.

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Posted in: Pelosi rebukes reporter: 'Don't mess with me' See in context

Pelosi is sounding a trifle touchy and defensive. I wonder if it might be because the “impeachment inquiry” has been a huge clown show?

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Posted in: Substitute teacher lectures Utah child over his 2 dads See in context

BigYen, as Dave Chappelle said recently, “You are never, ever, allowed to upset the alphabet people.”

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Posted in: Melania Trump booed at Baltimore youth event See in context

The misogyny on the left towards women who are strong, independent thinkers and doers like Melania is astounding.

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Posted in: Victoria's Secret to cancel annual fashion show See in context

Did profits or social justice wackos kill the show, or both?

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Posted in: Clint Eastwood seeks to restore Atlanta bomb hero's legacy See in context

The mainstream media is still doing what they did to Jewell like the recent Covington Kids example.

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Posted in: Airlines' fuel practices feed doubts over climate commitment See in context

Airlines would be better off doing what’s in their best interest instead of kowtowing to the global warming hoax.

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Posted in: 3 dead in Oklahoma Walmart shooting See in context

A good person with a gun did stop it. The shooter killed himself after being confronted by an armed bystander.

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Posted in: U.S. angers Palestinians with reversal on Israeli settlements See in context

Good to see the Trump Administration taking yet another stand against leftist anti-Semitism.

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Posted in: Democrats invite Trump to testify in impeachment inquiry See in context

The process is a sham.

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Posted in: UAW members ratify Ford labor agreement See in context

The reason the Union went on strike is because President Trump’s economy is so strong they felt now was the right time.

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Posted in: Roger Stone trial closes with dueling versions of motives in 2016 Trump campaign See in context

So, there’s no evidence Stone was involved in hacking the emails? So, why was this even prosecuted? President Trump will likely pardon Stone quickly.

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Posted in: Election gift for Johnson: Brexit Party stands down in Conservative seats See in context

Although disappointing for Brexit supporters, Farage probably is doing the right thing to make sure globalist Labour doesn’t retake Parliament.

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Posted in: Spain's repeat election fails to break deadlock See in context

Why does the globalist media keep calling populist parties “far right?”

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Posted in: Spain's far right doubles seats in hung parliament See in context

We will see right wing populist revolts against progressive globalism more often in the future. It’s inevitable.

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Posted in: U.S. F-16 drops dummy bomb off firing range in Aomori Pref See in context

5 km from the target area is a fairly big screwup. I suspect it was either a rookie pilot or one of the higher ranked wing officers who don’t fly as much. Maybe the Wing Commander!

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Posted in: World Cup exit will mark me for rest of my life, says Sexton See in context

Dude, it’s a game.

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Posted in: Margaret Court challenges Australia to honor her like Rod Laver See in context

Margaret, you offended the Alphabet People, which in today’s political climate is unforgivable.

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Posted in: Bolton a no-show at impeachment panel; Pence aide appears See in context

This “inquiry” quickly became a farce.

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Posted in: France, under pressure from right wing, toughens stance on immigration See in context

Typical globalist media. It isn’t “right wing” to be against problems in your country caused by bad immigration policies.

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Posted in: Leeds goalkeeper Casilla charged with racial abuse See in context

Why don’t these articles ever include the offensive phrases so we can decide for ourselves if it was “racist abuse”?

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Posted in: 1 year out: A divided nation lurches toward 2020 U.S. election See in context


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Posted in: Assad says Kurdish controlled northeast Syria must return to state authority See in context

If Assad wants that territory back, he’ll need to make a deal with the Kurds, Turks, and Russians. The US will, hopefully, stay out of it except for the oilfields. The US is not the world’s police.

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Posted in: Brexit ballot: UK lawmakers back Dec 12 election See in context

Farage’s Brexit Party will sweep the election.

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Posted in: 50 years after internet conception, dark side stirs fear See in context

Without the Internet, it would have been more difficult for Trump to be elected.

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Posted in: Hawks sweep past Giants to 3rd straight Japan Series title See in context

Good to see the Giants lose another one.

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Posted in: Russian police deploy in Syria's Kobani, as Trump calls ceasefire 'permanent' See in context

President Trump deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for his masterful statecraft in Syria.

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Posted in: Microsoft racks up more cloud customers See in context

Another company benefiting from President Trump’s tax cuts and economy.

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Posted in: Trudeau faces divided Canada, new challenges in second term See in context

From what I understand, minority governments in Canada usually only last a couple of years, so Trudeau should be out by the middle of President Trump’s second term.

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Posted in: Democrats' 2020 race has a new shadow: Hillary Clinton See in context

I hope she runs! LOL

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