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Posted in: Nissan Chairman Ghosn arrested over financial law violation See in context

People lose respect for the rule of law, and have no confidence in the strength of law in their country.

I agree, but you are saying he is guilty in the court of public opinion.He was only arrested. I think he will probably just fade away into the sunset and you won't hear much more about. France has his back, you can be sure of that.

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Posted in: Review: Streisand's 'Walls' strikes strident anti-Trump tone See in context

She should sell out when she tours Canada.

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Posted in: Why it's still in Russia's interest to mess with U.S. politics See in context

Putin/Trump, Medvedev/Obama........Funny how the Libs never bring it up.

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Posted in: Quake shock absorber maker says products may have been used nationwide See in context

Just looking at all those microphone cables in front of that picture make me think Japanese have no idea what there doing. You never see that in the west, that is another big hazard waiting to happen.

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Posted in: Senate confirms Kavanaugh for Supreme Court by vote of 50-48 See in context

They should make Senators Feinstein and Schumer swear in Justice Kavanaugh.

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Posted in: Kavanaugh on track for U.S. Supreme Court See in context

They should make Senators Feinstein and Schumer swear in Justice Kavanaugh.

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Posted in: Trump: I told Saudi king he wouldn't last 2 weeks without U.S. support See in context

No wonder American backpackers are advised to have Canadians flags on their backpacks.

Yep, Canada just recently fell into line too. Finally a fair trade agreement. Well done!

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Posted in: Trump: I told Saudi king he wouldn't last 2 weeks without U.S. support See in context

Finally, telling it like it is. Well done.

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Posted in: Facebook discloses security breach affecting 50 million users See in context

Bail on Facebook before its to late!

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Posted in: Trump congratulates Abe on 'HUGE' re-election in Japan See in context

He won because he is the richest politician in Japan and ranked first on the list of the top 10 richest politicians in Japan with an estimated net worth of 4.5 billion dollars.

I'll bet Japanese people don't even know this.

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Posted in: Mizuho's new leader tackles makeover of megabank See in context

To much Government in all Japanese banking facilities. They are all the same.

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Posted in: Cohen testifies Trump told him to commit crime by paying off women See in context

Everybody knew Trump was a player before he became the President. His base likes him more....

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Posted in: Trump aide Manafort found guilty on 8 of 18 charges; Cohen to plead guilty See in context

It's coming......

Whats coming? please enlighten us. Trump will win the 2020 elections and your stuck with him for another 6 years.

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Posted in: As our media environment blurs, confusion often reigns See in context

Maddow backs up her points with facts, numbers, videos etc.

"President Bush never did one interview with the New York Times during his entire presidency."

False.

Fox News "said the New Black Panther Party decided the election for Barack Obama."

False.

C'mon Strangerland, and it goes on and on.....

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Posted in: U.S. government seeks Facebook help to wiretap Messenger See in context

Facebook will cave. Zuckerberg could care-a-less about his community. He wants to be in bed with US. and Chinese officials, only to capitalize on his fortunes.

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Posted in: Trump defends revoking Brennan's security clearance, lashes out at Mueller See in context

It's going on two years and when you look at how biased and aggressive Mueller has been toward everything Trump related, you can be sure President Trump is clean!! You hate him, that's fine. But, that's because you have bought into socialism/communism that is being heavily embraced on the left.

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Posted in: Trump revokes ex-CIA chief's security clearance, evaluating other critics See in context

That picture says it all!

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Posted in: Trump calls former White House aide Omarosa a 'dog' See in context

Except that his popularity hasn't grown. So the rest of your post is based on a false premise.

As of today he has hit 50% approval and 49% disapproval for the first time.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_aug14

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Posted in: Iran's top leader says there will be no talks with U.S. See in context

Then why did all those other countries go along with it?

Because Obama man-handled them....Don't be fooled.

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Posted in: Chinese tech 'wolf' Huawei stalks Apple and Samsung See in context

@Mukamo, I guess its really true that beauty is in the eyes of the beholder. Enjoy your Huawei.

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Posted in: Trump-backed candidates struggle in Ohio, Kansas elections See in context

strange the media felt to right this article and not the one about how all the Berie and media darling Cortez candidates went down in flames.

Yes, the mainstream media is still in denial mode over Trumps hard fought victory.

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Posted in: Chinese tech 'wolf' Huawei stalks Apple and Samsung See in context

Just what the world needs, more cheap junk tech. There is a reason why Apple and Samsung kick everyone else to the curb!

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Posted in: Trump says firms doing business in Iran to be barred from U.S. See in context

The US is not the center of the world

It kind of is at the moment.

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Posted in: Prosecutors rip into Trump's ex-campaign chief Manafort as trial opens See in context

THE US economy is, in a word, TERRIBLE.

I am in the U.S. at the moment and I must say business is booming! Every grocery store you go into is packed full of fresh food, and very inexpensive for what you get. New cars and happy people everywhere. I went to little Tokyo in Downtown Los Angeles and was amazed at the renaissance happening there. Public transportation is better,Uber and Lyft are dirt cheap and tourists LOVE coming here! I asked a few Japanese tourists what they thought and they were all smiles as they were blown away with how much there is to do and at how free and wonderful they felt. The funny thing is a homeless man asked me for some money to get something to eat, not 1 dollar but 10.00 dollars.......Times are changing. Oh and @mukashiyokatta, These are not all rich people, these were very middle class happy people.

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Posted in: Protesters across U.S. call on Trump to reunite immigrant families See in context

I was just in Downtown Los Angeles around where the protests were held and the media were out in full force telling the world how people were marching for miles and miles and so many people came out to lend their voice........Funny thing is the protest was a very lackluster an unorganized event, as there were so few compared to what it looked like on tv that once again the mainstream media blew it with all their bias and dis-honest coverage. Of course, families should be reunited.........but the way the mainstream media force feeds us propaganda just because they don't like the current administration is pretty pathetic.

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Posted in: Trump wants those who 'invade' sent right back without appearing before judge See in context

Good move. That is exactly what Japan and China do, or they lock them up!

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Posted in: Virginia restaurant refuses to serve White House press secretary Sarah Sanders See in context

The conservatives make the quickest flip flops on the issues. Backed the baker you didn't want to make a cake for a GAY couple and now comes the flip flop on Sarah Sanders denied service or dial back to Trump when he refused to rent apartments to Blacks.

Fanning the flames a bit now........

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Posted in: Virginia restaurant refuses to serve White House press secretary Sarah Sanders See in context

Love the claim to refusal on "moral grounds." So it's morally upright to refuse to serve those with whom you disagree? Does the owner pose political inquiries to all prospective customers at the door to "keep it moral"?

This pathetic and hateful behavior will only serve to exasperate and heighten the divide that's being fomented by powerful media entities. In the end, such will not only hurt all of us, but will bite this business owner for such a crass and tasteless act.

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Posted in: Japan to bring in more foreign workers See in context

Living here for 20 years and for 20 years they have been saying the same thing. Total B.S.

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Posted in: EU backs tariffs against U.S. as trade war escalates See in context

The world cannot get enough Levi's! Let the games begin.

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