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Posted in: U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade; states can ban abortion See in context

The Supreme Court on Friday ended constitutional protections for abortion

Where is it specifically written in our Constitution that abortions are protected? The Supreme Court corrected a bad decision it made nearly a half century ago. Now, the choice to allow abortions correctly reverts back to the individual states. Nothing has changed in America based on this ruling.

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Posted in: CNN+ latest failed attempt of cable news trailblazer to remain relevant See in context

Was offered -- and out of curiosity -- tried a free one-week trial subscription of CNN-. The programming offered was not even close to being groundbreaking. Want to see where to go on vacation? Watch The Travel Channel. Want to learn about new cuisines? Watch The Food Channel. CNN- provided absolutely nothing that wanted make me pay for that service. it was doomed to fail..

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Posted in: CNN's streaming service shutting down a month after launch See in context

CNN+ morphs into CNN-

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Posted in: What does the word "globalization" mean to you? See in context

"Globalization" means borderless worldwide solidarity. After all, we're all in this together. As the renowned poet, John Lennon, wrote:

"Imagine there's no countries. It isn't hard to do . . . You may say I'm a dreamer. But I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us. And the world can live as one."

Words to live by.

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Posted in: How would you evaluate the international news coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine? See in context

How would you evaluate the international news coverage of Russia's invasion of Ukraine?

Fair and balanced.

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Posted in: When Biden 'speaking from his heart' doesn't speak for U.S. See in context

President Biden got the most votes (81 million) of any U.S. President in American history; 11 million more votes than Obama in 2008. Only "a lying dog-faced pony soldier" would disagree that then-Vice President Biden's popularity with voters was instrumental in dragging his running mate across the finish line.

The Putin stooges can whine all they want, but Lunch Bucket Joe shoots from the shoulder and says what all of us pro-Ukrainian Americans think. It is so great to once again have an adult sitting behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office.

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Posted in: COVID increases risk of blood clots for up to six months: study See in context

SanjinosebleedToday  08:16 am JST

How long does the vaccine increase the risk for???

Considering the "vaccine" is actually a gene-altering therapy that becomes baked into a person's DNA, I'd say the risk lasts forever.

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Posted in: Smith apologizes to Rock; Academy to launch review See in context

Heh, the Oscars descends into a one-sided schoolyard brawl between two adult men and the instigator (who was caught on camera laughing at the lame joke) got to remain seated in the front row and later received a statuette instead of being perp walked out of the building by the police for assault.

Welcome to another installment of Bizzaro World, American style. . . . .

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Posted in: Opening day: CNN+ streaming service ready for launch Tuesday See in context

*"it will be incredibly attractive to ***the** CNN fan"

Heh, the correct number of people who will actually pay to watch CNN(LOL).

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Posted in: How do you think the global community should react to Russia's invasion of Ukraine? See in context

The "global community" should react the same way as it does about the civil wars currently taking place the Yemen and Ethiopia.

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Posted in: Russia attacks Ukraine as defiant Putin warns U.S., NATO See in context

This is yet another U.S. democrat-led foreign policy that is a lesson on how not to do it. The world is plunging into a hot mess that the West has no control over while a group of NWO globalist European leaders allowing an American democrat administration toothless tiger foreign policy to control the horizontal and the vertical. We should all be worried.  I know I am.

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Posted in: What do you give Yoko Ono on her birthday? A tribute album See in context

Yoko Ono = the luckiest groupie in the history of rock'n'roll.

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Posted in: Too many masks: WHO cites glut of waste from COVID response See in context

What do you expect when the U.S. CDC recommends that "follow the science" mask wearers need to replace what their wearing with a new one on every seven minutes?

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Posted in: Washington's NFL team unveils new name as Commanders See in context

Considering the word "man" is part of new moniker, I'll just shorten their name to the Washington Commies.

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Posted in: Blinken vows more U.S. military might in Indo-Pacific See in context

Sec. Blinken is an honorable man. His word is good on all U.S. foreign policy issues. The world should be grateful to have him as America's Secretary of State.

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Posted in: New UK mask rules start as Johnson under fire over parties See in context

This is a correct move by PM Johnson. Masking/shots needs to be rigorously enforced until this deadly virus is completely eradicated once and for all.

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Posted in: Why doesn't the United States appoint career diplomats as ambassadors, as many other countries do? See in context

Unlike past do-nothing professional diplomats washing up Japan's shores, with the arrival of new U.S. ambassador, Japan is on the threshold of fundamentally transforming so it can better align itself with a one-Japan-for-all-native-Japanese societal direction. It will prove to be much better place for all those who are born, raised and most importantly schooled in the Japanese education system. For the non-Japanese interlopers, not so much.

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Posted in: Japan envoy pick Emanuel says he did nothing improper over Chicago teen shooting See in context

Mr. Emanuel is the correct choice for Japan. He will be instrumental in guiding the country's leadership as together they will achieve the international goal of fundamentally changing that nation's society.

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Posted in: More guns, pandemic stress created perfect conditions for homicide spike in 2020 See in context

This article has so many holes in it you could drive a Mac truck through it.

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Posted in: Biden picks Emanuel for Japan ambassador; Burns for China See in context

An outstanding decision by President Biden. Amb. Emanuel will go there and push Japanese leaders institute among other things open borders and open immigration; things that that country is lagging far behind compared to other nations around the world.

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Posted in: Entire Australian state goes into lockdown as virus surges See in context

Japan's leadership needs to follow the Australian model of containment in order to eradicate this deadly virus.

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Posted in: Olympic exodus begins in Tokyo See in context

Many, many thanks to all the elite athletes who made this Olympics worth waiting a year for to watch; especially my nation that won the total medal count hands down with 113. USA, the undisputed champion of this Summer Olympiad!!!

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Posted in: Tokyo Olympics draw to a close See in context

A fabulous two-week event of showcasing the world's elite athletes. Wished it could have continued longer, but all good things must eventually come to an end. Congratulations to the IOC and the Japanese government's outstanding leadership for staging such a fabulous multi-faceted sporting event. It was indeed well worth waiting the extra year to see it.

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Posted in: Japan beats U.S. to win softball gold See in context

As expected, America still leads the rest of the other nation's in the total medal count.

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Posted in: U.S. swim team shines with 6 medals; Ohashi wins women's 400 individual medley gold See in context

As expected, we are starting to distance ourselves from the rest of the competing nations in the total medal count.

U-S-A!!! U-S-A!!! U-S-A!!!

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Posted in: How will the state of emergency affect Tokyo Olympics? See in context

The Japanese need to adhere to the dictums of the politicians they voted for to lead them. Don't go outside at anytime (day or night) now that the SoE is in effect. And definitely do not venture out at any time during the Summer Olympics. Everyone there must do their part to protect all the athletes from getting the deadly Covid virus that is ravaging Tokyo. Everyone living in that city must quit being selfish so the rest of the planet can enjoy watching our world class athletes who are vying to be declared the best of the best. Remember, we are all in this together.

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Posted in: Will Suga's Olympic gamble pay off? See in context

What gamble? Japan agreed to host this Olympics back in 2013. That country is honoring this commitment by having the Games there. PM Suga has proven to the world to be a trustworthy politician. The nation will benefit from his-word-is-his-honor resolve to host the Olympics. Leaders of other governments around the globe recognize this will reward Japan in the future.

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Posted in: Suga vows safe Olympics after decision to ban spectators at most venues See in context

The nation is honoring the contractual obligation it made to the IOC back in 2013 when Tokyo was selected to be the host city of the current Summer Olympics.. The ordinary people of that nation are very fortunate to have such an intellectually superior group of political men and women leading them. The entire world now awaits the start of the Summer Games!!!

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Posted in: Suga declares state of emergency lasting through Olympics See in context

It now falls on the Japanese people to do their part and adhere to the dictums of those who rule over them: don't go outside and mingle with others in public settings. To do so will result in a tidal wave of new super spreader-related Covid cases that will end up causing great misery and death among Japan's population. If people must defy their government, then wear a minimum of five masks (or more) when they step outside. Better yet, stay indoors this summer and stay safe.

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