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    ‘Russiagate’ spread by ‘highest levels’ of Obama admin

    The Obama administration was frantically distributing to Democratic senators classified information in support of claims of Trump campaign collusion with Russia even as Donald Trump was preparing to be inaugurated, according to newly obtained emails. Two sets of emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit and released Friday by Washington watchdog Judicial Watch…

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  • Health

    Wall ‘single greatest obstruction to the future’ of the Democratic Party

    Democrats previously supported billions of dollars for border security, including border wall sections, to protect the integrity of the United States. But no more, with their refusal to allocate even a modest $5 billion to President Trump’s border security plan. After all, the economic impact of  illegal aliens is dozens of times that amount. Talk radio host…

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  • Politics

    Oprah guest faces arrest in sex probe

    BRASILIA (Reuters) – Police are investigating accusations by over 200 women that a self-proclaimed Brazilian faith healer, who became a celebrity after appearing on a show hosted by Oprah Winfrey, sexually abused them while they were seeking spiritual guidance and treatment. Prosecutors have requested the arrest of João Teixeira de Faria, known as “John of…

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  • Health

    2 technicians at Antarctic science station die

    NEW YORK (AP) — The National Science Foundation says two technicians working on a fire-suppression system at an Antarctica scientific station were found unconscious and died. The foundation said Wednesday the two had been working in a building at McMurdo Station, which is on Ross Island. It says they were found on the floor by…

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  • Politics

    ‘Strongest’ polling for Trump in 22 months

    (Washington Examiner) Despite the thumping Republicans took in the midterm congressional elections, President Trump’s popularity is gaining strength as are expectations for 2019, according to a new survey. For the first time since February 2017, Trump’s “disapproval rating” has dropped to below 50 percent, a significant achievement considering the recent GOP elections and wildly swinging…

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  • Politics

    ‘Dossier’ writer: Hillary considered challenging 2016 results

    (Washington Times) British ex-spy Christopher Steele, who wrote the Democrat-financed anti-Trump dossier, said in a court case that he was hired by a Democratic law firm in preparation for Hillary Clinton challenging the results of the 2016 presidential election. He said the law firm Perkins Coie wanted to be in a position to contest the…

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  • Economy

    $5 billion for wall ‘a waste’? Taxpayer burden 31 times greater

    Democrats claim the $5 billion President Trump wants from Congress to fund a border wall is a waste of money, but the annual burden of illegal immigration on taxpayers is $155 billion, according to an independent report. The Gateway Pundit blog points to a 2017 report by the Federation for American Immigration Reform, or FAIR,…

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  • Crime

    Fmr. Baylor student gets not jail time for rape

    A Texas judge on Monday accepted a plea bargain allowing a former Baylor University student accused of raping a woman at a fraternity party to avoid serving jail time, marking at least the third time the judge has approved probation for men accused of sexually assaulting Baylor students....

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  • Economy

    Corsi sues Mueller for hundreds of millions

    Investigative reporter and New York Times best-selling author Jerome Corsi, who just days ago filed a formal complaint against special counsel Robert Mueller for “gross prosecutorial misconduct and criminal acts,” now has filed a case against him demanding hundreds of millions of dollars in damages. The earlier case was submitted to acting U.S. Attorney General…

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  • Economy

    Surprise! Toy store pushes ‘birth of Jesus’ for Christmas

    Put “Christmas” and “toys” in a search engine dialogue box and you’re going to see many links to retailers, lists of the “Hottest Toys of 2018” and a never-ending stream of directed ads on your computer screen. But one toy retailer with hundreds of shops is giving up his high-profile advertising spot – the front windows of…

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