November 2018 10 articles

Investigating The California Wildfires

Once again, the United States is witnessing a fiery destructive rage through large parts of California. Deaths are mounting and property damage is soaring as thousands of displaced people are fleeing from danger. Many residents have lost their homes and personal belongings. You Might Like In all, there are six fires burning through approximately 400 […]

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Mark Of The Globalist: Human Microchips

Recently there’s been disturbing news about international efforts to accustom citizens to constant surveillance and computer microchip implants. We certainly do seem to be living in the biblical End Times as written in the Book of Revelation: And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark […]

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Macron rebukes Trump’s “America first” principles

Sunday morning in a steady drizzle in the heart of Paris, French President Emmanuel Macron attempted to scornfully distance himself from President Trump’s “Make America Great” doctrine stating: “Patriotism is the exact opposite of nationalism; nationalism is a betrayal of patriotism.” Macron’s pointed and sanctimonious remarks rebuking the president’s reference to himself as a “nationalist” […]

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Facebook Portal Says Goodbye to Privacy

Facebook is no longer limiting its products and services to software. The company is getting ready to ship their new hardware line Portal and Portal+ as part of the social media giant’s entry into the smart speaker market at the end of November 2018. This new product aims to compete with Amazon Alexa and Google […]

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Scott Claims Election Fraud In Florida

Perhaps no other state in the union behaves more like a third world “banana republic” during an election cycle than the “sunshine state.” You Might Like Who can forget the infamous year of the “hanging chad” during the 2000 presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore? By definition, a chad is a fragment […]

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Security Clearances Vs. Citizen Juries

On July 5, 2018, Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-TX) and Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO) introduced a bill proposing to revoke Hillary Clinton’s national security clearance. In a press release, Cornyn stated: “When individuals mishandle our country’s most sensitive information they jeopardize national security and shouldn’t be trusted with such an important responsibility.” The legislators […]

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