May 2019 10 articles

Navy Pilots Track Unidentified Flying Objects, for Nearly a Year

Several weeks ago I reported on a little known and secretive government program  called the “Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program “ — which researches and investigates sightings of unexplained flying objects or the government’s official classification “unidentified aerial phenomena.” “Lo-and-behold” a news report from ABC World News posted online today confirms that something strange keeps […]

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Democrats Walking Away From Liberals

For those not familiar with the “Walkway” movement it was started last year by Brandon Straka, a former liberal and Democrat who suddenly became aware of how Liberals were acting like anything but “liberal.” You Might Like He saw them using mobs on college campuses to shut down invited conservative speakers and violently confronting Trump […]

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Former Obama Official Predicts Trump Win in 2020

It may be a little premature in declaring a Trump victory… with the 2020 Presidential election more than a year and a half away. However, that prediction didn’t come from Trump supporters but from a former Obama cabinet member who is warning Democrats to concentrate on real policy issues and not on controversial extremist issues […]

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Terrorist Arrested After Instagram Threats

Jonathan Xie, a 20-year-old Hamas supporter living in the United States, was arrested on May 22, 2019, and charged with two counts of attempting to provide material support to a designated terrorist organization, two counts of making false statements, and one count of transmitting a threat in interstate commerce. You Might Like Hamas is the […]

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NYC’s Chancellor Openly Hostile Towards White Students

An exclusive by the New York Post recently exposed the shadowy and murky world of School Chancellor Richard Carranza’s bias and racism towards whites — which has now become an accepted teaching methodology throughout New York City’s Department of Education. Apparently, New York City’s public-school teachers have been instructed to focus on black children over […]

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GAME OVER: Trump green-lights declassification of 2016 campaign surveillance

The President’s “bombshell announcement” giving the go-ahead to Attorney General William Barr the authority to declassify all related surveillance documents about the 2016 Presidential election was anticipated. Still, when the President last evening finally made good on his promise, it rocked the swamp-dwellers down to their core. The in-fighting between Pelosi and Trump only hours […]

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AOC Claims Tornadoes are Proof of Climate Change

It would appear that AOC’s latest target regarding climate change are tornados. You Might Like It all started on Thursday when the National Weather Service issued a “tornado warning” for the D.C. area — this apparently freaked out the freshmen lawmaker. She instantly went on Instagram to proclaim, “The climate crisis is real y’all. Guess […]

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Russian PM Admits Aliens Walk Among Us

One of the greatest mysteries of modern times is whether or not UFOs (unidentified flying objects) and ETs (extraterrestrials) are real. Thousands of people, many of them highly credible and trained observers, have reported seeing them for decades. The United States ran Project Blue Book in the 1950s and 1960s to study the UFO phenomenon. […]

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Apple Antitrust Case To Advance Per SCOTUS

On May 13, 2019, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled to allow a class action antitrust lawsuit, brought against Apple by a consumer group, to move forward in the legal process. If success, the tech giant could be liable for millions of dollars of damages for fixing high prices on their products which […]

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