Putin Announces Partial Withdrawal Of Forces In Syria, US Intends To Stay

By Brandon Turbeville After making a warn revisit to Syria on Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a prejudiced withdrawal of Russian troops from the country, adding that their charge has mostly been completed. Putin was welcomed by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad at the Russian Hmeimim airbase, both men smiling …

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After Trillions Mysteriously Go “Missing,” DoD Getting Audited for First Time in History

By Matt Agorist “The Defense Department is starting the first agency-wide financial review in its history,” the Pentagon’s news service pronounced this week, announcing that they are finally going to follow through with something they betrothed to do for years. Beginning in 1996 all sovereign agencies were mandated by law to …

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Can MICROSOFT’s Outlook/Hotmail Be Considered An Internet Scam-Artist ENABLER?

Op-Ed by Catherine J. Frompovich Please consider this a open service announcement, which Internet email providers will not surprise you about because, in my opinion, what goes on, on their platforms enhances their bottom lines for Internet traffic and for which they constantly accept financial rewards. Daily, we accept over …

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New Cars to be Equipped with “Complimentary” TSA PreCheck Biometric Scanners

By MassPrivateI I can't trust what we am writing, the TSA has strictly invaded automobile manufacturing. According to a Lincoln Motor Company media release, their 2018 Lincoln’s will offer ‘complimentary’ CLEAR biometric memberships to new automobile owners. Working with CLEAR, Lincoln takes free transport to the next level, charity nominal memberships …

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Leni Robredo On Human Rights: It Knows No Color Other Than Yellow

QUEZON CITY, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Quezon City Bureau) – The insurance of human rights must know no domestic tone and it is everyone’s role to mount up against all forms of human rights abuses, Vice President Ma. Leonor “Leni” Robredo pronounced on Sunday. The Adobo Chronicles caught up with Robredo on …

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‘LODI’ Group Of Artists, Writers, Journalists and Media Workers Accused Of Plagiarism

MANILA, Philippines (The Adobo Chronicles, Manila Bureau) – Citing threats to leisure of countenance and the “disinformation campaigns” waged by forces saved by taxpayer money, a organisation of artists, writers, reporters and media workers has served notice to the Duterte administration of their devise to be a “Lodi.” This six-member organisation is …

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The Fake Left Rhetoric of Breitbart News

Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com / By doddis77 In a recent article on Breitbart celebrating the decrease in meridian change–related extend applications from scientists, the far-right website mocks environmental scientists as “second rate hacks,” compares them to muggers, analogizes meridian scholarship to the truth of a Soviet pseudoscientist, and then concludes by reverently quoting outspoken revolutionary author …

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A Victory for Clean Elections in Alabama Special Senate Election

Photo Credit: Photo by John Brakey An Alabama justice systematic the state’s election officials to safety all digital list images of the paper ballots expel in Tuesday’s high-profile special U.S. Senate election between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore. The proxy confining sequence by Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge …

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Was the Heated 2016 Democratic Primary Rigged for Debbie Wasserman Schultz?

In Aug 2016, Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz faced off against on-going nonconformist and Bernie Sanders believer Tim Canova—her first-ever primary challenger—after 6 terms in Congress. Just weeks progressing she had been forced to renounce as conduct of the Democratic National Committee after stolen emails showed her talking smack about Senator Sanders …

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