Monthly Archives: March 2017

I-85 bridge collapse in Atlanta – What Fueled The Fire

I-85 bridge collapse in Atlanta effectively ‘puts a cork in the bottle’ for traffic Photo's from google maps where the I-85 fire collapse is. This is what was stored under the overpass when this photo was taken. @wsbtv pic.twitter.com/WL64pBdfZh — … Continue reading

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After pledging to better understand Christians, Democrats pile on Pence’s marriage – Double Standard

After pledging to better understand Christians, liberals pile on Pence’s marriage | Washington Examiner There is nothing Liberal about the current Democrat party. They are Left/Progressive/Socialist and nothing like the Democrats  J.F. Kennedy or Rev. King. “The Washington Post reported … Continue reading

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Dark Energy: New theory eliminates need for dark energy 

Source: New theory eliminates need for dark energy | Behind The Black “In practice, normal and dark matter appear to fill the universe with a foam-like structure, where galaxies are located on the thin walls between bubbles, and are grouped … Continue reading

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CNN Investigates Russian Salad Dressing After Sean Spicer Mentions it in Press Briefing

Fake News: CNN Investigates Russian Salad Dressing After Sean Spicer Mentions it in Press Briefing (VIDEO) “CNN actually investigated Russian salad dressing, claiming it actually comes from Nashua, New Hampshire and that it’s more of a sandwich spread rather than … Continue reading

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Obama Official Made It Clear Their Goal Was to ‘Leak Stuff’ on the Trump Team

WH: Obama Official Made It Clear Their Goal Was to ‘Leak Stuff’ on the Trump Team ““If you look at Obama’s deputy assistant secretary of defense that is out there, Evelyn Farkas, she made it clear that it was their … Continue reading

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OAS Chief Decries ‘Dictatorship’ After Venezuela’s Gov’t-Controlled Supreme Court Seizes Power From Parliament – Those Crazy Socialists

Venezuela lurched deeper into crisis Thursday after the government-controlled supreme court stripped the elected legislature of its lawmaking powers, prompting the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) to decry a “self-inflicted coup” and describe Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s … Continue reading

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‘It’s Not Russia’: Actor Rob Schneider Gives Dems a Brutal 7-Year Recap of History in a Single Tweet

‘It’s Not Russia’: Actor Rob Schneider Gives Dems a Brutal 7-Year Recap of History in a Single Tweet Let’s not forget the 1000+ seats lost in State House, Senate races since 2008.

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Musk’s SpaceX launches & retrieves first recycled rocket

SEE IT: SpaceX launches, retrieves first recycled rocket – NY Daily News “This is a huge day. My mind’s blown, frankly,” Musk said. He called it an “incredible milestone in the history of space” and predicted, “this is going to … Continue reading

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How Socialism Ruined My Country Brazil

Is Bernie Sanders right? Are people living under socialism better off? Brazil is a good case study. Felipe Moura Brasil, a journalist and Veja magazine columnist, explains how his country has fared under socialism. Click here to view the Portuguese … Continue reading

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Fewer Than 1 Percent Of Papers in Scientific Journals Follow Scientific Method – We Are Doomed

J Scott Armstrong: Fewer Than 1 Percent Of Papers in Scientific Journals Follow Scientific Method – Breitbart “Professor Armstrong, who co-founded the peer-reviewed Journal of Forecasting in 1982 and the International Journal of Forecasting in 1985, made the claim in a presentation about what … Continue reading

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