Monthly Archives: July 2018

Manafort fraud trial begins | Judge Says Being Rich Is Not a Crime

Prosecutors also called their first witness in the case: former Bernie Sanders campaign adviser Tad Devine, who worked closely with Manafort on several elections in Ukraine, including the successful 2010 presidential campaign of since-deposed pro-Russian leader Viktor Yanukovych. Devine, under cross-examination … Continue reading

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Portland homeless shelter project already $500K over budget and Construction Hasn’t Started | Totally Incompetent

City documents show soil on the lot is contaminated from nearby railroad tracks and must be covered with a protective cap estimated to cost $170,000. Marandas told Portland’s development commission that Harbor of Hope has blown past its $100,000 budget … Continue reading

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Portland cesspool deepens | Mayor Wheeler is a Progressive Disaster – Protect the lawless, Ignore Taxpayers

I want to thank Portland Police Union President Daryl Turner for speaking the truth in identifying how our city is becoming a cesspool and calling out Mayor Ted Wheeler and other city leaders for only exacerbating the problems (“Portland police … Continue reading

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ICE Workers In Portland Say Police Ignored Their Request For Help . News | OPB

The National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, the union that represents federal immigration workers, has sent Portland’s mayor a cease-and-desist letter. The dispute started with Mayor Ted Wheeler instructing Portland Police not to intervene in a protest that lasted for more than … Continue reading

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Royal Navy rescued suicide bomber 3 years before attack | Refugee or Invader?

LONDON (AP) — The Royal Navy rescued the Manchester Arena suicide bomber and his younger brother from the civil war in Libya three years before he killed 22 people at the Ariana Grande pop concert. Britain’s Daily Mail reported Tuesday … Continue reading

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Worker pay rate hits highest level since 2008

Compensation for workers rose to a nearly 10-year high in the second quarter as inflation pressures continued to percolate in the U.S. economy. The employment cost index increased 0.6 percent for civilian workers in the three-month period ending in June, … Continue reading

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7 Horrific Marxist Leaders Who Applied Socialism to Kill Millions, Like Che Guevara, Joseph Stalin, and Pol Pot

Do you really want to wear that Che Guevara t-shirt? Source: 7 Horrific Marxist Leaders Who Applied Socialism to Kill Millions, Like Che Guevara, Joseph Stalin, and Pol Pot

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‘Trigger warnings’ may undermine ’emotional resilience,’ Harvard study finds | Green House Flowers Die In A Natural Setting

“Trigger warnings” may do more harm than good, according to a study by a team of Harvard University psychologists. Published on Friday in the Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, the study found that trigger warnings do not reduce … Continue reading

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A ‘Mini Ice Age’ Is Coming in The Next 15 Years | It’s The Sun 

A new model that predicts the solar cycles more accurately than ever before has suggested that solar magnetic activity will drop by 60 percent between 2030 and 2040, which means in just 15 years’ time, Earth could sink into what … Continue reading

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Sessions: We Will Keep Fighting for Religious Liberty, and ‘We’re Going to Keep Winning’

(CNSNews.com) – Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the formation of a task force to ensure that the Department of Justice (DOJ) upholds religious liberty in the cases the government brings and defends, its court arguments, and DOJ policies, regulations, and … Continue reading

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