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Surprising New Poll Shows Sanders Ahead By Six Points Nationwide

February 24, 2016

It’s official: America is feeling the Bern. Despite Hillary Clinton’s narrow victory in Nevada and a larger win expected in South Carolina this Saturday, more and more Americans are feeling the Bern. A new interactive poll released by Reuters on…

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The US Is Losing To The Taliban, Afghanistan Sees Record Civilian Casualties In 2015 (VIDEO)

February 14, 2016

As Taliban Makes A Comeback And Islamic State Fighters Move Into Afghanistan, Civilian Casualties Increase With No End In Sight According to a new UN report, a record number of civilian casualties were documented in Afghanistan in 2015 despite the…

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Paris Attacker Had Syrian Refugee Passport? Beware Of Psy Ops

November 14, 2015

It’s always wise to be wary of early information in the aftermath of a major tragedy. People are shocked and anxious. The mind becomes susceptible to all kinds of suggestion. It becomes easier in the days that follow a major…

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Bernie And Hillary: The People Vs. The Public Relations Industry

June 1, 2015

The Democratic primary contest is shaping up into a bipolar struggle between two wings of the party, the centrist establishment and the progressive left. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have similar, though different, positions on the issues. Bernie’s positions are…

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Shaky Clinton Foundation: Hillary Has a Real Problem

April 23, 2015

Democratic 2016 presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton has a problem. Allegations are beginning to pile up of conflicts of interest between the Clinton Foundation’s activities and her work as Secretary of State, as well as implications of shaky accounting. There are…

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