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Why Ben Affleck’s Link to Slavery Matters | ZoNation (video)

    Published to YouTube on Apr 28, 2015 by PJ Media Zo explains why he will not let go of Ben Affleck’s links to slavery and Democratic politics.   In the case of Ben Affleck, it matters because he is such a hypocrite, elitist and up to ...
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NOTE: The purpose of this is post is not to give McDonald’s free advertising. However, since it will piss off jackass Communists calling 24/7 for the demise of capitalism/free enterprise on their Smartphones, IPads and I-Phones, I have decided to have my say.     McD’s has a ...
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Now he can wear it on the outside. DOD photo

  The Official USO Blog: Everyone knows the meaning of semper fidelis. But today, the USO takes a look at 29 other Marine Corps facts that may surprise you on the service’s 239th birthday: Marines often pin their next promotable rank onto their uniforms as a motivator. They usually hide it in ...
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  Rat Nation: Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson seen nodding in approval. Just kidding. Apollos Hester is a high school student. He plays football in Texas. For the East View High School Patriots in Georgetown. That’s not the story. What this remarkable young man said in an interview ...
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Joan Rivers, RIP

Private funeral services were held Sunday for comedian, Joan Rivers born Joan Alexandra Kolinsky (on June 8, 1933 Brooklyn, New York) at the Temple Emanu-El, Upper East Side of Manhattan. In attendance were Hollywood and New York elites attended the private service as thousands of fans, the media ...
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Scanning electron micrograph depicting a mass of Yersinia pestis bacteria. Photograph: Rocky Mountain Laboratories/NIAID/NIH

From the Trenches World Report Bloomberg – by Sonali Basak and Jennifer Oldham A Colorado man is infected with the rarest and most fatal form of plague, an airborne version that can be spread through coughing and sneezing. It is the first case of pneumonic plague seen in the state since ...
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Maya Angelou

  New York Post WINSTON-SALEM, NC — Maya Angelou, a modern Renaissance woman who survived the harshest of childhoods to become a force on stage, screen, the printed page and the inaugural dais, has died. She was 86. Her death was confirmed in a statement issued by Wake ...
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  Downtrend.com Uh, oh. A bunch of people are going to have to close not only their noses, but their ears. According to Reuters , scientists at University College London say smokers who turn to e-cigarettes are 60 percent more likely to quit than if they use nicotine ...
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  Universal Free Press A New York resident is reportedly suing for not only the most money ever demanded in a lawsuit, but also more money than has ever been produced in the history of the world. 62-year-old Anton Purisima filed a lawsuit in April for $2 undecillion. ...
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January 5,  2014  Grumpy Daily Headlines

, Midwest, Northeast brace for Arctic blast, record lows Shared by Reuters Top News reuters.com – NEW YORK (Reuters) – Many parts of the Midwest braced for a blast of Arctic air this weekend that could bring some of the coldest temperatures in two decades before advancing to the ...
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The Blaze The growing use of a Nazi-like salute has prompted outrage from European leaders and Jewish groups, with the controversy now drawing in a French soccer player, an NBA star and even, unwittingly, President Barack Obama. French soccer player Nicolas Anelka is under fire for using a ...
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Nelson Mandela statue South Africa

I ran across the following article a few hours ago and thought it worth sharing. Many of the articles written since Mandela’s death one week ago either praise Mandela or vilify him. The following article does neither nevertheless, it is a worthy read. The American Conservative What if ...
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Spouse Buzz by Military.com The high school seniors walked behind me as we left the pool.  I knew those boys.  They were the swimmers everyone watched. They were the ones with bodies made to butterfly, made to soar and plunge through water–all back and arm and chest.  Miraculous, ...
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Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock performs Katy Perry's Roar Collage

Published on Oct 21, 2013 Children and staff gather for an inspiring cover of “Roar” by Katy Perry at Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock. You can make a donation to support the kids of CHaD at http://bit.ly/18HmNFF Any donations made through this link will be matched dollar-for-dollar by PositiveTracks ...
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