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Investigative Report: Obama's Treasonous Shadow Exposed By: Diane Sori and Craig Andresen / Right Side Patriots on American Political Radio Article III, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution states, “Treason against the United States, shall consist only...
In 2017, the Trump administration will likely continue and expand the Obama administration’s focus on removing immigrants convicted of crimes. Whether Trump will break ground for a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico is far less certain. Ramping...
The year ends in twenty-four hours. Down the block, the Sunset Strip is oddly quiet for a Friday night – waiting. The New Year’s Eve madness at all the clubs, and spilling out on the sidewalks, comes on Saturday night this year, and those of us who gave...
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America Is Even More Unequal than It Seems
America's top central bankers didn't make time for inequality at their annual hobnob last week. In Lindau, Germany, Nobel laureates in economics did.