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DON’T BE FOOLED: FACEBOOK IS TAKING POWER AWAY FROM USERS

Facebook has announced plans to rank the visibility of news sources based on whether they are “broadly trusted.” The mainstream media is reporting this as a win for users, and an abdication of responsibility on Facebook’s part. This couldn’t be further from the truth....

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SUPREME COURT TAKES HISTORIC CASE ON TRUMP TRAVEL BAN

WASHINGTON, DC – The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday granted review in the legal challenge to President Donald Trump’s permanent policy restricting entry into the United States from the residents of eight terror-prone nations, in what will be a historic case on...

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Border Wall Models Thwart U.S. Commandos in Tests

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Recent assaults by tactical teams on prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed wall with Mexico indicate their imposing heights should stop border crossers, a U.S. official with direct knowledge of the rigorous assessment told The Associated...

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TRUMP: SENATE DEMS ‘ONLY PEOPLE STANDING IN THE WAY’

Donald Trump: Democrats Want a Government Shutdown President Donald Trump blamed a looming government shutdown on Democrats, arguing that they wanted to distract from the positive news about tax reform. “The Democrats want to see a shutdown to get off this subject...

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NANCY PELOSI SUGGESTS A BOWL OF DOGGIE-DOO WITH A CHERRY ON TOP

Thursday at her weekly briefing on Capitol Hill, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Republicans’ continuing resolution to avoid a government shutdown was a “a bowl of doggie doo” with a “cherry on top.” Pelosi said, “This is like giving you a bowl of...

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How Venezuela Became A Communist Totalitarian State

icolás Maduro has replaced Venezuela’s Congress with the illegitimate National Constituent Assembly controlled by the ruling party. When Hugo Chávez was running in his first successful presidential campaign, back in 1998, he was asked point blank in several television...

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ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE TRUTH ABOUT COMEY MEMOS

U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg has given us an important victory in our quest for the truth about former FBI Director James Comey and his infamous memos. Boasberg ruled that the FBI must turn over to the court for in camera, non-public review of Comey’s memos...

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SOCIALISM IN ACTION: In Venezuela, money has stopped working

Empty meat counters in a supermarket in Caracas, Venezuela, on Jan. 9. A friend recently sent me a photograph that tells a powerful story about the situation Venezuelans find themselves in now. It’s not a very good picture, really, just a blurry cellphone shot of...

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SNOW IN ALL 50 STATES

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)--- Wisconsin isn't alone when it comes to the cold and snow. The latest blast of wintry weather brought accumulations as far south as the Gulf Coast! Wednesday morning started off with snow cover in all 50 states and 52.3 percent of the country...

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U.S. Jobless Claims Plunge to Lowest Weekly Tally Since 1973

 U.S. filings for unemployment benefits plummeted to the lowest level in almost 45 years in a sign the job market will tighten further in 2018, Labor Department figures showed Thursday. HIGHLIGHTS OF JOBLESS CLAIMS (WEEK ENDED JAN. 13) Jobless claims decreased by 41k...

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MIGRANT CRISIS: 77% OF BELGIANS ‘NO LONGER FEEL AT HOME’

The massive rise in the proportion of Muslim migrants in the country has resulted in two-thirds of Belgians feeling their nation is being “increasingly invaded”, according to a new study. This sentiment was especially marked among respondents to the detailed...

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CEO gives employees $1,000 checks notated ‘Trump Tax Cut’

Tech workers not necessarily 'fans' of president, 'but they weren't complaining' The CEO of a software-development firm issued $1,000 bonuses to his employees with a notation in the memo on each check “Trump Tax Cut and Jobs Act.” Sheldon Wolf of Tampa-based Spellex...

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Cold blast shatters records in Louisiana and Mississippi

ATLANTA (AP) — A thin layer of snow and ice across the South closed highways, schools and government offices and sent cars sliding off the road Wednesday, while a blast of cold air broke records as far south as the Gulf Coast. Icicles hung from a statue of jazz...

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