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I have no known Polish or Hungarian blood or relations, though I have traveled in both countries, but the recent and continuing European Union criticism of Poland and Hungary for alleged human-rights or judicial-procedure deficiencies strikes me as a classic example of amnesia and present-mindedness inflicted on peoples and nations whose vast sufferings in the
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The exterior of The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 30, 2020. (Katherine Taylor/Reuters.) Those who like power and privilege see crises as opportunities to get more of what they want. That includes politicians and bureaucrats, of course, but also college administrators. In today’s Martin Center article, Neetu
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Pennsylvania state Senator Doug Mastriano (R-33) said Friday the Republican controlled legislature will seek to reclaim its power to appoint the state’s electors to the Electoral College. Mastriano made his comments in an interview with former Trump administration official Steve Bannon on the War Room podcast, stating the move could take place as early as
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NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE A n 81-foot-tall granite colossus, the National Monument to the Forefathers, sits on an ordinary side street in Plymouth, Mass. If not for a few faded signs, you wouldn’t even be aware you were approaching it. Then, suddenly, it springs into view: A giant statue of a woman, “Faith,” standing atop a
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A top Iranian nuclear scientist, believed by the Israeli government to be the mastermind directing Iran’s nuclear weapons program in the early 2000s, was killed in a targeted attack Friday outside of Tehran, according to multiple reports, citing Iranian state media. Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Friday said the killing of scientist Mohsen
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On Substack, Washington Examiner media writer T. Becket Adams looks ahead to the “big media sleep” under Biden. Just the quotes from Politico offer plenty of proof.  “This administration will be of the Georgetown dinner variety,” ooze Politico Playbook duo Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman. “A return to briefing books and policymaking by political professionals who aren’t likely
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Top Georgia Republicans are fighting to hold their coalition together in the lead-up to January’s runoff Senate elections after some prominent activists backing President Donald Trump have started raising their voices, publicly calling on voters to boycott the races. Over the weekend, pro-Trump lawyer L. Lin Wood posted a series of tweets alleging that Republican
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Friday, November 27, 2020 by: Mike Adams Tags: CIA, covert war, deep state, DoD, military, national defense, national security, Open Skies treaty, Pentagon, President Trump, secrets, Situation Update Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/478207.html (Natural News) At this very minute, a covert war is raging across the globe, pitting Trump’s DoD and DIA (Defense
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Friday, November 27, 2020 by: Mike Adams Tags: conventional warfare, cyber warfare, deep state, DIA, election fraud, Information Warfare, Jeffrey Prather, JSOC, military intelligence, President Trump, shadow government, SOCOM, Special Forces, treason, vote fraud, White House Bypass censorship by sharing this link: https://www.distributednews.com/478094.html (Natural News) Jeffrey Prather (JeffreyPrather.com) is a former DIA intelligence analyst, former
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(Natural News) Loads of bombshells in this interview. Full video embedded below the transcript. Originally aired Nov. 23, 2020. Covers HAMR (HAMMER), Scorecard, election theft, military intelligence, cyber warfare and more. Link to the full interview on Brighteon.com:Brighteon.com/d8e20604-ca0b-40bd-9d9a-deb91c839a6d General Mclnerney Interview with Brannon Howse, via WorldViewRadio.com Transcript Brannon Howse: All right, folks, three-star General McInerney
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An 81-foot-tall granite colossus, the National Monument to the Forefathers, sits on an ordinary side street in Plymouth, Mass. If not for a few faded signs, you wouldn’t even be aware you were approaching it. Then, suddenly, it springs into view: A giant statue of a woman, “Faith,” standing atop a pedestal … Read More
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Joe Biden came out with his first Cabinet picks before Thanksgiving, and the media were falling all over themselves with compliments. Oh, they were all so thoroughly professional, deeply experienced, and manifestly competent. They even tried to suggest with a straight face that this warmed-over pile of Obama administration appointees were “not going to be
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A patron holds an iced beverage at a Starbucks coffee store in Pasadena, Calif., July 25, 2013. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters) This holiday season, ignore the ‘buy-small/buy-local’ nonsense. It’s the boss-bossiest time of the year, when Americans getting ready to open up their wallets to buy Christmas presents are lectured by illiterate halfwits about where and how
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Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden greets workers during a campaign stop at the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Mack Assembly plant in Detroit, Mich., March 10, 2020. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) Despite his labor-left agenda, Biden did not do especially well with organized labor. Although Joe Biden won a majority of votes cast by labor-union members, available data suggest
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(artiemedvedev/Getty Images) We should be cheerful, useful, modest, and patient, and ever mindful of those gifts and blessings that we could not possibly hope to deserve. My mother always enjoyed making Thanksgiving dinner. She took a traditional Southern woman’s pride in being a good cook, following her mother’s recipes, and my family made a rare
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Happy Thanksgiving! Normally, I try to find a presidential message that captures the essence of Thanksgiving, either in terms of faith or in terms of public virtue. However, this year has had so many challenges and so much stress that the usual reflections on gratitude and grace simply don’t seem to fit. Many families that
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