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on August 2, 2017 in World News

Ben Rhodes Emerging as ‘Person of Interest’ in House Intelligence Committee Unmasking Probe

by Kristina Wong Former Obama White House National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes is emerging as a person of interest in the House Intelligence Committee’s unmasking investigation, according to a letter obtained by Circa. The letter sent from the House intelligence committee to the National Security Agency (NSA) on Tuesday requests the number of unmaskings made by Rhodes between Jan. 1, 2016 to Jan. 20, 2017, congressional sources told Circa. The committee is requesting that the NSA deliver the information on Rhodes by August 21. Unmasking refers to the practice of having the identity of an American caught up in...

by Kristina Wong Former Obama White House National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes is emerging as a person of interest in the House Intelligence Committee’s unmasking investigation, according to a letter obtained by Circa. The letter sent from the House...

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on August 2, 2017 in World News

Mercedes-Benz Drops Foreign Construction Workers from American Auto Plant

by John Binder German car giant Mercedes-Benz dropped the importation of foreign workers to build their Vance, Alabama-based auto plant following a report on how Americans are often left behind by multinational corporations. In a CBS News investigation, as Breitbart Texas reported, researchers found that over the course of the last four years, foreign workers were brought to the states–either on the B-1 or L-1 visa–to fill construction jobs for the car manufacturing plant. The L-1 visa is for foreign workers who are employed by a multinational corporation. The workers are allowed to come to the U.S. after working...

by John Binder German car giant Mercedes-Benz dropped the importation of foreign workers to build their Vance, Alabama-based auto plant following a report on how Americans are often left behind by multinational corporations. In a CBS News investigation, as...

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on August 2, 2017 in World News

Report: ‘Potential Security Risks’ in Program That Recruited 10,000 Foreign-Born Members of U.S. Armed Forces Since 2009

by Michael Patrick Leahy Fox News reported on Tuesday that a Department of Defense (DOD) program that has recruited 10,000 foreign-born members of the U.S. Armed Forces since 2009 may have “potential security risks.” According to Fox News: After more than a year of investigation, the Pentagon’s inspector general recently issued a report – its contents still classified but its existence disclosed here for the first time – identifying serious problems with Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI), a DOD program that provides immigrants and non-immigrant aliens with an expedited path to citizenship in exchange for military service....

by Michael Patrick Leahy Fox News reported on Tuesday that a Department of Defense (DOD) program that has recruited 10,000 foreign-born members of the U.S. Armed Forces since 2009 may have “potential security risks.” According to Fox News: After...

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on August 2, 2017 in World News

Surveys Show 60 Percent Opposition to all Immigration

by Neil Munro Roughly sixty percent of surveyed respondents want to stop all legal and illegal immigration, says a pair of sophisticated polls which allowed people to speak their mind without fear of progressives’ hate. The polls of white Americans also showed that American college graduates are even more opposed to immigration than the average American, flipping the commonplace claim that people with additional years of education are more welcoming of divide-and-rule diversity than are blue-collar Americans. The little-known 2010 report also showed that almost three-of-four white liberals hide their preference for zero immigration. According to the survey, which was… View Article

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on August 2, 2017 in World News

Seattle Spent More Defending Gun-Tax Lawsuit Than It Collected in Revenue From Tax, Gun Group Claims

‘The city has essentially lost money on this scheme because now they have to pay our attorney fees, plus a small penalty’ BY: Stephen GutowskiFollow @@StephenGutowski August 2, 2017 5:00 am The city of Seattle spent more to defend a lawsuit against its gun tax than it gathered in revenue from the tax, a gun-rights group claimed on Friday. King County Superior Court Judge Lori K. Smith ruled in favor of the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) on Friday in a Public Records Act suit over Seattle’s refusal to disclose the exact amount of revenue collected through their “gun violence tax.”… View Article

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on August 1, 2017 in World News

Burkini-Clad Holidaymakers Told Islamic Swimwear ‘Not Acceptable to Portuguese Culture’

by Victoria Friedman British holiday makers wearing burkinis left a swimming pool after being told the Islamic swimwear was “not acceptable” and that they must “follow Portuguese culture”. Maryya Dean and her sister-in-law Hina claim they were told by a building security manager that they could not wear their burkinis in the swimming pool. The women were approached following complaints made by other holiday makers who share the pool at the apartment complex in Albufeira, Portugal. Ms. Dean, who was on holiday with her four children, her sister-in-law, and other relatives, told the Mirror Online: “Given my cultural background I was wearing...

by Victoria Friedman British holiday makers wearing burkinis left a swimming pool after being told the Islamic swimwear was “not acceptable” and that they must “follow Portuguese culture”. Maryya Dean and her sister-in-law Hina claim they were told by...

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on August 1, 2017 in World News

Grassroots Organization to Host ‘America First’ Rallies Nationwide in September

by Amanda House ACT for America has announced it will host a nationwide series of “America First” rallies on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The national security grassroots organization aims to show support for “common sense ‘America First’ security policies proposed by President Trump, which prioritize real protection over political correctness, and celebrate American exceptionalism.” Event organizers say these events will be held in honor of those lost during 9/11, America’s worst terrorist attack. “Our nation made a vow after 9/11/2001 to “Never Forget,” but remembrance, while a necessary debt, is not a sufficient one. We as Americans must also raise our… View Article

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on August 1, 2017 in World News

Chemotherapy found to activate cancer tumor growth mechanism in the body

MULTIPLYING cancers everywhere, usually killing the patient  by: Amy Goodrich It is considered the most effective treatment to fight cancer, but chemotherapy can do more harm than good, according to a shocking new study published in Science Translational Medicine. The extremely aggressive therapy, which kills both cancerous and healthy cells, has been found to increase the chance of cancer cells migrating to other parts of the body. When this happens, the disease is called metastatic cancer, which is the most lethal form. Chemotherapy gives people the false impression of “curing” the disease. Unfortunately, this is only half of the...

MULTIPLYING cancers everywhere, usually killing the patient  by: Amy Goodrich It is considered the most effective treatment to fight cancer, but chemotherapy can do more harm than good, according to a shocking new study published in Science Translational Medicine....

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on August 1, 2017 in World News

Giving away free air? You’re nicked!

As a bike shop is threatened with a fine for leaving a pump outside, RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says it’s another example of the advance of Britain’s punishment culture By Richard Littlejohn This time last week it was a five-year-old girl reduced to tears after being handed a £150 fine for selling lemonade without a licence from a stall outside a music festival in East London. Following a formal complaint from the girl’s father and a healthy dollop of what’s known in the trade as ‘adverse publicity’, Tower Hamlets Council apologised and rescinded the fixed penalty, promising that something like this...

As a bike shop is threatened with a fine for leaving a pump outside, RICHARD LITTLEJOHN says it’s another example of the advance of Britain’s punishment culture By Richard Littlejohn This time last week it was a five-year-old girl...

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on August 1, 2017 in World News

Chicago Records 402nd Murder This Year, On Track to Outpace 2016

What a delightful place to call home. by Trey Sanchez Chicago has recorded its 402nd murder for the year and that means the city is on track to outpace 2016’s record fatalities. In July alone, there were 74 people murdered and 410 total shooting victims across 321 sooting incidents. Not included in any of these numbers are shootings on area expressways, according to NBC 5. So, add 25 more shootings that have been reported on Chicago expressways, which also injured at least six people. Chicago PD reports that shootings on the whole are actually down 13% over last year...

What a delightful place to call home. by Trey Sanchez Chicago has recorded its 402nd murder for the year and that means the city is on track to outpace 2016’s record fatalities. In July alone, there were 74 people...

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