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Breaking => U.S. Supreme Court Reinstates President Trump’s Travel Ban: Over Rules California 9th. Circuit Court Of Appeals

In a one-sentence order  issued Tuesday afternoon, the US Supreme Court blocked a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling in the matter of Trump v. Hawaii, thereby allowing the administration’s travel ban to go into effect. The unsigned order from the court grants a request from the Trump administration to stay the decision of the Ninth Circuit […]

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Male Prostitute Found Murdered At Home Of Hillary Clinton Aide

A young male escort has been found murdered at the West Hollywood home of a prominent Hillary Clinton aide. Gemmel Moore worked as a gay prostitute to the elite, including his regular client and major Clinton donor, Ed Buck. Moore was found dead in Buck’s home on July 27th, with investigators ruling his death as “accidental.” […]

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Five Reasons Why America Is About To Become A Very Conservative Country

For generations, we’ve seen the political landscape in this country teeter back and forth between the Left and the Right. Usually about every 8 years or so, whichever political party is dominating Congress, the Executive Branch, and the state legislatures, is kicked out by voters and replaced with the other political party. However, there’s something […]

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Rasmussen Poll Reveals Silent U.S. Majority Approves Of President Trump’s Immigration Ban

While vocal, and often violent, disaffected Hillary protesters may get a lot of media attention, a new Rasmussen poll out today reveals that the silent majority of Americans, men and women who don’t have time to protest 24 hours a day because they actually go to work to provide for their families, support Trump’s temporary […]

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Hungary Rejects EU Referendum: Italy Is Next ~ December 4th. 2016

Hungary Validly Rejects EU Referendum With More Votes Than It Took To Join The EU: Italy Is Next ~ “Italeave” Referendum Vote Is Scheduled On December 4th. 2016 Hungary PM Victor Orban hails referendum result as ‘outstanding’ “Thirteen years after a large majority of Hungarians voted at a referendum to join the European Union, today Hungarians […]

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