By Michael Maharrey TOPEKA, Kan. (May 22, 2019) – Last week, Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly signed a bill exempting gold and silver bullion, and other…
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It’s happened to all of us. When faced with overwhelming odds, sometimes the pressure builds to just give up, or fall back on the path of least resistance. However, for one 17-year-old high school valedictorian, defeat was simply not an option. And despite facing odds that might be debilitating for anyone else, this young high […]
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By B.N. Frank It was bizarre enough when the New York Times and other telecom proponents blamed Russia for American opposition to 5G. This Tucker…
For the past few months, News2Share editor-in-chief Ford Fischer has had a presence on Minds.com, a new social media platform based on blockchain technology, free …
(CD) – As the White House continues to defy congressional Democrats’ requests for President Donald Trump’s federal tax returns, the New York state Assembly on Wednesday passed legislation that would make six years of Trump’s sta…
While the U.S. likes to characterize its regime-change efforts in Venezuela as humanitarian in nature, the targeting of officials involved in a program that so many ordinary Venezuelans rely on reveals that the U.S. aims to install opposition leader Juan Guaido by any means necessary.
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Despite the endless hype and political wrangling, the Trump administration has only managed to put up 1.7 miles of fencing along the Mexican border using the $1.57 billion allocated to the project by Congress, according to a letter filed Tuesday in federal court. The information was provided to U.S. Judge Haywood Gillam in Oakland, California, […]
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The fact is that such naked gushing over all that lethal Pentagon hardware is perfectly okay from someone with Helene Cooper’s racial/gender/national profile. It’s amazing what you can say if you’re only diverse enough.
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While the U.S. contends that “all options are on the table,” the media is starting to take notice of Guaido’s repeated failures.
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Police in Connecticut have partnered with a fugitive in an unconventional way in an effort to get the man to surrender. The fugitive, 29-year-old Jose Simms, has agreed to surrender to Torrington police if his wanted poster shared Wednesday morning by police on Facebook, receives 15,000 likes. Simms, who has seven arrest warrants, is believed […]
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