Monthly Archives: November, 2015

Heroin epidemic seizes bipartisan attention in 2016 race

America’s heroin crisis has risen to levels that are demanding attention on the 2016 campaign trail as candidates from both sides of the aisle call for action, particularly in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire where heroin overdoses have soared. Advertisements

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Turkey warns Putin not to ‘play with fire’

Friday Turkey’s president Tayyip Erdogan on warned Putin not to “play with fire” as their war of words continued to escalate over the downing of a jet. Erdogan added he does not want to harm relations with Moscow and hopes to meet the Russian President at a climate conference in Paris next week, Reuters reported.

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Russia ‘plans sanctions’ against Turkey over jet downing

Why not? If the western nations can do that to Russia, so can they. Russia is preparing wide-ranging economic sanctions against Turkey over the downing of one of its jets on the Turkey-Syria border. Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said the measures would be drafted within days, and could hit joint investment plans.

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Dad demands abortion after surrogate learns she’s having triplets

He must be a liberal to make such a demand. Besides, the idiot should have realized the possibility of triplets, and that this was a big job raising 3 at once. A man who paid a surrogate to have his baby became overwhelmed when he learned she was having triplets — and demanded the woman …

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Russia deploys missiles in Syria after Turkey shoots down bomber

Thursday, Russia deployed long-range air defense missiles at its air base in Syria in a rapid response to the downing of one of its bombers by a Turkish warplane.

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Obama administration tells states they can’t refuse Syrian refugees

Odummer is threatening states over the Syrian refugee crisis Wednesday, telling them in a letter they do not have legal authority to refuse the refugees, and states that do not comply may be subject to enforcement action. Who cares what he thinks?

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Outrage as military vehicles, equipment taken from officers in wake of Obama order

Odummer is at it again…he has ordered military equipment yanked from law enforcement agencies across the country in the wake of the president’s post-Ferguson order — as sheriffs and lawmakers tell FoxNews.com the equipment is needed, and losing it could put officers and the communities they serve in danger.

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Russia beefs up military assets in Syria in response to Turkey’s downing of jet

Russia ramped up the threat of a military confrontation between Turkey and Moscow Wednesday – a day after a Russian warplane was shot down by Turkey – by announcing that a state-of-the-art air defense missile system will be deployed at a Russian air base in Syria and that all its bombers will now be escorted …

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Grassley presses State Department over shutdown prostitution investigation

Monday Sen Grassley pressed the State Department on why an internal investigation into whether an ambassador solicited prostitutes in Belgium was seemingly shut down by Hillary Clinton’s top staff in 2011. Grassley demanded to know why Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s former chief of staff, was one of only two officials permitted to interview the Belgian ambassador …

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DOD says US misidentified target in striking charity’s Afghan hospital

Wednesday a top Administraton official acknowledged that “human error” was to blame for a U.S. warplane’s fatal strike on a charity hospital in Afghanistan last month, as the official military investigation determined the crew confused the hospital for another building several hundred yards away.

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