Monthly Archives: March, 2016

Families of US military, government workers ordered home from southern Turkey

Tuesday U.S. officials ordered families of U.S. service members and government workers to return home from southern Turkey due to what they called “continued security concerns in the region.” Sky News reported ISIS terrorists were planning an “imminent” attack on Jewish schools in Turkey, citing intelligence sources. Advertisements

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North Korea tells hungry citizens to prepare for new famine

North Korea’s state media has ordered its people to prepare “to chew the roots of plants once again,” a signal that the Kim Jong Un regime, notorious for starving its own people, could be on the verge of another famine. But yet the cocky little ruler is fat as a pig, and eating well.

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Laptop recovered in Brussels raid had images of Belgian leader’s office

An official linked to the investigation of the Brussels attacks says that a laptop found near the hideout of the suspects of the March 22 airport bombing contained images of the prime minister’s official residence and office.

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All 3 candidates back out of GOP pledge

Tuesday Trump said that he would no longer honor his pledge to support the eventual Republican nominee for president, while fellow candidates Ted Cruz and John Kasich refused to say whether they would back the party’s pick. All three GOP contenders appeared at a CNN town hall in Milwaukee one week before Wisconsin’s April 5 …

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Obama blames media for Trump’s success

Obama has said the media is partly to blame for the rise of Republican Donald Trump as a political force. No Odummer, you, and congress are to blame for the rise of Trump. Obama said it was not enough to give “someone a microphone”.

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Feds to fine schools for not following Michelle Obama’s lunch rules

The feds taking steps to fine schools that do not comply with first lady Michelle Obama’s school lunch rules. I would tell Moochelle to take her lunch program and shove it up her fat a$$. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service issued a proposed rule Monday to codify parts of the Healthy, …

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Andrew Cuomo bans all non-essential travel to N.C.

Monday N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order banning state employees from using taxpayer funds to travel to North Carolina on nonessential work.

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Supreme Court split over teachers’ dues delivers win for unions

Tuesday the Supreme Court split 4-4 on a challenge brought by public school teachers who objected to paying union dues, delivering a big win for the unions – in the first major case where the late Justice Antonin Scalia’s vote likely would have proved decisive.

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Trump threatens lawsuit over lost Louisiana delegates

Good, sue the pants off of them…politicians are so corrupt it stinks. Donald Trump threatened Sunday to sue Ted Cruz over potentially claiming more Louisiana delegates in a state he technically won.

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Georgia governor vetoes religious liberty bill amid boycott threats

In other words, he caved to the fruits and nuts. Facing threats of a massive economic boycott, Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal announced Monday he will veto a controversial religious liberty bill that critics describe as anti-gay and supporters describe as necessary to protect their religious rights.

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