Monthly Archives: November, 2016

Chicago tries again with plastic bag tax

The city of Chicago taken has it upon themselves to wage a war on plastic bags under the guise of environmentalism. But, as many have continued to discover, plastic bags are not the scourge they imagine, and their nanny policies continue to fail. Advertisements

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Trump takes heat for wanting to outlaw flag burning — but Clinton wanted the same in 2005

Tuesday Donald Trump came under heavy criticism after calling for the criminalization of burning the American flag, with critics gasping that the president-elect’s words represent a threat to the First Amendment. However, Trump’s suggestions are similar to a bill pushed in the Senate in 2005 that would criminalize flag burning – a bill that was co-sponsored by …

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Ohio State attacker praised ex-Al Qaeda leader as ‘hero’ online, sources say

The man who plowed a car into a crowd at Ohio State University before stabbing several pedestrians with a butcher knife on Monday is said to have referred to American-born Al Qaeda cleric Anwar al-Awlaki as a “hero” on his social media accounts.

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Trump nominates Rep. Tom Price for HHS secretary

Tuesday Donald Trump announced the nomination of Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., to head the Department of Health and Human Services. Price will play a central role in Republican efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Trump has pledged to move quickly on overhauling his predecessor’s signature measure, but has been vague about what he hopes to see in …

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Nick Cannon says Planned Parenthood engaging in ‘modern day eugenics’

This guy will be on the Hollyweird shit list before long. Nick Cannon spoke out against Planned Parenthood, saying the reproductive health organization promotes “population control.”

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Endangered Dems Willing to Work With Trump, GOP

Vulnerable Senate Democrats, who could be facing tough reelection campaigns in 2018, are now signaling their willingness to work with President-elect Donald Trump and Republicans.

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Trump threatens to terminate US-Cuba deal

Donald Trump has said he will “terminate” the deal between the US and Cuba if the Cuban government does not improve the deal on offer.  Obama has worked to improve relations with the communist government in Havana, culminating in his historic visit in March 2016.

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Trump back to business as recount distractions loom large

Monday President-elect Donald Trump will be back in the saddle in New York as he looks to decide who will fill the integral appointments in his Cabinet as concerns about a possible secretary of state choice rise and the distraction of a recount vote in Wisconsin, and possibly other key battleground states, set to press on.

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Veterans protest at Massachusetts college that removed US flags

About 1,000 veterans gathered at a western Massachusetts college Sunday to protest the school’s decision to stop flying all flags, including U.S. flags, after students allegedly burned a flag in protest of Donald Trump’s election victory.

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Israeli military kills 4 ISIS militants after ambush

Israeli aircraft struck a machine gun-mounted vehicle inside Syria Sunday, killing ISIS militants inside after they had opened fire on a military patrol on the Israeli side of the Golan Heights, the Israeli military said.

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