#254276
The nuclear talks have often seemed to focus on centrifuges, but the key to compliance is an ironclad monitoring regime, and it is proving elusive
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A marriage controversy causes ire in Ireland.
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Sorry John Holdren, but a new study found that global warming is not going to cause more extreme winter storms. Scientists at ETH Zurich and the California Institute of Technology found that “[a]
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When lawmakers don't even know how many laws exist, how can citizens be expected to follow them?
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#254280

Apostolate of Death

Submitted 6 years ago by ActRight Community

On November 1, after posting a Facebook message stating, “Today is the day I have chosen to pass away with dignity in the face of my . . . .
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#254281
Following a similar shocking video at Cornell University released by James O'Keefe last week, Barry University officials in Florida also sanction a pro-ISIS ...
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#254282
It was Earth Hour on Saturday. I know, I know, you probably missed it too. All around the world smug weather-worriers dimmed their lights, lit a candle and said a little prayer for the planet as everyone else just got
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#254283
Television producer Rob Long sat down with Variety's PopPolitics radio show this week to offer up a number of theories as to why the entertainment industry--and Hollywood in general--is overwhelmingly liberal, and what the Republican Party can do to make headway among the Tinseltown crowd.
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Subscribe to the Real Time YouTube: http://itsh.bo/10r5A1B In his editorial New Rule, Bill Maher calls on liberals to stop attacking people who agree with th...
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By Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A third of Republicans believe President Barack Obama poses an imminent threat to the United States, outranking concerns about Russian President Vladimir
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Not even a lifeline could have helped her . . . There was a telling moment on today's Morning Joe when Joe Scarborough challenged April Ryan of American Urban Radio Networks to cite some of President Obama's foreign-policy successes. Ryan was reduced to replying "that's kind of tough. Hmm, that's a tough one . . . I have to really ponder that."    
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#254287
By David Alexander ABINGTON, Pa. (Reuters) - The U.S. military faces a challenge recruiting people with the high-tech skills it needs for the future as those who joined after the Sep. 11, 2001 attacks leave the service and the U.S. economy creates more jobs, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Monday.
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#254288
Many people don't understand the seriousness of the Bergdahl charges, and even fewer understand the appropriateness of the maximum penalty. ...
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#254289
Another Clinton presidency means new opportunities for scandal.
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#254290
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a dire warning Sunday about a possible nuclear accord with Iran as talks in Switzerland towards the outline of a deal intensified days before a deadline. He said the "Iran-Lausanne-Yemen axis" was "dangerous for all of humanity" and that combined with Tehran's regional influence, a nuclear deal could allow Iran to "conquer" the Middle East. Israel, widely assumed to have nuclear weapons itself, is concerned that a deal that six powers are trying to agree the contours of by midnight on March 31 will fail to stop Iran from getting the bomb. Iran, hit hard by international sanctions, denies wanting nuclear weapons and insists that its atomic programme is purely for peaceful purposes.
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#254291
House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has a solution for the GOP’s presidential election woes — double-down on conservatism. The Louisiana Republican is hoping the party avoids nominating a moderate in 2016, noting that candidates from the GOP’s center have failed to win the White House during the last two elections. Scalise thinks this...
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#254292
Liberals against Religious Liberty in Indiana -
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#254293
Here's a viral video that deserves a round of applause.
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#254294
The Political Spectrum: The Path Toward Survival, an article by David R Young on Anti-Mainstream News.
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House Majority Whip Steve Scalise has a solution for the GOP’s presidential election woes — double-down on conservatism. The Louisiana Republican is hoping the party avoids nominating a moderate in 2016, noting that candidates from the GOP’s center have failed to win the White House during the last two elections. Scalise thinks this...
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#TheRefinery crew discusses the disgusting salaries certain government workers are taking in- for doing things like polishing coins and doing laundry! A fede...
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Reince Priebus blasted Hillary for permanently deleting emails.
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#254298
U.S. President Barack Obama returning to Washington from a golfing trip to Palm City, Florida, nearly slips but catches himself on the steps of Air Force One. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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#254299
The Obama administration is negotiating on behalf of Iran. Did we expect anything else?
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#254300
The federal government has signed agreements with three foreign countries — Mexico, Ecuador and the Philippines — to establish outreach programs to teach immigrants their rights to engage in labor organizing in the U.S. The agreements do not distinguish between those who entered legally or illegally. They are part of a broader effort by the National Labor Relations Board to get immigrants involved in union activism. NLRB General Counsel Richard Griffin The five-member board is the agency that enforces the National Labor Relations Act, the main federal law covering unions. In 2013, Lafe Solomon, the board's then-acting general counsel, signed a memorandum of understanding with Mexico's U.S. ambassador. The current general counsel, Richard Griffin, signed additional agreements with the ambassadors of Ecuador and the Philippines last year.
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