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James Thompson may be the beginning of the end for a Republican-led Kansas

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James Thompson shook up the entire Republican Party in a special election for the 4th Congressional District in the State of Kansas Ron Estes won the election with 52.5 percent of the vote compared to Thompson’s 45.7 percent The Republican Party made a last minute donation of $120,000 for a smear campaign against Thompson President…

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Drums of World War Beat Louder as Russia, Iran Warn US Against Aggression in Syria

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The U.S. retaliated against Syria for an deadly alleged chemical weapons attack approved by President Bashar al-Assad. Russia warned Washington is now ‘a step away from war.’ Tehran and Moscow have demanded an independent probe into the alleged assault. Mainstream media parroted the official narrative without demanding proof. As the United States leaps haplessly closer…

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Hypocrisy of War: US Airstrikes on Syria Killed Four Children

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U.S. airstrikes in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack killed four children. Nine non-combatant civilians and six Syrian troops were reported casualties. That President Bashar al-Assad carried out the attack hasn’t been proven. Escalating the conflict will result in more deaths, not help the Syrian people. (TFTP) What better way to send a message that terrorist acts…

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America bombs Syria on the 100th anniversary of declaring war on Germany beginning World War I

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America bombs Syria on the 100-year anniversary of the day war was declared against Germany starting World War I Two American warships in the Mediterranean Sea fired 59 Tomahawk missiles at the Sha’irat air base The attack was a response to a chemical attack that happened in Idlib on Tuesday At least 20 of Syrian President…

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Jeff Sessions Versus Legal Cannabis: What Everyone Needs to Know Now

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has contradicted himself on cannabis policy He’s called cannabis “only slightly less awful” than heroin. A bigger industry than the dot-com era hangs in the balance. Sessions’ fondness for the drug war could again fill courts and prisons. Judging by headlines over the past months, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the…

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North Dakota Water Protectors face trumped up charges from Morton County

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Law enforcement in Morton County made over 700 arrests since last September First signs of Morton County’s inability to handle the legal proceedings for mass arrests are beginning to show Those arrested were given numbers that were written on their arm with marker Angie Spencer uploaded two pictures to her Facebook account that shows her…

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Representative Luis Gutierrez handcuffed by federal police at ICE headquarters

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Representative Luis Gutierrez was handcuffed after refusing to leave a meeting with ICE officials on Monday afternoon Gutierrez led the sit-in that began after a 10:00 am meeting Gutierrez was briefly handcuffed and threatened with arrest for refusing to leave In February Gutierrez was barred from entering a meeting with ICE Director Thomas Homan Illinois Representative…

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120 Investors to 17 Big Banks: Consider Reroute of DAPL or Risk Possible ‘Legal Liability’

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Investors representing billions urged 17 Big Banks to appease the Tribe Treaty violations and excessive force against water protectors concerned the investors. They point out a number of banks have already pulled assets from DAPL. Lake Oahe is rightfully Sioux land, they emphasized, and DAPL should be rerouted. A group of more than 120 investors,…

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BREAKING: Federal Judge Denies Request to Halt Drilling on the Dakota Access Pipeline

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A request from the tribes challenging President Trump’s executive order has been denied Water protectors remain committed to fighting DAPL Drilling continues under Lake Oahe The DAPL Last Stand could be the only thing left to stop the pipeline A federal judge has rejected a request from the Standing Rock Sioux and Cheyenne River Sioux…

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Trump: ‘Nobody Showed Up to Fight’ DAPL, Which Apparently ‘Isn’t Controversial,’ Anyway

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Trump claims ‘nobody showed up to fight’ the Dakota Access Pipeline. The president blithely ignores months of protests and violent attacks by police. He says he hasn’t received one phone call about controversial executive actions. Construction on DAPL will likely resume in a matter of hours. In an apparent pattern of ignoring facts, President Donald…

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