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Trump Slams NATO, Floats Russia Nuke Deal in European Interview

Donald Trump called NATO obsolete, predicted that other European Union members would follow the U.K. in leaving the bloc, and threatened BMW with import duties over a planned plant in Mexico, according to two European newspapers which conducted a joint interview with the president-elect. Trump, in an hourlong discussion with Germany’s Bild and the Times

How Marijuana Could Be Trump’s Political-Vice

Bryan Crabtree, Twenty-six states, including the District of Columbia, have legalized marijuana in some form. Seven states have laws that legalize marijuana for recreational use. This includes California, Massachusetts and Nevada who passed referenda in the 2016 election cycle.  Last week, 20 marijuana activist snuck through security in the capital with enough marijuana to roll

Our president desperately needs an ObamaCare reality check

Sen. Tom Cotton, When President Obama and Congressional Democrats rammed ObamaCare through Congress in a series of late night votes, the majority of Americans were rightly skeptical of the law. At the time, President Obama claimed the law was the answer to our health care problems and that skeptics would be proven wrong. And for

Phyllis Schlafly: Chinese Crowding Our College Campuses

High school seniors are eagerly watching their mail this month, hoping for the “fat envelope” indicating acceptance by the college of their choice. Unfortunately, more American students are receiving the “thin envelope” because college acceptance rates are continuing their decade-long decline. The most selective public colleges, such as UCLA and Michigan, now take one out

Isla Vista Eyewitnesses: Two Shooters Involved in UCSB Massacre

Memory Hole Updated 5/29/14, : SB Police dispatch audio indicates “two suspects in custody with gunshot wounds.” Frequently initial eyewitness accounts of violent crime scenes prove especially helpful for independent researchers to piece together what actually may have transpired. For example, in the aftermath of the major political assassinations of the late 1960s, the Oklahoma

Raw Video Update U.C. Rampage mirrors threats made on YouTube video

 The gunman fired for 10 minutes in streets where university students were walking, biking and skateboarding in the beach community near Santa Barbara, picking off people one by one in a deadly rampage that chillingly mirrored threats made on a YouTube video posted that same night. Seven people were killed in all, including the shooter.