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    C-Net's Proposed Law: Unmask Mystery Webmasters
    A few months back we explained that there were problems with the M. J. Young Net website which meant that certain older articles were sporadically unavailable, and that to remedy that situation those would be reproduced, in serialized format, here...
  • ISIS is losing
    Follow the logic: 'Not losing against ISIS'
    This week’s news headlined President Obama’s position that the U.S. is not losing against ISIS, even while large chunks of Iraq and Syria have fallen to the terrorists. How does one reconcile the facts with the President’s...
  • Clinton's campaign announced her official launch event
    Hillary Clinton's official campaign launch event set for June 13, joins LinkedIn
    Democratic presidential candidate and frontrunner Hillary Clinton had a big day on social media on Thursday, May 21, 2015. First, Clinton joined the job search site LinkedIn posting her profile and articles about her commitment to small business...
  • Benghazi emails
    Clinton's Benghazi emails begin rolling out
    State Department officials on Thursday have begun rolling out dozens of Hillary Clinton’s emails discussing her team’s exchange of information follow the moments after the Benghazi attacks as well as her relationship with controversial...
  • Rand Paul filibustered for over 10 hours against extending the Patriot Act
    Rand Paul filibusters for 10 hrs against Patriot Act, McConnell schedules vote
    Kentucky Senator and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul could not break his own 2013 filibuster record, but he tried. On Wednesday afternoon May 20, 2015 at 1:18 p.m. Paul took to the Senate floor to give what was labeled a...
  • Rand Paul filibuster
    Radically ridiculous Rand Paul
    May his candidacy rest in peace. Rand Paul lives in a “Paul” bubble that was created by his dad. It is a ball of ego intertwined with radical notions and paranoia that seems to satisfy some fantasy of theirs. If they listened to what...
  • The Senate reluctantly votes to advance the fast track trade bill
    Senate votes to advance fast track trade bill
    The Senate is making progress on the fast track trade bill before the one-week Memorial Day recess and are now on track to passing the bill and sending it to the House of Representatives. The Senate voted 62 to 38 to end the debate and invoke...
  • Susan Rice
    UN Ambassador Susan Rice politicized Benghazi
    Blame for misrepresenting the Benghazi story rests with Susan Rice is a conclusion one might draw from today’s report from Fox News quoting from the New York Times.First, Clinton’s advisor Sidney Blumenthal memoed the Secretary that Al...
  • Camp Leatherneck
    SIGAR report reveals DOD wasted $36M on unwanted Afghan base
    The U.S. Department of Defense was cited on Wednesday for wasting nearly $36 million in taxpayer funds building a military base in Afghanistan that was unwanted, unneeded, and unused, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan...
  • Iraqi forces try to hold onto strategic assets
    What are the chances of there being an Iraq next year?
    Pundit, Paul Begala was pretty cavalier this morning on CNN while speaking about Iraq and the Middle East. He believes that most Americans have no desire whatsoever for putting troops back into Iraq, or for engaging in Syria. He said, after all,...
  • USAF X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle
    USAF launches X-37B: cutting edge of space technology or obsolete cover program
    Yesterday, the USAF launched the fourth mission of its unmanned X-37B, which looks like a miniature space shuttle, from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. During the X-37B’s last mission it stayed in orbit for a record 674 days performing...
  • Deepwater Horizon
    Transocean reaches $211M settlement with BP
    Transocean, the oil company who operated the Deepwater Horizon during the 2010 Gulf Water oil spill. They announced the settlement on Wednesday. Deepwater Horizon exploded in the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010; eleven people died in the blast....
  • Obama called climate change a risk to national security
    Obama calls climate change a risk to national security needing urgent solutions
    Delivering the commencement address for the US Coast Guard Academy's class of 2015 on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 in New London, Connecticut President Barack Obama called climate change a risk to national security. According to the president it is...
  • Bernie Sanders unveiled legislation making tution free at public universities
    Bernie Sanders introduces bill making state university college tuition free
    Vermont Senator and 2016 Democratic Candidate Bernie Sanders has introduced legislation to make university tuition free and available to all students who want to attend. Sanders introduced the "College for All Act" aimed at making...
  • Palmyra
    Emergency call to the UN to rescue antiquity
    The United Nations and the Arab League organizations are entities with responsibility on their hands to what happens to historic artifacts in the Middle East resulting from radical Islamic extremists who are armed with malicious intent to destroy...
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