Monthly Archives: May 2017

Carlton Meyer says: A DEA Agent’s Life is Pointless

A DEA Agent’s Life is Pointless As Trump attempts to slash budgets, he should target the DEA. Everyone familiar with the illegal drug trade and the DEA knows that it’s budget could be cut in half and there would be … Continue reading

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Democrat threatens violence against Republican who called cops on illegal alien protesters

Today, Representative Poncho Nevarez threatened my life on the House floor after I called ICE on several illegal immigrants who held signs in the gallery which said “I am illegal and here to stay.” Several Democrats encouraged the protestors to … Continue reading

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Who killed Beranton J. Whisenant Jr.? (He was a Federal prosecutor investigating voter fraud. Coincidentally, his body was found in Debbie Wassermann Schultz’s district.)

Federal Prosecutor investigating DNC Voter Fraud It’s confirmed that he died in Wasserman Schultz’s district, and the circumstances are very, very suspicious. Head trauma, fully clothed, washed up on the beach. At least one source says he was on the … Continue reading

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The low confidence of the Murkin consumer (sung to the tune of Iron Maiden’s “Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner”)

MAY 28, 2017 by: Rana Foroohar There is a paradox at the heart of the US’s lacklustre economy these days. Consumers in America are, according to much-watched numbers like the University of Michiganconsumer survey, more “confident” than they have been … Continue reading

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Tulsi Gabbard slips past the censors to speak against banks

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