October 22, 2018

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Six Billionaires Have Been Kidnapped in Africa So Far this Year

Six Billionaires Have Been Kidnapped in Africa So Far this Year

Tanzania: Mohammed Dewji, 43, Africa's youngest billionaire, was recently kidnapped and then returned 9 days later - it is unknown if ransom was paid for his return. Kidnappings for ransom of wealthy businessmen is a growing problem, with most of the crimes taking place in South Africa.
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Los Angeles: Skid Row Declared a ‘Typhus Zone’ But Politicians Are Slow to Implement Clean Up

Los Angeles: Skid Row Declared a ‘Typhus Zone’ But Politicians Are Slow to Implement Clean Up

Mayor Eric Garcetti pledged $300,000 in funding to pick up trash and sanitize affected areas, including parts of Skid Row, but the plan has not been implemented - the City is not even power-washing or sanitizing this extended area where cases of typhus were found.
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Texas Democratic Party Under Investigation After Sending Voting Applications to Non-Citizens

Texas Democratic Party Under Investigation After Sending Voting Applications to Non-Citizens

Additionally, the Texas Secretary of State’s office says it had received complaints from immigrants and relatives of dead people who say they received mailed letters asking them to register.
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FBI Raids Puerto Rican Government Offices on Accusations of Corruption

FBI Raids Puerto Rican Government Offices on Accusations of Corruption

San Juan, Puerto Rico: The FBI raided local government offices, in an investigation into fraud involving the city's purchasing division and a $4.7 million deal with construction company BR Solutions.
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President Trump Signs Memorandum that Could Save Farms and Stop by Man-Made Droughts in California

President Trump Signs Memorandum that Could Save Farms and Stop by Man-Made Droughts in California

The memorandum combats burdensome regulations caused by lawsuits from environmental extremists that have severely cut water supplies to farmers, caused man-made droughts, and flushed billions of gallons of fresh water out to the ocean for "environmental" purposes. 
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100 ISIS Terrorists and 1000 Gangbangers Caught in Guatemala as Migrant Caravan of Military-Age Males Marches to US

100 ISIS Terrorists and 1000 Gangbangers Caught in Guatemala as Migrant Caravan of Military-Age Males Marches to US

Guatemala apprehended 100 ISIS terrorists and captured more than 1,000 gangbangers, including members of the vicious MS-13 gang, just as the caravan of migrants is pushing its way to the US border. The caravan is full of military-aged males.
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The Caravan of Invaders on the Move from Central America Is Growing Whhile Politicians Use Them to Bolster Their Base

The Caravan of Invaders on the Move from Central America Is Growing Whhile Politicians Use Them to Bolster Their Base

Democratic and Republican politicians benefit from the migration crisis because it riles up and unites each of their bases, which are polarized, in a classic left/ right paradigm.
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Saudi Arabia: Fallout from Suspected Murder of Journalist Complicates US – Saudi Finances

Saudi Arabia: Fallout from Suspected Murder of Journalist Complicates US – Saudi Finances

The media has ignored Saudi Arabia for many years, including its involvement in 9/11, Saudi funding of ISIS in Syria, and the disastrous war against Yemen initiated by Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) who received an award from the CIA.
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Facebook Deleted Disabled Veteran’s Page Without Warning – After Collecting $300,000 in Advertising Fees

Facebook Deleted Disabled Veteran’s Page Without Warning – After Collecting $300,000 in Advertising Fees

Brian Kolfage, who lost two legs and his right hand in combat while in the Air Force, was the head of the Right Wing News page on Facebook, which had more than 3 million followers and sought to put an end to social media censorship, but was ironically removed.
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Six Billionaires Have Been Kidnapped in Africa So Far this Year

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Tanzania: Mohammed Dewji, 43, Africa’s youngest billionaire, was recently kidnapped and then returned 9 days later – it is unknown if ransom was paid for his return. Kidnappings for ransom of wealthy businessmen is a growing problem, with most of the crimes taking place in South Africa.

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A popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance. And a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.”

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Need to Know is as serious as it gets, but laughter is good for the soul and helps maintain sanity amid the chaos. 

 

A cowboy walks into a bar, orders three mugs of beer, and drinks them by taking sips out of each one in turn. When he orders three more, the bartender says: “You know, a mug goes flat after I draw it, and it would taste better if you bought one at a time.” The cowboy says: “I have two brothers. One is an Airborne Ranger, the other is a Navy Seal, both now serving overseas. When we all left our home, we promised we’d drink this way to remember the days when we drank together. So I’m drinking one beer for each of my brothers and one for myself.” The cowboy becomes a regular in the bar and always drinks the same way but, one day, he only orders two mugs. All the regulars fall silent, and the bartender says: “I don’t want to intrude on your grief, but I just want to offer my condolences on your loss.” The cowboy laughs and says: “No, it’s not that. Everybody’s fine. It’s just that, last Sunday, my wife and I joined the 1st Baptist Church, and I had to quit drinking. Hasn’t affected my brothers though.”

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James Madison
Fourth President of the United States, hailed as Father of the Constitution, 1751 – 1836

 

“A popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce or a tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance. And a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” 

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