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Sen. Landrieu: South "not always friendliest" for blacks

NEW ORLEANS (WGNO)–With less than a week to go before the 2014 election, Sen. Mary Landrieu has started a firestorm here in Louisiana.

Thursday, during an interview with NBC News, the senator was quoted as saying the South “has not always been the friendliest place for African-Americans,” tying President Obama’s low approval numbers to race. 151 more words

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The Lightening-Fast Reflexes of the Obama Regime

- By Frank Salvato -

The Obama Administration’s Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, announced October 28th that his agency has raised the security level… 813 more words

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Obama Campaigns in Maine, Away From the Spotlight

Five days before voters go to the polls to determine the outcome of the Senate, President Barack Obama was in the 41st most populated state wading into a contentious three-way race for governor. 485 more words

'Ebola' Coffee Cup Puts Plane On Lockdown at Dublin Airport!

DRTOA – The ‘terrorists’ have officially won. Now a cup with ‘a word’ has brought an entire airport to its knees! no guns, no bombs, not even an illegal action! 11 more words

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Pres. Obama arrives in RI ahead of RIC event

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — President Barack Obama arrived in Rhode Island Thursday night ahead of a speaking event at Rhode Island College.

Air Force One touched down at T.F. 236 more words

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Nobel Prize winner: Ebola can be spread by people who show no symptoms

by J. D. Heyes, Natural News:

Nearly 15 years ago, European and African scientists knew that the Ebola virus could infect a person without them knowing about it, meaning they can walk around with the virus in their system and never show any symptoms. 99 more words

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GOP lawsuit takes another hit

That much-hyped lawsuit that congressional Republicans planned to file against President Obama has taken another body blow.

Imagine that.

A second law firm has backed out, apparently succumbing to pressure from Democratic groups. 212 more words

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