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Benghazi: Did the State Department change the classification of the consulate to avoid adding security?

 Today a former Homeland Security official, Todd Keil, testified in front of the Select Committee which is investigating the terrorist attack in Benghazi which left Chris Stevens, Glen Doherty, Sean Smith, and Tyrone Woods dead and he had a very interesting revelation which we had not heard before. 261 more words

Politics

Ex-Governors Urge Citizenship Test For Students

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Three former South Carolina governors are pushing for high school students to take the same test that immigrants must pass to become a U.S. 489 more words

News

Border War: Pentagon Program Sends Military Gear South - By Lauren Fox and Lindsey Cook Sept. 17, 2014 | 12:01 a.m. EDT

When unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was killed in Ferguson, Missouri, by a white police officer in August, images of cops in battle gear spraying protesters with tear gas circulated on television screens and splashed across magazine pages. 207 more words

Military

THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER is OUT of CONTROL

http://www.varight.com/news/the-southern-poverty-law-center-is-out-of-control/

But something went wrong. Today the SPLC is no longer a poverty law center. They are trying to smear and silence dissidents who dare to stand for the Constitution, question the hero worship of Lincoln, and who support national sovereignty against the UN.

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Corruption

U Of M Lab Fights Food Terrorism, Misinformation

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – They’re the food police you haven’t heard of.

Right here in the Twin Cities, researchers are working to keep our food safe from terrorism. 508 more words

News

USCIS Proposed Rule Change for H-4 Visa Holder Work Authorization

Under current regulations, DHS does not list H-4 dependents (spouses and unmarried children under 21) of H-1B Visa beneficiaries to work in the United States. By preventing H-4 spouses from working, the H-1B often experience personal and economic hardship, especially as they remain in the U.S. 211 more words

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