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Pentagon waste kills more Americans than terrorism!

From CNBC here:

A Defense Department study that proposed cutting $125 billion in administrative waste from the Pentagon budget was buried amid concerns the findings would give Congress an excuse to further slash defense spending, the Washington Post reported on Monday.

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So Obama can't pardon Snowden?

From here:

Article II, Section 2 of the United States Constitution says that the President “shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment.” Allow me to quote from that earlier post:

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So the terrified cop killing unarmed African American men still works

From CBS News here:

Slager took the stand and testified that Scott wrestled with him and grabbed his Taser and came at him with it.

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Pro-DAPL pipeline folks issuing forth horseshit!

From CNBC here:

North Dakota’s leaders criticized the decision, with Gov. Jack Dalrymple calling it a “serious mistake” that “prolongs the dangerous situation” of having several hundred protesters who are camped out on federal land during cold, wintry weather.

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Dems are kinda progressive until it comes to a Muslim head of DNC

From the Intercept here:

Ever since he announced his candidacy to lead the Democratic National Committee, Keith Ellison, the first American Muslim elected to the U.S.

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There goes Wall Street's honeymoon with El Trumpo!

From the Daily Beast here:

In a series of tweets early Sunday morning, President-elect Donald Trump warned U.S. companies that ship jobs overseas that they would face a 35 percent tariff.

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New Treasury Sec. is a double victimizer just like his boss, President GropeNutz!

From here:

IndyMac was one of the most notorious fraudulent lenders in America. It specialized in making liar’s loans – and again, I want to emphasize that there’s testimony in front of the Federal Reserve by the top attorney generals, state attorney generals, who investigated these kinds of frauds.

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