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Richard Corriere's "In Their Own Words." Donald Trump: Immigration #3

Richard Corriere’s “In Their Own Words.” Donald Trump: Immigration #3

Once that’s done, we have a situation that is going to be done immediately, before that’s done. 70 more words

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The Ministry of Truth Wants MORE CONTROL Over Your Mind

Matt Drudge (of the Drudge Report) may just have the best independent news web site on Earth, linking to many meaningful stories the mainstream news refuses to emphasize.  119 more words

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Richard Corriere's "In Their Own Words." Bernie Sanders on Immigration Makes People Poorer

Richard Corriere’s “In Their Own Words.”  Bernie Sanders on Immigration Makes People Poorer

“It would make everybody in America poorer —you’re doing away with the concept of a nation state, and I don’t think there’s any country in the world that believes in that. 103 more words

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[VIDEO] Media Propping Up ‘Old and Sick’ Hillary: Full Alex Jones Matt Drudge Interview

Elliot Smilowitz reports: Media kingpin Matt Drudge on Tuesday railed against Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s health and her politics, saying he was worried the nation would end up “with Hillary’s brain in the Oval Office in a jar.” 219 more words


Richard Corriere's "In their own words." Hillary Clinton on Immigration 2

Richard Corriere’s “In their own words.”   Hillary Clinton on Immigration 2

Hillary Clinton On: Immigration #2

“I will fight for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship for you and for your families across our country,” she said. 83 more words

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Matt Drudge Visits the Alex Jones Show

Reclusive Matt Drudge breaks down the biggest contemporary issues with incisive insight that only he can bring in this discussion with Alex Jones.

VIDEO: Matt Drudge with Alex Jones "The media is trying to put us to sleep"

In this exclusive interview with Alex Jones on Info Wars, Matt Drudge warns Americans, and the world, about the end of the internet.

Early on in the video, Drudge begs the question ‘what’s the difference between a slate.com, a salon, a buzzfeed, or a huff? 123 more words