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Boaring!

I spotted this article with link below from Newsweek about wild boars killing ISIS fighters.

http://www.newsweek.com/isis-fighters-iraq-killed-wild-boars-ambush-civilians-589816

Back in September, Trump hinted that he would have a great plan to defeat ISIS … 179 more words

Humor

As per a  4/26/17 Newsweek report by Graham Lanktree, “Republicans are seeking to give U.S. states the power to opt out of an Obamacare rule that prevents health insurance companies from discriminating against Americans with pre-existing conditions. 1,145 more words

Politics

It's Admirable Being Green

Saturday April 22nd brings recognition for Earth Day and celebrating caring for our amazing planet! In support of this worthy day and being impactful every day, we’d like to promote companies making a difference in manufacturing, by making a difference in environmental practices. 61 more words

Earth Day

Media’s Double Standards on Conspiracy Theories #NotNormal

By Nat Parry · Essential Opinion · April 11, 2017

After several months of pushing the “Russiagate” conspiracy theory – a wild-eyed, all-encompassing but somewhat nebulous narrative involving U.S.

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United States

During the 2016 U.S. presidential election cycle, many of us who were closely following the related news reports, were bemoaning the lack of competent investigative journalism. 444 more words

Politics

HERE'S HOW LEGION'S PRODUCTION DESIGNER BUILT THAT MIND-BENDING SET

Published on Newsweek.com Feb. 23, 2017.

To build the perfect set, Designer Michael Wylie had to make sure the audience had no idea what was real or not, just like the characters. 638 more words

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Why the GOP's blocking of Merrick Garland is its latest act of self-destruction

Donald Trump piled up delegates in Republican primary victories across the country last night, much to the consternation of top party leaders. About 12 hours later, GOP senators vowed they would not consider today’s nomination by President Obama of Judge Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, much to the delight of some top Democratic leaders. 57 more words

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