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Assange Update

Here are some recent talks/interviews with Julian Assange. If you are interested in civil liberties, freedom now and in the future and the rise of the lower arms of The Architecture – then you ought to pay attention to what Julian has to say.   12 more words

Alien Disclosure

Ed Rendell: Trump Leads In Enthusiasm, Clinton In Organization

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Former Pennsylvania Ed Rendell assessed the state of the Presidential race ahead of Labor Day, which traditionally marks the beginning of the home stretch in the battle for the White House, and gives Donald Trump the edge in voter enthusiasm, but sees Hillary Clinton with an advantage in organization. 419 more words

Heard On

President Obama Shortens Sentences for 111 Prisoners

President Obama commuted the sentences of 111 individuals on Tuesday, meaning he has now granted early release to 673 prisoners. According to the White House, that’s more than the 10 previous presidents combined. 153 more words

Touring Washington D.C. - RV Style

Well, we finally made it to the Washington D.C. area. The roads are not very RV friendly (or large truck friendly for that matter). So prepare yourself and take an extra dose of patience before entering the greater D.C. 420 more words

RV Living

Media Orgs Donate to Clinton Foundation Then Downplay Clinton Foundation Scandal

Despite these ongoing scandals, Clinton’s close yet questionable ties to media outlets such as Google, CNN, PBS and the New York Times have seemed to pay off. 640 more words

Mediasphere

[VIDEO] Dr. K: Hillary Saying Trump Causes Bullying Is ‘National Enquirer Type Stuff’

Answering whether Clinton’s speeches accusing Donald Trump of racism will have an effect at this stage, Charles Krauthammer took aim at the excesses of Clinton’s latest attack.

Mediasphere

U.S. Will Welcome 10,000th Syrian Refugee Ahead of Schedule

The U.S. will admit its 10,000th Syrian refugee on Monday, a month ahead of the goal the Obama administration set when it sought to receive more refugees from the war-torn country. 204 more words