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Adam Schiff Implies That An Oklahoma City-Style Bombing Could Happen Because Of FISA Memo

California Rep. Adam Schiff suggested that an Oklahoma City-style bombing could happen due to public trust in the FBI being reduced by the House Intelligence Committee’s memo released this week. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos said, “You know, you talked about this strategy to discredit the Mueller investigation. Is it working?”

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Blowback: How a CIA-Backed Coup Led to the Rise of Iran’s Ayatollahs

Why can’t Iran have a secular, democratic government? It’s a question Americans often ask of their longstanding Middle East adversary — especially when they see images of anti-regime protesters taking to the streets of major Iranian cities and towns to demand greater freedom. Unlike citizens of the Islamic Republic, however, citizens of the United States tend to have short memories. The historical reality is that Iran did have a secular, democratic government, led by Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh between 1951 and 1953 — but Mossadegh was removed from power in a coup organized and funded by the CIA and Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, also known as MI6.

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Video: Alleged Firefight Between Downed Russian Pilot & Terrorists Surfaces

On February 3, a Russian Su-25 warplane was downed by the Tahrir Al-Sham terrorist group in Syria’s Idlib. The pilot managed to eject from the plane, but was killed during the ensuing fight with terrorists. An alleged video of the fight which appeared recently on the web purportedly shows another version of events.

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U.S. Treasury Set to Borrow Nearly $1 Trillion This Year

Don't look now, but the U.S. government needs to borrow more money at exactly the wrong moment — when interest rates are spiking.

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Israel And Egypt Form Secret Alliance To Wipe Out Egyptian Jihadists

Israel has been conducting bombing raids on jihadists within Egypt's borders since at least late 2015 as part of a secret two-year alliance. For more than two years, unmarked Israeli drones, helicopters and jets have carried out a covert air campaign, conducting more than 100 airstrikes inside Egypt, frequently more than once a week — and all with the approval of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, the NYT reported on Sunday. Once enemies in three wars, and having struggled to reach peace agreements for decades, Egypt and Israel are now (not so) secret allies against a common foe.

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Is Congress Finally Pushing Back Against Security Agencies' Over-Reach?

The last time the U.S. Congress pushed back against the Imperial Presidency and the over-reach of the nation's Security Agencies was 43 years ago, in 1975. In response to the criminal over-reach of the Imperial Presidency (Watergate) and to the criminal over-reach of the security agencies (FBI, CIA, et al.), the Church Committee finally resusitated the constitutional powers of the Congress to serve the interests of the citizenry rather than the interests of political elites and the rogue agencies of the federal government.

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Turkey Warns US Troops In Northern Syria May Be Targeted By Its Armed Forces

Last week we reported that days Turkey valiantly demanded that US forces vacate military bases in the Syrian district of Manbij, the US predictably refused, and on Monday a top American general said that US troops will not pull out from the northern Syrian city of Manbij, rebuffing Ankara demands to withdraw from the city and risking a potential confrontation between the two NATO allies. One week later, in the latest dramatic escalation between the two NATO members, Turkey's Deputy PM has warned that US troops fighting alongside Syrian Kurdish militias in the same uniform may be targeted by the Turkish army due to the difficulty of distinguishing them in the heat of battle, effectively stating that US troops in northern Syria are now "fair game" in the ongoing deadly conflict.

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Schiff's Latest Bizarre Claim: Russian Ads Promote 2nd Amendment "So We All Kill Each Other"

Once again, another brilliant plan hatched by Putin... good thing Schiff caught on to it and can now begin seizing American’s guns so as to thwart Russia’s evil plan.

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Study Shows Kids are Born Creative Geniuses But the Education System Destroys Imagination

A landmark study shows how most people are born brilliant and lose their abilities to think like a genius over time in the educational system.

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2 dead as train carrying 147 people crashes into freight train in South Carolina

At least two people have died and 70 more have been taken to hospital after a train carrying 147 people collided with a freight train in South Carolina. The Amtrak train, which was operating between New York and Miami, had 139 passengers and eight crew members on board.

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YouTube will start labeling videos that receive government funding

In another bid to quell criticism that its platform is overrun with misinformation, YouTube said Friday that it would start labeling news broadcasters' videos that receive at least some government or public funding. The move comes a year after the Office of the Director of National Intelligence detailed how Russian state broadcaster RT racked up hundreds of millions of views on YouTube promoting Kremlin propaganda.

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Food packaging chemical BPA 'found in digestive system of 86% of teenagers'

A potentially hazardous chemical used in certain plastic food packaging has been found in the digestive system of 86% of teenagers who took part in a recent study.

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Wichita cop who pulled the trigger in the first fatal swatting is being sued by the victim's family

When a serial bomb-report hoaxer reported a fake hostage-taking on behalf of a gamer upset at a $1.50 wager, he set in motion a string of events that ended with a Wichita police officer murdering an innocent bystander on his own doorstep, without warning. The family of the victim is now suing the Wichita police, hoping to spur a reform of police procedures and prevent future events of this kind. Wichita has 11 times the national average of fatal police shootings, one per 120 officers.

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Hamas Leader Warns War With Israel Will Erupt "Within Days"

Next week a significant war drill will be conducted across Israel by Israel Defense Forces (IDF) together with the American military, as part of the biennial Juniper Cobra military exercise, which this year will imitate a simultaneous missile attack on Israel from both its northern and southern fronts. Meanwhile, as Israel prepares for armed conflict, Al Hayat, an Arabic-language London-based newspaper, writes that Hamas' chief Yahya Sinwar has ordered the Gaza-based Islamist militant group on high alert, indicating that war is a “95 percent probability” and it could erupt in hours or within days.

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Diplomatic immunity doesn't cover rent, judge rules

A woman that works at the US Embassy refused to pay rent and, in a letter from her lawyer, argued she had "diplomatic immunity". However, diplomatic immunity doesn't apply to rent bills, according to an Ontario Superior Court justice who on Friday sided with the landlord in an unusual legal spat over a luxury townhouse. 

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Trump lashes out at Deep State, “The FBI became tool of anti-Trump political actors”

US President Trump showed his anger towards the corrupt US Deep State in a series of tweets following the fallout from the FISA memo release.

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Fires, mayhem, insane trust falls in Philly after Super Bowl win

Philadelphia was on fire, in some cases literally, in the aftermath of the Eagles’ 41-33 Super Bowl LII victory on Sunday, the first in the franchise’s history.

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Proving they Read Nothing: Lawmakers Passed Bill Honoring Serial Killer for Population Control

US lawmakers are often criticized for not even reading the bills that they vote on, but instead, voting along party lines or influence from lobbyists. Some of the most notorious cases of this in recent history were the passing of the Patriot Act and the following National Defense Authorization Act.

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UK allows doctors to make babies with DNA from 3 people

Britain’s fertility authority says it has granted permission to doctors at clinic in northeastern England to create babies from the DNA of three people, to help prevent two women from passing on fatal, genetic diseases to their children.

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Three Major Credit Card Companies Ban Bitcoin Purchases

JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp. and Citigroup Inc. said they’re halting purchases of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on their credit cards. JPMorgan, enacting the ban Saturday, doesn’t want the credit risk associated with the transactions, company spokeswoman Mary Jane Rogers said.

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