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Harvard/Harris Poll: 3-in-4 Voters Favor ‘America First’ Immigration, Trade, War Platform from Candidates
About 3-in-4 American voters favor a populist-nationalist “America First” legal immigration, trade, and foreign policy platform from candidates running for office that prioritizes protecting the way of life and economic security of United States citizens above all else. The latest Harvard/Harris Poll finds near unanimous support for populist-nationalist candidates among Republicans, conservatives, and President Trump supporters, as well as a majority of support from all voters ...
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YouTube Demonitizes Anti-Vax Channels After BuzzFeed Contacts Advertisers
YouTube demonetized channels which promote anti-vax content, after BuzzFeed notified a spate of advertisers that their ads were being run alongside anti-vax videos, reports BuzzFeed. YouTube said that such videos fall under its policy prohibiting videos with “dangerous and harmful” content to be monetized. “We have strict policies that govern what videos we allow ads to appear on, and videos that promote anti-vaccination content are a ...
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Scientists Create Mind-controlled Rats that can be Directed through a Maze by the Power of Human Thought
Researchers implanted micro-electrodes to the rat's brain and connected it to the brain of a human volunteer who was hooked up to a computer. Unbelievably, when the human 'manipulator' thought about moving their left arm, the rat turned left. The same with the right arm. Blinking sent signals to the rat to move forward and after continuous research with six 'cyborg rats' the scientists were able ...
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Pedophile priest Convicted by German Court of 108 Cases of Child Abuse
A German priest has been sent to a psychiatric institution after pleading guilty to a string of child abuse offenses. He was previously defrocked by the Catholic Church but kept abusing with the help of false documents. The 53 year old Thomas Maria B., who was born in Wuppertal, is guilty of having sexually abused five German boys under the age of 14 at least a total of ...
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The "Kill Donald Trump" Twitter Account Finally Deleted a Day After an Article Exposing Twitter Hypocrisy for Deleting Conservatives
The “Kill Trump” account was suspended MINUTES after this story was published. It only took Twitter a mere 6 months. The article below was written the day before Twitter finally deleted it. As Twitter suspended the account of yet another conservative for the crime of having the wrong politics, an account called ‘Kill Donald Trump’ that advocates assassinating the Republican frontrunner is still active six months ...
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Arlington, TX Mother Says Pornographic Movie Briefly Replaced Children's Program on Cartoon Network
A television cable company is investigating an Arlington mother’s complaint that a cartoon her two young boys were watching suddenly changed to a pornographic movie. Rebekah Woodruff said her sons, ages 4 and 7, were watching “Tom and Jerry” on The Cartoon Network at about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. “I heard the music change,” she said. “And I heard my oldest say to his little brother, ‘Don’t ...
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Study on Sex Reassignment Surgery shows Increases in Mental Difficulties and 20x Higher Suicide Rates
A Karolinska Institute publishes their study in Sweden that followed 324 people for up to 30 years who had sex-reassignment surgery. The study showed that about 10 years after the surgery, transgendered people began to have increased mental difficulties. As they progressed through life, their suicide mortality rose almost 20 times above the comparable nontransgender population. Dr. Paul McHugh, a former psychiatrist in chief at Johns ...
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Brave Young Siblings, Hans and Sophie Scholl, were Executed after they Distributed Literature Alerting People to the Evil of Nazism
On February 22, 1943—75 years ago today—in Munich, Germany, two siblings made the ultimate sacrifice on the altar of conviction. They risked and lost, fought and failed, but not without leaving a lasting imprint. Their names were Hans and Sophie Scholl. Sophie Scholl, Hans Scholl, and the White Rose movement stood up to the evils of the Nazis. Though they died for their beliefs, their message ...
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