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Fukushima in America? Twelve nuclear power plants are in the path of Hurricane Florence… flooding, storm surge threaten cooling operations

At least twelve operating nuclear reactors are in the predicted path of Hurricane Florence, which has been upgraded to a category 4 storm as it surges toward the U.S. East Coast.

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CLINTON CAMPAIGN FINANCE SCANDAL EXPOSES MEDIA DOUBLE STANDARD

Know what else is extraordinary? Hillary Clinton’s well-documented $84 million campaign finance scandal, which the liberal media simply refuses to cover. That’s right: $84 million — 647 times more money than is involved in the Daniels case, which amounts to an insignificant Federal Election Commission (FEC) reporting issue.

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Elvis, UFOs & Bigfoot Are (Probably) Trying to Hack the US Political System, Too

It seems everyone wants a piece of the US democratic action these days. Yet little do these meddling outsiders know, the system was already ‘hacked’ many years ago by the Americans themselves.

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Libertarians vs. Reality

Before Social Security mutual aid and fraternal organizations helped the poor and indigent. These organizations were systematically destroyed by the state and its business cartels, namely medical monopolies and insurance corporations.

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War Abroad, War at Home

Why do seemingly endless military conflicts persist, despite lacking any constituency for their prosecution beyond the DC beltway? And why does US military strategy appear incoherent and counterproductive, when viewed through the lens of peace? Why can't we do anything about this, no matter whom we elect and no matter how much war fatigue resides in the American public?

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Protectionism Abroad and Socialism at Home

One of the most insidious ways politicians expand government is by creating new programs to “solve” problems created by politicians.

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The Three Trigger Terms Being Used to Stop Critical Thinking

Today, we find that thinking is a diminishing art, and in its place, sound bites and stop-thought terms are used to put the brakes on the mind. These terms are widely used as signals to prevent minds from looking too deeply at a topic or issue.

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It’s All a Matter of Perspective: Finding Common Ground in a Divided World

The current social and political situation in the U.S. is a great example of how conflicts affect a society as a whole. In this article and video, Dan Radiostyle lets us in on how to find a common ground with these people, despite our differences.

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The Mistake You Make in Every Political Argument

Odds are good that, in any given political argument, your dispute is about relevant facts, not moral positions.

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Socialism—What Is It Good For?

Sooner or later people will wake up. First we have to dump the trap of right and left, this is a Hegelian trap to divide and control. The battle is not between right and left; it is between us and them…

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