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Atlanta Activist Spent $200,000 In Black Lives Matter Donations On Personal Expenses, FBI Says

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An Atlanta activist is facing charges of wire fraud and money laundering after misappropriating $200,000 in Black Lives Matter donations for personal expenses, the FBI announced on Friday. Sir Maejor Page, whose real name is Tyree Conyers-Page, accepted more than $430,000 in donations through his Facebook page Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta in July and August, according to...

Can we please put a “Lid” on Lies?

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Can we please put a “Lid” on Lies? Sorry to repeat myself, but is there ANYTHING Democrats do these days that is fair and honest? Your mother probably taught you ages ago, don’t blame, don’t run away from responsibility, and don’t lie because you’ll just have to keep telling more lies to cover that one. Democrats’ whole complete narrative is...

Virus response becomes power struggle in Louisiana

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Six months into Louisiana's coronavirus outbreak, disagreements over how the state should respond to the pandemic and who should make those decisions have reached a fever pitch, culminating in the centerpiece debate of a special legislative session that starts Monday.Republican lawmakers feuding with Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards over continued restrictions on business, high school and college football...

Your Mission Should You Choose To Accept It: Vote Red To Save The Republic – Senate Round-Up

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What is truly at stake this November? Forty-two days out, it is time all Americans examine this question. If President Trump wins a second term, but the House remains in the Democrats control and Republicans lose the US Senate – successful impeachment is a given. Under that same scenario with the variation that Republicans win the House but...

Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett’s healthcare stances

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UpdatedPresident Donald Trump on Saturday nominated to the Supreme Court Circuit Judge Amy Coney Barrett, who in past writings criticized a decision that upheld tenets of the Affordable Care Act. Trump nominated Barrett to fill a vacancy created by the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a move that could shift the ideological balance of the court for years....

CBP Officers Seize $10.1 Million Worth of Narcotics at World Trade Bridge

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LAREDO, Texas—U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Field Operations (OFO) at the Laredo Port of Entry seized hard narcotics valued at $10.1 million in four separate, unrelated enforcement actions at the World Trade Bridge. “International trade continues to show extraordinary growth, causing illicit drug traffickers to become bold in their attempts to smuggle contraband through commercial supply...

What Is A Color Revolution?

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It is hard to know what is fact and what is fiction these days. The media, all of the media, including local & national t.v. as well as Fox are controlled, biased, and provided with talking points to sell the American people on.  (There are a few exceptions of journalists on national Fox) So, what is happening in the...

Trump picks conservative Amy Coney Barrett for Supreme Court

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President Donald Trump nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court on Saturday, capping a dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and that he hopes will provide a needed boost to his reelection effort.Republican senators are already lining up for a swift confirmation of Barrett ahead of the Nov. 3 election,...

No Fake News Here, Just Politicians Getting Rich

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This is a copy of a post by a gentleman named Andrew Harmon, a postal employee.  It’s well worth the read. “I am an employee of the USPS.  Like everything else the media gets their hands on, the current news about the USPS, and especially Trump’s involvement with it, is hyped and in some cases TOTAL Bull Shit. There...

Pharmacists in Ohio managing care as providers—and getting paid for it too

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Insurers sign upOne by one, Ohio health insurers began to bite. Most of the five Medicaid managed-care companies in the state have rolled out their own programs to experiment with how they can best use pharmacists’ expertise to care for Medicaid patients, each taking a different approach to ensure care doesn’t become duplicative or fragmented.“For somebody who is...