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Ark Midnight – With John B Wells – Sat Feb 18 – Guest: Chris Kortlander

Don’t miss “Ark Midnight” Saturday evening on KLIF570 @ 10pm to Midnight (Central Time) Our guest today – Saturday Feb 18 2017 Chris Kortlander Topic: A Buckle, a Button, a Shell and 4 Suicides = Government Abuse – Ark Midnight#37 Read more about Chris here: Lines will be open if you would […]

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The Truth about Media Bias at CNN and the Times

The mainstream media should hit the pause button on its self-adulation The mainstream media suffered a further erosion of its authority during the 2016 campaign. It copiously displayed its disdain of Donald Trump, not least in assuming that his election to the presidency was not simply unlikely, but next to impossible. Then came the evening […]

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Trump (Things You Might Not Know About Him)

NOT EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE HEARING IN THE PRESS. Peggy Noonan wrote about Trump this weekend in her Wall Street Journal – Trump (Things You Might Not Know About Him) Trump, hopefully, is waking some of the RINOs up. The criticisms of Trump are amazingly missing something. They are lacking in negative stories from those […]

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An Abrams main battle tank, for U.S. troops deployed in the Baltics as part of NATO's Operation Atlantic Resolve, leaves Riga port March 9, 2015. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins

U.S. approves $1.15 billion sale of tanks, equipment to Saudi Arabia

By The U.S. State Department has approved the potential sale of more than 130 Abrams battle tanks, 20 armored recovery vehicles and other equipment, worth about $1.15 billion, to Saudi Arabia, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. The approval for land force equipment coincides with Saudi Arabia leading a military coalition in support of Yemeni […]

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Two officers shot in Arkansas, suspect not in custody

By At least two Arkansas police officers — including the Hackett chief of police — were shot in Sebastian County on Wednesday and the suspected shooter had not been taken into custody. Authorities were at the home of the suspected shooter on Wednesday morning, though that person was not in police custody, sheriff’s spokesman […]

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‘Euro was flawed at birth and destined to collapse’

By The decision to create a single currency without the institutions which would make it work was “fatal” for the eurozone, said Nobel-Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, adding that the “eurozone must ditch it now to survive.” In his book ‘The Euro: How a Common Currency Threatens the Future of Europe,’ which is published […]

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WikiLeaks Presents a Theory That Hillary Murdered a DNC Staffer

By Julian Assange and his WikiLeaks organization appear to be actively encouraging a conspiracy theory that a Democratic National Committee staffer was murdered for nefarious political purposes, perhaps by Hillary Clinton. Seth Rich was killed last month in Washington D.C. in an early morning shooting that police have speculated was a failed robbery. Because […]

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College students refuse to live with whites

By A group of students at the Claremont Colleges in search of a roommate insist that the roommate not be white. Student Karé Ureña (PZ ’18) posted on Facebook that non-white students in need of housing arrangements should reach out to either her or two other students with whom she plans to live in […]

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Almost All Lice Are Now Treatment-Resistant

By The vast majority of head lice in the United States are now resistant to most over-the-counter treatments, meaning that it’s now especially difficult to vanquish the tiny blood-sucking parasites, a new study finds. Researchers found that head lice (Pediculus humanus capitis) in 42 of the 48 states studied carry an average of three […]

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Chicago gangs reportedly plotting to shoot cops

By Leaders from three Chicago gangs reportedly met last week to discuss plans to kill police officers in response to the officer-involved shooting death of 18-year-old Paul O’Neal. The Chicago Sun-Times, citing an alert issued to Chicago officers, reported Monday that the meeting took place on Thursday between the gangs Vice Lords, Black Disciples […]

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Russian next gen air bombs to enter mass production

By Next generation aerial munitions are entering serial production in Russia. The new bomb’s electronic fuse gives it a significantly extended damage radius. Munitions developer Techmash (an integral part of Rostech Corporation) has successfully tested the new noncontact fuse for the new generation air bombs. “Our institute is preparing to mass produce the equipment. […]

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Hillary Clinton ‘Very Likely Caused’ Iranian Nuclear Scientist’s Death

By Former Navy SEAL and former Blackwater CEO Erik Prince addressed the controversy surrounding President Obama’s secret $400 million payment to Iran on Monday’s edition of Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon. “For the administration to deny that it was a ransom payment is a complete lie,” said Prince, adding: When you […]

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Republican Evan McMullin Announces Presidential Bid

By Evan McMullin, an anti-Trump Republican who has served as the chief policy director of the House Republican Conference, announced an independent bid for president Monday, hoping to garner the support of GOP voters who are wary of the New York businessman. Mr. McMullin, whose resume includes an M.B.A. degree from Wharton and stints at Goldman Sachs […]

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FORT LAUDERDALE, FL - JULY 14:  A Delta airlines plane is seen on the tarmac of the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on July 14, 2016 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Delta Air Lines Inc. reported that their second quarter earnings rose a better-than-expected 4.1%, and also announced that they decided to reduce its United States to Britian capacity on its winter schedule because of foreign currency issues and the economic uncertainty from Brexit.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Worldwide systems outage grounds Delta Air Lines

By Thousands of stranded Delta Air Lines passengers around the world braced for what the company called “large-scale” flight cancellations and long wait times Monday, hours after a power outage crippled its global computer systems. Hundreds of flights were delayed or canceled by mid-morning. In Richmond, Virginia, boarding passes were written out by hand. In Tokyo, […]

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ISIS, Taliban call truce to fight US-backed forces in Afghanistan

By Having been engaged in fierce battles against each other for over a year in Afghanistan, Islamic State and Taliban militants have agreed a truce to counter US-backed forces in the region, military officials told American media. Afghan government forces have been using the rivalry between Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) and the Taliban […]

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Communist Party unites behind Hillary

By The Communist Party USA may not control many actual votes, but what they lack in support is made up for in enthusiasm. That passion was in full display with a seven-person team of “reporters” covering their national political convention last month. And their convention was the Democratic National Convention that nominated Hillary Rodham […]

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Russia moves tanks to European border

By It has been reported that Russian tanks have been spotted moving into occupied territory in Crimea, which was seized following an operation carried out by Vladimir Putin’s forces in 2014. Witnesses have reported large amounts of Russian military hardware massing near the towns of Dzhankoy and Armyansk in northern Crimea, close to the […]

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