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  by Nick Givas Former president of Shell Oil Company John Hofmeister said former President Barack Obama had nothing to do with America’s increased oil production and actually frustrated many areas of the energy sector. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Obama claimed he was responsible for America’s recent oil boom during an event hosted by Rice University’s Baker Institute
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Posted by: Hanna Heller in Entertainment and Lifestyle, Featured News November 23, 2018 Youtuber “You Suck at Cooking” offers three interesting ways to make hot chocolate if you’re looking to go beyond what comes out of your Keurig or the paper packets from the grocery store. He also offers helpful advice if you are
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  by Michael Bastasch California wildfires have little to do with man-made global warming, says climate scientist Cliff Mass. Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown said the wildfires are being made worse by rising temperatures, but Mass disagrees. “[I]t has little impact the Camp Fire and many of the coastal California fires of the past few years,”
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The White House revealed Monday the names of the two Turkeys selected for a possible Presidential pardon. The White House chose the pair’s names, Peas and Carrots, from a list of 600 provided by the residents of South Dakota, the state from which the birds came. “Meet Peas: He loves popcorn, ice fishing, watching
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  by Joe Simonson Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested Wednesday for felony domestic violence after his wife filed a complaint, according to a report from TMZ. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) Avenatti, who is currently considering a bid for president in 2020 on the Democratic Party ticket, allegedly assaulted his wife on Tuesday but TMZ
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  by Neetu Chandak A Massachusetts college library is preparing for Thanksgiving by sharing a guideline on “decolonizing” the holiday on their social media. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) McQuade Library at Merrimack College posted an article by St. Mary University professor Lindsey Passenger Wieck titled “Decolonizing Thanksgiving: A Toolkit for Combatting Racism in Schools” on
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Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker and Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen today announced a rule (full text at the bottom of article) declaring that those aliens who contravene the presidential suspension or limitation on entry into the United States through the southern border with Mexico issued under section 212(f) or 215(a)(1) of
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CNN”s verbose, indignant and utterly unprofessional White House correspondent lost his ‘hard pass’ Wednesday after he decided to spew a monologue and destroy the decorum of the White House Briefing Room. Jim Acosta, an obviously biased member of the press, took things too far Wednesday during a press conference hosted by President Trump, and
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  by Peter Hasson The top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee was overheard Wednesday discussing Democrats’ plans to investigate and try to impeach Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. (Article Continues Below Advertisement) New York Democratic Rep. Jerrold Nadler took a series of phone calls while riding the Acela train from New York to
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Featured News, Trump Administration, White House Watch November 4, 2018 President Donald Trump holds a Make America Great Again rally in Chattanooga, Tennessee Sunday evening in support of Republican senatorial candidate Marsha Blackburn. Blackburn holds an 8-point lead over Democrat challenger Phil Bredesen, according to the most recent poll.
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President Donald Trump holds a rally in Pensacola, Florida Saturday evening to support several Republican candidates (live streams at the bottom of the article). Area Races There are two statewide and one other district races where President Trump hopes to give Republicans an advantage. Governor: DeSantis vs. Gillum (Article Continues Below Advertisement) The most
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  by Molly Prince Florida Democrat Andrew Gillum attended a campaign event hosted by Emgage, an American Muslim organization that lobbies against pro-Israel legislation. The day before the campaign event, a mass shooting on a synagogue left 11 worshippers dead. The co-chair of Emgage has an extensive history of defending radical Islamic terrorists. Florida’s
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