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Daily breaking news and news the liberal media doesn't want you to know, won't report, or just daily news issues.

Americans for many years have had to rely on left leaning biased news reporting from liberal media such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and the New York Times. As most of these outlets struggle to remain on the air and in print, the new media is flourishing and people are hearing both sides of the issues. This forum will provide people with a place to discuss daily news issues of any kind or discuss articles not printed or aired by the liberal news outlets.

 
 

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BeRight

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Posted 86 days ago.

How quickly the minions pick up on the latest talking points from the rights propaganda factories !

Posted 86 days ago.

Coaluser

I blame the "do nothing" UN for the middle east unrest. Why the US has to end up doing it is ridiculous.

Posted 87 days ago.

BeRight

"The NFL apparently objects to our reporting that the league had ties to the tobacco industry," Stallman added. "But, as the article noted, a co-owner of the Giants, Preston R. Tisch, also partly owned a leading cigarette company, Lorillard, and was a board member of both the Tobacco Institute and the Council for Tobacco Research, two entities that played a central role in misusing science to hide the risks of cigarettes. Also, the NFL and the tobacco industry shared lobbyists, lawyers and consultants."

Posted 87 days ago.

BeRight

The NFL has demanded The New York Times retract a story that called the league's concussion research flawed and likened the NFL's handling of head trauma to the tobacco industry's response to the dangers of cigarettes.

Posted 87 days ago.

moderation

Do we take over the Middle East as our own? We would have to kill many,and that would teach them what?Like Harry said, we need to care for our own who have lost so much. But we don't need more casualties on either side.

Posted 87 days ago.

moderation

So you keep killing the locals because they don't understand why they are being and don't want to be controlled by invaders? It never friggin' ends.

Posted 87 days ago.

Oh so you'd rather still be there losing lives ? Some times you've got to cut your loses !Those people over there have to want freedom and democracy .

Posted 87 days ago.

BeRight

Like I have said before, we may have lost many lives and spent Billions of Dollars in Iraq under Bush, but Obama wasted every life lost and every*****dollar.

Posted 87 days ago.

harryanderson

Agree with Absolem.

We should have "taken over" Iraq after we invaded because refusing to restore order led to the introduction of Al Queda into Iraq, to tribal slaughtering and, finally, created opportunities for ISIS to recruit, indoctrinate, and arm radical Islamic murderers.

Bush and Obama both contributed to this fiasco, but we, the American people, are the real culprits for imagining we could fight a war on the cheap, where we ask only a small population, the military, to sacrifice.

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

able to be who we are....right or wrong.

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...no justifications are being sought. simply a request for solutions without handing over the American way of life as dictated by our agreed upon founding documents. we indeed only enjoy our relative freedom and status in the world not by the ink on a document or a handshake from a temporary authority. as distatsteful as the world has always been, the answer lies in our ability to repell or discourage invasion. that should go without saying. Vacuums in land and leadership allow for the massive and minimum histroical impacts of humans activities. our enemies exist well beyond the limited scope of just Iraq...which is but just one of the multi-faceted issues we are currently dealing with. as mentioned earlier, i do not desire to debate the politics involved in the military action. we are facing so much more. if my comment regarding keeping the land so offended you then i apologize. please never forget that only our military might and our willingness to use it keeps us being a

Posted 87 days ago.

moderation

We bred large packs of vicious wolves with our quest for energy security when we invaded Iraq.Please stop your attempt to justify the same shamefull behavioral as a solution to that which led us to where we are now.

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

Moderation...i do not view it as the spread of righteousness but one of civility, as much of an ideal framework for civility to take root. people should be able to roam freely and be welcomed by others into their communities. unfortunately not all humans have the best of intentions and yes they span the entire socio-economic as well as the ethic spectrum as much possible. it is a human problem. i would love to travel the world without fear or denial as i suspect most would agree? perhaps...even you my friend?

Moderation, how do we keep the wolves at bay? whereby our citizens are free to enjoy the peace and positive social interactions that our and others forefathers provided?

Posted 87 days ago.

moderation

I think that I would not agree. But if we were to travel that center of the civilized world, egocentric nation- building mindset,the "annexation" of the whole of the Middle East,haven of the heathen,would have to be the next step on the path of righteousness.Si o no?

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

Moderation and NCN...our governments involvement in the world goes well beyond what we are aware of. however, we spend a great deal of money in other nations. hopefully the monies spent is wisely invested for the benefit of the American people.

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

operations of the State Department.)

Foreign Military Assistance In addition, the U.S. will spend around $14 billion in fiscal 2013 for foreign military assistance – that's money spent on training foreign armies and providing them with weapons.

Use our Trade-Offs tool to see how many teachers, police officers, and years of health care coverage – among other things – your community could buy with tax dollars currently spent on foreign aid and the military."

from forbes...the united states gives to 96% of the worlds countries in annual and/or promised aid.

Posted 87 days ago.

absolem

Nationalpriorities dot org. 2013

"How much money does the U.S. spend on foreign aid? "Very little," I wrote back in October.

But some readers rightly critized that characterization of U.S. foreign aid spending.

To see which countries receive U.S. aid andwhat that aid pays for, visit our updated post.

Indeed, while foreign aid is well under 1 percent of the total U.S. federal budget, it's still counted in the multiple tens of billions of dollars – around $23 billion this year, or a total of $37 billion if you include assistance to foreign militaries. And that, of course, is a lot of money. Here are the precise figures:

Foreign Aid In fiscal 2013, U.S. government funding for humanitarian assistance and international development will total around $23 billion. (Back in October, I included spending on diplomacy in the numbers that I reported. In order to directly address the question of how much we give in aid to other countries, I'm now leaving out diplomacy and opera

Posted 87 days ago.

BeRight

Apple thumbing their nose at the FBI will not go unpunished.

Posted 87 days ago.

BeRight

Apple: If the FBI did in fact crack the code, the Gov't will let the cat out of the bag and let folks know how it was done. Gov't agencies are vindictive (read EPA, IRS). Bureaucrat will use their power.

Posted 87 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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