Friday, July 21, 2017
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NEW YORK, NY June 22 (DPI) - The New York Times - which over the years has morphed into the house organ of the Democratic Party - yesterday posted the headline  "Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump" after

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NEW YORK, NY June 20 (DPI) - Daniel Yergin, one of America's foremost observers of the world oil industry and the author of several books on the subject, said this week that the decade-long expansion

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WASHINGTON, D.C. June 9 (DPI) - Eighty-year-old Sen. John McCain confused old and ongoing FBI investigations at the Comey hearings yesterday, triggering an instant online outpouring of surprise, symp

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NEW YORK, NY June 6 (DPI) - Donald Trump suggested today he was responsible for five Arab nations seeking to isolate Qatar for its support of terrorism, an almost amusing set of events given that all

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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 24 (DPI) - The latest senseless attack on Civilization - the suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester, England, on Monday night - killed 22 and injured dozens more.  And the o

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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 19 (DPI) - The Trump Circus - frightening to many, amusing to some, frivolous to others - remains in full swing, with a cascade of leaks this week suggesting a still-chaotic, per

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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 8 (DPI) - Many Americans and their press are acting as though French voters, by electing  moderate candidate Emmanuel Macron on Sunday, just saved Western Civilization from demag

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WASHINGTON, D.C. May 3 (DPI) - Hillary Clinton seems to have hardly moved on from her election loss, publicly declaring yesterday that FBI Director James Comey's decision to review her emails two week

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NEW YORK, NY April 17 (DPI) - Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has spent the last few years quietly funding the development of a free database on government spending, and the site, USAFacts.org, wil

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WASHINGTON, D.C. April 11 (DPI) - Donald Trump's decision to bomb a Syrian air base last week has done little to improve his domestic political standing, as readers on major news sites continue to sne

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