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Blackmail Settlements Could Lead to a Shakedown

Blackmail Settlements Could Lead to a Shakedown

Class Action Lawsuits Under Judgement at the Supreme Court The Supreme Court is scheduled to accept a case decided differently between the Fifth and Sixth Circuit Courts on what qualifies as a class action lawsuit in which law firms can file class action lawsuits...

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Ceasefire in Gaza Not Likely to Last

Ceasefire in Gaza Not Likely to Last

After some 500 rockets were sent into Israel by Hamas and other Palestinian factions, a cease-fire was reached with critics on both sides already gathering in protest. Protests this year have already claimed over 200 Palestinian protesters of the blockade on Gaza. 500...

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Midterm Election Abuse Looks like Bolshevism

Midterm Election Abuse Looks like Bolshevism

The Russians called it, “sabotage.” In communist Russia, saboteurs were executed in purges eliminating threats to their Soviet ideology and totalitarian way of life, and they were most fearful of saboteurs because of the means they themselves used to take control. The...

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UN Orders US to Remove Sanctions on Iran

UN Orders US to Remove Sanctions on Iran

Amidst New Allegations of Secret Nuclear Sites, Iran prepares for Sanctions to Hit The US government has ended the Treaty of Amity with Iran in order to neutralize the UN threat in its recent decision to uphold Iran’s claim at the ICJ as the US prepares to continue...

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Kavenaugh Hearings One Week FBI Investigation

Kavenaugh Hearings One Week FBI Investigation

Kavenaugh Hearings: Blake Silenced; Feinstein Exposed; Battling in the Hearing Room “November is Coming,” was the widespread threat to Brett Kavenaugh’s appointment to SCOTUS after tears from Dr. Ford’s “revenge of the Clinton’s for 2016,” and Senator Lindsay Graham’s...

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CIA Removes top Iran Experts

CIA Removes top Iran Experts

Iran Specialists in the CIA Step Down Patriots will be pleased to hear that some of the CIA’s top Iran experts are quietly being removed from their posts and transitioning to private sector positions. Leaked emails and cell phone conversations and declassified FISA...

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Sudan, A Masterpiece of Chaos

Sudan, A Masterpiece of Chaos

Raped; burned; run over by armored vehicles; hung from trees- Sudan is suffering the legacies of the Civil War (1983-2005) and the failures of postwar Disarmament Demobilization Reintegration (DDR). “The South Sudanese military, known as the SPLA, together with allied...

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Energy Solutions to the Problem Grid Part 1

Energy Solutions to the Problem Grid Part 1

A Look at Recent Global Energy Issues In recent years, the energy grids of the US have been hacked by foreign governments and targeted for international cyber crimes. Climate change has created havoc on power facilities, and repair efforts on some power lines have...

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Refugee Camps Lead to Slum Cities

Refugee Camps Lead to Slum Cities

Slums Are Growing with an Influx of Refugees The mass migration movements from Syria, and other countries across Africa, are in excess of 60 million displaced people. Recently plans for refugee camps have surfaced that on paper would support the refugees but in...

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Iran’s Supreme Leader to Give Up Hope

Iran’s Supreme Leader to Give Up Hope

Iran’s Supreme Leader to Give Up Hope “There is no problem with negotiations and keeping contact with the Europeans, but you should give up hope on them over economic issues or the nuclear deal," Iran’s Supreme Leader, Khamenei was quoted as saying according to a Fox...

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We Cannot Feed Our Families with Silence

We Cannot Feed Our Families with Silence

“We cannot hold back because we cannot feed our families with silence,” says a Kermanshah protestor in the winter of 2017-18, according to Iran Human Rights Documentation Center an estimated 5,000 protestors have been arrested as a result of the Iranian protests. Six...

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Iran’s Regime Moves Closer to the Edge

Iran’s Regime Moves Closer to the Edge

Islamic Regime Panics Amid Tanking Economy Iran’s government attempts to intimidate the UN during its lawsuit at the International Court of Justice to lift U.S. sanctions while claiming the Strait of Hormuz with IRGC Naval forces confronting the US Navy in the Gulf....

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Iran: The Third Path

The Islamic Republic of Iran has become one of the dominant military powers in the Middle East active in many international conflicts and a constant threat to regional stability. Learn about the revolutions and social movements that make up the turbulent history of modern Iran. Explore the world of the ancient Persian Empire, the establishment of Shia Islam in Iran, and experience the moving events of the 20th century to present day in this powerful documentary series years in the making.

Path to Freedom

In the oppressive grip of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, protesters in the streets of Iran call for the end of the Islamic Republic and the return to the peace and progress of the last ruling dynasty. Get to know the people of Iran today, what they are fighting for, and why foreign help may be needed to throw off the yoke of Iran’s duplicate military powers used to suppress its own population.

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Experience the rise and fall of the Soviet Empire through the life and work of Grisha Bruskin. Born to a Jewish family in Moscow at the end of WWII, Bruskin rose to fame as an intellectual and artist in an underground social movement that questioned the Soviet way of life beneath the radar of the ruling elite. His work exposes the undocumented history of what became known as, “the Soviet situation,” and expresses the sentiments of generations lost to communist rule.

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