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Yellow Vest Lawyer Testifies to Violent Domestic Repression in France

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Screen Shot 2019 02 26 at 10.11.13 PMGeorgia Pouliquen, a French lawyer, who could not publish her video in France because of a media blackout, asked The Houndog, who publishes from Canada, to upload it.

During the video, Pouliquen, a member of the Yellow Vest movement, testifies to massive domestic repression and violation of fundamental human rights taking place in France right now. 

Pouliquen says she wants to provide testimony of government violence toward French civilians to the world--

Korean Community in Hanoi Hopeful for "Trumpian Peace"

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Screen Shot 2019 02 26 at 7.58.09 AMIn "Koreans Prepare for Trumpian Peace?", Bill Still of The Still Report focused on the reactions of members of the Korean community in Hanoi to the Trump-Kim Summit 2019.   

According to Still, members of the 60,000-strong Korean community in Hanoi "believe Korean unification is right around the corner."

"We can't pass the divided Korean peninsula [on] to our next generation. We fully welcome the summit which may resolve 70 years of our division," said Chairman of Korean Association in Hanoi. "Koreans in Hanoi want to live in a conflict-free peninsula."

Kamala Harris' Pot Remark Slammed as "Travesty" by Her Father

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Screen Shot 2019 02 21 at 9.05.18 AMAny publicity may be good publicity, as the saying goes, but Kamala Harris' recent radio interview may be an exception to this rule.

Kamala, former companion of Willie Brown (former mayor of San Francisco), former California Attorney General, and now a Democrat candidate for President of the United States, is of Jamaican heritage on her father's side and Indian on her mother's.

She was interviewed on The Breakfast Club, a syndicated radio show which bills itself as "The World's Most Dangerous Morning Show" (105.1 FM) on Feb. 11.

When the 54-year old Kamala was asked about her use of marijuana by co-host Charlamagne Tha God (@cthagod), Kamala responded affirmatively with a rhetorical question:

Yee-haw! Cowboys Ride into DC for Trump--and the Wall!

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Screen Shot 2019 02 22 at 6.08.22 PMCowboys, cowgirls, and Native Americans rode into the nation's capital on Friday, Feb. 23, passing the White House to show support for President Trump’s national emergency declaration.

The hooves of their beautiful horses clattered on the pavement of DC streets, echoing thoughout the nation's capital.

Most traveled from New Mexico border ranches. But they began their eight-day ride from Cumberland, Maryland, begun stratgically on Feb. 15, the day President Trump declared a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border.

"Autopsy of a Dead Coup": Victor Davis Hanson's New Article Slams the Swamp

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Screen Shot 2019 02 20 at 9.08.51 AMVictor Davis Hanson begins his new (Feb.17) essay "Autopsy of a Dead Coup" (Feb. 17) with a simple, yet ornate, sentence:

"The illegal effort to destroy the 2016 Trump campaign by Hillary Clinton campaign’s use of funds to create, disseminate among court media, and then salt among high Obama administration officials, a fabricated, opposition smear dossier failed."

And although Hanson acknowledges that Mueller's investigation is still operating, he sees that the "momentum has passed":