"Sleepy Joe" Enters the Race

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Screen Shot 2019 04 25 at 9.36.25 AM"Sleepy Joe" enters the race -- not with a bang or a flourish --but with the ragged re-hash of the Charlottesville "white supremacy" narrative -- which basically amounts to "Orange Man Bad" and "Joe Biden (although white and aging) Good." 

No patriotic music, no appeal to love of country and fellowman (oops . . .  fellow people). No inspiration for this blessed American day. No reference to American sacrifice of the past.

Just the same old twisted version of President Trump's de-contextualized remarks at Charlottesville.

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Notre-Dame de Paris Burns! Many Burning Questions!

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rose window stained glass church cathedral 375201French President Emmanuel Macran has vowed to rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral within 5 years.

Does Macron have a 5-year future as president of France? And with French Yellow Vests protesting for the past 22 weeks, is he even up for the job of re-builder?

Or will Emmanuel Macron benefit from the crisis, using Rahm Emmanuel's advice: "You never let a serious crisis go to waste." 

And into what will Macron rebuild the mangled body of Notre-Dame Cathedral? A museum like the Hagia Sophia? A tourist landmark? A secular urban planner's dream design?

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Easter Sunday Massacre in Sri Lanka

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487px Navaly Church MemorialA devastating wave of bombings and suicide attacks have ripped through Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday targeting three Christian churches and luxury hotels.

At least 290 people are reported to have perished with that number rising. Over 500 people are reported injured -- that number also rising.

Most of the victims are Sri Lankans. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said  "several" Americans have been confirmed among the dead. 

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Julian Assange is being unjustly prosecuted: Jerome Corsi

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FOXBusiness 4515586209 4b79703ceb mPublished April 12, 2019

Conservative author Jerome Corsi told FOX Business’ Trish Regan that WIkileaks founder Julian Assange is being unjustly prosecuted.

“As a journalist, Julian Assange has the right to publish stolen even stolen materials,” he said on Thursday. “The New York Times and The Washington Post in 1971 worked hand in glove with Daniel Ellsberg to get the Pentagon Papers in print. That’s not collaboration, that’s not criminal, that’s journalism. I think Julian Assange is being unjustly prosecuted.”

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