David Olliver

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Bending the Will of the People: Fake News, Russian Propaganda and How it Threatens the Foundations of U.S. Democracy


Here’s the thing about Russian propaganda: they are very, very good at what they do. The Russian book of dirty tricks has surely only expanded and been brought to new depths of depravity under ex-KGB honcho Vladimir Putin. The people implementing the dirty tricks in play these days are not afraid to stoop to levels of dishonesty and incitement that are truly disturbing.

Luca Forte

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Vandenberg Air Force Bases conducted an operational test launch of an unarmed Minuteman Three missile


According to Vanderberg’s statement, the missile launch was conducted as planned, and was successful, with the ICBM travelling approximately four thousand two hundred miles to a test range near the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. “On April 26 airmen from F.E. Warren, Offutt And Vandenberg Air Force Bases conductedRead More…

David Olliver

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“Climate Change” Crusaders Seem To Conveniently Omit Addressing The Emissions Of Private And First-Class Flight


Allow that to sink in for a minute – aviation accounts for 2.5% of the world’s global emissions. If the “climate change” crowd was serious, they would look into aviation far more closely, as it is the single biggest per-capita elective activity when it comes to carbon emissions.

David Aragon

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Jonathan Marshall: Coal Miners’ Futures in Renewable Energy


If President Trump wants to earn a rare legislative victory and take political credit for reviving hard-hit regions of rural America, he should take a close look at how one Kentucky coal company is creating jobs. Berkeley Energy Group this month announced plans to put coal miners back to work by building the largest solar project in Appalachia on top of a closed mountaintop strip mine near the town of Pikeville. The Eastern Kentucky coal company is partnering with the Environmental Defense Fund, which has helped develop 9,000 megawatts of renewable energy, to bring jobs and clean energy to the region.

David Olliver

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U.S. Senate to Visit White House for Important briefing on North Korea


Top officials in President Trump’s administration are scheduled to meet on Wednesday at the White House with the entire U.S. Senate to discuss the problematic situation with North Korea, senior Senate aides said on Sunday. The 100 senators from across the country will be asked to visit the White HouseRead More…

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