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American Workers Benefit From Sweeping ICE Raids

Whenever any Republican or group of Republicans have tried to enforce immigration laws, Democrats claim that the illegal alien workers are necessary because they fill jobs that Americans won’t take. This claim by Democrats was proven false back in 2011, when Alabama’s state legislature passed their own tough immigration law that made it a crime for any employer to hire ...

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Democrats Determined To Lead Us Into Another Great Depression

On July 28, 1914, part of Europe was plunged into the start of what would become known as World War I. In the course of the 4 years, 3 months and 2 weeks of World War I, the brutal insanity had expanded over Europe, Africa, Middle East, China, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Atlantic Ocean. The war involved Germany, Austria-Hungary, ...

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How Zac Efron Contracted a Life-Threatening Infection While Filming Survival Documentary

Days before Christmas, Zac Efron suffered a major health scare during a trip to Papua New Guinea, according to reports. While filming his new survival series Killing Zac Efron, the actor contracted “a form of typhoid or similar bacterial infection” and was rushed to Australia on a “life-or-death flight” that ultimately saved him per The Sunday Telegraph. Upon arrival, Zac ...

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Goldman Sachs – “The Economy is Nearly Recession-Proof”

Months after almost everyone on Wall Street worried that a recession was just around the corner, Goldman Sachs said a downturn is unlikely over the next several years. In fact, the firm’s economists stopped just short of saying that the U.S. economy is recession-proof. An analysis Goldman conducted of the current potential risks to growth shows that they are mostly ...

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A Complete Guide to CBD Oil in 2020

As CBD oil explodes onto the market, a lot of people find themselves asking some important questions about its use. There are many personal reports out there about the effects of CBD on the human body. Even so, many of these accounts are not backed by actual research. This is mostly due to the lack of backing from the Food ...

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China and the Special Siblings

As demonstrations plunged Hong Kong into recession, Macau continued to boom as the world’s richest casino market. Both cities on China’s southern coast, 40 miles apart by sea, spent more than a century under European colonial rule—Macau under Portugal and Hong Kong under the U.K.—before being returned to Beijing in the late 1990s. Each was given a guarantee of semiautonomy ...

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Michael Bloomberg’s Dictatorial Socialist Healthcare Policies

Since multibillionaire Michael Bloomberg announced he was running for the Democratic 2020 presidential nomination, the airways have been filled with his misleading campaign commercials. Of course, he has enough money to personally finance his campaign and pay for the over abundance of adds. After all, the 77-year-old former Mayor of New York City is listed to be one of the ...

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The Gun Sanctuary Movement Is Exploding

Conservatives have railed for years against so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, criticizing localities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration policies they deem heartless and ineffective. In the past year, however, some conservative lawmakers have taken a page from the progressive playbook, employing sanctuary imagery in opposition to gun safety legislation they deem to be an unconstitutional restriction of their rights under ...

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Military Tries To Recover Bodies From New Zealand Volcano Disaster

Military personnel will attempt to recover bodies of the remaining victims of New Zealand’s White Island volcano tragedy at first light Friday local time — four days after it erupted. A total of 47 people were on the island, which is 50 kilometers (31 miles) off the coast of Whakatane on the country’s North Island, when the eruption occurred on ...

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Artificial Intelligence Could Help Solve America’s Impending Mental Health Crisis

Five years from now, the U.S.’ already overburdened mental health system may be short as many as 15,600 psychiatrists as the growth in demand for their services outpaces supply, according to a 2017 report from the National Council for Behavioral Health. But some proponents say that, by then, an unlikely tool—artificial intelligence—may be ready to help mental health practitioners mitigate ...

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