“Let the public see, because ultimately the public has a right to make a determination as to what they what they think happened."

Rep. Kathleen Rice admits that she is not qualified to hold the position she was elected to and wants unelected lawyers to come in and perform her responsibilities.

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“Let the public see, because ultimately the public has a right to make a determination as to what they what they think happened."

Awesome. So once the dress rehearsals are over well get to see the show. So transparent.

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A pet cafe in China where dogs are dyed black and white to look like panda cubs has triggered a heated online debate over the treatment of animals. The Cute Pet Games cafe opened last month in Chengdu, capital of southwest Sichuan province which is home to China's famous giant pandas, and features

If the dye is not harmful then there is nothing to complain about. I'm sure the dogs love the attention.

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Put your name on it PUSSY!

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The only appropriate response would be removal from office.

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Mexico is in a state of collapse, and Americans need to realize that the crisis underway south of the Rio Grande won’t stop at the border.

The cartel "defeated" the military only because the military was hamstrung by the government. The military has the tools to defeat the cartels, But only if the government allows them.

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The U.S. may leave some forces in Syria to secure oilfields and make sure they don't fall into the hands of a resurgent Islamic State, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said...

Let Syria defend Syrian territory.

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The NSA is spying on innocent American citizens, but not for the reasons you might think. While the official stance seems to be that data collection and other intrusive forms of NSA surveillance are a matter of national security, behind closed doors the federal agency has a far more clandestine purp

Worst kept secret ever.

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President Sebastian Pinera held a meeting with leaders of some of Chile's opposition parties on Tuesday, aiming to find a way to end street violence that has claimed 15 lives amid sustained protests. Three parties, including Chile's largest opposition group the Socialist Party, boycotted the

Setting fire to buildings occupied by un-involved people sounds more like terrorism than protesting.

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