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Are They Really Out to Get Trump?

Sometimes paranoia is justified
PHILIP GIRALDI • MAY 16, 2017

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President Donald Trump is not exactly known for his self-restraint. The recent firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Director James Comey was not handled with any delicacy and has unleashed a firestorm of criticism coming from across the political spectrum. And since Comey’s abrupt dismissal the backstabbing has become even worse, with many coming around to the view that Trump is actually crudely threatening Comey over the issue of what might or might not have been said at dinners and meetings between the two men.

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SETH RICH Family Investigator ROB WHEELER Told By DC POLICE “Stand Down”…

SETH RICH Family Investigator ROB WHEELER Told By DC POLICE “Stand Down” – Orders From High Up – PLUS, Actress Robbin Young Shared Information In The Case With Wikileaks Is Threatened.

by IWB · Published May 17, 2017 · Updated May 17, 2017

by Pamela Williams

This is the biggest story we may ever witness. Seth Rich was a beautiful young man, who was a DNC employee over Voter Data, and he was an avid Bernie Sanders supporter. I am sure you know that Seth was murdered – gunned down – shot in the head as he was headed home late at night in his DC neighborhood.

The Rich family hired Investigator Rob Wheeler to privately investigate his death, as the DC Police was not making any progress. His death was not a robbery, and it had been declared a homicide…the family wanted answers.

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/seth-rich-family-investigator-rob-wheeler-told-by-dc-police-stand-down-orders-from-high-up-plus-actress-robbin-young-shared-information-in-the-case-with-wikileaks-is-threatene/

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Great News For College Grads: Starting Salaries Are Finally Back To Where They Were 10 Years Ago!

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by Tyler Durden
May 12, 2017 9:20 PM

The Wall Street Journal and others are cheering today as a new study from executive search firm Korn Ferry International found that the “average base pay for college grads this year ticked to the highest level in at least a decade.” We guess in the new millennial world that getting back to your original starting point is actually celebrated as an ‘accomplishment’.

“This has been the best year for students that I’ve seen since coming here,” said Thomas Ward, executive director of the career-services center at Adelphi University, in Garden City, N.Y., who joined the school in 2008. Some students at the school are fielding multiple job offers, allowing students to be choosier about where they ultimately land, he said. “It’s very rewarding.”

So where are new college graduates earning the most bank? Well, average starting salaries for 2017 grads are just under $50,000 but software developers, engineers and actuaries, particularly those moving to San Francisco, can be expected to outperform that average by quite a bit.

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-12/great-news-college-grads-starting-salaries-are-finally-back-where-they-were-10-years

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Comey firing justly knocks FBI off its pedestal

James Bovard, Opinion columnist 3:18 a.m. ET May 11, 2017

It’s a historically untrustworthy secret organization that needs to live under rule of law.

President Trump’s firing of FBI chief James Comey provides a welcome chance to dethrone the FBI from its pinnacle in American politics and life. Last September, Comey denounced Twitter “demagoguery” for the widespread belief that the FBI was not “honest” or “competent.”

But the FBI has a long record of both deceit and incompetence. Five years ago, Americans learned that the FBI was teaching its agents that the bureau “has the ability to bend or suspend the law to impinge on the freedom of others.” This has practically been the FBI’s motif since its creation.

read more at https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/05/11/comey-fbi-fire-trump-russia-investigation-james-bovard-column/101506342/

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The House of Representatives Endorses Obamacare

By Andrew P. Napolitano

May 11, 2017

Last week, the U.S. House of Representatives crafted a partisan compromise bill that endorsed and reinforced the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. This was done notwithstanding claims to the contrary by President Donald Trump and the House Republican leadership, who want us to believe that this bill, if it becomes law, will effectively repeal and replace Obamacare.

Obamacare is a stool with four problematic legs. The constitutional leg is the premise that the federal government has the lawful power to regulate the delivery of health care. The legal leg is the premise that the federal government is obliged to provide health insurance to everyone in America. The economic leg commands that everyone in the U.S. purchase and maintain health insurance. And the Orwellian leg says that every physician in the U.S. shall retain all patient records digitally and that federal bureaucrats shall have access to all those records.

None of that is changed in the House-passed bill. Here is the back story.

read further at https://lewrockwell.com/2017/05/andrew-p-napolitano/gop-loves-obamacare/

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U.S. life expectancy varies by more than 20 years from county to county

By Joel Achenbach May 8

Eight counties with the largest decreases in life expectancy since 1980 are in Kentucky. (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post)

Life expectancy is rising overall in the United States, but in some areas, death rates are going conspicuously in the other direction. These geographical disparities are widening, according to a report published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine.

Life expectancy is greatest in the high country of central Colorado, but in many pockets of the United States, life expectancy is more than 20 years lower, according to the report from the University of Washington’s Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation.

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“…the voice of the people is really often the sound of money talking.” Such were the findings of researchers who recently analyzed the impact of political financing on decisions made by legislators – once again confirming that money does indeed buy influence in Washington.
By MintPress News Desk | May 8, 2017

WASHINGTON, D.C.– Public concern about the influence of money in politics has never been greater. But figuring out exactly how much money is needed to “buy” a congressional vote has been difficult to do.

read more at http://www.mintpressnews.com/surprise-surprise-new-study-finds-money-plays-major-role-influencing-dnc/227576/

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