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In The News:
“Repealing Obamacare’s individual mandate would reduce the federal deficit by $338 billion from 2018 to 2027, the CBO said Wednesday.”
“A year after Donald Trump was elected president, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has rallied 28.5 percent — the biggest one-year gain for the popular index under a newly elected commander-in-chief since the Great Depression.”
WINCHESTER, Ky. – “Authorities say two 16-year-old girls were shot to death in Kentucky, and three people are in custody.
Winchester police Capt. James Hall told news outlets Kayla Holland was found dead at the scene Tuesday night, and Adrianna Castro was pronounced dead at a hospital.”
“Two Georgia police officers were shot Wednesday, leading officials on a brief manhunt — until they discovered the suspected gunman dead.”
“The commander of the US Army in Europe has warned Britain’s position as a leading member of NATO would be at risk if its armed forces “got any smaller”.
Amárach research shows that only six percent of the U.K. populous knows that 20 percent of pregnancies end in the country in abortion, according to the Irish Examiner. The researchers also found that only 10 percent of the public was aware that 90 percent of babies diagnosed with Down syndrome are aborted in England.”
“Robert O’Neill, one of the most highly decorated combat veterans in U.S. history, praised James for his life of service, citing his military service in Baghdad and job creation record as a Michigan business owner.”
“Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday marks a year of unprecedented accomplishments for President Trump and his administration since he won the election exactly one year ago.
“One year ago Wednesday, President Donald J. Trump won a historic victory. But even more historic has been President Trump’s record of accomplishments ever since,”
“President Trump’s bid to expand the economy is aimed at helping blacks and Hispanics get jobs and raises which if successful could put many in the Republican column and give the party long-term dominance, former top aide Stephen K. Bannon says in a new biography.”
Commentary / Opinion:
Public Education Jihad: Islam Is Infiltrating Our Schools and Indoctrinating Our Youth: by Martin Slann, Posted May 26, 2017: (Editor’s note: Dissident Prof is delighted to feature another post by Professor of Political Science, Martin Slann, on the problem of Islamic indoctrination in our schools, which is spreading from the “Wear a Hijab for a Day” events at a community college where she taught 2007-2010 to such appreciation in elementary schools.)
From Europe to America: In much of Europe, public education is being successfully undermined by the growing Islamic presence in schools at all levels. The problem is not a new one, but has become increasingly pervasive during just the last few years and it is spreading to the United States.
“Trust in the media is at an all-time low. But should it be? Why do fewer and fewer Americans trust the mainstream media. Investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson, author of The Smear, explains.”
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — “The US Army will rename the cables used for most wheeled and tracked vehicle platforms to jumpstart dead batteries from slave cables to freedom cables, sources confirmed today.
“It came to the attention of the Chief of Staff that the name slave cable was incredibly insensitive to our African-American Soldiers, some of whom may trace their family history back to the time of slavery,” Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel A. Dailey said in a statement.”
The ABC last week reported that Facebook is partnering with a small Australian government agency to stop intimate or sexual images from getting shared without the subject’s consent.”
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