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If you are going to do it, then do it right. Don't waste yours and everyone's time
If you are going to do it, then do it right. Don't waste yours and everyone's time

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By Jennifer Earl, Fox News October 17, 2018 | 11:42am

A famous “giant” alligator nicknamed “Chubbs” got ready for another round of golf over the weekend.

The nearly 15-foot gator went viral in 2016 after casually strolling across the grass at Buffalo Creek Golf Course in Palmetto, Florida, as shocked golfers stared. Afterward, Sarasota resident Charles Helms shared a short clip of the “monstrous” creature on social media — and the “dinosaur” instantly became a social media celebrity.

“This alligator was so large he would only move slowly about 100 feet at a time before having to lie down and rest so he probably wasn’t in as much danger as it may have appeared. An alligator expert may refute that; I’m just going on what I have been told,” Helms told Golf.com in May 2016.
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“The Saudis are bad. They have been doing this for decades, and we sort of turn a blind eye and say, ‘Iran, Iran, Iran. We have to support the Saudis...' I’m not so sure the Saudis are less evil than the Iranians, to tell you the truth... The people who attacked us on 9/11 weren’t Iranians; they were Saudis …"
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For years, reporters have been trying to get elite universities to be more transparent about their admissions process. It might take a court to pry it all open — with unforeseen consequences.

By JOSH GERSTEIN October 21, 2018

The long war over affirmative action turned hot again last week, as Harvard and lawyers for Asian-American applicants duked it out in a federal courtroom in Boston in a closely watched case that could end consideration of race in college admissions.

I’m a veteran of that war. Nearly three decades ago, as a student, I was at the vanguard of a movement that took no side in the then-intense debate over affirmative action but advocated for something more radical than it might first appear: breaking down the secrecy over how elite colleges choose whom to admit to their ranks.
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Phillip M. Bailey, Louisville Courier Journal Published 1:09 p.m. ET Oct. 22, 2018 | Updated 2:29 p.m. ET Oct. 22, 2018

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said he won’t be lectured by Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister about America's scrutiny of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

"It takes a lot of damn gall for Saudi Arabia — a dictatorship with 3,000 political prisoners held without trial — to lecture anyone in the U.S. on the presumption of innocence," Paul told the Courier Journal during a conference call with reporters on Monday.

Paul has said that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is culpable for the death of the Washington Post columnist.

Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, called out the Kentucky Republican by name for making that accusation during an appearance on Fox News this weekend.

"I find it very surprising that somebody 6,000 miles away can be certain about an event that happened 6,000 miles away with no access to information or intelligence," Jubeir said. "So this is a judgment call on the part of Sen. Paul. This is not based in fact. It’s just based on emotions and based on speculation."
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Gary larson.... The far side
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U.S. Can Legally Propagandize Its Own Citizens

Ben Swann Published on Aug 14, 2018

The head of the NSA says that the United States is engaged in a war of "weaponized information" with China and Russia... but what about the fact that it is legal for the U.S. government to propagandize its own people? Lets give it a Reality Check. Check out our sponor SmartCash at https://smartcash.cc
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Ben Swann Published on Oct 22, 2018

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Stop Funding Afghan Security Forces Who Keep Child Sex

Ben Swann Published on Oct 23, 2018

Stop providing billions of dollars to Afghan security forces if those forces are sexually abusing young boys. Seems like a pretty reasonable idea… and yet that effort was blocked in the U.S. Senate.

Who would continue to provide billions of dollars to security forces when it has been proven that those forces keep young boys as sex slaves?

We’ll tell you in this Reality Check.

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Geoscientists find unexpected ‘deep creep’ near San Andreas, San Jacinto faults | #Geology #GeologyPage

A new analysis of thousands of very small earthquakes that have occurred in the San Bernardino basin near the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults suggests that the unusual deformation of some — they move in a different way than expected — may be due to “deep creep” 10 km below the Earth’s surface

Read more : http://www.geologypage.com/2018/09/geoscientists-find-unexpected-deep-creep-near-san-andreas-san-jacinto-faults.html
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It's not easy being a free thinker. They criticize us for asking questions. They criticize us for not participating in their broken system. They criticize us for not submitting blindly to authority... but we have truth on our side and that is a powerful thing!

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