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Everything here is true, but the reality is worse. Obama has been supporting Jihadis for years. He promoted the Muslim Brotherhood Spring and used to the US military to help Jihadis in Libya. He has made treason our policy.
http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/259596/fact-check-obama-state-sponsor-terrorism-daniel-greenfield#.VbZC9ydBX3A.facebook
"If this deal goes through the Obama administration becomes the leading financier of terrorism against Americans in the world."
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our hands are tied while he has the power of the presidency. but he wont have that protection forever. after he steps down, we can prosecute.
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A new study published by the American Action Forum and Manhattan Institute finds that boosting the minimum wage nationwide to $12 or $15 would end up hurting many of the people it aims to help. Yahoo Finance has an exclusive first look at the research, which finds that a Federal minimum wage increase to $15 per hour would cost the economy 6.6 million jobs and that only 6.7% of the extra $105.4 billion in new wages would go to people in poverty.

“If you raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour, 55 million workers will see their wages affected—we looked at what happens after their wages are affected.”

The study also finds that increasing the minimum wage to $12 per hour would impact 38.3 million workers. 3.8 million jobs would be lost and only 5.8% of income gained would go to workers in poverty.
A new study by the American Action Forum and Manhattan Institute say that raising the federal minimum wage to $12 or $15 would kill jobs and hurt low-income workers the most.
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+Johnny Belinda​ franchise owners have low margins. They would be acting out of necessity not greed
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It would be nice if Google, Apple, and Microsoft focused more on security.
I don't want 10 0000 apps I don't use. I want security. I want maps that work.
The best defense against any of your gadgets becoming flooded with malware has always been personal vigilance. “Hmm, this app looks sketchy and is from a third-party app store I’ve never heard of. NOPE!” But a new vulnerability, discovered by security experts at Zimperium, can attack your phone with just a text.
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Heroes are finally coming home...

#wwii   #marines   #military   #MIA  via +Morgan Chalfant 
After being recovered on a remote Pacific island, the remains of 39 U.S. Marines killed in World War II are finally returning to the United States. Stars and Stripes reported Sunday that the remain
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Evidently, it will be 94 on Wednesday and the next wee will average 90 degrees. Anyone else want to take me up on betting that there will be brownouts or worse in the New York metropolitan region? 
With a population of America growing by 2 to 3 million per year , shouldn't we be increasing our power outputs by at least as much especially if we want to fantasize about electric cars? Instead, we have environmentalist destroying hydroelectric power, and trying to decommission nuclear power plants on top of coal plants.
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Rain or shine? Be prepared with the most accurate 10 day forecast for New York, NY (10021), with highs, lows, chance of precipitation and more from weather.com
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Our media...failing again. 
The nation's newspapers, including many that for years decried the lack of black representation in Congress, on Wall Street and in corporate boardrooms, have not increased the percentage of African-Americans in newsrooms above 1968 levels — and may have even cut the numbers. According to a report on the Columbia Journalism Review and census data from the American Society of News Editors, blacks in newsrooms represent 4.78 percent of the staff. In...
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+Greg Mee he's trying to transmute the clouds of an impending hurricane into real silver.
Most Arab states lack the ability to take out these facilities. Israel has the ability but is too far away unless it does something unexpected like supplementing it's fighter bombers with a cargo shop in the Indian Ocean launching cruise missiles and the use of Jericho ICBMs with solid non-nuclear warheads. In either case, Iran will respond indirectly and directly. They will close the straits of Hormuz, blocking off the Persian Gulf. They may try to use the missile bases they are setting up in the Yemen to close the Red Sea. Hizbollah and Hamas will rocket Israell. And if the attack comes from an Arab country, expect Iranian missiles to fall on it.
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Who Knew? Israeli Security Fence Part of Region-Wide Trend
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Israel has been vilified for building a security barrier (mostly fence, with walls in urban areas) to keep terrorists emanating from Palestinian enclaves in the West Bank and Gaza from infiltrating into Israeli communities to carry out attacks.

Anti-Israel activists on university campuses, in church conclaves and in the media refer to Israel's barrier as the "apartheid wall" pretending that its main purpose is to keep Palestinians penned in to so-called "bantustans", when in reality it was a last-choice solution to stem escalating terrorism against Israeli civilians.

Well, it turns out that while Israel's barrier may be an unforgivable offense to those whose vantage point is hundreds or thousands of miles away from the danger, in the region itself, security fences have become commonplace, stretching thousands of miles along insecure borders.

An article appearing on Bloomberg News Web site [Fences Rise Across Middle East as Jihadi Threat Escalates, http://bloom.bg/1D5CIzk], provides maps and a chronology of fence building in the region. It turns out that the first and still longest security fence was built by Morocco. After 9-11-2001, Saudi Arabia and others followed suit. Even terrorist-flagship Iran has built a fence to keep out unwanted visitors from Afghanistan and Pakistan.

At the UN and among activists in the West, only Israel's fence is seen as a problem though. For the others, protecting oneself from terrorist infiltration is ample justification.

Link: (http://bit.ly/1LNwUhc)

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