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hillary trump 5-22 pollDonald Trump ahead in one new national poll and closing in on Clinton in another
Now that the Republicans have their nominee, but the Democratic race presses on, polls are showing a very tight race in November between Donald Trump and likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Moody’s Analytics predicts Clinton will win in the fall, but of the two major national polls that dropped today she’s behind in one of them and ahead of Trump, but within the poll’s margin of error, in the other survey.


fbi biometrics databaseThe FBI’s secret biometrics database
The Department of Justice has come up with a proposal to exempt the biometric database from public disclosure. It states that the Next Generation Identification System (NGI) should not be subject to the Privacy Act, which requires federal agencies to give people access to records that have been collected concerning them, “allowing them to verify and correct them if needed.”


bernie-bird-popcornSanders condemns ‘anointment’ of Clinton as feud with party intensifies
“The current situation is undemocratic and it is ill-advised,” Sanders said, decrying the selection of so-called superdelegates – party insiders and officials – who endorsed Clinton even before she had a challenger.


child-born-with-16-toesHalf of world’s Muslims are inbred due to generations of incest
There’s an explanation for Islamic terrorism that’s never proffered: Insanity and Stupidity

A never-spoken-about problem with Muslims is their inbreeding as a result of their long and deeply-ingrained practice of marrying first cousins — a practice that has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses.


Yale UniversityYale University introduces gender neutral toilets
The university has published an interactive map showing where to find 332 ‘gender neutral’ toilets across its campus in New Haven, Connecticut.

It’s designed to improve the environment for transgender people who may not feel comfortable using a bathroom specified as for men or women.


anti-Israel demonstrators‘F**k Israel, long live the Intifada’ angry mob screams at Jewish UC student
Second-year Eliana Kopley was attempting to enter the showing of the Israeli documentary “Beneath the Helmet” about the IDF when a crowd of protesters physically obstructed her and chased her into an adjacent building.

The angry mob proceeded to pound intimidatingly on the windows and doors while shouting “Long live the Intifada!” and “F**k Israel!”


sanders vs hillary protestersThe Gathering Storm In Philadelphia
The media narrative for the last six months has been about how the Republican convention in Cleveland was going to be a fight, a mess, a second “mistake by the lake.” Journalists reveled in the prospect of a GOP floor fight and protests in the streets. What was missed, or more likely ignored, was the brawl happening on the left and the mess that could be the Democratic convention in Philadelphia.


trump graffiti on border fenceMexican Officials Take Steps to Counter ‘the Trump Emergency’
Mr. Fox said in a telephone interview from his home in Guanajuato State that he was motivated to attack Mr. Trump by what he called “pure love for that great nation, the United States.”

“I don’t understand why the American public is buying this,” he continued, pain in his voice. “We are partners, we are neighbors, and we should be friends. He’s dividing not only American society, but he’s dividing two nations.

“Why does he pick on Mexico?”


hillary hitler 2Clinton to Trayvon Martin Foundation: Trump’s ‘dangerous’ pro-gun policies ‘way out there’
“This is someone running to be president of the United States of America — a country facing a gun violence epidemic — and he’s talking about more guns in our schools, he’s talking about more hatred and division in our streets,” the likely Democratic presidential nominee said of her presumptive Republican rival. “That’s no way to keep us safe.”


isis-iraqIsis official calls for ‘lone wolf’ attacks in US and Europe during Ramadan
Abu Mohammed al-Adnani, a close aide and a possible successor to leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, said lone wolf attacks in the US and Europe were “dearer to us than the biggest action by us” in Iraq and Syria.

“Ramadan, the month of conquest and jihad,” Adnani said. “Get prepared, be ready … to make it a month of calamity everywhere for the non-believers … especially for the fighters and supporters of the caliphate in Europe and America.


<> on September 2, 2011 in Berlin, Germany.

Smart TVs with Webcams Vulnerable to Online Peeping Toms
…when you introduce the Internet into an area that has previously been offline, you make that item vulnerable to outside attacks. Just as wireless key fobs are susceptible to infiltration via remote hacking devices, as proved by a group of German researchers, criminals and other malicious forces can gain access to your smart TVs too and use them to their advantage.


peasants and pitchforks‘Revolution’ Possible in 2043 When Whites Become Minority in U.S.
…journalist Steven Thrasher is counting the days until the “dying white majority” in America no longer exists, because then a “true political revolution might be possible” to overthrow our “white supremacist” “empire” which thrives on “the suffering of people of color.”


child silouetteOne Million U.K. Child Victims of Muslim Rape Gangs?
In a gut-wrenching development, it may turn out that last year’s report detailing a decade-and-a-half of sexual exploitation inflicted on at least 1,400 children from Rotherham, England—and the PC-driven effort to cover it up–may represent the proverbial tip of the iceberg. The city’s Labor MP Sarah Champion believes as many as one million children may have been victimized, describing it as a “national disaster” that requires the establishment of a task force to deal with the “horror.”


there is no food venezuela‘We are like a bomb’: food riots show Venezuela crisis has gone beyond politics
Perhaps it was not surprising that the mood outside the supermarket quickly turned ugly: frustration turned to despair, anger to violence. Before long, the incident on Tuesday had escalated.

The unrest soon spread throughout this city of 200,000 just outside the capital, Caracas. Protesters shouted “We want food” as they blocked intersections with burning tyres and clashed with security forces.


drone strike aftermath in pakistanU.S.-led assassination on its soil angers Pakistan
In a statement late Sunday, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry repeated the country’s protest of drone attacks on its territory. It also repeated Pakistan’s preference to settle the protracted war in Afghanistan through talks, calling on the Taliban to renounce violence in favor of negotiations.

“While further investigations are being carried out, Pakistan wishes to once again state that the drone attack was a violation of its sovereignty, an issue which has been raised with the United States in the past as well,” it said.


obama-on-bikeObama Braces for Donald Trump Questions From World Leaders
Officially, the top world leaders who gather Thursday at the Group of 7 summit meeting will talk about shared concerns, like global trade or the Islamic State. But their private discussions are likely to cover a topic that is not on the agenda: Donald J. Trump.

Mr. Obama’s Japanese hosts are particularly alarmed at the prospect of a Trump presidency because the real estate developer has been bashing Japan for decades. Mr. Trump’s criticisms have a distinctly 1980s flavor, when Japanese cars were flooding American markets and Japanese businesses were buying premier American properties like Rockefeller Center in New York.

“You have to see the trade imbalance between Japan and the United States — it’s unbelievable,” Mr. Trump said in a recent interview. “They sell to us, and we practically give them back nothing by comparison.”mouse

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