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Modi seeks stronger defence ties, invites Putin to Kudankulam

Source: Politics Balla | Jul 16 2014, 10:16am CDT

New Delhi, July 16 (IANS) India is keen to deepen its strategic partnership with Russia in defence, nuclear energy, trade and investment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Russian President Vladimir Putin in Brazil and invited him to visit the Kudankulam nuclear plant during his visit to India later this year.
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You're All Idiots, So Vote

Nov 4 2014 8:37am CST | Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

The midterms this election cycle have seemed more contentious and looney than usual. The lead-up by the media, which is always overwrought with coverage and ads, has felt more like a constant insufferable pummeling from an abusive priest warning us of fire and brimstone. The warnings from pundits and campaign ads of the world ending if we, as voters, don't make the right decision on Tuesday. America, it would appear, is on the verge of imminent, if not certain, annihilation. E ...
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The Real Threat: The JV Team in the White House

Nov 3 2014 8:16am CST | Source: Big Government

A new jihadist group able to recruit thousands of foreign fighters controlling territory larger than the UK; Russia invading its neighbor, flying bombers off the coast of California and sending subs into Swedish territorial waters; Snowden taking millions of classified files to China and then Russia; China using its navy to intimidate its smaller neighbors; American journalists beheaded on TV; Syria ...
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Four more bodies recovered from sunken South Korean ship
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Lesbian couple asked to desist in London restaurant
London, Dec 4 (IANS) A lesbian couple in a London restaurant was asked to desist by a staff member, who asked them to "stop what you are doing".
 
 

World View: U.N. Report Says Jihadists Are Flooding into Syria

Nov 1 2014 2:25pm CDT | Source: Big Government

This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Burkina Faso, critical U.S. ally, in government meltdown U.N. report says that jihadists are flooding into Syria Burkina Faso, critical U.S. ally, in government meltdown After several days of violent anti-government protests, including burning down the parliament and several government buildings in the capital city Ouagadougou, proteste ...
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FBI Identifies, Raids Home of Contractor Suspected as Second Snowden Leaker

Oct 30 2014 8:39am CDT | Source: Big Government

Multiple reports appear to confirm that the FBI has closed in on a second NSA leaker who is suspected of having fed information to journalists Glenn Greenwald and Jeremy Scahill, as well as Edward Snowden. The FBI reportedly raided his home this week, seeking more evidence of his cooperation with the media. While both the Justice Department and the FBI have declined to comment, Yahoo News' Michael Isikoff rep ...
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Danish Schools to Encourage Students to Have Babies as Birth Rate Plummets

Oct 29 2014 11:44am CDT | Source: Big Government

Denmark’s school sex education programme has been so successful the collapsing birth rate is "approaching epidemic" levels, and children will now be taught how to successfully reproduce at school, and encouraged to have children younger to save the Danish people. The number of Danes born every year is steadily dropping as couples have on average only 1.7 children between them, and a fifth of all couples will never have children. In 2012, only 57,916 new Danes were bor ...
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Sarah Palin Hopes to Run for Office Again: Would 'Bug the Crap' Out of Liberals

Oct 28 2014 5:39pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Deal with it.  Former Alaska Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin said she hopes to again run for elected office.  In a Tuesday interview on Fox Business with Stuart Varney, Palin gleefully acknowledged that getting back in the political arena will "bug the crap" out of liberals and the mainstream press. Varney told Palin that the "hatred level directed against you is a disgrace" and asked whether the vitriol has "driven you out of politics and s ...
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ObamaCare: an 'easily hacked' trove of juicy personal data

Oct 28 2014 2:14pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Another ObamaCare enrollment period is upon us, which means the accumulated trove of personal data stored in the glitchy HealthCareDotGov website will become an even more tempting target for hackers.  The test servers got hacked a while back, without anyone realizing it for almost two months... a development the Administration was not exactly eager to discuss with the public.  But at least they learned from the experienced and fixed all the security flaws in the live site, righ ...
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Darth Vader Runs for Prime Minister, Turned Away at Polling Station for Not Removing Mask

Oct 27 2014 3:11pm CDT | Source: Big Government

Darth Alekseyevich Vader, an electrician formerly known as Viktor Shevchenko, attempted to run for Prime Minister of Ukraine on Sunday but was turned away at the polling station after he refused to take off his mask.  According to EOnline, the Sith Lord apparently had plans to challenge Prime Minister Vladimir Putin when he reported to polling officials in Kiev on Sunday with his credentials in han ...
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