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Nebraska Troopers Seize Enough Fentanyl To Kill 26 Million Americans

According to the Nebraska State Patrol, 118 pounds of narcotics were seized by troopers in April, which overnight were confirmed by the NSP Crime Lab as fentanyl. This is the not just the largest seizure of Fentanyl in Nebraska history, but, also the largest ever in the United States — enough to kill more than 26 million people.

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Trump takes aim at federal bureaucracy with new executive orders rolling back civil-service protections

President Trump moved Friday to roll back civil-service protections that federal employees have enjoyed for a generation, making it easier to fire poor performers, curtailing time employees can be paid for union work and directing agencies to negotiate tougher union contracts.

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Congress Directs Immediate Weaponization of Space to Counter Missile Strikes

Congress is ordering the Pentagon to immediately begin construction of space-based missile interceptors to counter increasing threats from North Korea, Iran, and other countries with advanced missile technology, according to new legislation viewed by the Washington Free Beacon... Congressional frustration over the issue has been mounting for some time, leading Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, to push a new legislative measure to cut through the red tape and order the Pentagon to immediately begin construction on the advanced missile defense system.

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Assange willing to testify on alleged Russian hacking

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is reportedly willing to testify in the investigation surrounding alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. The claim that Assange is willing to speak to congressional investigators was made on Friday by his long-time associate, Randy Credico. Radio host Credico told MSNBC’s Ari Melber that Assange wanted to speak with Democrat Adam Schiff “clear this whole thing up.”

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Kanye Finally Said Something We Should Pay Attention to — and the Media Is Silent

Kanye West finally tweeted something important this week, and nobody cares — at least compared to the media feeding frenzy that ensued when the notorious rapper expressed support for President Donald Trump. On Monday, concluding a string of tweets about people’s addictions to their phones, West shared a link to an in-depth documentary about the history of consumerism and how it became the fabric of American society.

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Look Out Mark Zuckerberg — Hillary Clinton Wants to Be CEO of Facebook

Moments prior to accepting Harvard University’s prestigious Radcliffe Award on Friday, Hillary Clinton had an on-stage heart-to-heart with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey. During their chat, Healey asked Clinton, “if you could be a CEO of any company right now, what would you choose and why?” Without a moment’s hesitation, Clinton responded “Facebook” with a questionably nefarious twinkle in her eye.

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Video Reveals Police are Lying, Shows Cop Try to Shoot Dog and Kill Innocent Mom Instead

The official story of why a cop killed an innocent unarmed mom while trying to kill their dog is falling apart as a confidential police video shows the bite that allegedly happened to force the cop to shoot—never happened, according to the attorney.

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‘Bitcoin fraud’ suspect rejects deal with US, wants to be tried in Russia

Aleksandr Vinnik, the Russian cryptocurrency entrepreneur held in Greece on US charges of fraud, wants to be extradited to Russia to stand trial there. He has rejected conditions offered by US investigators, his lawyer said... “I want, in any circumstances, that my activities or my crimes are investigated in Russia. If I am guilty, I must be brought to punishment. I will cooperate with the investigation. I want to be in Russia under any circumstances,” the lawyer said, citing his client.

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Algerian blogger sentenced to ten years for communicating with Israeli official

A court in the Algerian city of Béjaïa court sentenced a blogger to ten years in prison on Thursday for communicating with Israel and inciting civil disobedience. Marzouk Touati was also fined 50,000 dinars ($430). The Attorney General of the Béjaïa Judiciary Council had asked for a life sentence.

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Here’s How The Government Will “Calm” The Public If A Nuclear Attack Occurs

The government has already prepared some scripts to use on the terrified public should the United States ever be attacked with a nuclear weapon. The US government prepares for all sorts of threats, but none match the pomp and circumstance they’ll display in the event of a nuclear explosion.

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