November 2013

The same people who leave dead bodies and severed heads littering a busy highway in Mexico are now moving their operations to Oklahoma. Their product: Mexican ice or crystal meth. Cheap, highly addictive and the profits are astronomical.

Police say they’ll do anything to protect their investment.

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And: Recently arrested drug smuggler has already been deported 11 times

Expect today to see a barrage of news about Walmart workers protesting low pay at their stores nationwide. The Friday after Thanksgiving is a notoriously slow news day, and turmoil at Walmart just as the Christmas shopping season begins is enough to entice the local TV news crews.

Be extremely skeptical. What you will see is not a spontaneous grassroots protest, but a long-planned, well-organized campaign by Big Labor, which has for years sought to organize the nonunion retail giant’s 1.3 million employees. Note that when a corporation tries something like that, it is derided as an “AstroTurf” campaign.

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BEIJING (AP) — The United States advised U.S. carriers to comply with China’s demand that it be told of any flights passing through its new maritime air defense zone over the East China Sea, an area where Beijing said it launched two fighter planes to investigate a dozen American and Japanese reconnaissance and military flights.

It was the first time since proclaiming the zone on Nov. 23 that China said it sent planes there on the same day as foreign military flights, although it said it merely identified the foreign planes and took no further action.

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North Korea said on Saturday it had arrested American veteran Merrill Newman for “hostile acts” against the state and accused him of being “a criminal” involved in the killing of civilians during the Korean War in the 1950s.

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‘Iran, U.S. Set to Establish Joint Chamber of Commerce within Month,” reports Agence-France Presse. Government official Abolfazi Hejazi tells the English-language newspaper Iran Daily that the Islamic Republic will shortly commence direct flights to America. Passenger jets, not ICBMs, one assumes — although, as with everything else, the details have yet to be worked out. Still, the historic U.S.–Iranian rapprochement seems to be galloping along, and any moment now the cultural-exchange program will be announced and you’ll have to book early for the Tehran Ballet’s season at the Kennedy Center (“Death to America” in repertory with “Death to the Great Satan”).

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Emma Morano, Italy’s supercentenarian and the oldest living person in Europe, celebrated her 114th birthday on Friday.

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Barack and Michelle Obama inside tent of invaders/pro-illegal alien advocates fasting for Comprehensive Capitulation (Surrender the Republic). The tent is located on the National Mall.

Part of the Obamas motorcade at the tent


A 34 year old immigrant from Somalia was arrested for savagely attacking a woman in the parking garage of a Sheraton hotel in Sweden. The woman died while being raped. Police say the perpetrator continued to rape the woman’s corpse well after she had died.

The Somalian was apprehended by police while still in the act of raping the murdered woman. Read More

ObamaCare is going to push 300,000 additional New Yorkers onto the Medicaid rolls by next year — a hefty 7.3 percent increase, Gov. Cuomo’s budget office predicts. Read More

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