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Why are we still talking about Russia?

  By Robert Romano at NetRight Daily and Americans for Limited Government Why are we still talking about Russia? And why were we ...

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The Monthly Report - March 2017 Senator Pat Browne

Senate Appropriations Committee Report March 2017 Committee Website View Report Online (all tables and graphics can be viewed online) Governor Wolf Announces 2017-18 State Budget Late ...

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Weekly Session Wrap-Up--State Senator Mensch

In this Edition: Senate Approves Lobbyist Disclosure Bill Additional Bills Approved by the Senate and Sent to House Committee Releases ...

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Fish and Boat Event | Civil Air Patrol Bill Approve by House | Self-Driving Cars | Discount Vehicle Registration | Helping Crime Victims

Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Weekly Roundup Thursday, March 23, 2017 The latest news from the State Capitol You’re Invited! Fish and Boat Commission informational event You’re ...

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Barletta Announces New Communications Team

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 22, 2017                                                                                  Contact: Andrea Waldock Niethold Office: (202) 225-6511 Andrea.Waldock@mail.house.gov Barletta Announces New Communications Team WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta ...

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Working Together to Strengthen Education

Facebook Website Bio Latest News State Forms Photo Gallery Contact Working Together to Strengthen Education Last week, I had the privilege of participating in an education forum sponsored ...

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Pennsylvania Must Restore Right to Work to Guarantee Family-Sustaining Jobs That Pay

  Pennsylvania House of Representatives www.pahousegop.com Media Contact:  Ty McCauslin 717.772.9979 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 22, 2017   Pennsylvania Must Restore Right to Work to Guarantee Family-Sustaining Jobs That ...

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Why the ‘Establishment’ Media Is Finding Itself on Shaky Ground

By Genevieve Wood / @genevievewood /at The Daily Signal. Genevieve Wood advances policy priorities of The Heritage Foundation as senior contributor ...

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Impeach Obama's hack Hawaiian judge!

Larry Klayman takes aim at jurist who TRO'd Trump executive order By Larry Klayman at Renew America Thanks ...

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Turkey Threatens European Invasion?

By Nate Jackson · at The Patriot Post/https://patriotpost.us/posts/48070 It’s no secret — at least to those informed by anything other than ...

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The latest fake story from US intel

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By Donald Hank at Renew America

The latest MSM reports about the supposed Russian hacking are all focused on a side issue and their aim is to deceive you through a subtle ruse.

A prime example is the report of a new statement by the sneaky intel director, who sounds as if he is on Trump’s side but if you read the below-linked article, you see he is still pretending the Russians have been proven to be the hackers responsible for the DNC email leaks. This news of the slightly modified statement is being reported enthusiastically by naive conservatives who fail to notice that the main part of the fake narrative is still in place, namely, the fake story that the Russians were proven to have done the hacking. I showed yesterday, based on the flimsy justifications they gave for their ant-Russian narrative, that they absolutely have no evidence against Russia. Their stated “evidence” reflects the exact same tactic used by a UK “court” (which was not really a court of law) that did an investigation of Litvinienko’s death and after a lengthy probe, finally issued the verdict that Litvienienko was “probably” murdered by Putin. Guess what? There is no such thing as a verdict of “probably” in the jurisprudence of any country in the world! They might as well have simply said “we really really want to believe it was Putin because we hate his guts since he refuses to bow to the Washington hegemon.”

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