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25 of New Mexico’s 33 Counties Declare ‘2nd Amendment Sanctuary’ Status

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The “greatest risk to humanity” is not the unvaccinated, but failure to acknowledge the potential harmful effects of vaccination!

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* Referring to The WHO and the international press who are now claiming that: “vaccine critics are one of (among a list of 10) greatest health risks for humanity.”

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Story at-a-glance The WHO claims that vaccine ‘sceptics’ are one of the ten most imminent health challenges for humanity in 2019. At the same time, the rising number of allergies, autoimmune and neurodevelopmental diseases which can be scientifically associated with potential vaccine side effects has become a global epidemic and points to the fact that vaccines themselves have become a true challenge for global health in our time.

Currently there is no independent control of vaccine safety and effectiveness, with

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Socialism Is a Rigid Ideology That Always Ends in Tyranny

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Local residents search for food in a pile of trash in Caracas, Venezuela, March 5. (Photo: Valery Sharifulin/TASS/Getty Images)

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Lee Edwards is the distinguished fellow in conservative thought at The Heritage Foundation’s B. Kenneth Simon Center for Principles and Politics. A leading historian of American conservatism, Edwards has published 25 books, including “Just Right: A Life in Pursuit of Liberty.”

 

Q: What did socialists use before candles?

A: Electricity.

It’s an old joke, sure. But it’s no laughing matter. Just ask the people of Venezuela.

The

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China’s New Aggression on the World Stage

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By Charles Scaliger of The New American

In 2015, the most overlooked communist revolution in history took place. That was the year that communists seized power in the Himalayan nation of Nepal via ballot-box revolution. For a decade, from 1996 to 2006, the Maoist Communist Party of Nepal, with the not-so-covert backing of the Chinese, waged a bitter civil war against the Nepalese government, seeking to overthrow the monarchy and replace it with a People’s Republic. The insurgency included a number of attacks on foreign trekkers in the popular mountaineering and hiking destination.

In 2006, the communists laid down their arms in exchange for a peace treaty granting them the right to participate in Nepalese politics. At the time, it was estimated that

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How Low Will They Go In Their Hate Trump Obsession?

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By Jeff Crouere at Townhall The opinions expressed by columnists are their own and do not represent the views of Townhall.com.

This week, President Trump was is in Hanoi, Vietnam negotiating with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. This was their second summit, which marked tremendous progress from previous administrations. Ultimately, the goal of these talks will be to remove of nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula. Unfortunately, the North Koreans were not willing to commit to making serous strides toward the goal of denuclearization, so the President refused to ease any of our economic sanctions that have been placed on the country. The end result was no signing agreement, but the expectation is that talks will continue.

Having two summits

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How Cuba’s Infant Mortality Rank Fell from 13th to 49th in the World

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Cuba has made less progress in health care and life expectancy than most of Latin America in recent years due to its decrepit health care system.

By Hans Bader @fee.org

It has never been a safer world in which to be a child. According to the UN, in 1950, most of the world had a child death rate (by age five) of over 20 percent, while only a few countries, such as the United States, Cuba, Canada, England, Australia, and New Zealand had child death rates of below 5 percent. By 2015, most of the world had a child death rate of below 5 percent, and every country on Earth had a child death rate below 20 percent (even war-torn Yemen, whose

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Bernie Sanders loves to cite socialist Sweden, but their former prime minister just smacked him down

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) loves to cite Sweden as an example of the socialism he advocates for, but he likely didn’t appreciate the slap down he received from former Swedish prime minister over his love of communist Russia.

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Carl Bildt tweeted a scathing sarcastic remark with a video of the Socialist Democrat.

“Bernie Sanders was lucky to be able to get to the Soviet Union in 1988 and praise all its stunning socialist achievements before the entire system and empire collapsed under the weight of its own spectacular failures,” Bildt

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Venezuela and the Myth of Kinder, Gentler Socialism

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Supporters of Venezuelan opposition leader and self-declared acting president Juan Guaido demonstrate on Feb. 25 in front of the Foreign Ministry in Bogota as he holds a meeting with members of a multinational support group in the framework of the Lima Group to discuss a joint strategy to resolve Venezuela’s crisis. (Photo: Joaquin Sarmiento/AFP/Getty Images)

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Ben Shapiro is host of “The Ben Shapiro Show” and editor-in-chief of DailyWire.com. He is The New York Times best-selling author of “Bullies.” He is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard Law

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Is Argentina On The Brink Of a Tax Revolt?

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“We can’t take it anymore,” proclaims the economist and media sensation Javier Milei from his Twitter account. He is not alone. It all started a few weeks ago with a “ Twittazo ” inviting people to protest against the high taxes and the huge public spending. The hashtag #BajenLosImpuestos (lower taxes) quickly became a trending topic. On March 21 what began as a virtual protest is moving to the real world.

Organized by prestigious economists, foundations and think tanks, members of the press, student organizations, and taxpayers groups, the first Argentine anti-tax protest will have its epicenter in Buenos Aires at the gates of the Parliament. However,

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