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Fort Lauderdale shooter was “Aashiq Hammad” on MySpace, recorded Islamic music

Fort Lauderdale shooter Esteban Santiago is from Penuelas, Puerto Rico
The possibility arises that this could be home-grown terrorism
Jihad Watch
Sunday, January 8, 2017
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Making Sense of the Russian Hacking Accusation

Canada Free Press
Saturday, January 7, 2017
National News

Let’s try a little event history here to make sense of this Russian election hacking accusation.  It’s not exactly in order, rather it is how the events appear to connect and make sense to me, with lots of speculation on my part. 

Islamic terror cells shift from Mideast to U.S.-Mexican border

They are only waiting for the order to attack American cities
WorldNet Daily
Friday, January 6, 2017
National News

A new report by a government watchdog agency says jihadists are partnering with Mexican drug cartels along the U.S.-Mexican border, preparing to carry out precision attacks in American cities.

Spanish Military Report: Islamic Terrorists Operate, Raise Cash in Latin America to Attack U.S.

With a dangerously porous southern border, the collaboration between Muslim terrorists and Mexican drug cartels has created a critical threat to the United States.
Judicial Watch
Thursday, January 5, 2017
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8 years under our '1st Muslim president'

WorldNet Daily
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
National News

Remember when President Bill Clinton was called “America’s first black president”? Obviously, it wasn’t because he was black...

Well don’t look now, but I believe Obama has earned the right to be called, “America’s first Muslim president.”

DHS acted 'in bad faith' with stealth repeal of immigration program

The Hill
Friday, December 30, 2016
National News

The pre-Christmas news dump didn’t disappoint this year with President Obama making one of his most controversial midnight rulemakings so far.

Combating Political Islam

Claremont Institute
Thursday, December 29, 2016
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Migrants from around the globe are forging a grueling path to the U.S. — through the heart of the rainforest

LA Times
Thursday, December 22, 2016
National News

The day began with a crack of lightning over Turbo, a Colombian port city built along a murky, trash-strewn bay ...


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