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The retail apocalypse is accelerating, America’s debt crisis is starting to reach a critical level, and very challenging days are approaching for all of us.

Agenda 2030 is no exception for P3, if anything it is an advancement.  Keeping in mind that the United Nations (UN) has partnerships with major corporations to implement SD, a.k.a. Agenda 21/2030, it is the natural course for them to use these partnerships as an avenue to integrate their agenda into governments with P3. 

Consumer advocacy groups are calling the student loan paycheck deductions “mandatory wage garnishment” and are throwing up red flags.

Am I saying Ilhan Omar is going to kill you, Bernie? Of course not. But it’s extremely unlikely that she is ever going to like you. And for all the support you give her, you will be out on your ear as fast as the Tudeh Party the minute you become no longer useful.

But Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar has no time for problems in her district; she’s too busy inciting to incite to genocide.

Democrats always get what they want in the end. The Republicans are playing checkers while the Democrats are playing chess, and meanwhile, our entire country is going down the tubes.

Medicare for All’s proponents say single-payer delivers high-quality, free care to all. Britons idling on wait lists, unable to secure the care they need, would surely beg to differ.

If Monica Witt indeed is guilty of what she is accused of, she should be eating bullets in front of a firing squad.

I can think of no greater insult to our veterans than to assimilate them into a global minion. That’s so anti-American.

Wasn’t Obamacare supposed to make things better? Yes, that was what we were promised, but the authors of the study discovered that the percentage of bankruptcies caused by medical bills actually went up by 2 percent after Obamacare went into effect.