A War Crime Twenty Years Later?

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Comment by Jim Campbell

June 11th, 2019

A Clinton war crime, 20 years later.

Of course any thing spoken by Hillary can’t possibly be taken seriously.

She’s a pathological liar.

H/T for comment from Jim O’Neill in the paragraph below.


Clinton’s campaign was a grave abuse of imperial power — intervention in a sovereign nation not for any diplomatic or strategic purposes, but simply to show we could do it. But perhaps all of it was worthwhile if it ended ethnic tensions, even if it did so based on a lie that the violence was coming solely from one side.

Both Clinton’s represent a blight on the U.S. Presidency, while we need look no further than Benghazi to string both Hillary and Obama up until they are muerto.

The Washington Examiner

Tiana Lowe

June 11th, 2019

Twenty -years ago today, ash settled over Serbia, then a republic…

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Coffee will Kill You, Until it Won’t, and Other Fake Health News

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American Thinker

By Brian Joondeph

Every week there is another health pronouncement saying what is now good for you and what is going to kill you. Unfortunately, the “what” is often interchangeable — what was supposed to kill you last week is now suddenly good for you or vice versa.

Foods, supplements, and activities, all studied extensively and determined to be either good or bad, then subject to a new study, with the opposite conclusion. How can this be? Is the science that fickle? Or is this lousy research?

Some studies note an association which they spin as causation, like determining that older ladies who play bingo often have blue hair, an association that has nothing to do with cause and effect. Other studies are based on computer models which like most climate models, fail miserably at predicting future events.

Let’s take a look at some of the settled medical science that quickly became fake news.

Start with coffee, the morning beverage of choice for much of America. In 1981, the New York Times reported a study from the Harvard School of Public Health finding, “a statistical link between the drinking of coffee and cancer of the pancreas.” In 2014, Inc told us “19 horrible things that can happen” from drinking too much coffee.

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