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A bombing or other deadly attack on CNN headquarters in Atlanta could send the much-derided fake news outlet into final and permanent oblivion.
While this writer knows of no specific threat to shoot up, bomb, firebomb, or otherwise destroy utterly, perhaps with a number of shoulder-launched multipurpose assault weapons, or the simple expedient of automatic rifle fire, the world headquarters of the “Pravda of the South”, hey, who knows?
If the attack hit CNN just as the transfer of power at the inauguration is underway, it would mean more than a simple ratings disaster. I mean, amid the “chaos” and “high theater” who would be the designated survivor? And would there be one? And would anyone care? Or notice?
Does anyone care right now who runs the fake news network?
We already have a good handful of them, from ABSleaze, to NBSleaze, to SeeBS to PeeBS. How many lying leftist scum…
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“Civil War 2017” is the first episode in a five-part “America Under Siege” documentary web-series to be released over the course of 2017. Each episode will profile the influence of radical Marxists on various segments of American society. Watch the film now:
If it sometimes seems like the idea of antibiotic resistance, though unsettling, is more theoretical than real, please read on.
Public health officials from Nevada are reporting on a case of a woman who died in Reno in September from an incurable infection. Testing showed the superbug that had spread throughout her system could fend off 26 different antibiotics.
“It was tested against everything that’s available in the United States … and was not effective,” said Dr. Alexander Kallen, a medical officer in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s division of health care quality promotion.
Although this isn’t the first time someone in the US has been infected with pan-resistant bacteria, at this point, it is not common. It is, however, alarming.
“I think this is the harbinger of future badness to come,” said Dr. James Johnson, a professor of infectious diseases medicine at the University of…
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