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What Our Government Isn’t Telling us About Venezuela

What Our Government Isn’t Telling us About Venezuela

Although both Venezuela and Iran are both in the news right now, you will be forgiven for not connecting the dots between these two countries. Kim Iversen does a good job of showing how these 2 countries are connected, and have further connections to other important countries.

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SURPRISE YouTube Is In Major Pain After Censoring YouTubers!

SURPRISE YouTube Is In Major Pain After Censoring YouTubers!

The following video shows how YouTube’s efforts are not without consequences, as many of the demonetized websites have been so popular – apparently in many cases because the viewers see them as being more truthful than the mainstream alternatives – that YouTube’s revenues are suddenly down nearly 10% – which translates into $70 Billion in total losses for this huge company.

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YouTube Is About to Start Charging Admission

Posted by on October 25, 2015 in Media & Arts, Social Media with 6 Comments
YouTube Is About to Start Charging Admission

The new YouTube Red is an alternative to the free, ad-based service, which remains an option. Would you subscribe to it?

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Homeless Man in Viral Video Reunites with Son

Homeless Man in Viral Video Reunites with Son

A song and a viral video gave a homeless man a chance to reconnect with the child he was separated from about 15 years ago. “Music took me around the world before I was 21 and somehow, my music now has gotten me back together with my son,” Donald Gould told 24 Hour News 8 via video call on Tuesday. Video of Gould, a 51-year-old homeless former U.S. Marine, playing a beautiful rendition of “Come Sail Away” by Styx on an outdoor piano in Sarasota, Florida went viral, with millions of people seeing it in the last week.

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Fake Video Footage: The West’s Propaganda War on Syria Exposed Once Again

Posted by on November 16, 2014 in Government, Politics with 1 Comment
Fake Video Footage: The West’s Propaganda War on Syria Exposed Once Again

ox, the London Telegraph, and the Daily Mail all published articles promoting a video claiming to show a Syrian boy rescuing a young girl amid heavy gunfire during Syria’s ongoing conflict. The Daily Mail article claimed under its titled, “Heroic young boy runs through sniper fire in Syria, pretends to get shot, then rescues terrrified girl as bullets hit the floor around them,” that: Yabroud was the last rebel stronghold held by the FSA on the Lebanese border before it fell to Assad’s forces in March 2014.

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