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The world was surprised this week when President Trump confirmed that he had authorized a military air strike against a Syrian government airbase in response to a chemical weapons attack in Syria that killed dozens of people earlier in the week. Since the U.S. missile strike, numerous citizens and celebs alike have been weighing in…

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Late Thursday evening, President Donald Trump ordered a missile strike on a military airfield in Syria. The move comes after the authoritarian regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was accused of using the deadly nerve gas sarin on civilians in Idlib Province. The attack resulted in more than 100 deaths and even more hospitalized, many…

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President Donald Trump‘s has made a disturbing move to ban more than 130 million people from the United States and to deny entry to all refugees. Trump’s executive order bars citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries (Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen) from entering the United States for the next 90 days and suspends…

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President Donald Trump this week issued an unprecedented executive order on immigration that has had global impact. Trump’s order barred entry of all refugees to the United States for 120 days, barred Syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocked entry into the United States for 90 days for citizens of seven mostly Muslim countries. The countries affected…

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In the wake of the recent Paris terrorist attacks, attention has been placed on the Syrian refugee population. French authorities have stated that at least one of the attackers entered France in October as part of the flood of refugees from Syria. The United States had previously announced it would also take many refugees from…

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The humanitarian crisis in Europe has not caught the attention of many in America, but that may soon change. Tens of thousands of refugees fleeing war torn Syria have descended on Western Europe causing unheard of chaos as countries scramble to find a place for the tide of humanity. Germany has been the desired destination…

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With the method of lethal injection being reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court after several botched executions, Utah’s House of Representatives voted last week to resume using a firing squad as a means of execution. The measure was put in place in response to the growing controversy over the effectiveness of the widely used lethal injection…

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  It is called the Authorization to Use Military Force, and presidents do not use it lightly. But this is what President Obama requested from Congress this week in regard to fighting the terrorist group ISIS. The last time Obama requested this action was against the regime of Syrian president Bashir Al-Assad because of the use…

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ISIS

Officials in Iraq announced on Sunday that the leader of the terrorist organization ISIS was wounded in an airstrike in western Anbar province. The target of the attack was Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who also has a $10 million reward offered by the United States government. He took command of ISIS sometime in 2010 and transformed…

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When Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize before he even became president, the hopes for peace worldwide rose. However, the realities of world conflict overshadowed any hopes of peace. Now, President Obama finds himself waging war, this time against ISIL/ISIS in Syria. This week, the United States unleashed a storm of death and thunder to ISIS militants…

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ISIS

President Obama now faces the biggest foreign policy crisis of his presidency; the implosion of Iraq. Over the past several months a group unknown to the general public has further destabilized an already bad situation. The group is known by the name ISIS and its power and reach has grown greater than the terrorist group…

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The hacking continues as the Syrian Electronic Army , a notorious hacking group, admitted to hacking into the systems of two big-name companies on Saturday: eBay and PayPal. Anuj Nayar, PayPal’s senior director of global initiatives, confirmed the security breach: “For a brief period today, a very limited number of people visiting certain PayPal and…

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While many people from across the country sent their prayers and condolences to those affected by the Navy Yard shooting in Washington, D.C., there were a few who seem to be calling foul. The rumors of the U.S. government trying to take away our Second Amendment rights seems more realistic every day. Look at a…

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A disturbing message out of Iran about America’s possible intervention in Syria‘s political unrest has put President Barack Obama on notice. A former Iranian official has threatened to rape and murder one of Obama’s daughters if the U.S. attacks Syria. Alireza Forghani, who delivered his threat through Iran’s Assembly of Experts, is the former governor of southern…

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The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus dissuaded members from speaking publicly about the Obama administration’s efforts to rally support for military action against Syria, multiple media outlets report. Numerous publications reported that Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, sent an email to caucus members asking them “to limit public comment” on the Syria debate. One CBC…

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A storm erupted from the philosophical collisions on social media after President Obama received backing from Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee authorizing controlled military strikes against Syria in a 10-7 vote. McCain meticulously included language in the bill that would limit the time frame of the war, the scope of…

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