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Trump ’s Caribbean Estate Survives Irma Nearly Unscathed

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President Donald Trump ’s estate on the Caribbean island of St. Martin survived Hurricane Irma nearly unscathed, while fellow billionaire Richard Branson’s private estate in the British Virgin Islands did not fare as well. Citing photos taken of the property, USA Today reported that Trump’s Chateau des Palmiers located on …

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Watch: Weather Channel Founder Sets Climate Change Nut Straight With Facts

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During an appearance on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” three years ago, The Weather Channel founder John Coleman destroyed, eviscerated and demolished both CNN and host Brian Stelter over their fanatical dedication to the unproven theory of man-made climate change. “I resent you calling me a ‘denier,’” he initially told Stelter, referencing …

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Here’s The 1 Store Looters Are Encouraged to Rob

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When professional stock car race driver David Ragan saw a video on social media this weekend that depicted thugs in Florida looting a Footlocker store during the arrival of Hurricane Irma, he shrewdly suggested that perhaps they should consider looting another type of store instead. “They need to stop by …

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Christian Groups Providing More Hurricane Relief Aid Than FEMA

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Christian non-profit groups are currently providing more aid to hurricane victims than the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and President Donald Trump believes churches should be eligible for federal reimbursement funds in the same way individuals and businesses are. “About 80 percent of all recovery happens because of non-profits, and the …

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Racism Accusation Hurled As Police Crack Down On Fla. Looters

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The Miami Police Department told it the way it was when it issued a no-nonsense message to the looters emerging to plunder the city’s shops after Hurricane Irma struck the city. Writer Sarah Jaffe, however, issued a sharp retort to the police via Twitter, linking private property with racism. good …

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