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Germany Hit By Merkel's Imported Crime Wave

According to the Germany's annual crime report, compiled by the Federal Crime Bureau (BKA), there has been a more than 50% rise in migrant crime in the country compared to the year before. Rather than tackling the migrant crime wave, the Merkel government has chosen to spin the facts and bury the truth.

The Existential Question Of Who To Trust

"The looming threat of World War III is made more likely because the world’s public can’t count on supposedly objective experts to ascertain and evaluate facts. Instead, careerism is the order of the day among journalists, intelligence analysts and international monitors – meaning that almost no one who might normally be relied on to tell the truth can be trusted."

Melissa Zimdars Exposed: The Truth About The "Fake News" List From Its Creator

"I remember speaking to reporters and being like, “Please do not use fake news list in the headline.” I agree that critical thought and often alternative ways of thinking about the world and challenging sedimented beliefs is how we advance as a society, as a country, as a world. And so, I agree. And that’s why I was very disheartened when a lot of the original take-up of my resources just labeled it a fake news list. "

These Are The 10 Worst (And Best) Jobs In America

The latest annual survey of the best and worst jobs in the country has again found that being a newspaper reporter (blogger may or may not fall under the umbrella) is the worst career one can be pursue.

China To Test New Weapons, Stage Live Fire Drills In Retaliation To US THAAD Deployment

"The deployment of the THAAD anti-missile system in South Korea damages the regional strategic balance and stability. The Chinese side is resolutely opposed to this. China’s military will continue to carry out live-fire military exercises and test new military equipment in order to firmly safeguard national security and regional peace and stability."

Baltimore Millennials' "City Life" Narrative Starts To Crack

If you piece together the puzzle, it appears Baltimore’s outlook for 2017 is bleak. Residential real estate prices are stalling and it appears that the millennial generation who bought into the revival narrative could be holding the bag.