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Tillerson threatens to close Palestinian mission in Washington unless the Palestinians submit to Israeli demands. Tillerson is under the mistaken impression that only Jews buy Exxon gasoline.

Did Arte Johnson try to entice Ruth Buzzi with a walnetto on the set of "Laugh-In?" Should Arte Johnson resign? You decide:

House and Senate committee approve tax bill that will permanently cut taxes on billionaires and raise taxes on those earning between $20,000-30,000 per year. Note to the GOP:
Do you hear the people sing?
Singing a song of angry men?
It is the music of a people
Who will not be slaves again!"

Mental patients can now join the Army. They'll fit in quite well with their Commander-in-Chief.

Quebec National Assembly passes resolution supporting Catalonia. Statement blames Madrid for violence in Catalonia.
Native land claims in Canada include Parliament Hill. Parliament's land known as "unceded Algonquin territory."
Peru president Kuczynski denies Odebrecht bribe payments. President named in brbe scheme along with past presidents Ollanta Humala and Alejandro Toledo.
Cayman Islands highlighted as favorite location for hedge fund proceeds. Paradise Papers shine light on global secret finance.
Barbudans facing a land grab back home while they are hurricane refugees. Foreign buyers scooping up Barbudan communal property.
Philip May, husband of British PM, ensnared in Paradise Papers scandal. May's firm linked to Cayman Islands accounts.
Turkey withdraws from NATO exercise in Norway. Erdogan says he and Ataturk were cited as "enemies" on NATO enemies status board.
Nigel Farage flays George Soros before European Parliament. Questions Guy Verhofstadt's shilling for Soros against Hungarian PM.
Liviu Dragnea, leader of Romanian Social Democrats, under investigation for pocketing EU funds while head of Teleorman county. Dragnea already serving a suspended prison sentence.
Prince Charles blamed "foreign Jews" and the "Jewish lobby" in the U.S. for the turmoil in the Middle East in 1986 letter. He was right then and remains right today.
Turkey opens probe of former and current US Attorneys in New York. Erdogan is threatening U.S. officials while receiving backing of Trump.
Saudis want to freeze Lebanon's membership in Arab League. More Saudi water-carrying for the Zionists.
Lebanese President Aoun says Saudi Arabia is holding PM Hariri hostage. Calls it an act of aggression by Riyadh.
U.S. House declares U.S. involvement in Yemen war is unauthorized. Pentagon partly responsible for humanitarian crisis in Yemen.
Israel considers itself to have free hand in Syria. Until Russian MiGs splash those pesky Israeli pilots into the Mediterranean.
Cambodian Supreme Court dissolves Cambodian opposition party. Cambodia becomes a one-party state. More fallout from the visit to Vietnam and Philippines of authoritarian Trump.
On Veterans Day, Trump urges Vietnam to buy U.S. missiles. The word "idiot" does not fully describe Trump.
Donald Gump can't figure out arm link for photo op. He's actually dumber than he looks.
ASEAN considers East Timor's membership. Bid backed by Indonesia.
Trump reverses ban on elephant and lion trophy imports to U.S. from Zimbabwe and Zambia. Disgusting.
Indian proclaims himself King of Dixit. Claims contested Egyptian-Sudanese region as his kingdom.
Obama's Legacy: The failed state of Libya. Two rival governments and plenty of lawless brigands and warlords.
Human rights lawyers want ICC to prosecute Gen. Khalifa Haftar for war crimes. Haftar is a one-time asset of the CIA.
"Gucci Grace" Mugabe seeking to succeed her husband as dictator of Zimbabwe. Vice President sacked in preparation.
Ruling party to maintain grip on power in Equatorial Guinea. PDGE now holds 99 percent of parliamentary seats.
NZ PM Ardern responded to Trump's insult at East Asia summit dinner. Trump claimed the "lady caused a lot of upset in her country." Ardern responded: "No one marched when I was elected."
Resignation of Tasmanian senator latest in OZ "birther" issue. Turnbull government teetering on brink after resignations.
Progressives win seats in Falkland Islands Legislative Assembly. Five of the eight members are new.
Tristan da Cunha claims one of the world's remotest bars: The Albatross. The Faraday Bar in Antarctica features donated ladies' undies.
Raytheon initiates new Common Ground System at radar stations in Antarctica and Svalbard. There is little done by Raytheon that does not have a military component.
Fireballs streak across skies of Europe and U.S. Better hope they're not these:
Planet 9 said to be ice planet four times larger than Earth. Planet temperature is -375 degrees Fahrenheit. That's almost as cold as Buffalo in the winter.
  • SLAY THE BEAST (THE DAILY BEAST, THAT IS). The Daily Beast and its "reporters" and editors are sheer crap.
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