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How 1 man affected the whole world

Napoleon was born Aug. 15, 1769. After his education, he was commissioned in the French military in 1785, and quickly advanced. When the French Revolution began, he was an artillery officer. Napoleon’s expertise in the use of mobile artillery and the military tactic of “envelopment” resulted in him being considered one of the greatest military […] ...

Oddest taxi service ever?

Alternative taxi service Competition is a good thing, right? It most often drives down prices and increases product quality and customer service. So if you need to get around – New York, Chicago, Milan, or Hong Kong – maybe forget hailing a cab from an often-slushy curb and scrabbling for cash or coins to pay. […] ...

Blowout sale! Survival and preparedness food

Wildfires. Natural disasters. Mass-casualty terrorism. EMP attacks. Extreme political unrest. Americans today face a wide and ever-expanding variety of threats that could temporarily cut off their access to the most basic essentials for sustaining life. Very simply, any sort of major disaster can make it impossible to get to a grocery store. First responders may […] ...

Immigration experts: U.N. handling key parts of U.S. foreign policy

A team of experts on immigration and refugees is warning that the United Nations has been given effective responsibility for operating part of America’s foreign policy. The report from Nayla Rush of the Center for Immigration Studies notes that most of the “refugees” being resettled in the West now come from relatively “normal” circumstances and […] ...

Trump camp goes to war with Omarosa

  The scandal over TV personality Omarosa Manigault Newman’s claims against President Trump took a serious turn Tuesday with the Trump campaign filing for arbitration over compliance with a 2016 non-disclosure agreement. The campaign alleges she broke the agreement by disparaging the president in her coming book and through numerous claims on social media and to interviewers. […] ...