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1. “The Manitou of America will creep in you, rejoice you when she shines above, and offend and sadden you when she is put down.”― “The Endless Beginning”

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1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump

@realDonald Trump


Donald J. Trump Retweeted
Donald J. Trump
“Trade Deals Drive Stocks To Record Highs.” @FoxNews


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Sean Hannity
Think about it. Since @realDonaldTrump
was elected, what have Democrats, what have the media ever done to improve the lives of Americans? Create jobs? Safety, security, peace?
HANNITY: Since Trump’s Election, What Have Democrats Done to Improve the Lives of Americans? | Sean…
Speaking during his opening monologue on ‘Hannity’ Thursday night, Sean weighed-in on the Democrats’ non-stop impeachment push; asking “what have they done” since President Trump’s inauguration in…


Donald J. Trump Retweeted
Team Trump (Text FIRST to 88022)
Thank you to all the GREAT women who came out to support President @realDonaldTrump
in Iowa!
Best moments from the trip below!
#WomenForTrump #Iowa
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Team Trump (Text FIRST to 88022)
· Jan 16
Women For Trump Iowa Bus Tour
#WomenForTrump #Iowa


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Mercedes Schlapp
Jan 16
Honored to join @LaraLeaTrump
on the #WomenForTrump bus tour. Meeting amazing Iowan women who are committed to re-electing @realDonaldTrump
in 2020



2…………..> Fishing In Muddy Waters: Mr.Xi Visits Myanmar


As recent reports indicate, China’s economy is sliding into a recession, courtesy of Trump & Co tariffs, and hence is no surprise that the venerable Mr. Xi and Myanmar leaders have inked dozens of deals to speed up infrastructure projects in the South-East Asian nation, as Beijing seeks to cement its hold over a neighbor increasingly isolated by the West.

Myanmar has been very cautious of investments by Beijing, and also being careful ahead of elections later this year, yet seem to follow more and more countries that are choosing to ink agreements with China on its trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative, agreeing to speed-up the implementation of the China Myanmar Economic Corridor, a giant infrastructure scheme worth billions of dollars, with contracts on railways linking south-western China to the Indian Ocean, a deep sea-port in conflict-riven Rakhine state, a special economic zone on the border, and a new city project in the commercial capital of Yangon.,-xi-jinping-courts-suu-kyi/11880070



3……………> Politically Correct Police: Shielded UK’s Asian Gangs


An study by the Independent Office for Police Conduct in the Islamic Sheikdom of UK into child sexual exploitation, and the role of senior officers in handling complaints, has uncovered shocking evidence of gross negligence of law enforcement to protect children from abusers, after a senior Rotherham police officer admitted to turning a blind eye to a number of cases of sexual abuse of children by Pakistani grooming gangs for several decades due to worries that an investigation would increase “racial tensions”.

He said in a conversation with the father of one of the victims that “with it [gang members] being Asians, we can’t afford for this to be coming out as Rotherham would erupt”, also referring to the child abuse in the city by British Pakistani men as “P*** shagging”.

The officer told the girl’s father when the latter came to complain about his daughter being missing for weeks that “it had been going on for 30 years and the police could do nothing because of racial tensions”.



4……………> Good Man Kirby: Return Of Fortune


After Howard Kirby bought a footstool around  Christmas along with other furniture from a fundraiser Habitat for Humanity for just US$70 from a charity shop in Michigan, he felt the cushion “seemed kind of hard”, and when his daughter-in-law unzipped the footstool’s cushion, there was $43,170 stashed inside.

After the shock wore off, Mr. Kirby decided to return the money to the original owners — the family of Kim Fauth-Newberry.

“I do what I can to be as much like Christ as I can, and this is the moral thing to do. This is going to help them. I’m so happy for them,” Mr. Kirby said.

Ms. Fauth-Newberry said the furniture had belonged to her grandfather, Phillip Fauth, who died in July.

She said Mr. Fauth was a frugal man who always paid for things in cash, even US$9,000 for a new roof.



5…………> A Palette Of Life & Beauty: African Gallery


Africa’s week in pictures: 10-16 January 2020, as in Morocco’s capital Rabat, these young Amazigh, or Berber, girls are all dressed on Sunday, the eve of the 2,970th Amazinh New Year…


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