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The Shoot Down of TWA800

On July 17, 1996, at 8:19 p.m., TWA Flight 800 took off from JFK airport bound for Paris, France. The Boeing 747-131 (N93119) had 230 passengers and crew aboard. Off of Long Island, NY, their flight path paralleled the northern edge of W-105. Unknown to the crew and passengers, TWA800 was participating in a classified weapons test (GLOBAL YANKEE ’96) being conducted by the DoD inside of the restricted air space of W-105.

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Quotes from Michelle Obama’s Role Model

IF YOU HAVE WEAK, GIRLY FEELINGS YOU SHOULD GO TO YOUR SAFE PLACE AND CRY INSTEAD OF READING THIS.

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Is Laura Ingraham a Nazi?

If one picture is the standard used by the Loony Left to determine who is or is not a Nazi, let’s see who else is a Nazi.  Shall we? This is how stupid the Primary Election is going to get.  The Looney Left will grasp at any little bullshit thing to make Donald Trump and [...]

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Friends of Bill and Hillary

Apparently, F.B.I. director, James B. Comey doesn’t want to die in a plane crash or commit suicide, shot dead or die under mysterious circumstances like so many “Friends of Bill and Hillary

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