U.S. flexes muscle after N. Korea provocation

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U.S. F-22 stealth fighter jets arrive in South Korea on Sunday for exercises as part of a strategy to demonstrate advanced military abilities seeking to deter provocations from North Korea, according to reports.

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

Nice to at least see the US flexing our muscles a bit.

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North Korea says its nuclear weapons won’t be traded

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A top North Korean decision-making body issued a pointed warning Sunday, saying that nuclear weapons are the nation’s life and will not be traded even for billions of dollars. …

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

Well, at least until some terrorist group offers to transport it to the United States and detonate it. You can damn well bet they would jump on that shit.

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Twenty-year hiatus in rising temperatures has climate scientists puzzled

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DEBATE about the reality of a two-decade pause in global warming and what it means has made its way from the sceptical fringe to the mainstream.

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

Gee, could it be? Could it be that climate change doesn’t and has never existed? Could it be we are not as smart as once thought? Yeah… I think so! Let me emphasize that for the slower liberals out there…. there is no climate change, there is no global warming.

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Outrage from animal lovers as man tattoos his own pet DOG

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There was a huge storm between animal lovers and North Carolina tattoo artist, Ernesto Rodriguez, as it was revealed he had tattooed the belly of his own pet dog.

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

People need to shut up and mind their own business. If the man wants to tattoo his dog he should be able to without a bunch of nosey hypocrites whining for attention. 

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Social media crackdown: Saudi Arabia may spy on Twitter users — RT News

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The Saudi Arabian communications regulator plans to link national Twitter bloggers to personal social media user IDs, local media has reported.

Scott Bergman‘s insight:

This is happening in Saidi Arabia, but it demonstrates how thankful we should be for the freedom that we have. Younger people here in the United States have always had it and tend to not give freedom the respect it deserves. 

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