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Philip Brailsford is a murderer

Philip Brailsford is a murderer. He was acquitted today, let go by a jury of his peers, but make no mistake: Philip Brailsford is a murderer. It’s on video. You can watch the footage of him gunning down a man in cold blood. If you’re interested in watching over four minutes of a man weeping, pleading for his life, struggling to obey a series of seeming nonsensical orders and then being shot at point blank range because he couldn’t crawl the way murderer Philip Brailsford wanted him to, you can do that. It’s not an easy video to watch. The victim, Daniel Shaver, is in absolute fear for his life the entire time. And he should be. He’s told repeatedly that he’s going to be shot…
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Why The Land Of The Free Isn’t Bulletproof: An Insight Into Gun Crime In The US

On October 1st news headlines emerging from the US rocked the world. Despite the fact that America has gained the lamentable reputation for being synonymous with mass shootings, news of the Las Vegas massacre left audiences all over the globe stunned. This was America’s deadliest shooting. Sadly, this tragic incident provides just a glimpse of the current situation in the US. The land of the free, a place of opportunity and a platform for progression has become a crime scene, and people are increasingly worried for their safety. Gun crime: the situation in the US If you’re not American, you probably come across reports of shootings in the US when they grab the attention of major news outlets. We all know about Las Vegas, and…
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What Impact Will The Trump Years Have On The Environment?

Contributed Post (source) Trying to predict the impact of Donald Trump’s presidency on anything is rather like trying to herd cats. As we come closer to the anniversary of Trump’s election, the only thing that is certain about this administration is that… nothing is certain. Staff members come and go; the debate changes; arguments and distractions fly around with wild abandon. Nevertheless, the issue of climate change is such an important one that it has to be considered. What impact will 45 have on the climate? Sadly, it has to be acknowledged that the signs aren’t good. The Administration vs. The Environment Climate scientists have long been suggesting that there is a point of no return when it comes to the world coping with environmental…
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American Politics: Is Foreign Terrorism Really A Threat?

Contributed Post President Donald Trump would have citizens believe that the threat of terrorism from overseas is worthy of concern. However, many experts claim the biggest risks the average people face come from close to home. During the next few years, the President will forge a new foreign policy based on the suggestions of his advisors. The issue is that many of those professionals seem to misrepresent the danger American people face from those in the Arab and Islamic world. So, this article will take a look at some of the issues the President should take seriously moving forward. How many people die from foreign terrorist attacks in the US? 3024 since 1975 Road deaths According to a top personal injury attorney, there were no…
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What Goes Into Organising a National Election?

Contributed Post Somewhere in the world, national elections are held every year. For most countries, an election comes around every 4 or 5 years, sometimes sooner. It’s the time when power is handed to people, who can then choose who they want to represent them at the highest levels. Of course, democracy is always about debating and deciding which way forward is best for the people of a particular country. But what actually goes into an election? What are the most important pillars of an election? Read on to find out. Each Country Has Its Own Format There are so many different types of government and democracy out there. And if you’re interested in learning more about them, you should do some further research. There…
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