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Mysterious ‘Loch Ness Monster’ Looking Creature Washed Up On A Georgia Beach

A mysterious and strange looking creature has washed up on a Georgia beach. The animal looks incredibly similar to the infamous and fabled “Loch Ness Monster.” According to Science Alert, Georgia resident Jeff Warren stumbled across the remains of the creature while boating with his son at Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge in Golden Isles, […]

10 Very Strange Facts About The August 21 Solar Eclipse That Will Absolutely Blow Your Mind

In just a matter of days we are going to witness the most unusual solar eclipse in U.S. history. Could it be possible that all of the very strange “coincidences” surrounding this event have some sort of special significance?  The mainstream media has been buzzing about this upcoming solar eclipse for months, and it will […]

12 Critical Events That Are Going To Happen Over A 40 Day Period From August 21st To September 30th

We are about to witness an extremely unusual convergence of events that many believe could represent a major turning point for our nation.  By now you have probably heard that on August 21st a total solar eclipse will move across the entire continental United States for the first time in decades.  In fact, we have […]

Jon Ossoff Spent 7.6x More Than Handel Per Vote…For Nothing

Last night’s special election for Georgia’s 6th District was historic for many reasons, not the least of which was the shear amount of money that flowed into the race.  As we pointed out last night, Jon Ossoff spent a staggering $22 million dollars versus only $3 million for Handel…all for a seat where candidates usually […]

Will Georgia’s 6th District Mark Ground Zero Of The “Resistance”? / by Tyler Durden / Jun 19, 2017 12:13 PM Democrats have portrayed the runoff for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, which will take place tomorrow, as a referendum on Trump’s first months in office.  The runoff pits Democrat Jon Ossoff against Republican Karen Handel in a race that has drawn national attention and historic levels of spending with […]

What’s The Oldest Business In Your State? / by Tyler Durden / Apr 30, 2017 7:30 PM Is the oldest business in your state a mom-and-pop shop, or a famous megabrand? Today’s infographic from Busy Beaver Button Co. maps the diverse range of companies that claim to be the oldest in their respective states. While many of them exist today as modest family-owned businesses such as […]

Democrat Ossoff Fails To Clinch Majority In Closely Watched Georgia Special Election / by Tyler Durden / Apr 19, 2017 In a closely watched special election in Georgia, novice Democrat Jon Ossoff appeared to fall short of the majority he needed to win outright and is expected to advance to a runoff in Georgia’s special election after failing to clinch a majority of the vote on Tuesday in […]

“Make Trump Furious”: Georgia Special Election Voting Begins

The super Liberal Democrat in the Georgia Congressioal race tomorrow wants to protect criminals, allow illegal immigration and raise taxes! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 17, 2017 / by Tyler Durden / Apr 18, 2017 9:53 AM The Democratic Party and the mainstream media have thrown their full force behind the election of a 30-year-old political […]

Caught On Tape In Atlanta: “State Of Emergency, The Entire Bridge Is Compromised”

Authored by Mac Slavo via, If you were looking for confirmation that the nation’s infrastructure needs a complete overhaul, a collapsing bridge in Atlanta may have provided it in stark imagery. Around 6:30 p.m. Thursday night, a fire broke out under a section of the highway bridge on busy I-85 in Atlanta, Georgia. Just […]

Russian Ambassador To UN Vitaly Churkin Has “Died Suddenly” In New York

Vitaly Churkin, who served as Russia’s permanent representative to the United Nations since 2006, “died suddenly” in New York, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced. Churkin died one day before his 65th birthday. Russia’s deputy U.N. ambassador, Vladimir Safronkov, told AP that Churkin became ill and was taken to Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, where he died Monday. […]