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Colchester craft beer and coffee retailer Two Brews celebrates Twitter mention from Dragon’s Den’s Theo Paphitis - Latest Ipswich News - Ipswich Star
Paul Stephens, of Two Brews, Crouch St, Colchester. Paul Stephens, owner of Two Brews in Crouch Street, Colchester, was delighted after Theo Paphitis of TV’s Dragon’s Den selected his store as part of his weekly promotion of small businesses on Twitter, describing it as “an amazing boost”. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by booyaa
New Bitcoin ETF Effort Launched by Money Management Firm
VanEck, which is headquartered in New York, is seeking to create the “VanEck Vectors Bitcoin Strategy ETF”. The goal, SEC filings reveal, is to have the ETF listed on the Nasdaq exchange. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
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By supporting our efforts to spread the word of God you can make non-deductible contributions by clicking on the donation buttons below.Your monthly or one time donation helps our recording efforts of God's Word Speaks!  Thank you! Russian Device Cures Diseases! via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
JAMES FETZER: Scott Bennett: Mueller: The Next Manchurian Candidate
No, not because of all these things is Robert Mueller the most dangerous man in the world today. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
Miguel on Twitter: "Eu do Trump já só espero que ele anuncie a primeira edição dos Hunger Games."
Eu do Trump já só espero que ele anuncie a primeira edição dos Hunger Games. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Werderbach
WTI Lifts Towards $48 After Biggest Crude Inventory Draw Since September | Zero Hedge
WTI slipped back to almost a $46 handle today before bouncing modestly into the close ahead of tonight's API report, with all bullish eyes hoping last week's surprise gasoline build was a 'blip'. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, and Charlottesville | The New Yorker
On Monday morning, President Trump finally got around to reciting a few appropriate sentences about the lethal violence that white supremacists had unleashed over the weekend at a rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. “Racism is evil,” the President announced. The guilty will be prosecuted. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Is America Headed for a New Kind of Civil War? | The New Yorker
A day after the brawling and racist brutality and deaths in Virginia, Governor Terry McAuliffe asked, “How did we get to this place?” The more relevant question after Charlottesville—and other deadly episodes in Ferguson, Charleston, Dallas, Saint Paul, Baltimore, Baton Rouge, and Alexandria via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
The Austenista | New Republic
Many years ago, I went to a conference of the Jane Austen Society of North America. We met in the Fairmont Chateau at Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies, which was said to be the original of the hotel in Stephen King’s The Shining. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Racism, Medievalism, and the White Supremacists of Charlottesville | New Republic
The appropriation of faux-medieval culture by modern racists happens everywhere. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
We Just Might Be Stuck With Donald Trump | New Republic
Though a reminder was hardly needed, occurring as it did against a backdrop of reckless nuclear threats against North Korea and a campaign of intimidation directed at Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller, Donald Trump’s ignominious response to the deadly white-supremacist demonstratio via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Charlottesville’s Faces of Hate | New Republic
The neo-Nazis and white supremacists who marched and brawled in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend wore their whiteness like a shield. It was proudly evident in their uncovered faces and their arms outstretched in Hitler salutes. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
Trump’s Racism and the Myth of “Cultural Marxism” | New Republic
On Monday morning, after two days of flailing around with ambiguous statements, President Donald Trump finally denounced the racist violence that led to the death of a counter-protester in Charlottesville, Virginia. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by drewcaldwell
#PumpUpThaVolume: August 15, 2017 – Media Monarchy
Media Monarchy DJ’s live every weekday from 12-1pm PT on http://ift.tt/2oBnlNw. Today we played: via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
Who has fanned the flames of fascism? Our politicians and newspapers | Owen Jones | Opinion | The Guardian
We mourn brave a hero like Bernard Kenny, while the rightwing racists boldy rise. Blame those marching in Charlottesville, but also look to the real perpetrators They pour the petrol and then wonder why it burns. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Werderbach
Tim Caputo on Twitter: "One person was arrested for breaking the glass at the Holocaust Memorial in Boston. 2nd time someone's done this is 6 weeks. Motive unclear. https://t.co/YIXjYDrbzC"
One person was arrested for breaking the glass at the Holocaust Memorial in Boston. 2nd time someone's done this is 6 weeks. Motive unclear. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by tulbox
Trump Backpedals on Charlottesville: ‘There Is Blame on Both Sides’
After a speech about a new executive order concerning infrastructure at Trump Tower in New York Tuesday, President Trump defended his response Saturday to the violent white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville, Virginia, saying that it was impossible to make a judgment in real time on ra via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku
Anthony Scaramucci Spills the Beans on White House Coup d’Etat | The Sleuth Journal
[image: vanityfair.com](The Real Agenda News) WASHINGTON – No US president in recent history has been elected without the help of the military-industrial-banking-political complex and all US presidents have been under the control of the same forces since at least 1910. via Pocket
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20 hours ago by Buffalo_Goku

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