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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

11/6 theintelhub.com

November 5, 2012 at 11:46 PM


By JG Vibes theintelhub.com November 6, 2012 While the mainstream media is celebrating the fact that military troops are on the streets in areas of New York and New Jersey, there are many people who are very unsettled by their presence, and understandably so. In addition to the military involvement there is also a heavy [...]
November 5, 2012 at 8:42 PM


Shepard Ambellas | Russian military flexes its muscles at the US boasting a Nuclear Sub in Eastern waters during a time of vulnerability.
November 5, 2012 at 5:40 PM


Alex Thomas | The credibility of the Red Cross has come under fire once again after Staten Island Borough President James Molinaro slammed the organization during a now viral press conference.

4 comments:

  1. Donate to The Salvation Army, They will make your buck go farther than any of them

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    1. The Salvation Army actually uses donations from citizens who wish to help their brothers and sisters in need by feeding and clothing victims without question. During Katrina the American Red Cross took in millions of dollars of donations and only helped those who could pay for the services. Such an atrocity.
      In New Orleans people who lost everything they owned and had no money or no place to go had to PAY the Red Cross to get so much as a hot cup of coffee!!!!

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  2. they are just as bad

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  3. Not true, anonymous. The Salvation Army is head and shoulders above the Red Cross.

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