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June 6 is the 157th day of the year (158th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 208 days remaining until the end of the year.

1944: D-Day marks start of Europe invasion
Thousands of Allied troops are landing on the beaches of Normandy in northern France at the start of a major offensive against the Germans.

1975: UK embraces Europe in referendum
British voters back the UK's continued membership of the EEC by two-to-one in a nationwide referendum. THEY JOINED THE EU. 

On This Date
1844 The Young Men's Christian Association was founded in London.
1925 Walter Percy Chrysler founded the Chrysler Corp.
1933 The first drive-in movie theater opened, in Camden County, N.J.
1934 The Securities and Exchange Commission was established.
1966 Black activist James Meredith was shot and wounded as he walked along a Mississippi highway to encourage black voter registration.
1968 Sen. Robert F. Kennedy died at Good Samaritan Hospital in Los Angeles, a day after he was shot by Sirhan Bishara Sirhan.
1978 California voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 13, a ballot measure calling for major cuts in property taxes.
1982 Israeli forces invaded Lebanon to drive PLO fighters out of the country.
1985 Authorities in Brazil exhumed a body later identified as that of Dr. Josef Mengele, the Nazi doctor who conducted medical experiments on inmates at Auschwitz during World War II.
1990 The 2 Live Crew album "As Nasty As They Wanna Be" was ruled obscene by a federal judge in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.




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Police seized several weapons and arrested 14 protesters in Portland on Sunday as a day of demonstrations descended into chaos. The arrests were made throughout the course of the day at a "variety of locations” during multiple protests in the city’s downtown area, according to the Portland Police Department.

====Staph infections can easily turn into a deadly situation if they’re not treated quickly and properly. When Sanderson’s doctor learned that her son had been playing in a bounce house, which are typically used by thousands of children without regular cleanings, he knew then and there that was likely a staph issue. “It is like a wrestling mat. Staph infections come from a gym or something that’s not being washed or cleansed properly will start to create a bacteria,” the doctor said.

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Legendary rock band Kiss gave a big ol’ middle finger to anti-American clowns like Colin Kaepernick, Brandon Marshall, or any other athletes that have been disrespectful during the national anthem. The Hall of Fame rockers stopped one of their shows to honor military members, recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and then performed a rockin’ version of the national anthem. “You should remember, patriotism is always cool,” lead singer Paul Stanley told the crowd. “Loving your country is always cool. Standing up, respecting, and honoring our military is always cool.” Being a multi-millionaire for playing the game of football and whining about “oppression,” not so cool.


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'F*** them all': Alec Baldwin defends Kathy Griffin in a series of tweets and insists 'no one believes you intended to threaten Trump'
Griffin posted a provocative picture which showed her holding what appeared to be President Trump's severed head. She's received backlash with many claiming she was threatening the president
Baldwin defended Griffin, insisting 'no one' believed she wanted to hurt Trump. He asked the embattled comedian to ignore the critiques from Trump, whom he called a 'senile idiot'. The actor also called Republicans 'gutless' and 'weasels'.  THIS FROM OUR ROYAL CLASS- SO THEY THINK!


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DON'T LET THE DEMS LET THIS HAPPEN HERE!
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A couple of months ago, Czech President Milos Zeman made an unusual request: He urged citizens to arm themselves against a possible "super-Holocaust" carried out by Muslim terrorists.
Never mind that there are fewer than 4,000 Muslims in this country of 10 million people — gun purchases spiked. One shop owner in East Bohemia, a region in the northern center of the Czech Republic, told a local paper that people were scared of a "wave of Islamists." WHILE EU PASSES STRICT GUN LAWS!


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There are nearly 7.4 billion humans on planet Earth, but these 20 men and women make the world turn. Forbes’ annual ranking of the World’s Most Powerful People identifies one person out of every 100 million whose actions mean the most.
To compile the list, we considered hundreds of candidates from various walks of life all around the globe, and measured their power along four dimensions. First, we asked whether the candidate has power over lots of people. Next we assessed the financial resources controlled by each person. Then we determined if the candidate is powerful in multiple spheres. Lastly, we made sure that the candidates actively used their power. EH??? MAYBE!!!


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UK independent journalist Mark @markantro tweeted a video he took of CNN staging a phony demonstration of a Muslim peace group in London. He writes:
CNN creating the narrative #FakeNews
Note the white police officers leaving before the CNN shot & the Asian officers coming in. They then left after they went off air!
The video shows CNN journalist Becky Anderson staging the street theater. See her giving directions to police (or crisis actors) in yellow jackets, and a group of Muslims (a child, men, and women in head scarves), as each lays down flowers to terrorist victims and holds up professionally-printed #TurnToLove #ForLondon signs.





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Kristen Campbell Arrested For Sucker Punch On Lincoln Park Officer   Lincoln Park, MI – A woman ‘sucker-punched’ Lincoln Park Police Officer Patrick Culter during a traffic stop claiming she didn’t realize he was a police officer.



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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will closely monitor the situation in the Persian Gulf after six countries proceeded to cut ties with Qatar, which has been accused of destabilising the region and backing militant groups.
“We are close to the Gulf countries and we do not know what the issues are but, at the moment, we will monitor the developments,” Najib told reporters after visiting the TRX Gallery here, today.
Najib was asked whether the diplomatic row, which is seen as a significant split between powerful Gulf nations, would have an effect on Malaysia’s ties with the region.
Several Arab nations have accused Qatar of funding terror groups including the so-called Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda, a claim Qatar has denied.
The diplomatic withdrawal was put into motion by Bahrain and Saudi Arabia earlier today. The United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Yemen and Libya followed suit.


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LIBERAL TREASON!!!




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Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak has called for Europe to make "Christian values" a priority and end mass Muslim migration to the continent. In the aftermath of recent terrorist attacks in the UK, Poland's Interior Minister has connected the threat of terrorism in Western Europe with increasing numbers of Muslim immigrants from the Middle East and North Africa, and renewed calls for the EU to review its migration policy.

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While most of America, surprisingly even CNN, has been disgusted by Kathy Griffin’s photographs of a decapitated Trump head, Hollywood movie star Jim Carey felt that she didn’t go far enough. He started by sharing a disturbing dream he had about murdering President Trump.


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KATHY GRIFFIN ON DISRESPECTING THE PRESIDENT!
During a segment on Bravo’s Kathy on Thursday, Kathy Griffintore into Elisabeth Hasselbeck‘s critical question to President Obama on The View about gay marriage, where Hasselbeck asked the president how he would “move things forward any more than Mitt Romney.” With Hasselbeck’s “attitude to the president, who was a Harvard Law professor, I’m, like, take it down a notch, bitch,” Griffin said.


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The Labor senator Sam Dastyari contradicted Labor party policy on the South China Sea a day after influential Chinese billionaire Huang Xiangmo threatened to withdraw a promised $400,000 donation to the party, Four Corners has alleged.
The program, by Faifax’s Nick McKenzie, reports that Huang took exception to comments made by then Labor defence shadow Stephen Conroy that Australia’s defence force should be able to conduct freedom of navigation operations in the disputed area.
CHINA INTERFERING IN AUSTRALIAN POLITICS.

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Police shot the gunman dead after discovering the body of another man in the foyer in the serviced apartment in Brighton, 11km south-east of Melbourne’s central business district. The Seven Network is reporting the gunman called the organisation saying “This is for I.S [Islamic State]. This is for al-Qaida.”




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After yet another deadly terrorist attack swept through the streets of Britain late Saturday, lawmakers and leaders were scrambling to take back the reins and foil any further tragedies.
British Prime Minister Theresa May, speaking Sunday after a meeting of the government’s COBRA emergency committee, claimed there was “too much tolerance” of Islamist extremism in the U.K. and insisted that the country’s counterterrorism strategy would be reviewed.
While such reviews remain in preliminary stages, a British intelligence source told Fox News that it is an “all hands at the pump” approach, with Joint Intelligence Operations to be carried out collaboratively with M15, Scotland Yard and the Army’s Special Air Service (SAS) all involved.
The points of focus include: recruiting and deploying even more counterterrorism officers, and pushing through new laws to “round up” suspected terrorists and, if convicted, stripping them of their citizenship as a deterrent.
“There is also early talk that things could go as far as banning the burka,” the source said.
The burka debate has, for more than a decade, divided much of the British community. In 2006, MP and government minister Jack Straw first advocated support for such a prohibition in the media, but several years later apologized following the backlash. Nearby European countries such as France, Austria, Germany and Belgium have, over the years, implemented different degrees of legislation to restrict the wearing of full-face veils.
WELL NOW FINALLY??




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With the pound sliding against the euro, continental getaways are costlier. Budget-conscious travellers want value in their weekend breaks. Step up Krakow. Those hard-earned pounds — exchanged for zloty, not euros — go a long way in Poland’s most cultural city. Four-star hotel rooms can be bagged for £50 a night and flights from London can be about £60 return. With a meal for two costing £25, a weekend break can be kept to around £200 per person.

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