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If Trump gets his NAFTA review right, it could define his presidency

During a recent interview with the Associated Press, President Donald Trump declared that his administration is working on a plan to renegotiate NAFTA. If the president isn’t satisfied with the new terms of the so-far “disastrous” trade deal, he says its termination is still very much on the table.

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An awesome reason for Trump to slash regulations

President Donald Trump ran on a promise of regulatory reforms to make it easier to do business in the U.S.– and he couldn’t have arrived in the White House at a better time to do so. A recent poll found that 40 percent of school students in grades 5 through 12 are interested in starting a business after graduating.

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Age of reason

By the time a child grows up and goes through the “public education” system, he/she has no thoughts of his/her own. And among those state-worship thoughts drummed into heads is the notion that there is no way forward without higher education.

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Washington chatter: Top stories to watch this week

Do the first 100 days of a presidency still set the tone? President Donald Trump says they don’t– but Washington’s establishment media isn’t going to stop talking about the 100-day marker (which falls on April 29) this week. We don’t really care about the symbolism of the “first 100 days,” just whether Trump is making good on his promises to voters. Here are some top stories to shed light on where he stands this week, along with other top political news.

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Robots – What’s inside is valuable and important

There’s a lot of talk about the coming disruption of the Robot Age. But the thing is, robots are here. They’ve been here for a while now, even though most of us don’t see them on a day to day basis. Finding them may be easier than just looking at an auto production line, which is the standard media example of robotics in action.

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Orthodox medicine embracing the food-is-medicine concept

One of my main criticisms of orthodox medicine over the years has been the lack of real nutritional training and understanding for and by doctors. My years of research led me to understand that almost all of America’s health problems are directly related to diet. In other words, when Americans get sick, what they need is a wholesale change in diet, not synthetic chemicals to mask the symptoms of disease. Many researchers in the past and the present know this, and I’ve written about it for more than 20 years. Now orthodox medicine is finally listening.

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Mr. Sessions, the correct answer was ‘no’

Following news that the Trump administration is readying charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other whistleblowers, some mainstream media outlets are pondering whether the Justice Department could also go after reporters who covered the leaks. And Attorney Jeff Sessions won’t say whether the concerns are justified.

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Mr. Sessions, the correct answer was ‘no’

Following news that the Trump administration is readying charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other whistleblowers, some mainstream media outlets are pondering whether the Justice Department could also go after reporters who covered the leaks. And Attorney Jeff Sessions won’t say whether the concerns are justified.

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Mr. Sessions, the correct answer was ‘no’

Following news that the Trump administration is readying charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other whistleblowers, some mainstream media outlets are pondering whether the Justice Department could also go after reporters who covered the leaks. And Attorney Jeff Sessions won’t say whether the concerns are justified.

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Mr. Sessions, the correct answer was ‘no’

Following news that the Trump administration is readying charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and other whistleblowers, some mainstream media outlets are pondering whether the Justice Department could also go after reporters who covered the leaks. And Attorney Jeff Sessions won’t say whether the concerns are justified.

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