SURPRISE! OBAMA’S ‘IDEA FACTORY’ BACKS ISRAELI STRIKE ON IRAN

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TEL AVIV – In a surprising policy paper, the Center for American Progress, or CAP, the so-called idea factory of the White House, expressed support under certain circumstances for an Israeli strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities if international negotiations eventually fail.

CAP was founded by John Podesta, who currently serves as President Obama’s senior adviser and White House counselor.

The think tank is known for its singular influence over the Obama administration, with many of its recommendations being utilized by the White House.

CAP’s visiting fellow, Shlomo Brom, authored a Nov. 17 CAP paper with a list of recommendation seven days before the now-passed Nov. 24 deadline for the conclusion of a deal between the P5+1 and Iran on Tehran’s nuclear program.

The deadline passed Monday, with the world powers agreeing to extend nuclear talks for seven months after comprehensive talks failed to produce a deal.

CAP’s report issued a…

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FERGUSON THUGS BEAT, CARJACK ELDERLY WHITE MAN ON OXYGEN

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While businesses burned to the ground and black mobs ran wild through the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, on Monday night, an elderly white man, dependent on oxygen to breathe, strolled out to his car in the parking lot of a pizza joint to retrieve an oxygen tank from his car.

Moments later, he was brutally attacked by marauding thugs “seeking justice” for Mike Brown.

A TV news crew looking to capture scenes of the protesters’ carnage along a main thoroughfare in town, Florissant Road, drove up to Faraci Pizza before emergency crews arrived and videotaped the victim lying crumpled on the pavement, his oxygen tank perched across his body.

“You need to take us live. Some gentlemen was in his car, he was on oxygen, they stole his car, left him on the ground. We’re standing here where he is,” said reporter Robin Smith of KMOV-TV.

In the video, eyewitnesses can be heard…

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