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#INN Turns 1

The May 1, 2012 build-up to Infinity News Network’s official launch had caused tremendous planning and stress, though a good stress, a nervous excitement of knowing we were about to release something #revolutionary

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The Saudi National The Media Won’t Talk About

Journalists, even those at major news networks, who have filed stories on this have had their reports unpublished or removed from the Internet. So, don’t the American people deserve an answer about what’s going on here?

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Update: More Info on Boston Mass. Bomber Being Hidden By Government

There is a lot of evidence linking Abdul Rahman Ali Isa al-Salmi al-Harbi to terrorist activity, along with a lot of unanswered questions. We should not allow our government to deport someone with this many links and this many unanswered questions back to his home country until we know the truth

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Why Is The U.S. Government Hiding This Boston Bombing Suspect?

Official reports about the Saudi suspect, whom we now know is named Abdul Rahman Ali Isa al-Salmi al-Harbi, have changed drastically from calling him a suspect, to a person of interest, to a witness, and now having no connection to the marathon bombings whatsoever

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Heroes Emerge From Boston Bombing

Out of the horror and carnage of the Boston Maraton bombing on Monday, kindness and humanity spread rapidly, outweighing the terrorism

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The Real Marriage Equality Issue

Why are we begging the federal government to allow us to marry who we love? We should just be able to. Why must the government of the United States of America dictate every aspect of our lives?

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What If We All Did This?

It’s simple. People pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can not afford a warm beverage. The tradition of “suspended coffees” started in Naples, Italy, but has since spread across the world

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CPAC And The Defense of Internet Freedom

At CPAC it is sometimes hard to get away from someone preaching to the choir. It is so often a conservative talking to conservatives about things that conservatives love or hate. However, there are certain things that not all conservatives agree on. Internet freedom and internet piracy is certainly one of them

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CPAC 2013 – [Photos]

Check out some of our photos from the Conservative Political Action Conference, from Friday, March 15, 2013

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How CPAC Dropped the Ball

CPAC is a great event that helps to unite likeminded conservatives so they can stand together for conservative principles in our country. However, they have to realize what time it is. They have to realize who the true conservatives are, and who the conservatives are who are really making a difference today, not yesterday

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