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Bumper64

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  1. There is a reason why so many of these dinar sites come and go 🤥 and DV stands alone as the best of the best when it comes to honesty and integrity!!! 😏😎 Its not just Adams staff but also its members that makes us the best. We are here to do our best to protect our members from getting taken and also protecting DVs name!! 👊 bump from me to all of you!! Bumper64
  2. Thank you all so much!! I love this group of people at DV!!
  3. Hello DV family, I have been getting emails for a few of my long time friends on here asking where I've been so I thought I would let everyone know whats been going on with me as of late. I have been in and out of the hospital a lot as of late due to having kidney stones and Colon Cancer. I have had several surgeries to remove the cancer, kidney stones blasted 3 times and a mediport installed in my chest for chemo treatments in the last few months. I had a PET Scan a couple weeks back and I just got my results back a few days ago and I am happy to say that it showed
  4. The people of Venezuela took to the streets today to demand their freedom from the violent, authoritarian, and socialist regime of Nicolas Maduro. President Donald J. Trump has been monitoring the situation minute-by-minute throughout the day. Earlier this year, President Trump officially recognized Juan Guaido, President of Venezuela’s democratically elected National Assembly, as the country’s legitimate president. Speaking outside the White House today, National Security Adviser John Bolton was clear on where America stands: “The President wants to see a peaceful transfer of power from Ma
  5. Video John Solomon on the post-Mueller questions that could turn the tables on collusion investigators The Hill executive vice president John Solomon and 'The Russia Hoax' author Gregg Jarrett discuss their Mueller report predictions. As partisan Democrats and the liberal media hyperventilate over Attorney General William Barr’s release of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday, they’re willfully ignoring the fact that they already know what the report concludes: Two years and $35 million was spent investigating a lie. Barr has alre
  6. More workers expect job offers, higher salaries, NY Fed poll shows Just because the U.S. economy has slowed doesn’t mean companies have stopped hiring or people have given up looking for work. Far from it. Americans still think plenty of jobs are available and companies are offering better pay as they compete for a shrinking pool of available labor, new study by the New York Federal Reserve shows. The Fed study is the latest proof the jobs market continues to sizzle. The rate of layoffs each week — known as jobless claims — fell below 200
  7. Great post Adam, I always love reading your thoughts on what's going on with this investment.
  8. Growth in hourly pay slows a bit after reaching a 10-year high Employees take a break, but not for long. The U.S. added 196,000 new jobs in March, showing the labor market still has plenty of punch even though the economy has slowed. The numbers: The U.S. created 196,000 new jobs last month after a swoon in February, an encouraging gain that hints growth in the economy is ready for a revival. Hiring increased in most major segments of the economy, most notably health care and white-collar firms. The flush of new jobs kept the unemployment rate near a 50-year low
  9. A broken asylum system all but guarantees entry if you bring children. By The Editorial Board March 31, 2019 3:54 p.m. ET In this photo provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, migrants are seen inside an enclosure in El Paso after crossing the border between Mexico and the United States illegally and turning themselves in to request asylum. PHOTO: MANI ALBRECHT/U.S. CUSTOMS AND B/ZUMA PRESS Immigration politics is so polarized that right and left have a veto over any constructive policy. Yet a genuine crisis is bui
  10. The news that special counsel Robert S. Mueller III “did not find that the Trump campaign, or anyone associated with it, conspired or coordinated with the Russian government” has left a lot of people in Washington with a lot of explaining to do. Put aside the rogues’ gallery of reporters and pundits who assured us that Donald Trump had conspired with Vladimir Putin to steal the presidency. What is most insidious are those who did have access to classified intelligence and led Americans to believe that they had seen what we could not: actual evidence of Trump-Russia collusion.
  11. President Trump declared a national emergency to free up funding for his border wall between the U.S and Mexico. But declaring a national emergency isn’t new -- in fact, the use of emergency powers is older than the country itself. USA TODAY, Just the FAQs In declaring a state of emergency, President Trump is using pre-existing statutory authority to address a legitimate crisis, say attorneys general from Texas, Indiana and Louisiana. “President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration is a proper use of executive power to protect our country’s borders and keep
  12. Today, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) signed a resolution to disapprove of President Donald J. Trump’s national emergency for the crisis on our southern border. The President had a one-word response for the Democrat-led bill: “VETO!” The stakes couldn’t be clearer, as Vice President Mike Pence laid out in an interview with Fox News. “A vote against the President's national emergency declaration is a vote to deny the humanitarian and security crisis that's happening at our southern border.” This morning, three state Attorneys General explained the Constitutional authority President
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