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Great News: 44 Afghan Troops Have Gone Missing in the United States the Past Two Years

Well, it’s not as if rogue Afghans pose a terror threat or anything like that. Oh wait, they actually do. But since climate change is the greatest threat we face and not Muslim terrorists, this can’t be a big deal, … Continued
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