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President Trump’s Speech in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

 

President Trump’s tone of voice was quiet, his speech tempo measured, his rhetoric at times stern and then hopeful, and the content of his speech to the Arab countries was solid. Those expecting verbal flame throwing were disappointed. Those expecting detailed policy positions were also disappointed. The disappointment comes from those who don’t really like […]

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ON U.S. SOIL: Turkish Embassy Workers Beat Up American Protesters

 

The people you see kicking are the President of Turkey’, Tayyip Erdogan’s,  hooligans. They are the ones in suits kicking the heads of American Kurdish protestors. Here’s the video: #Erdoğan‘ın korumaları kavgaya karıştı https://t.co/gsi1iQ68Ye #amerikaninsesi pic.twitter.com/Jv3g5E7AVA — Amerika’nın Sesi (@VOATurkish) May 17, 2017 It is vicious and the police have billy clubs and can’t stop […]

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Chelsea AKA Bradley Manning Out of Prison Today

 

For those pining for the days of President Obama, remember these kinds of decisions were routine:   1st tweet by Chelsea Manning, former Army PFC Bradley Manning. There’d be no Wikileaks without Manning’s leaks of classified information. https://t.co/tlKBrZA9Nq — Jennifer Griffin (@JenGriffinFNC) May 17, 2017 The champion of the Left, the originator of material for […]

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Anti-U.S. Backlash in the Balkan Caldron

 

House Judiciary Chair, Republican Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) is leading a 15-member delegation on an urgent mission to Greece, Bosnia, Albania, Macedonia, Kosovo, and Italy as evidence mounts that Obama-era favoritism continues — to the detriment of citizens, local institutions, and regional stability. The Congressional Delegation (known as a codel) departed Saturday for a ten-day investigation […]

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America Needs Modernized Missile Defense to Counter Serious North Korea Threat

 

Is America a lumbering giant wound in bureaucratic red tape, unable to keep up with the serious threat posed by a nimble, focused North Korea? That is the question America faces today. North Korea presents a threat of nuclear missile attack against America today more serious than at any time since the Cold War, but […]

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Daniela Green: American Traitor

 

Why is Daniela Green free? An FBI agent with top-secret clearance investigating a terrorist in Syria, goes to Syria, marries the terrorist, and provides aid and comfort to him. She somehow escapes, comes back to the United States, cooperates with the FBI, and goes to prison for two years and is now free. This story […]

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Admiral Harris: Be Very Afraid of North Korea

 

Despite the fact that North Korea proclaimed that war with the United States is “imminent,” the world probably won’t explode next week. Then again, it might. By all reports, Pacific Command commander Admiral Harry Harris is a cool-headed warrior, not someone given to shouting that the sky is falling. (A Japanese-American, his appointment as PACOM […]

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Susan Rice’s Revealing Twitter Account

 

Susan Rice’s Twitter account is one of many windows on her partisanship. Even in the midst of an investigation into her political espionage, she can’t resist a few feverish re-tweets. The most remarkable one came on Thursday. It was a re-tweet of a reckless column by E.J. Dionne that seeks to revive, sans evidence, the […]

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Dear Canada, No More Trees Please

 

Wondering where the impetus for President Trump’s recent actions slapping tariffs on Canadian softwood lumber came from? A simple phrase helps to figure it out: cui bono — who benefits? The answer to that is fairly simple: the American lumber industry. Unsurprisingly, that is exactly who pushed these tariffs. Unfortunately, if you’re planning on buying a house, […]

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Israel Is the Key to Solving the World’s Water Crisis

 

During the 20th century, the world saw the greatest population boom in human history. The annual growth rate of the world’s population stands at 1.6 percent and the world population is expected to grow from 8 billion to 10 billion by the year 2100. The need to fix our ever-growing water shortage has never been […]

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