Monthly Archives: December, 2016

Russian PM Medvedev: Obama Ending Term in ‘Anti-Russian Agony’

Just a day after Russia was hit with sanctions for a cyberattack during the U.S. presidential elections, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev tweeted “RIP” to the outgoing Obama administration. Advertisements

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France Raises ‘Terror Tax’ to Support Victims of Attacks

Why should anyone have to pay a tax, just because dumb ass politicians have open borders, and let terrorists in? French citizens will contribute an extra 1.60 euros ($1.67) on their property insurance policies to help finance a fund for victims of the extremist attacks that have recently hit the country.

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US gives detailed look at Russia’s alleged election hacking

Detailed? Where?  No where have they shown us anything, but give us double talk. The U.S. has released its most detailed report yet on accusations that Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential election by hacking American political sites and email accounts.

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Putin gives up on Obama – vows not to stoop to his level

President Vladimir Putin said Friday he would not kick out American diplomats — one day after President Barack Obama moved to expel 35 Russian intelligence operatives.

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Donald Trump dismisses US sanctions threat to Russia

President-elect Donald Trump has dismissed the US threat to increase sanctions against Russia, saying “we ought to get on with our lives”. Odummzy said he  will retaliate for the alleged hacking by Russia of the Democratic Party during the recent presidential election campaign.

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New Syria cease-fire set to begin at midnight

The major players involved in the long-running Syrian conflict have agreed to a cease-fire set to begin at midnight on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin said earlier in the day.

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Trump team causes tizzy with personnel inquiries to Obama agencies

Donald Trump’s transition team is asking federal agencies about their work on hot-button issues like climate change and ‘violent extremism’ — and about the staffers involved — have spurred questions over what the incoming administration has planned for those programs.

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Obama designates two national monuments, outrages Republicans

Obama designated two national monuments in Utah and Nevada Wednesday as part of the outgoing president’s efforts to secure and expand his environmental legacy, and to possibly bind the hands of President-elect Donald Trump.

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Congress moving to cut US funding to UN in wake of anti-Israel vote

We know now that Congress is already setting the stage to cut off U.S. funding to the UN in the wake of a contested vote last week in which the Obama administration permitted an anti-Israel resolution to win overwhelming approval, according to congressional leaders, who told the Washington Free Beacon that the current administration is already plotting to take further …

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Trump assures Israel, blasts Obama over ‘roadblocks’

Wednesday President-elect Donald Trump blasted President Obama over his administration’s treatment of Israel, accusing him of making “inflammatory” statements and putting up “roadblocks” that are hampering the transition.

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