Monthly Archives: February, 2017

Trump to Sign New Travel Order Wednesday

President Donald Trump is expected to sign a new refugee and immigration executive order Wednesday, the day after he addresses lawmakers at a joint session of Congress, a senior administration official says. Advertisements

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Trump seeking $54B increase in defense spending, cuts elsewhere

President Trump plans to seek what he’s calling a “historic” $54 billion increase in defense spending, while pursuing cuts elsewhere in the federal government, as part of his upcoming budget plan.

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ISIS terror threat ‘is highest since days of IRA,’ UK terror laws watchdog says

ISIS is  planning “indiscriminate attacks” on UK citizens on a scale similar to those perpetrated by the IRA 40 years ago, the new terrorism watchdog has said. Max Hill QC, the new Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, warned that Islamists were targeting UK cities and said there was an “enormous ongoing risk which none of us …

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Bush breaks silence on Trump, urges ‘welcoming’ immigration policy

Bush is out of there, and should stay out of it.  Besides, for 8 years during the Odummer reign, not a peep from Bush. Former President George W. Bush offered what appeared to be a thinly veiled critique of his Republican successor on Monday, as he defended the importance of the media and immigration policies that …

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Iraq: Officials recapture new neighborhood in Mosul

A senior commander said Iraqi militarized police captured a neighborhood in western Mosul on Sunday morning amid clashes with Islamic State militants. Maj. Gen. Haider al-Maturi of the Federal Police Commandos Division told The Associated Press that his troops entered the Tayaran neighborhood.

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Trump says not going to White House Correspondents dinner

Saturday President Trump said that he will not attend the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, escalating his battle with the news media and raising questions about the future of the annual event.

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Nearly half of students in college think they will receive federal loan forgiveness

These little snowflakes think everything in life is free.  But what do we expect, they are brain washed from birth. Almost  half of college students recently polled believe they won’t be saddled with student loans soon after graduation.

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Virginia Gov. McAuliffe quashes rumors he’ll run against Trump in 2020

Sunday Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, a high-profile Democrat and Clinton family supporter, is an outspoken Donald Trump critic but said that he has “no intentions” of challenging the Republican president for the White House in 2020.

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Army vet faces trial for posting flags at VA site, Sessions asked to intervene

A 74-year-old U.S. Army veteran is set to go on trial next month for the ‘crime’ of posting two American flags on the fence of a Los Angeles VA facility — and the Justice Department is facing calls to drop the case.

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Trump rejects DHS intelligence report on travel ban

Officials in President Trump’s administration Friday downplayed an intelligence report by the Homeland Security Department that contradicts the White House’s main arguement for implementing a travel ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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