Monthly Archives: March, 2017
Senator John McCain is making waves, over comments he made about the ruler of North Korea. It seems that his verbal put-down of dictator Kim Jong Un earlier this month – “this crazy fat kid” – was met with a stiff, angry response from the communist regime, which warned McCain of dire consequences to follow.
Thursday President Trump’s former deputy campaign manager said that an ex-Obama administration official who admitted former colleagues tried to gather intelligence on Trump team ties to Russia should be subpoenaed by Congress “immediately.”
Russia has agreed to send a batch of fighter jets, battle tanks and armored vehicles to Serbia. According to Serbian Defense Minister Zoran Djordjevic, during a visit by the Balkan nation’s Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic to Moscow earlier this week Putin pledged that Russia will soon send the country six MiG-29 fighter jets, 30 T-72 tanks …
Thursday Trump struck back at the House caucus that sunk his ObamaCare replacement bill, threatening their legislative careers if the staunchly conservative members refuse to get on board with the new president’s agenda.
Isn’t it about time these asses are arrested for disobeying the law and abetting criminals? Recently a Massachusetts lawmaker posted an online warning to illegal immigrants about an upcoming Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) “raid” in the area.
It’s official, British Prime Minister Theresa May has started the formal process that will divorce the United Kingdom from the European Union, overturning four decades of integration with its neighbors and shaking the foundations of a block that is facing challenges to its identity and its place in the world.
A former top Obama administration official has acknowledged efforts by her colleagues to gather intelligence on Trump team ties to Russia before Donald Trump took office and to conceal the sources of that intelligence from the incoming administration.
The push over the last decade by international maritime ports to fully automate operations has sparked the ire of many U.S. longshoremen whose high-paying jobs and way of life are at stake. The trend also sets up a battle between their unions and companies and governments who see automation as a cleaner, more efficient and …