Monthly Archives: April, 2017
Wednesday a top U.S. commander in the Pacific said he believes Hawaii needs more missile interceptors in response to the growing threat on North Korea and Pyongyang’s capability to launch a rocket.
The DOD inspector general has launched a probe into whether former national security adviser Michael Flynn failed to obtain prior approval for foreign payments he received – as new documents indicate he was warned about such arrangements.
Wednesday President Trump upped his battle with the federal appeals court potentially standing in the way of his agenda, saying he “absolutely” has considered proposals to break up the San Francisco-based 9th Circuit.
ISIS managed to make its own tunnel-boring machine (see photo above), a hideous but effective part of the group’s arsenal. The discovery of the ISIS machine is credited to the Iraqi Army’s 9th Division, after which Devin Morrow, a technical adviser with Conflict Armament Research, analyzed the machine.
Wednesday all 10o senators met at the White House for a briefing on North Korea. While North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has a reputation for bizarre behavior, the nuclear arsenal and aspirations of the Republic are being taken seriously.
Wednesday President Trump, accused political opponents of “judge shopping” in their bid to block some of his signature executive orders and vowed to take his case to the Supreme Court – after a federal judge blocked his attempt to cut off sanctuary city funding.
See how corrupt Demonrats are, yet fools still vote for them. The University of California hid a stash of $175 million in secret funds while its leaders requested more money from the state, an audit released on Tuesday said.
President Trump’s tax plan calls for a sizable increase to the standard deduction Americans can take when filing taxes, potentially allowing taxpayers to keep more of their income – to the tune of a couple thousand dollars, White House sources told Fox News.
Karen Danczuk is hoping to become an MP after applying to be a Labour candidate at the general election on 8 June. Mrs Danczuk, who found fame posting “selfies” on Twitter, is hoping to be chosen to stand for Labour in the marginal Bury North constituency.
The Russians have apparently re-surfaced, this time allegedly empowering Taliban forces, U.S. military officials want more troops to control insurgent factions and 2016 saw a record number of civilian casualties. Furthermore, terrorists Friday committed the deadliest attack on Afghan troops at their own base in the 16-year U.S-led war, prompting the resignation of the country’s defense chiefs.