Monthly Archives: June, 2017

Trump administration sets new visa rules for travel-ban countries

Wednesday the Trump Administration  set new criteria for visa applicants from six mainly Muslim nations and all refugees that require a “close” family or business tie to the United States. Advertisements

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Trump says he has a ‘big surprise on health care, Secretary Dr. Tom Price weighs in

Tuesday, Senate GOP leaders delayed the vote on legislation to overhaul the Affordable Care Act  but Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price says he’s still confident the bill will pass.

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Scaramucci calls Russia story ‘nonsense,’ warns media ‘integrity’ at risk after CNN retraction

Anthony Scaramucci, the former Trump adviser at the heart of a now-retracted CNN story, warned Thursday that media organizations everywhere need to “tighten up editorial standards” or risk their “integrity” – while calling the Russia collusion controversy “a bunch of nonsense.”

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Sanders pans FBI probe of wife as ‘pathetic,’ but the allegations against her are serious

No what’s pathetic, is the fact that Demonrats are the corrupt ones, who believe they are above the law, yet they still go after Trump who hasn’t done anything wrong.

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19th ObamaCare co-op folds, leaving only 4 operating in 2018

Minuteman Health of Massachusetts and New Hampshire announced it is withdrawing from the Affordable Care Act exchanges in 2018, leaving only four co-ops in operation. The co-op will stop writing business on January 1 and organize a new company, Minuteman Insurance Company, instead.

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President Trump attacks Amazon on Twitter, says it doesn’t pay ‘internet taxes’

The latest battle between President Donald Trump and Jeff Bezos, Trump accused the Bezos-led Amazon of not paying taxes.

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Trump administration plans border wall models in summer

The agency in charge of U.S. border security plans to start building prototypes for President Trump’s proposed wall with Mexico later this summer. Tuesday Ronald Vitiello, Customs and Border Protection’s acting deputy commissioner, said  that four to eight companies will get contracts for prototypes in San Diego that could be models for the roughly 2,000-mile border. …

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Trump turns up pressure on China amid N. Korea concerns

The alliance between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping seems to have cooled considerably after Beijing failed to rein in North Korea’s nuclear ambitions and missile program.

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Swedish Christian Kids Banned From Saying Grace At Mealtimes, Can No Longer Say ‘Amen’

A Christian preschool in Sweden has banned children from saying grace at mealtimes, talking about the Bible, or saying “Amen”. The decision to forbid children at the school in Umea to engage in religious practices was reached after a school inspection.

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Fact Check: Dem claims that Senate bill guts Medicaid ignore billions in new funding

Demonrats, the biggest liars in the world. As Democrats are howling that the Senate’s health care bill would gut Medicaid, a closer look at the numbers shows the legislation actually would increase spending to the safety-net program—by tens of billions of dollars.

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