Monthly Archives: February, 2018

Bernie Sanders’ son announces congressional run

The son of Sen. Bernie Sanders announced a run for Congress Tuesday morning, adding yet another family member to the ballot this year.  Levi Sanders declared his candidacy for New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District “because people matter.” Advertisements

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Trump appears to push for DOJ probe into Hillary Clinton scandals

Tuesday Trump went on Twitter to promote calls for the Justice Department to investigate alleged criminal activity by his former Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton — citing a Fox News analyst who suggested that the DOJ may be sitting on a “treasure trove” of evidence.

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Trump strikes deal with Boeing for new Air Force One planes

President Trump has struck an “informal” deal with Boeing for new Air Force One planes, according to the White House — resulting from negotiations that started before he took office.

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Idaho: Followers of Christ – medical-care exemptions for faith healing come under fire

This faith healing group is once again, coming under fire, for abuse of children. As you might recall, I wrote of this group many years ago.  There are mounds upon mounds of dirt at Peaceful Valley Cemetery in Idaho. And nearly 1/3 of the roughly 600 gravesites in Peaceful Valley Cemetery belong to a child, advocates …

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North Korea sanctions evaders may face US-led high seas crackdown

Those ships that are carrying illicit cargo to North Korea can expect rough seas ahead due to a planned crackdown on sanctions violators initiated by the U.S. and its regional allies — a move that potentially enhances tensions with the volatile Hermit Kingdom.

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‘Angel Dad’: Oakland Mayor Should Be Charged With Obstruction for Warning About ICE Raids

Liberal mentality rears its ugly head again. The mayor of Oakland, California, is under fire after she warned illegal immigrants that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) could soon be conducting raids in the area.

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Unions sound alarm as Supreme Court takes up fees fight; Gorsuch seen as pivotal vote

Mark Janus has worked for years as an Illinois state employee, and pays about $550 annually to the powerful public-sector union known as AFSCME. While not a member of the union, he is required under state law to hand over a weekly portion of his paycheck – which he says is a violation of his …

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Community fights back as California overrun by homelessness, human waste, needles

Now you can blame this on failed Demonrat policies. Homeless camps have been expanding across the downtown streets of San Diego, Los Angeles and San Francisco – bringing with them a public health crisis – has one southern California community taking tough action to dismantle a two-mile-long camp just a short drive from Disneyland.

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Anti-Immigration, Abortion Blue Dog Dem Rebuffed by DCCC

The Democratic party is refusing to endorse a veteran congressman from Chicago who opposes abortion, and has voted against Obamacare, marriage equality and immigration reform — risking its chances of winning the House in November.

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