October 15, 2019

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Top intel official can't explain changes to whistleblower rule
Intelligence Community Inspector General (ICIG) Michael Atkinson has acknowledged that his office in September changed the rules for whistleblower complaints to eliminate a requirement that whistleblowers provide first-hand evidence of their allegations. Read More.
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Unreported: Backers, timing of Schiff staffer’s Ukraine junket
Twelve days after the so-called Trump-Ukraine “whistleblower” officially filed his complaint, a staffer for Rep. Adam Schiff's House Intelligence Committee traveled to Ukraine as part of a program funded in part by Burisma Holdings and George Soros, a report said. Read More.
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With Oct. 4 Op-Ed, NY Times declares war on 1st Amendment
Leftists in politics, the media and on college campuses have become increasingly conflicted on the issue of free speech since the landmark free speech movement at UC Berkeley in 1964. Read More.
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Michelle Malkin is latest target of 'cancel culture'
One of the latest targets of the leftist "cancel culture" mob is blogger, author and WorldTribune.com columnist Michelle Malkin. Read More.
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Trump to pullout critics: 'We're going to be watching Turkey
U.S. President Donald Trump said he will be watching closely what Turkey does militarily in northern Syria after the U.S. announced it will pull its troops out of the area. Read More.
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AOC's new Just Society: Worse than Green New Deal?
It’s called the Just Society, and, according to the woman who allows no reality to contaminate her legislative dreams, it constitutes a “suite” of legislation – five bills and one resolution – that will “build a just society to protect our communities and uplift our neighbors.” Read More.
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Chinese intelligence increasingly using Americans
Former U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency officer Ron Rockwell Hansen was sentenced last month to 10 years in prison for attempting to pass U.S. defense information to China. Read More.
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Money talks: 'Progressive' NBA apologizes to Red China
When Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey tweeted support for pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, the so-called progressive ideals of the league ran up against its bottom line — and the Chinese money dunked on human rights. Read More.
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Ukraine story easily passed smell test for CNN
When former White House official Fred Fleitz suggested in an Oct. 2 appearance on CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time that Rep. Adam Schiff knew about the Trump-Ukraine “whistleblower” complaint in advance, he was scoffed at by host Chris Cuomo. Read More.
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Miller warns Americans: Time to stand up, sound off
Deep State “saboteurs” are mercilessly attacking President Donald Trump because his is standing up to the swamp “like no one has before,” senior adviser to the president Stephen Miller said on Oct. 6. Read More.
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Trump on Syria: Let Turkey, Russia, Iran 'figure' it out
Saying that it was “time for us to get out of these ridiculous endless wars,” President Donald Trump on Oct. 7 said the United States will withdraw its forces from northern Syria near the Turkish border. Read More.
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Left's strategy: Wreck Trump name, agenda before 2020
The impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump are, as yet, impeachment in name only. Read More.
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Documents place Rosenstein at hub of DOJ-media ‘coup’
A May 16, 2017 email from then-Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to former Bush administration Deputy Attorney General and current Kirkland & Ellis Partner Mark Filip stated: “I am with Mueller. He shares my views. Duty Calls. Sometimes the moment chooses us.” Read More.
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Whistleblowers galore: Zogby finds Americans 'tired of it all'
The same law firm representing the Trump-Ukraine “whistleblower” supposedly is representing another anonymous source who, the firm claims, has first-hand knowledge of President Donald Trump’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Read More.
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Elizabeth Warren's reputation enhancement, Part II
While seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Elizabeth Warren on several occasions has portrayed herself as a victim of discrimination because, she claims, she was pushed out of her dream job of being a special needs teacher because she was “visibly pregnant.” Read More.

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