June 18, 2024

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Democrats need the 'Squad'? 'They’re the force out there'
During a February interview on MSNBC, Michael Moore declared Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez the leader of the Democratic Party. On Aug. 16, the leftist filmmaker said Democrats will triumph in 2020 if AOC and “the squad” are embraced as the party’s leaders. Read More.
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How China has quietly exploited the U.S.-Iran showdown in the Gulf
All attention is focused on the twists-and-turns of the very noisy U.S.-Iran dispute in the Persian Gulf, but all the while the People’s Republic of China (PRC) is rapidly and quietly consolidating a dominant presence in the area with the active support of Russia. Read More.
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Fired official who flagged Halper contracts fights Pentagon
A Pentagon analyst who had his top-secret security clearance revoked after he complained about questionable outside research contracts to Stefan Halper, who spied on the Trump campaign, had been cleared of leaking data to the news media but his lawyers were never informed, a report said. Read More.
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Bolton: Accident shows Kremlin's 'hypersonic' nuclear ambitions
U.S. national-security adviser John Bolton says a mysterious accident last week in northern Russia that caused a temporary spike in radiation levels shows how hard the Kremlin is working to develop delivery systems for nuclear weapons. Read More.
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'Liberation Day' in Seoul: Massive demonstrations call for president’s ouster
A massive flag rally in Seoul on Aug. 15 to mark the 74th anniversary of Korea's liberation from Japan was mostly ignored by South Korea's mainstream media while foreign media reported on a smaller demonstration dominated by anti-Japan sentiment, observers say. Read More.
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Who's backing top site promoting adult sex with young teens?
As the nation and much of the world recoiled in shock and anger over the credulity defying "suicide" of friend-to-the-elite sexual predator Jeffrey Epstein, a leading homosexual news site decided to promote adult sex with young teens. Read More.
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Soros 'changed game' in Philly: DA tied to 'disrespect' for police
Following an Aug. 14 incident in which six Philadelphia police officers were shot by a suspect with an extensive criminal history, U.S. Attorney William McSwain said the policies of District Attorney Larry Krasner are endangering the city’s police. “There is a new culture of disrespect for law enforcement in this City that is promoted and championed by District Attorney Larry Krasner – and I am fed up with it,” McSwain said in a statement. Read More.
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China won't tolerate dissent in Hong Kong, Xinjiang
PARIS — It’s never polite to question the deteriorating human rights situation in China but let’s do it anyway. Read More.
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Epstein autopsy revealed broken neck bones
Jeffrey Epstein sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones, according to reports citing sources familiar with the convicted sex offender's autopsy. Officials at the Metropolitan Correctional Center say Epstein was alone Saturday morning and hanged himself. Read More.
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What recession? Limbaugh suggests: 'Don't participate'
The corporate media are so focused on taking down President Donald Trump that they are trying to convince the nation that it is about to enter into a recession, radio host Rush Limbaugh said. “The Drive-Bys, they’re incorrigible. Now they are literally trying to once again talk the people of this country into a recession,” Limbaugh said on his Aug. 14 program. Read More.
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Global not local: Who’s backing AOC?
In the first half of 2019, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took in more individual contributions for her re-election effort than all other 87 House newcomers, according to Federal Elections Commission (FEC) filings. But the New York socialist Democrat received only 10 itemized donations from individuals in her district. Read More.
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Tokyo-Seoul feud welcomed by China, Russia, N. Korea
As the trade-culture conflict between Seoul and Tokyo heats up, South Korea's president has floated the controversial idea of a partnership with North Korea. The move by left-leaning President Moon Jae-In amid a sinking economy was cheered by the South’s official media but enraged the nation’s conservatives. Read More.
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China reacts with fury at U.S. plans to deploy missiles in Asia
China spent the week following the Aug. 2 U.S. departure from the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, criticizing Washington’s decision. Read More.
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Epstein’s donations, connections heavily favored Democrats, Clintons
From 1990-2018, Jeffrey Epstein donated $147,426 to Democratic candidates. In the same time period, he donated $18,250 to Republicans. Epstein last donated to a GOP candidate in 2000. He never contributed to the 2016 Trump presidential campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Read More.
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Report: Soros worked closely with Obama State Dept. in 2016
Newly released documents show the extraordinary access leftist billionaire George Soros was granted by the Obama administration during the 2016 election cycle. Soros had invested heavily in Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Read More.

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