October 15, 2019

U.S. Politics

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Impeachment frenzy claims first casualty: Hunter Biden
Pressure is increasing on former Vice President Joe Biden and his family despite overwhelming U.S. media support. Read More.
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Conservatives take to the streets, shake Seoul government
Scandal-plagued South Korean Justice Minister Cho Kuk resigned on Oct. 14 as the opposition turned up the heat on the leftist Moon Jae-In administration, charging a dual system of justice and discrimination against North Korean defectors. Read More.
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Trump: Left's united front is key to their success
Power is the Democrats’ religion, President Donald Trump said on Oct. 12 in an address to religious conservatives. Read More.
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'We will never stop,' Turkey's Erdogan vows
Despite “threats from right and left” calling on Turkey to cease its assault on Kurds in northern Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared that the operation will continue. Read More.
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Why Fox News ‘impeach Trump’ poll doesn't add up
Corporate media pundits and entertainers could not contain their glee over a recent Fox News poll in which 51 percent of those polled said they favored impeaching President Donald Trump. Read More.
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China pulls out of Iran energy project amid U.S. pressure
China has withdrawn from a $5 billion deal to help develop Iran’s massive South Pars natural gas field. Read More.
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Senate intel committee report resembled Mueller's
In what analysts say was a move to shift the spotlight off Ukraine’s meddling in the 2016 election on behalf of Hillary Clinton, the Senate Intelligence Committee on Oct. 8 released a so-called “bipartisan” report on Russia’s social media efforts during the 2016 election. Read More.
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Pompeo rebuts Graham on Syria
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded to critics of President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria by saying the mission to eradicate ISIS was a success and adding the move was not an authorization for Turkey to invade Syria. Read More.
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Riveting text of White House counsel's letter
White House counsel Pat Cipollone's Oct. 8 letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Read More.
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Pompeo penalizes Chinese officials for repressing Muslims
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Oct. 8 announced Visa restrictions on Chinese government and Communist Party officials who the State Department believes are “responsible for, or complicit in, the detention or abuse of Uighurs, Kazakhs, or other members of Muslim minority groups in Xinjiang, China.” 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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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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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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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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