Monthly Archives: February, 2016

Trump hits back at rivals, Obama criticism

Donald Trump pushed back against his rivals for the Republican nomination and criticism from President Barack Obama, as the real estate mogul sought to cement victory in South Carolina. Trump became yet again the focus of attacks by challengers to his frontrunner status, including his nearest adversary Ted Cruz who blasted the businessman turned reality TV star as a liberal.

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China sends surface-to-air missiles to contested island in provocative move

The Chinese military has deployed an advanced surface-to-air missile system to one of its contested islands in the South China Sea according to civilian satellite imagery exclusively obtained by Fox News, more evidence that China is increasingly “militarizing” its islands in the South China Sea and ramping up tensions in the region.

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Senate committee mulling bill to treat PTSD with marijuana

The Senate Health and Human Services Committee is mulling legislation that would allow post-traumatic stress disorder to be treated with medical marijuana. the legislation was introduced by Democratic Sen. Stephen Archambault, of Smithfield.

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Israel – Nuclear arms race under way in Middle East

Israel’s defense minister has warned a nuclear arms race is under way in the Middle East as Arab states are looking to get their hands on weapons to counter Iran. Moshe Ya’alon said Sunday that Sunni Arab states are unsettled following last year’s nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers, but declined to elaborate, The Telegraph reports.

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North Korean dictator Kim orders more rocket launches

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has praised scientists involved in the country’s recent rocket launch that he said struck a “telling blow” to enemies and ordered them to press ahead with more launches, state media reported Monday.

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Ann Coulter – if GOP caves to Obama Trump gains 10 million more votes

Lawyer, author, and columnist Ann Coulter spoke with Breitbart News Sunday on Sirius XM about the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia, pointing out that Republicans are in the hot seat when it comes to allowing Barack Obama to appoint a liberal replacement that could skew the Court Left for generations.

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Air Force crew refueling plane saves pilot in emergency over ISIS territory

A refueling plane crew saved a fighter pilot who faced having to eject over Islamic State territory. The F-16 had been trying to refuel in mid-air when the pilot discovered a malfunction with his fuel system, which meant he could only fly for 15 minutes – nowhere near enough to reach safety.

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Scalia’s death looms over Republican presidential debate

The Republican presidential candidates were squaring off Saturday night for their last debate before the South Carolina primary, just hours after the race – and the country itself – was rocked by the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

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Donald Trump: My Campaign ‘A Message Of Optimism’

Donald Trump told 11,000 supporters at this campaign rally in Tampa, Florida that his campaign message is one of “optimism,” not anger. Trump – who acknowledged Gov. Nikki Haley’s statement that he and his supporters are angry about the direction of the country – said his campaign isn’t only about being angry, but rather, “This is a message of optimism.”

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Trump: RNC ‘Illegally’ Asking for Money in My Name

Donald Trump blasted the Republican National Committee Saturday for “illegally” using his name in a fundraising solicitation. Trump made his point on Twitter late Saturday morning, noting that the RNC is “probably not on my side.”

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