Monthly Archives: August, 2016

Air Force beefs up Guam fleet with nuke-ready bombers

U.S. Air Force has deployed three types of strategic bombers capable of carrying nukes to its base on Guam, all because of that cocky little beast in North Korea. A senior defense officials told Fox News the B-1, B-2 and B-52 bombers are together for the first time in the Pacific. The muscling up comes after China’s recent rejection of an international tribunal saying its claims to the South China Sea, where it has constructed artifical islands, are not valid.

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Tim Kaine once wanted Bill Clinton to resign

Sen. Tim Kaine may be on Team Clinton now, but he once said that Bill Clinton should resign after his White House affair with Monica Lewinsky. The Democratic vice presidential nominee was responding to a separate scandal, involving then-Virginia state congressman Vance Wilkins, when he reflected on Clinton’s affair.

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Refugees sue Pa. district, charge school not good enough

A group of refugees is suing a Central Pennsylvania school district, saying the academy they were put in after their arduous journey to America is not up to snuff. Well tough, if you don’t like it, go back where you came from…..I hope the jury goes against them.

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Trump says Clinton, Democrats have ‘failed and betrayed’ African-Americans after Milwaukee riots

Tuesday Donald Trump responded to violence following a police shooting in Milwaukee with a wide-ranging attack on rival Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party, accusing Clinton of “bigotry” and saying she sees African-Americans as no more than votes to be won.

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Trump shakes up campaign, prepares to roll out long-awaited ads

Trump, hitting reset on his 2016 campaign, is preparing to roll out his first wave of general election TV ads in four pivotal battleground states after shaking up the top echelon of his team in a bid to focus his message and make up lost ground in the polls against Hillary Clinton.

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Walid Phares: Trump Operating ‘Almost Like a President’ With Policy Experts

GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is already operating “almost like a president” by listening to policy experts in several fields, campaign foreign policy adviser Walid Phares said Tuesday, while praising the candidate’s “evolution” on Muslim immigration.

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Priebus reportedly considering RNC re-election bid

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus is reportedly mulling another term as the head of the GOP. Priebus, who was first elected in 2011, has been telling friends and allies in recent weeks he’s considering running for re-election, Politico reported Monday.

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House Republicans detail perjury allegations against Clinton

Fox News reports House Republicans have detailed perjury allegations against Hillary Clinton, citing the apparent conflict between her 2015 congressional testimony about her email practices and the FBI’s conclusions announced in July, according to a letter to the US Attorney for the District of Columbia.

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Russia Building Dozens of Underground Nuclear Command Bunkers

Russia is constructing numerous nuclear command bunkers, The Washington Free Beacon reports. American intelligence officials say the building of dozens of underground bunkers has been proceeding for years and is a clear sign that the West should be concerned about the nuclear use doctrine Moscow is adopting.

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Congress could get record of FBI’s Clinton interview over emails by this week

A source confirmed Sunday that some of the FBI files on the agency’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server system while secretary of state could be given to a House oversight committee as early as this week. The only matter holding up the process is issues within the Justice Department, said the source, without offering further explanation.

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