Monthly Archives: September, 2017

Benghazi victim’s mother slams Clinton for calling attack fallout ‘political’

The mother of one of the victims of the 2012 Benghazi terror attack slammed Hillary Clinton on Wednesday for calling the criticism she faced in connection with the tragedy “political.”

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DHS Bans Use of Kaspersky Lab Software in US Government

The DHS has instructed federal agencies and departments to stop using products from Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab. Officials say that the prominent company poses a threat to U.S. national security and have given government agencies and departments 90 days to get rid of Kaspersky Lab software.

WH Lays Out Case for Why DOJ Should Consider Prosecuting James Comey

Wednesday the White House laid out its most detailed case yet for why the Department of Justice should consider prosecuting former FBI director James Comey, calling it a clear violation of federal law to leak FBI memos to the press like Comey allegedly did. Continue reading →

North Korea crisis: Mnuchin suggests China trade cut-off on the table

Wednesday Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin suggested that the Trump administration is willing to cut off trade with China in an effort to put pressure on North Korea. “I’ve worked on an executive order that’s ready if the president wants to use it,” Mnuchin said in an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier. “We can stop trade with any country that does business with North Korea.” Continue reading →

Trump: Tax Meeting With Senators ‘Highly Productive’

U.S. President Donald Trump’s meeting on Tuesday evening with a bipartisan group of senators to discuss tax reform “was highly productive, and will spur constructive discussion moving forward,” the White House said in a statement on Wednesday. Continue reading →

Sessions Considering Lie Detector Test to Find Leakers

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is floating the idea of putting the entire National Security Council staff through a lie detector test to ferret out leakers. Sessions talked about the idea to multiple people — and as recently as last month. Continue reading →

Uk – Unemployment rate falls to 4.3% as wages stagnate

UK unemployment fell by 75,000 in the three months to July, bringing the jobless rate down to 4.3% from 4.4% in the previous quarter. The rate remains at its lowest since 1975, but a squeeze on real incomes continues, according to the Office for National Statistics figures. Continue reading →

US refugee quota may be lowered to 1980 level

According to the New York Times as the deadline nears for the Trump administration to set a ceiling for refugee admissions, some close to the president have pushed to lower the number below 50,000. Continue reading →

Pope Francis takes swipe at Trump over DACA decision

This Pope isn’t playing with a full deck. Pope Francis took a swipe at President Trump over the weekend for moving to wind down the Obama-era program shielding some young illegal immigrants from deportation, suggesting the decision is not “pro-life.” Continue reading →

Miss America gets political: Contestants asked about Trump-Russia collusion, Confederate statues

Who in their right mind, even gives a rat’s behind about these corrupt butt kissin’ or you lose contests? Miss North Dakota, Cara Mund, was named Miss America 2018 Sunday night in Atlantic City following a night of political questions ranging from the Trump administration’s alleged collusion with Russia to Confederate monuments.The event got political after the Miss America candidates were asked multiple questions about the current political climate and President Trump during the question-and-answer session.

During one of the onstage interviews, Mund said Trump was wrong to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Accord aimed at combating climate change.

These fools know nothing about the real world, they are brainwashed from birth to think a certain way.

“I do believe it’s a bad decision,’ she said. “Once we reject that, we take ourselves out of the negotiation table and that’s something that we really need to keep in mind.”

“There is evidence that climate change is existing. So whether you believe it or not, we need to be at that table, and I think it’s just a bad decision on behalf of the United States,” she added.

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Mund said she hopes to become the first elected woman governor of her state.

“It’s important to have a woman’s perspective,” she said, stressing the importance of women in important government jobs. “In health care and on reproductive rights, it’s predominantly men making those decisions.”

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Mund, however, was not the only candidate to receive political questions.

Miss Missouri Jennifer Davis was asked to be “the jury” on whether Trump colluded with the Russian government to win the 2016 election against Hillary Clinton and give “innocent or guilty” verdict.

Hmm, Hildabitch should have her fat butt sitting in a prison cell.

“Right now I’d have to say innocent because not enough information has been revealed,” Davis said, adding however that “we should investigate it to its fullest extent.”

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Miss New Jersey Kaitlyn Schoeffel, meanwhile, was asked to give her opinion on Confederate statues and whether they should be removed from public display – to which the contestant suggested to move the statues to museums.

The contest’s hosts also asked Miss Texas Morgana Wood what she thought about Trump’s comments after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville where he blamed the violence on “both sides.”

Wood branded the death of counter protester Heather Heyer as a “terrorist attack” and said the President “should have made a statement earlier addressing the fact and making sure all Americans feel safe in this country.”

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The first runner up of the competition was Miss Missouri, while Miss New Jersey was the second runner up.