Monthly Archives: January, 2018

North Korea slams South Korean president for Trump credit remark, praises Kim Jong Un’s policy for ‘reunification’

Sunday North Korea slammed South Korean President Moon Jae-in for giving President Trump “big credit in the talks between Pyongyang and Seoul, threatening to pull its delegation heading to Pyeongchang Winter Olympics — but earlier lauded Kim Jong Un’s “brilliant” policy for “reunification” between the North and the South. Continue reading →

Trump Doubles Down

Sunday President Trump doubled down on criticism of congressional Democrats over stalled negotiations to secure the future of an Obama-era program shielding immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children from deportation — while also denying claims from his opponents in Congress that he’s a racist. Continue reading →

US-Led Coalition Helps Build New Syrian Force, Angering Turkey

The U.S.-led coalition is working with its Syrian militia allies to set up a new border force of 30,000 personnel, the coalition said on Sunday, a move that has added to Turkish anger over U.S. support for Kurdish-dominated forces in Syria. A senior Turkish official told Reuters the U.S. training of the new “Border Security Force” is the reason that the U.S. charge d’affaires was summoned in Ankara on Wednesday. The official did not elaborate. Continue reading →

McCain Promotes NYT Article Critical of Trump

McCain is an ass. Saturday Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., delivered a shot at President Donald Trump through a tweet in the wake of Trump’s reported disparaging remarks about certain countries. Friday it was reported Trump used the term “s***hole countries” to describe Haiti and certain African nations during a bipartisan meeting on immigration last week. McCain initially responded by calling the reported comments unpatriotic. Continue reading →

Gabbard: Trump should talk to North Korea ‘immediately’ after Hawaii false alarm

After a stunning false alert that Hawaii was the target of a ballistic missile threat, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard said Sunday the incident underscore the need for President Donald Trump to directly negotiate with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the rogue nation’s nuclear weapons. Continue reading →

Chelsea Manning eyes U.S. Senate seat for Maryland

Is this the best the Demonrats have to offer? A fruitcake and a criminal? Chelsea Manning, the transgender U.S. Army soldier who served seven years in military prison for leaking classified data, is seeking the Democratic Party’s nomination for the U.S. Senate seat from Maryland, according to Federal election filings seen on Saturday. Continue reading →

‘Personal Insult’: Bill Clinton Slams Accusations Foundation Money Used for Chelsea’s Wedding

Saturday former President Bill Clinton said on Twitter that no Clinton Foundation funds were used to pay for his daughter’s wedding. After President Trump reportedly made crude remarks about Haiti and other less-developed countries, some on the right pointed to alleged mishandling of Haitian earthquake relief funds by the Clinton Foundation. Continue reading →

Hawaii’s scary false missile threat: Worker’s push of the ‘wrong button’ to blame

Saturday Hawaii emergency officials confirmed that an alert about an inbound ballistic missile was a mistake, which a state emergency official attributed to someone pushing the wrong button. Continue reading →

New ObamaCare taxes are hitting millions where it hurts

Tax reform legislation signed into law by President Trump in December, which will lower taxes for most Americans this year, unfortunately did nothing to stop billions of dollars in new taxes under ObamaCare from hitting millions of Americans in the wallet. Continue reading →

DOJ’s weed crackdown spurs backlash from pot-state Republicans eyeing midterms

The DOJ’s decision to open the door anew to pot prosecutions across the country is sparking backlash from congressional Republicans in states that allow recreational and medical use of the drug – territory that makes up crucial battlegrounds for the GOP in this year’s midterm elections. Continue reading →