Monthly Archives: December, 2018

Kavanaugh accusers rocked confirmation process: Where are they now?

Although  multiple women publicly accused Kavanaugh of sexually inappropriate behavior — mainly occurring at parties in high school or college — only one testified before lawmakers after they pushed back a scheduled confirmation vote: Christine Blasey Ford.

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Rudy Giuliani: If Flynn Has Trump Dirt, We’d Already Know

Rudy Giuliani, one of the lawyers representing President Donald Trump for the Russia probe, said Tuesday night it is unlikely former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has any dirt on Trump because it has not been revealed.

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Cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal granted appeal, spurring outrage from widow of slain police officer

The widow of a Philadelphia police officer who was gunned down 37 years ago in the line of duty is “outraged” over a judge’s decision last week to grant her husband’s killer a chance to appeal his conviction.

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Ex-FBI Director Comey Reaches Deal on Congressional Testimony

Former FBI director James Comey tweeted Sunday that he had reached a deal with them regarding his testimony before Congress.

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Maine governor scribbles ‘stolen election’ on certificate confirming Democrat’s election win

Friday outgoing  Republican Maine Gov. Paul LePage took a swipe  at a Democratic candidate’s victory in a controversial House race, writing “stolen election” next to his signature on the certificate confirming the election result.

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ICE Just Told NJ’s AG To Shove It: You Want To Restrict Cooperation…We’ll Just Increase Our Immigration Raids

New Jersey has become just like Californication by adopting new sanctuary state-like rules regarding how its local law enforcement agencies will cooperate with Immigration and Customs Enforcement. It’s part of blue state America’s ongoing war on the Trump administration, flipping them off whenever they can, especially when it comes to immigration.

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Trump threatens to close border, terminate trade deals, cut aid unless wall is funded

Friday President Trump warned that if Democrats do not agree to his demands to fund a wall on the southern border, he will “close the Southern border entirely” and cut aid to Central American countries — while pulling back on trade with Mexico.

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Angry caravan migrants begin a hunger strike – but against the Mexican police

A group of immigrant from the caravan that arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border have begun a hunger strike over a decision by Mexican police to alleviate overcrowding.

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ICE releases hundreds of migrants in Texas, New Mexico

The only way to stop this is to have all people and businesses to stop paying taxes. Then there’d be no money to give to these criminals. Monday, more than 500 hundred illegals were released  onto the streets of Texas and New Mexico, U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement said, as the government struggles to detain illegal immigrants amid an influx of Central Americans trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Mueller’s team considering new charges against Manafort amid allegations of lying to investigators

Friday Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team said new charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort are being considered amid allegations he breached his plea deal by lying to investigators.

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