Monthly Archives: October, 2019

Colorado homeowner owed nothing after police SWAT shootout destroys his house, federal court rules

Tuesday a federal appeals court in Colorado ruled that a local police department does not have to compensate a homeowner whose house was destroyed by 19 hours of gunfire between officers and an armed shoplifting suspect who had chosen to barricade himself inside to evade arrest.

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Frm. Ukraine Prosecutor Told to Stop Investigation Into Biden’s Son, Says Giuliani’s Notes

Viktor Shokin, Ukraine’s prosecutor who was fired in March 2016, told Rudy Giuliani earlier this year that he was told to stop his investigation into a natural gas firm linked to Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, Fox News reports.

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Who could be in Durham’s investigative crosshairs? Obama-era figures have reason to sweat

Several high-level Obama administration officials could fall into the investigative crosshairs of U.S. Attorney John Durham’s team as his probe into the handling of the Russia investigation rises to the level of a criminal inquiry. The elevation in status means the U.S. attorney for Connecticut will be able to subpoena witnesses, file charges and impanel grand juries.

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Fox News Fires Host Todd Starnes After Controversial Segment on Dems, Pagan God

Fox News host Todd Starnes has been fired from his post following a controversial segment on his radio show where he and a guest agreed Democrats do not believe in the Christian God and instead likely worship Moloch, a pagan god that allowed child sacrifice.

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Funding ‘Medicare-for-all’ with taxes on the rich ‘impossible,’ study says

Monday a bipartisan budget watchdog released a report detailing options for how the federal government could pay for “Medicare-for-all,” the health care plan popular with 2020 Democratic presidential contenders — and its findings show there would be no way to fund the expanded health program by simply raising taxes on the rich.

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Sanders Campaign Pivots Health Scare to Medicare for All Message

Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential election campaign on Wednesday sought to use news the candidate had a heart procedure to highlight the benefits of his trademark Medicare for All healthcare plan.

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Trump defends keeping ‘leaker’ Schiff, Pelosi out of the loop on al-Baghdadi raid

Monday President Trump defended his decision not to give Democratic congressional leaders advance notice of the raid that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, saying once again that he was concerned the details would leak out.

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NYT: Whistleblower Sought House Intel Advice Before Complaint

According to the New York Times Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, knew details of the allegations against President Donald Trump before the whistleblower filed a complaint against the president.

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Trump describes al-Baghdadi as ‘whimpering and crying’ before dying in U.S. operation: ‘He died like a coward’

President Trump, announcing the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, described him as dying “in a vicious and violent way, as a coward, running and crying.” “He died like a dog, he died like a coward,” Trump said in a speech to the nation Sunday morning.

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Pelosi: Impeachment Vote on Trump Is Not Inevitable

Thursday Nancy Pelosi said she does not think the impeachment inquiry on President Donald Trump has gone past no return, and she does not think a vote to impeach him is inevitable in the House.

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