Author Archive: Janet

North Korea’s Kim wants fast denuclearisation, South’s leader says

According to South Korea’s president, North Korea’s leader wants to complete denuclearisation quickly and hold a second summit with Donald Trump soon. President Moon Jae-in, who has ended a landmark trip to the North, said Kim Jong-un also wanted US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to visit again. Continue reading →
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Defiant Pelosi says she’s staying: ‘I can take the heat’

Nancy Pelosi is the chief villain of Republican campaign ads. The leader some Democrats promise to vote against. The subject of much speculation that her grip on power is coming to an end. Nevertheless, she says she’s not going anywhere — and certainly not while President Donald Trump is in the White House. Continue reading →

Hillary: President Trump Is ‘Uncontrollable, Unaccountable’

Tuesday Hildebeast said the nation needs “a new Congress and a new Republican Party” to be a check-and balance on an “uncontrollable and unaccountable” President Donald Trump. Continue reading →

North Korea to Dismantle Missile Test Site, Allow Inspectors

Well, North Korea agreed to dismantle a key missile test site under the watch of international inspectors and take other steps toward denuclearization, according to a joint statement signed by Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in in Pyongyang. Continue reading →

Trump prods Sessions to probe corruption on the ‘other side,’ as feud flares

Friday President Trump renewed pressure on Jeff Sessions to investigate the actions of his adversaries – what he called “corruption” on the “other side” – after the attorney general warned the president that his department would not be “improperly influenced” by politics. Continue reading →

Grassley suggests last-minute Kavanaugh hearing could be canceled if accuser doesn’t accept invite

She knows she will be torn apart if she shows up. Tuesday Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley raised the possibility that next week’s high-stakes open hearing to examine the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh could be canceled if the accuser doesn’t accept the committee’s invitation. Continue reading →

DeVos Eyes Use of Federal Funds to Arm Teachers

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is looking at a plan to permit states to use federal money to buy guns for teachers. In March, Congress allocated $50 million a year to local school districts, but prohibited the use of the money for guns. But the Education Department is now looking at a program that uses the Student Support and Academic Enrichment grants as a way to fund the weapons. This specific program does not prohibit the use of money for firearms, the newspaper said. Continue reading →

GOP Demands Feinstein Release Letter After Kavanaugh Accuser Identifies Herself

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee are demanding Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., publicly release a letter that supposedly details accusations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Continue reading →

South Africa Lashes Trump for Land ‘Seizures’ Tweet

Don’t give them any foreign aid. It appears that South Africa is pissed at Trump and his tweets. They accused Trump of fueling racial tensions on Thursday after he said farmers were being forced off their land and many of them killed. Continue reading →

Lisa Page testimony: Collusion still unproven by time of Mueller’s special counsel appointment

After 9 months that the FBI opened its highly classified counterintelligence investigation into alleged coordination between the Trump campaign and Russia, FBI lawyer Lisa Page said investigators still could not say whether there was collusion, according to a transcript of Page’s recent closed-door deposition reviewed by Fox News. Continue reading →