Category Archives: Current Events

Conway on recommendation she be fired for Hatch Act violations: ‘They want to silence me, chill free speech’

Monday White House counselor Kellyanne Conway pushed back against the finding that she violated the Hatch Act, responding to reports that the House Oversight Committee plans to vote Wednesday on whether to subpoena her to appear.

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Mark Levin: Republicans should ‘force’ Robert Mueller to testify

After Robert Mueller’s brief statement on Wednesday after the conclusion of the Russia investigation, “Life, Liberty, and Levin” host Mark Levin argued that the special counsel should be ordered to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

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Pence: ‘All options remain on the table’ after nixed Iran strike

Vice President Pence joined National Security Adviser John Bolton in warning Iran not to interpret American military restraint as a sign of weakness and doubled down on the U.S.’ willingness to take necessary action.

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California Dems propose resolution linking Israeli government to massacre at Pittsburgh synagogue

These demonrats need committed. A draft resolution set to be debated this weekend at the California Democratic Party State Convention, obtained by Fox News, accuses the Israeli government of willfully “aligning with the virulent Islamophobia” of white supremacist groups in the U.S. — and links Israel indirectly to the Oct. 2018 massacre of 11 congregants at a Pittsburgh synagogue.

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Iran says it will respond ‘firmly’ to US aggression amid retaliatory cyberattack, aborted military strike

Saturday Iran warned that it will “firmly” respond to any aggression or threat by the U.S., a warning that comes after President Trump aborted a military attack while a U.S. cyber team carried out a retaliatory digital strike against the regime.

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2020 Dem Elizabeth Warren proposes law saying a president can be indicted

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is pushing for a new law that says presidents can face indictment and charges of obstruction of justice.

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Trump confirms he called off retaliatory Iran attack ‘10 minutes before the strike’

Friday President Trump confirmed that he called off a retaliatory attack on Iran in response to the downing of a U.S. drone “10 minutes before the strike,” saying the number of expected casualties was not “proportionate” to what Tehran did.

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Report: Trump to Issue Executive Order Forcing Healthcare Prices Disclosure

President Donald Trump is reportedly ready to release an executive order to mandate the disclosure of healthcare prices in an industry that’s used to conducting its business in private, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Trump administration threatens layoffs in fight to eliminate major federal agency

Trump administration officials have put the Office of Personnel Management on the chopping block in an ambitious but controversial bid to reorganize the federal government — and they are ready to furlough or even lay off workers if Congress stands in their way.

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Pope: Abortion Never OK, Equates It to ‘Hiring a Hitman’

Saturday Pope Francis said that abortion can never be condoned, even when the fetus is gravely sick or likely to die, and urged doctors and priests to support families to carry such pregnancies to term.

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