Category Archives: Decisions

John Bolton says North Korean missile tests violate UN resolutions

Saturday National Security Adviser John Bolton said  that there is “no doubt” that recent short-range missile launches by North Korea are in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions — suggesting that the White House may be looking at putting a sharper edge on their diplomatic relations with dictatorship.

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Medicare-for-all proposal is ‘stunning’, will end private insurance with feds taking over: GOP Congressman

Those in Congress won’t have to sign up, they will exempt themselves. Texas GOP Congressman Michael Burgess says the Medicare-for-all policy proposed by some Democrats is “absolutely stunning” and will mean the end of private insurance.

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In Google’s hometown, some residents are living on the streets in RVs

In Mountain View, Calif., home to Google and its parent Alphabet, housing and homelessness is rampant enough that the city is taking action.

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US Sanctions Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Venezuelan Judge

Friday the US imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza, saying it would pursue those in President Nicolas Maduro’s government for corruption as well as officials conducting diplomacy on his behalf.

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Judge Napolitano: New York Democrats cannot go after President Trump’s tax returns ‘based on hatred’

Judge Andrew Napolitano said New York officials cannot go after President Trump’s tax returns “based on hatred.” Speaking on “Fox & Friends” Thursday, which was broadcasting live from the USS New York, Napolitano weighed in on the constitutionality of a new law, which could lead to the release of the president’s state taxes.

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Trump Heeds NRA, Withdraws US From UN Arms Treaty

Friday president Trump announced at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting that the United States will drop out of an international arms treaty signed in 2013 by then-President Barack Obama but opposed by the NRA and other conservative groups.

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Dem wants Trump officials jailed for not turning over tax returns

Time for the Demonrats to bend over so they can receive their subpoenas. Boy are they worried, as the investigation is turning. Tuesday Demonrat Rep. Lloyd Doggett said that IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin should be jailed or fined for stonewalling congressional subpoenas for President Trump’s tax returns.

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UK – Home Office investigated over student visa cheat claims

The government is being investigated over its decision to cancel 36,000 student visas due to accusations of cheating on English language tests. The Home Office has also deported more than 1,000 people after its own probe into exam fraud began in 2014.

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Democrats fume as McGahn skips House hearing: ‘Our subpoenas are not optional’

Tuesday the  top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee vowed  to go to court if necessary to seek former White House Counsel Don McGahn’s testimony, after he defied a subpoena and skipped a committee hearing at President Trump’s direction.

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Trump prods Nadler, Schiff to probe ‘Crooked Hillary’ and ‘phony’ Russia investigation

President Trump, in between battling subpoenas and other demands from congressional committees as they ramp up their probes into his administration, on Monday urged top-ranking Democrats to shift their focus to “Crooked Hillary” and the genesis of the “phony” Russia investigation.

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