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More Disruptions Feared from Cyber Attack; Microsoft Slams Gov’t Secrecy

Officials across the globe scrambled over the weekend to catch the culprits behind a massive ransomware worm that disrupted operations at car factories, hospitals, shops and schools, while Microsoft on Sunday pinned blame on the U.S. government for not disclosing more software vulnerabilities. Continue reading →

Retired Gen. James Mattis eyed as Trump’s possible pick for defense secretary

It’s beginning to look like Trump may have decided on his pick for Defense Secretary, retired Marine Gen. James Mattis was a “very strong candidate” for a Cabinet post. The retired general was one of several people who met with Trump in New Jersey during the day on Saturday. Trump wouldn’t say whether he was offering Mattis a job, saying “we’ll see.” But as they posed for cameras before sitting down for their meeting, Trump pointed to Mattis and called him “a great man.”

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Kent State University course examines Hillary Clinton campaign, sexism

Poor cry baby liberals. They can’t accept defeat. Kent State University is turning Hillary Clinton’s life into a lesson with a new class focused on the Democrat who lost her presidential bid this past week.

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Mississippi governor signs law allowing armed church security

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a gun rights bill on Friday allowing churches to create security programs designating members to carry firearms to defend worshipers against violence. The legislation, called the “Mississippi Church Protection Act,” also makes it easier for residents in other settings to carry concealed weapons, drawing criticism from national gun control advocates.

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Trump: I Support Across-Board Cuts Except For Military

Monday GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump said he agrees to the “Penny Plan” for across-the-board spending cuts except for the military. “I like the concept of the Penny Plan,” Trump said on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity.” “Not for the military, because the military we have to build up.”

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Clinton email exposed intel from human spying

There’s one email on Hillary Clinton’s private server that contained extremely sensitive information identified by an intelligence agency as “HCS-O,” which is the code used for reporting on human intelligence sources in ongoing operations, according to two sources not authorized to speak on the record.

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Activists want US to do more to help Christians fleeing ISIS

Advocants want the Obama administration to do more to aid hundreds of thousands of Middle East Christians fleeing the Islamic State and escaping situations where they are often told to either convert to Islam or die. Many of those refugees are seeking asylum in the U.S., and activists want the government to do more to help them, arguing that the alternative is the extinction of their culture.

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Obama to call for tax increases on wealthy in State of the Union address

Don’t lt the liar in chief fool you….he could care less about the middle class, all he wants is more money to spend. Given time, his taxes will hit them too. Obama will call for increasing taxes on the wealthiest Americans by raising the capital gains rate and eliminating a tax break on inheritances, then using the revenue to fund new tax credits and other cost-saving measures for the middle class.

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Pelosi Lays Out Democratic Agenda for New Congress

Nancy Pelosi, House Minority leader had revealed the new Democrat agenda come the new congress in 2015. They include increasing the minimum wage, putting more money into the nation’s infrastructure and cutting corporate tax breaks for companies that move their headquarters out of the country.

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Donald Trump: Rick Perry Indictment ‘Absolute Disgrace’

Donald Trump says the indictment of Gov. Rick Perry is an “absolute disgrace,” and even liberals agree that the charges of coercion and abuse of power launched against the Texas Republican are extreme. Continue reading →