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  • Russia’s Arctic War Games Up the Ante on Unsettled North Pole Claims Tensions

    Nuclear-capable missiles streaking across Arctic skies last week not only showcased Russia’s nuclear deterrent but also signaled to geostrategic rivals that Moscow’s bid to control vast swathes of Arctic turf is underpinned by a formidable arsenal. Code-named “Thunder 2019” and directed personally by Russian President Vladimir Putin from the Defense Ministry’s headquarters, the drills involved

  • RNC Launches ‘Victims of Socialism’ Campaign

    The Republican National Committee (RNC) announced on Oct. 22 a new campaign with a mission to present the outcome of socialist policies carried out in Venezuela and Cuba through experience and accounts of people who were able to escape Venezuela. “When you hear firsthand from people from Venezuela or Cuba who have dealt with socialism, who’ve

  • Democrats Seek to Withhold Pay to Force Impeachment Cooperation

    WASHINGTON—Executive branch officials who interfere with colleagues cooperating with the impeachment inquiry could face the prospect of lost paychecks, if House Democrats impose an obscure provision that is routinely included in federal spending bills. The provision, under section 713 of the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act, stipulates that no federal funds can be used

  • Sen. Grassley Suspects Deep State May Bury ‘Spygate’ Report

    Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) suspects that the numerous delays of the release of a much-anticipated report on spying on the Trump campaign suggest that the deep state is working to bury the document. “All of the delays and excuses why the Horowitz IG FISA report isn’t public yet after several months of anticipation of its

  • Government Agencies Outline 2020 Election Security Strategy at Hearing

    WASHINGTON—In a multi-hour-long hearing conducted by the House Judiciary Committee, high-ranking members from top government agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Justice testified about strategies to fight election interference as the 2020 elections near. Officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Election Assistance Commission also gave testimony, which focused on collaboration

  • Top US Envoy in Ukraine Testifies in Democrat-Run Impeachment Probe

    The top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine testified to lawmakers behind closed doors on Oct. 22 as part of a Democrat-run impeachment inquiry centered on allegations related to President Donald Trump’s call with the leader of Ukraine. William Taylor, the charge d’affaires at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, didn’t answer questions as he walked by journalists

  • McConnell Introduces Resolution Urging Trump to Keep Troops in Syria

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) introduced a resolution on Oct. 22 urging Republican President Donald Trump not to follow through on his planned withdrawal of all American troops from Syria. McConnell said on the Senate floor that the resolution is backed by other Republicans, naming Armed Services Chairman James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Intelligence Chairman Richard

  • Graham Backs Trump Over Use of Word ‘Lynching’ to Describe Impeachment Inquiry

    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) said that President Donald Trump’s use of the word lynching to describe the impeachment inquiry against him was accurate. According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, lynching “is the mob killing of a person suspected of a crime, especially by hanging, that is done outside of the law.” “In every sense, this is

  • Trump: People Watching Impeachment Inquiry Are ‘Witnessing a Lynching’

    President Donald Trump likened the impeachment inquiry against him to a lynching, a description later defended by an administration official. “So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights,” Trump wrote

  • Romney on Secret Twitter Account: ‘Embarrassed to Be Called a Lurker’

    Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) confirmed that he has a secret Twitter account, joking that it is “a new low.” During an interview on HBO’s Axios, Romney was asked about his Twitter account. On the Axios program, Romney said he has three Twitter accounts, including two official ones, and an anonymous account. “I have two official

  • Ken Starr on House Impeachment Tactics: ‘This Is Just Wrong’

    Former special prosecutor Ken Starr said the Democrat-led impeachment inquiry against President Trump lacks transparency and “is just wrong.” “We’re outside. We’re behind this veil of ignorance because of the closed-door proceedings,” he said Tuesday. “There is absolutely nothing, nothing that needs to be done behind closed doors in these secret proceedings. On Tuesday, Ukraine Ambassador

  • Trump Says White House Will Probably Stop Subscriptions to New York Times, Washington Post

    President Donald Trump said that the White House will probably stop subscriptions from the New York Times and Washington Post. Both papers are openly against Trump and were two of the main outlets pushing the Trump-Russia collusion theory. “You see every article is just—no matter what you do, no matter how good you’re doing,” Trump

  • Hunter Biden Agrees to DNA Test Five Months After Woman Files Paternity Lawsuit

    Former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden, 49, agreed to take a DNA test about five months after an Arkansas woman filed a paternity suit against him. Lunden Roberts of Independence County filed the paternity suit in May. She said in a motion (pdf) in September that Biden verbally admitted that he is the

  • Former President Jimmy Carter Taken to Hospital After Falling at Home

    Former President Jimmy Carter was transported to a hospital in Georgia after falling at his house late Oct. 21. Carter, who recently turned 95, was admitted to the Phoebe Sumter Medical Center for a minor pelvic fracture. Carter fell down at his house in Plains on Monday evening. The hospitalization was for “observation and treatment,”

  • More Voters Believe Officials Broke Law Trying to Prevent Trump Presidency: Poll

    Just over half of likely voters believe that high-level officials broke the law in trying to stop Donald Trump from becoming president, although not as many believe such officials will face criminal charges, according to a Rasmussen poll on Oct. 18. The survey of about 1,000 likely voters across the United States, conducted Oct. 9–10,

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