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June 6, 2019
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The UN deputy high commissioner for human rights, Kate Gilmore, said the increasingly stringent abortion laws and provisions in the U.S. are "deeply distressing" and equated them to torture.... (more)


June 6, 2019
REUTERS — The U.S. government is gearing up to investigate whether Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google misuse their massive market power, sources told Reuters on Monday, setting up what could be an unprecedented, wide-ranging probe of some of the world's largest companies.... (more)


June 6, 2019
NEWSMAX — Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York says any plan to adequately address climate change would cost at least $10 trillion. The Democrat is the lead author in the House of the Green New Deal, a plan to dramatically cut the nation's dependence on fossil fuels. While acknowledging the figure "is a ton" of money, she said Wednesday, "I think we really need to get to $10 trillion to have a shot" at slowing climate change.... (more)


June 6, 2019
WASHINGTON EXAMINER — The former school resource officer widely branded as a coward for failing to intervene during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting has been arrested for failing to act during the massacre.... (more)


June 4, 2019
NEWSMAX — Pope Francis officially approved changes to the most famous prayer in Christianity so that it can better reflect the original intent of the widely-read bible verse. The phrase "lead us not into temptation" in The Lord's Prayer will officially change to "do not let us fall into temptation" as cited in the gospel of Matthew 6:13, Fox News reported.... (more)


June 4, 2019
WES VERNON — Bernie Sanders and his bride spent their honeymoon in the Soviet Union in June 1988, when he was serving as mayor of Burlington, Vermont, a city of about 40,000. The newlyweds traveled to the USSR to establish a "sister city" relationship with the city of Yaroslavl, a community on the Volga River of about 500,000.... (more)


June 3, 2019
BRYAN FISCHER — Donald Trump is getting some bad advice from somebody. That's on the "somebody," whoever that is, but the president has taken their advice, and that's on him. Trump is already running for reelection, although the formal announcement won't come for a couple of weeks. But somebody (Javanka?) has convinced him that it will help him in 2020 to launch a global campaign for homosexuality today.... (more)


June 3, 2019
BYRON YORK — One of the more unfortunate effects of the Trump-Russia investigation -- and there have been many -- is the weakening of traditional standards of argument and proof in the public debate over allegations that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to fix the 2016 election. (Just for the record: It didn't.)... (more)


June 3, 2019
DAILY CALLER — Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador suggested Mexico might be ready to step up migration control measures in response to President Donald Trump's tariff ultimatum. Lopez Obrador said Mexico could be ready to strike a deal with the United States by helping prevent illegal border crossings into the U.S. during a news conference, Reuters reported.... (more)


June 3, 2019
RED STATE — On January 5, 2017, a meeting of senior Obama administration officials was held in the Oval Office. The topic -- the Russia collusion investigation. Among the participants were President Obama, Vice President Biden, FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, National Security Advisor Susan Rice and several others.... (more)


June 3, 2019
NEWSMAX — China's defense minister warned Sunday that its military will "resolutely take action" to defend Beijing's claims over self-ruled Taiwan and disputed South China Sea waters. Speaking at an annual security conference in Singapore, Gen. Wei Fenghe did not direct the threat at the U.S. but loaded his address with criticism of activities by Washington, including support for Taiwan and leading so-called freedom of navigation operations in the strategic waterways that China virtually claims as its own.... (more)


June 2, 2019
DAILY SIGNAL — Climate isn't the same as weather -- unless, of course, weather happens to be politically useful. In that case, weather portends climate apocalypse. So warns Elizabeth Warren as she surveyed Iowan rainstorms, which she claims, like tornadoes and floods, are more frequent and severe. "Different parts of the country deal with different climate issues," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-Malthusia, cautioned as she too warned of extreme tornadoes. "But ALL of these threats will be increasing in intensity as climate crisis grows and we fail to act appropriately."... (more)


June 2, 2019
WORLDNETDAILY — Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who for two years has maintained he has undisclosed evidence of Trump campaign "collusion" with Russia, now is moving to insert himself in the president's order allowing Attorney General William Barr to declassify documents related to the origins of the Russia probe.... (more)


June 1, 2019
CBS SACRAMENTO — Governor Gavin Newsom took a step Friday to support women's rights to have an abortion and even indicated women can come to California to have one if they want.... (more)


June 1, 2019
NEW YORK POST — Zheng Qiaozhi -- we will call him George -- still has nightmares. He was interning at China's Shenyang Army General Hospital when he was drafted to be part of an organ-harvesting team.... (more)


June 1, 2019
YOUTUBE — In an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning," Attorney General William Barr highlights why he opened an investigation into the origins of the Russia investigation. Barr tells CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford there is evidence that makes him believe senior government officials may have acted improperly to authorize surveillance of President Trump's 2016 campaign. He says that led to "spying" on the campaign.... (more)


June 1, 2019
YOUTUBE — In an exclusive interview with "CBS This Morning," Attorney General William Barr says special counsel Robert Mueller could have said whether he believes President Trump committed a crime. CBS News chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford traveled with Barr to Alaska, where he is listening to the unique concerns of native Alaskans. She pressed the attorney general on issues ranging from obstruction of the Russia investigation, to his review of how that probe began in 2016.... (more)


May 31, 2019
YOUTUBE — Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Harvard law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz react to AG Barr's comments on Robert Mueller's statement.... (more)


May 31, 2019
WES VERNON — Day by day, we are witnessing the build-up of Communist China in pursuit of its ultimate goal to depose the United States as "the world's lone super power." One of several methods utilized by the Chinese to accomplish this is to make inroads with U.S. allies, by luring them into being less reliant on America strategically -- in trade issues and every other field. China attempts this first gradually and then in larger steps. The obvious purpose, ultimately, is to weaken ties between America and U.S.-friendly nations worldwide.... (more)


May 30, 2019
BRYAN FISCHER — A revisionist Western was released in 2007 – The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford – that portrayed the relationship between Jesse James and a ne'er-do-well named Robert Ford.James, of course, was famous worldwide as an outlaw, a bank robber, and a train robber. Ford was a nobody, a fringe member of the James gang. When a reward of $10,000 was posted for James, dead or alive, Robert Ford shot him in the back of the head while James was rearranging a picture on the wall. (He only got $500 for his trouble.)... (more)


May 30, 2019
NEW YORK POST — Special prosecutor Robert Mueller's statement upon the shuttering of his two-year investigation into the Trump campaign was weird even by the standards of the weirdness of the past couple of years. "Charging the president with a crime was not something we could consider," he reported. Indeed, even pursuing that question, he added, would have been unconstitutional under long-standing Justice Department guidelines.... (more)


May 30, 2019
NEWSMAX — Robert Mueller was out of line to imply President Donald Trump might have obstructed justice during the two-year Russia investigation, attorney Alan Dershowitz told Newsmax TV. Minutes after Mueller addressed the media and the American public Wednesday morning to wrap up his Russia probe, Dershowitz joined Newsmax TV host John Bachman for his immediate thoughts.... (more)


May 30, 2019
ANDREW MCCARTHY — Bob Mueller decided to shoot up the town before he rode off into the sunset. It is fair enough to observe that in his short but explosive speech, delivered at the Justice Department Wednesday morning, the special counsel did not say anything that wasn't already set forth in his report -- a point being emphasized by the White House. The sprawling report is 448 pages long, however. In his nine-minute address, Mueller quite consciously highlighted the portions of the report that fuel the Democrats' calls for impeachment.... (more)


May 30, 2019
NEWSMAX — Outgoing special counsel Robert Mueller wrote a "convoluted, complex" report that did not conclude anything about President Donald Trump, but there was not any reason he could not have said the president was guilty of wrongdoing if the evidence presented itself, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Wednesday.... (more)


May 30, 2019
NEWSMAX — Special Counsel Robert Mueller's first and only public statement about his two-year probe of Russia's interference in the 2016 election was a "disservice to the public," Newsmax Media CEO Christopher Ruddy said Wednesday.... (more)