On Monday night, President Donald Trump had dinner with war weasels Senator Lindsey Graham and John McCain to talk about North Korea. McCain and Graham came away from the affair enthused, meaning the rest of us should be wary of things to come.
During a recent interview with the Associated Press, President Donald Trump declared that his administration is working on a plan to renegotiate NAFTA. If the president isn’t satisfied with the new terms of the so-far “disastrous” trade deal, he says its termination is still very much on the table.
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The combined power of U.S. and Russian weapon stockpiles is enough to kill virtually every person on the planet if a large scale military showdown between the two superpowers were to occur, warns a leading nuclear weapons expert.
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Signaling that modern warfare between developed nations would come with a heavy focus on destroying information technology infrastructure, Russian state-run media is touting the country’s ability to disable U.S. military assets electronically.
Environmental groups are reportedly collaborating with government agencies to thwart border wall construction efforts. A substantial barrier in Arizona and New Mexico, they claim, would disturb endangered jaguar populations in the region.
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President Donald Trump got heavy duty support in the general election from Americans who believed a Hillary Clinton presidency meant a devotion to foreign policy objectives centered on making happy wealthy Saudi Arabian benefactors. Trump’s bombing of Syria is now heading the U.S. down that path anyway, whether he knows it or not.
Establishment Republicans are praising President Donald Trump’s strong response to reports that Syrian leader Bashar Assad waged chemical attacks on his own people. But was military attack in the U.S.’s national security interests?
Recent reports of Arizona liberals showing up armed for a counter-Trump protest indicate that patriot groups are no longer the only game in town when it comes to private citizens willing to take up arms against perceived government overreach.
Earlier this month, the national paper you probably haven’t read since the last time you stayed in a hotel published a piece lauding the hijab as a symbol of “resistance, feminism in the age of Trump.” The absurdity is suffocating.
Under the guise of protecting vulnerable populations from human trafficking and filth online, lawmakers in a handful of states are pushing laws that would require residents to pay a government fee and identify themselves before accessing adult material online.
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Legislation being pushed in New York would majorly damage free speech by allowing the government to demand the removal of any information deemed “inaccurate,” “irrelevant,” “inadequate” or “excessive” by offended parties.
The idea that harshly old fashioned Senator Jeff Sessions, the nation’s new attorney general, would be willing to wheel and deal with Russia on behalf of the Donald Trump presidential campaign is preposterous. And as more details about the controversy emerge, Democrats are showing the nation the true meaning of the word “desperation.”
Congressional Democrats used President Donald Trump’s Tuesday address to legislators as another opportunity to signal that they’re unwilling to work with the White House in any way. But they ought to be delighted.
On the heels of rumors that the Donald Trump Justice Department is eyeing options to walk back state legalization of recreational marijuana, Attorney General Jeff Sessions appears to have claimed the high level of THC in modern pot is making users violent.
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