Month: October 2017

Posted by: Rich Mitchell in Featured Politics, Politics October 20, 2017 President Donald Trump will receive his daily intelligence briefing then meet with the Secretary-General of the United Nations. The president’s afternoon is notably empty which usually indicates that we’re either in for a surprise announcement, conference or another event so check back often. President Trump’s
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President Donald Trump signed two Senate bills and one House resolution into law Wednesday afternoon. S. 178, the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act, which establishes certain requirements for the Department of Justice with respect to investigating and prosecuting elder abuse crimes; and amends Federal criminal law to expand telemarketing fraud to include email marketing
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The NFL Thursday Night Football game between the Carolina Panthers and Philadelphia Eagles featured a new twist in the National Anthem protests – CBS and the NFL Network decided not to televise the pre-game playing of “The Star Spangled-Banner.” None of the players on either team kneeled during the anthem according to accounts of
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