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Rosie the Riveter. Liberty Bonds. Scrap drives. In World War II, it was practically impossible to live a day in the United States without being directly affected by the war overseas. Anyone who was not actively serving on the front lines was involved somehow in the war effort on the home front. Public involvement was
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Russia’s aggression against Ukraine continues to mount. Last month, Russian authorities illegally apprehended three Ukrainian Navy ships and 24 sailors near the Sea of Azov. They are still being held. Just this week, commercially available satellite imagery revealed a massive Russian military build-up only few miles from the Ukrainian border. Each new act of Russian
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“As new Mexican president takes office, experts foresee rocky road in relations with United States” So read a recent headline in the Houston Chronicle. Should we be worried? One of the last acts of the outgoing Mexican president, Enrique Peña Nieto, suggests otherwise. In addition to signing to the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, he
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The Supreme Court is back in session after a month-long break. All eyes likely will be on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who returns to the bench after missing the January sitting for oral arguments. Ginsburg reportedly joined her fellow justices for one of their closed-door meetings last Friday, but this will be her first major appearance in
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Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, will no longer host “The Vagina Monologues” — all because you don’t necessarily need to have a vagina in order to be a woman, apparently. This isn’t a new concept: The university is simply following suit in a long line of colleges changing the production in order to be
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SAN DIEGO – Special agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations executed a federal warrant during a worksite enforcement operation at a San Diego market today. During the operation, 26 individuals working at the market were determined to be in the United States without authorization. They were temporarily taken into custody
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On Monday, January 28, 2019, the Trump Administration announced sanctions on Venezuelan oil. Pursuant to U.S. Executive Order 13850, all U.S. entities are prohibited from doing business with Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela, S.A. (PDVSA).REF Additionally, any future income generated from PDVSA’s American subsidiary, CITGO, will go into blocked accounts that will be
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The former leading spokeswoman for the Department of Justice under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is joining CNN as a political editor for the 2020 presidential campaign, Politico reported Tuesday. Sarah Isgur, who has no experience in news, is joining CNN next month to coordinate political coverage of the White House run, the news outlet
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A Fundamental Conflict of Visions Robert E. Moffit, PhD: Today, we are going to address proposals to replace America’s current health care arrangements with a national a “single-payer” health care system. While I will confine myself to some general remarks, I am happy to introduce two outstanding colleagues. The first is Dr. Christopher Pope, a
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Questions remain about the availability of important communications from Mike Bloomberg’s tenure as New York City mayor. The Daily News had reported in 2016 that Bloomberg’s emails from 12 years as mayor remained unavailable for public inspection. The Washington Free Beacon made a new effort to update the availability of the email during Bloomberg’s days
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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein plans to leave the Justice Department in mid-March, agency officials told news outlets on Monday. According to CNN, a Justice Department official said that Rosenstein’s departure is not related to a controversy surrounding his alleged offer wear a wire during conversations with President Trump. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew
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California led fourteen other states in a lawsuit to block President Donald Trump from building a border wall through the declaration of a national emergency. California attorney general Xavier Becerra made the announcement of the lawsuit on Monday which coincides with Presidents Day. “Today, on Presidents Day, we take President Trump to court to block
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The Daily Mail published two reports about Malia Obama, the daughter of former President Barack Obama, but liberals are falsely accusing conservatives of expressing outrage over the stories. The 20 year-old was captured in photos sipping expensive rosé in a bikini with her friends in Miami, Florida. In another report, posts from her secret Facebook
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Author Clint Johnson published “Tin Cans and Greyhounds: The Destroyers that Won Two World Wars,” which traces the history of those versatile ships and the heroic men who crewed them, on Feb. 12. The book tells the story of Lieutenant Commander Robert Copeland, cook Billy Conatser and more. Johnson has authored numerous books on U.S.
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California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is hoping to pull National Guard troops away from the U.S.-Mexico border to help protect his state’s struggling marijuana industry. Faced with competition from a robust black market, the legal cannabis industry in California has not experienced the growth that supporters had expected. Newsom — who enjoyed hundreds of
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A group of 16 states filed suit if federal court in California to stop President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration to fund a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, The Washington Post reported. Earlier in the day, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra told MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” he planned to file California’s lawsuit.. He didn’t specify which
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President Donald Trump is considering four people to be his next UN ambassador: Goldman Sachs Group Inc. partner Dina Powell, the current ambassadors to Canada and Germany, Kelly Craft and Richard Grenell, and John James, a former Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Michigan, according to people familiar with the matter. The people asked not to
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President Donald Trump “showed contempt for the American people” when he met with the Russian officials for a closed-door meeting in 2017, according to former Massachusetts governor William Weld. In an interview with Alisyn Camerota on CNN’s “New Day” on Monday, Weld blasted Trump’s choice to meet with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and then-Ambassador
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Tennis legend Martina Navratilova was criticized last year after calling for standards to be set as an increasing number of transgender biologically-male athletes are competing in women’s sports. After promising to research the topic further, she penned an op-ed on Sunday reaffirming her views and calling it “insane and cheating” to allow a man to
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Former Vice President Joe Biden regularly tops the polls of potential Democratic candidates in 2020, but pollsters are unsure if this lead is due to popularity or name-recognition. “These polls are today’s reality,” Democratic pollster John Anzalone told Politico. “And sometimes, today’s reality holds until tomorrow and all the way until next year. And other
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When Donald Trump visited Beto O’Rourke’s hometown to argue that walling off the southern border makes the U.S. safer, the former Democratic congressman and possible 2020 presidential hopeful was ready. As the president filled an El Paso arena with supporters, O’Rourke helped lead thousands of his own on a protest march past the barrier of
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There would have never been a United States of America without George Washington. John Rhodehamel, author of “George Washington: The Wonder of the Age,” details how Washington successfully guided the budding nation through war and nurtured her in peace. Watch: Transcript: (Article Continues Below Advertisement) It’s hard to imagine there would have been a
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in Syndicated Posts, Trump Administration, White House Watch February 18, 2019 President Donald Trump will travel to Florida International University Monday afternoon then fly to the White House. Keep up with Trump on President Trump’s Schedule Page. President Trump’s schedule for 2/18/19 All Times EST 3:00 PM The president and first lady
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