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Government watchdog group Judicial Watch is suing the Department of Defense on behalf of a Pentagon analyst who said he was stripped of his security clearance after raising concerns about contracts given to Stefan Halper, the FBI informant who spied on the Trump campaign according to a press release. “Mr. Lovinger was targeted because
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A former attorney for Donald Trump has pleaded guilty and another Trump associate are both guilty of several felonies. A jury in Virginia convicted Trump associate Paul Manafort in 8 of 18 felony counts that the Mueller investigation brought against him, but the judge declared a mistrial on the remaining counts. The convictions center
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  by Chris White President Donald Trump announced Monday a new climate rule curtailing elements of his Democratic predecessor’s environmental regulations targeting carbon emissions from coal power plants. Trump announced a new climate rule — the Affordable Clean Energy, or “ACE,” rule — restricting emission reduction efforts coal companies and states are obligated to
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  by Jason Hopkins A political advocacy group founded by the Koch brothers is launching an ad campaign in support of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s re-election, touting his education record while knocking his Democratic opponent. Americans for Prosperity, a national political operation founded by Charles and David Koch, is giving Republican Scott Walker a
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An illegal immigrant from the Dominican Republic pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to passport fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts. Alejandro Valera, 40, a Dominican national residing in Mattapan, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty to knowingly making false statements in applying for a U.S. passport, Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV
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Posted by: R. Mitchell in In The News, Trump Administration August 20, 2018 President Donald Trump holds one of his legendary Make America Great Again rallies in Charleston, West Virginia Tuesday evening. The rally will lend support for Republican Senatorial nominee Patrick Morrisey who is challenging Democratic party incumbent Joe Manchin for that Senate seat. Current polls range
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President Donald Trump said Saturday morning that his administration “would not let” social media discrimination against conservatives continue. “Social Media is totally discriminating against Republican/Conservative voices,” Trump posted on Twitter. “Speaking loudly and clearly for the Trump Administration, we won’t let that happen. They are closing down the opinions of many people on the
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Government watchdog Judicial Watch has discovered five additional emails containing classified information that flowed through former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her unsecure, non -“State.gov” email system. “These classified Hillary Clinton emails that she tried to hide or destroy show why it is urgent that the DOJ finally undertake a honest criminal investigation,”
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  by Kyle Perisic PragerU tweeted on Friday that Facebook deleted some of its videos for violating the social media giant’s “hate speech” policies. PragerU also said that its past nine posts by the administrator who posted the deleted videos have been shadow-banned, reaching none of its followers. PragerU has fought big tech before.
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  by Molly Prince A federal court upheld a prior dismissal of a challenge to Texas’s campus carry law Thursday, providing individuals with a concealed carry permit the ability to carry a firearm on public university property. The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals rejected to revive the lawsuit by three University of Texas at Austin
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