The Trump administration will continue to launch retaliatory strikes against Iran, but the regime cannot afford to go to war with the United States, Newsmax national security analyst Raymond Tanter said Thursday. “Iran will continue to launch attacks on unmanned drones,” Tanter said in an interview. “Military strikes against American drones will result in counterstrikes
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The University of California, Berkeley, was once known as the birthplace of the 1960s free-speech movement, but violent protests against conservative speakers on campus in recent years seemingly put a blemish on the school’s lofty status as a haven for unfettered expression. And a recent move by the city of Berkeley shows it may be
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President Donald Trump is considering replacing Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats with former CIA analyst Fred Fleitz, a new report claims. The Washington Times reported Thursday that Trump soured on Coats in February after his comments about North Korea in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee. In May, as the Times noted, Trump signed
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Democratic socialist Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said Wednesday that nobody in America would be “heartbroken” at the prospect of losing their private health insurance. The freshman congresswoman reportedly made the comment while dismissing concerns over implementing the single-payer system she supports. What are the details? According to Bloomberg reporter Sahil Kapur, Ocasio-Cortez was asked about
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The City of Miami, illegal immigrant activists and churches throughout Florida filed a joint suit against Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis Tuesday after he mandated law enforcement cooperate with ICE in June. The Southern Poverty Law Center has orchestrated the lawsuit with backing from several other groups such as the Florida Immigration Coalition, the Farmworker
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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., has been tapped as President Donald Trump’s Iran envoy in an attempt to repair Iranian-American relations, Politico reports. Paul proposed meeting with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif during a recent round of golf with the president, according to four sources who spoke with the news outlet. Zarif is in New York
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Mexicans have negative views of the Central American migrants who are traveling through their own country, a new survey showed. According to the survey by The Washington Post and Mexico’s Reforma newspaper, 55% of Mexican think their country should deport the migrants to their countries of origin, while 33% think the migrants should get temporary
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A guide to inclusive language published by a Colorado State University task force cautions students, faculty, and staff to avoid the use of the terms “America” and “American,” among others, some of which might not be known to the common person to be considered offensive. The Inclusive Language Guide was compiled by Colorado State’s Inclusive
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According to a new poll, President Donald Trump’s approval rating increased by 5 percentage points among Republicans after he told “progressive Democrat congresswomen” to “go back” to the “places from which they came,” in a series of tweets on Sunday. The Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll showed the president’s net approval among members of his Republican
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John Bolton said Tuesday the U.S. government is “entitled” to ban sales from Chinese tech giant Huawei. Sens. Tom Cotton and Chris Van Hollen introduced a bill Tuesday to reinforce Trump’s efforts to blacklist Huawei. Trump said he would allow Huawei to purchase products from American manufacturers to ease the blacklist after he met with
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Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez denied in an interview airing Wednesday that there is a “fundamental fracture” going on between herself and three other liberal freshman lawmakers with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  “Just as there were members of Congress that did not vote for the speaker on the House floor the day of our swearing-in, just as
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Our Founding Fathers anticipated building a country like none other and they succeeded beyond anyone’s wildest dreams. Of course, if we listen to ‘today’s’ Democrats, they would want us to believe our Founding Fathers came to America only to enslave Africans – a damning and blatant lie. Christians in Europe were being harshly persecuted.
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The American Civil Liberties Union sued U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration on Tuesday, challenging a sweeping new rule that would bar almost all migrants from seeking asylum at the southern border of the United States. The new rule, announced on Monday and taking effect on Tuesday, marked Trump’s latest crackdown on immigration, inspiring his supporters
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Environmentalists have proposed that local governments ban plastic straws in order to spare the environment, but an unintended consequence might be leading to even worse results. As Scott Duke Kominers of Bloomberg explains, customers like the metal straws that replaced the banned plastic straws so much that they are stealing them from restaurants, believing it
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Actress and activist Alyssa Milano will attend her first 2020 Democratic primary fundraiser soon, and she’s chosen an unconventional candidate to start with. Milano will attend a fundraiser for Marianne Williamson, the author who gained significant name recognition during the first Democratic debate for her eccentric answers to questions. In her tweet announcing that she
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Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C, the lone Republican senator who is black, told Newsmax on Tuesday that President Donald Trump has “injected [Republicans] into a Democratic fight” by tweeting his suggestion that four leftist Democratic House Members “hate our country” and should “go back” to their respective countries. Scott, who added he found the president’s tweets
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In this episode of “Dear America,” BlazeTV host Graham Allen discussed President Donald Trump’s controversial tweets about far-left House freshmen: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), and Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.), otherwise known as “the squad.” “The Democrat Congresswomen have been spewing some of the most vile, hateful, and disgusting things ever said
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The Trump administration has denied a request by a group of 24 senators to provide Venezuelans in the United States temporary immigrant benefits in light of the humanitarian crisis in the South American country. In a July 11 letter, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services acting director Ken Cuccinelli said the administration “continues to monitor
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suffered an embarrassing setback Tuesday after Republicans called her out for violating the chamber’s rules by saying President Donald Trump’s comments about four freshman House members were racist. ”These comments from the White House are disgraceful and disgusting and those comments are racist,” Pelosi had said on the House floor during
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A United Kingdom library will be closing its doors on a church-run playgroup, which had been meeting at the facility for at least eight years. The library says it made its decision to strike down the group after several parents voiced their concerns over the group, which boasted children singing about God. What are the
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