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G-20 showdowns: Putin to meet Trump on “sidelines”

Get ready for the meeting that will launch a thousand conspiracy theories. Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin have kept each other at arm’s length ever since the US election, thanks in part to Russian attempts to interfere in the process and Trump’s tough stance on …

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A frustrated Tillerson said to erupt in White House meeting

Have we already reached the stage where President Trump could lose a Cabinet member over his, uh, different management style? It’s only been 160 days — just 11 % of a first term — yet, according to Politico, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson recently erupted …

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Criticism of Trump Shifts From ‘Collusion’ to ‘Inaction’: ‘Dereliction’ of His Duty to Defend the Country

Ambassador Nicholas Burns, now a professor at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, testified before the Senate intelligence committee on Wednesday, June 29, 2017. Continue Reading....

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Paris Set to Build Bulletproof ‘Wall’ Around Eiffel Tower as Terrorism Becomes Norm in Europe

Americans are still waiting for a border wall, but France is set to get a wall of their own by the end of the year. Continue Reading....

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Media’s Trump-Russia Obsession Crowds Out These 5 Important Stories

Anything and everything Russia Continue Reading....

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Ann Coulter Pens Scathing Anti-Goldman Sachs Blog, With Extra Burn Of Sean Hannity

Somewhere between Donald Trump’s coronation inauguration in January and today, Ann Coulter began to slowly wake up, and she’s waking up cranky. Hilarity ensues. Coulter appeared on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program last week, only to snipe at Hannity afterwards, saying he edited out comments …

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A.M. Links: Trump’s Revised Travel Ban Begins Today, South Korean President Visits U.S., Iraq Retakes Mosul Mosque

President Donald Trump’s executive order banning travelers from six majority-Muslim countries is set to go into partial effect today after the Supreme Court on Monday lifted some parts of the order that had been blocked by lower courts. “The Trump administration has set new criteria …

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The Foolishness of Pursuing Regime Change in Iran: New at Reason

Some people in Washington are sick of trying to get the government of Iran to change its ways—which include financing terrorism, punishing dissent, and supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad. They have embraced another idea: Help topple the rulers in Tehran in hopes of getting someone …

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In Light of the Philando Castile Shooting, Should You Tell That Cop You Have a Gun?

Philando Castile was trying to avoid trouble when he informed the police officer who pulled him over that he was carrying a pistol. But as everyone who has followed the case knows, the disclosure quickly set off a chain of events that led to Castile’s …

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Activists Plan to Make Republican Holidays Hell…

Activists Plan to Make Republican Holidays Hell… (Second column, 8th story, link) Continue Reading....

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