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WH: Media’s Focus on Trump’s Phone Call Should Have Ended After Kelly’s Comments

The White House said Friday that the media’s focus on President Donald Trump’s phone call to the widow of a soldier who died in Niger should have ended yesterday after White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly spoke on the issue, but instead, it’s …

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Will Trump Tear Up NAFTA?

The future of free trade in North America is up in the air as the Trump administration’s talks with Mexico and Canada continue to stumble. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer recently announced negotiations on the North American Free Trade Agreement would be pushed back into …

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Cleveland Cops in Car Chase That Killed Two Get Their Jobs Back

Five Cleveland police officers have gotten their jobs back. The arbitrator who reinstated them did not dispute the irresponsible behavior that had led them to be fired from the force, but he decided the officers had been “good cops” before the incident and therefore should …

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Trump/Fallen Solider Scandal Continues, Suicide Bombers Attack Kabul, and North Korea Disses U.S. in Letter to Australia: P.M. Links

Other countries warn tourists going to America about our mass shootings. The fallout from Trump’s comments to the family of a fallen solider continues. At least 39 killed in suicide bombing attacks on a Mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan. Steve Mnuchin says pass a tax bill …

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G7, tech giants agree on plan to block 'terror' content online…

G7, tech giants agree on plan to block ‘terror’ content online… (Second column, 13th story, link) Continue Reading....

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Seasoned Fox News Anchor Wants to Shut Down the Cries of “Fake News!”

I’m wondering what the conversation around the Fox News water cooler is going to be like, next week? “Fox News Sunday” host, Chris Wallace, seems to have taken exception to some of his colleagues, who are more opinion than actual hard news, ripping on the …

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G7 Meets with Internet Titans to Discuss Stopping the Spread of Terrorism Online

The Group of 7 — Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the US — met Friday with internet giants Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft, at an Italian island off the coast of Naples to discuss how they can work together to address the spread …

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Ryan: “Identity politics has gotten out of control”

It takes ten minutes exactly for this moment to arrive, but it’s worth sitting through the rest to get a better sense of the tax-reform package that will inevitably crash and burn by the end of the year. We’ll get back to that, but House …

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Antifa fight club: Teaching the far left to punch and shoot

Buzzfeed published a story yesterday about efforts by Antifa members to train like-minded leftists to throw a punch and fire a gun. This is entirely predictable if you’ve been paying attention to the growth of these movements and yet still a bit worrisome: The Haymaker …

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Obama: We’ve got folks in office now who are trying to deliberately make Americans angry

First McCain, then Bush, now this guy. Three Trump attacks in three days from politicians whose best moments came in the previous decade. As a president whose popularity among his base depends upon being seen as anti-establishment, Trump couldn’t have asked for more than to …

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