Monthly Archives: November 2017

Prosecution of Blackwater Contractors Continues Under Trump DOJ, Despite Growing Doubts

The Trump administration’s Department of Justice (DOJ) is continuing the prosecution of four former employees of Blackwater, the military contractor that was involved in a 2007 shootout in a public square in Baghdad, Iraq.

Senate Ethics Committee opens ‘preliminary inquiry’ into Al Franken allegations

The Senate Ethics Committee said Thursday that it had opened a ‘preliminary inquiry’ into groping allegations against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn.

These Are The Facebook Ads Trump Only Wants His Loyal Supporters To See

“Fake news” media, liberal obstructionists and the San Francisco 49ers are all targets of his fundraising fury.

Colin Kaepernick To Receive Muhammad Ali Legacy Award

“Like Muhammad, Colin is a man who stands on his convictions with confidence and courage,” Ali’s widow said.

Eagles Safety Malcolm Jenkins to Cease National Anthem Protest After NFL’s $89M Social Justice Pledge

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins announced that he plans to stand for the national anthem without raising a clenched fist in protest this weekend against the Seattle Seahawks after consistently protesting the pregame patriotic ritual since e…

New Hampshire Republicans Are Pushing Another Measure Restricting Who Can Vote

President Trump has claimed widespread voter fraud lost him the election in the state, but has presented no evidence.

Tillerson Speech Hits Right Notes on Europe, but Weak on Support for Brexit

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s speech on Tuesday at The Wilson Center on Strengthening Western Alliances rightly placed U.S. alliances in Europe front and center… Read More

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