Monthly Archives: February 2018

Former Trump administration officials, from Comey to McCabe

From the White House chief of staff to the FBI director, from leaving for a new job to learning of his firing from a television, here’s a running list of those who have left the Trump administration.

Rogue Swiss cop under investigation for meeting Russian lawyer who was at Trump Tower

Barely six months after her brief meeting at Trump Tower in New York City, questions are now being raised about Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya’s unauthorized encounter with a top Swiss money-laundering investigator in Moscow.

Trump Guns for NRA in White House Meeting on Gun Policy

President Donald Trump took on the National Rifle Association (NRA) — and politicians who support it — in a free-wheeling, bipartisan, televised discussion on gun laws with members of Congress at the White House Wednesday.

Trump Guns for NRA in White House Meeting on Gun Policy

President Donald Trump took on the National Rifle Association (NRA) — and politicians who support it — in a free-wheeling, bipartisan, televised discussion on gun laws with members of Congress at the White House Wednesday.

Hope Hicks resigns from White House

The Hill, by Avery Anapol Posted By: JoniTx- Wed, 28 45 2018 09:45:50 GMT Hope Hicks on Wednesday resigned from her post as White House communications director.”There are no words to adequately express my gratitude to President Trump,” she said in a statement. “I wish the president and his administration the very best as he continues to lead our country.” The New York Times first reported that Hicks told colleagues she had been considering resigning for months, and made her announcement internally on Wednesday. President Trump said that Hicks is “a truly great person.” “Hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years,” the president said. “She is as smart

Barbra Streisand Cloned Her Dogs. For $50,000, You Can Clone Yours.

New York Times, by Matt Stevens Posted By: JoniTx- Wed, 28 53 2018 09:53:32 GMT It was basically an aside — an odd and interesting nugget in an interview with Barbra Streisand that otherwise dealt with heavy topics like sexism and politics. Indeed, most of the 2,800’word article about Ms. Streisand in Variety is devoted to detailing the actress’s decades’long efforts to break up Hollywood’s boys’ club, as the 90th Academy Awards ceremony approaches with the #MeToo movement as the backdrop. But it was that one nugget — a brief comment about her dogs — that drew the most attention on Tuesday night. In her interview with Variety, Ms. Streisand revealed that two of her

A Machine Gun Is an ‘Assault Rifle,’ an AR’15 Is Not

Breitbart Big Government, by George Urmston Posted By: earlybird- Wed, 28 06 2018 10:06:51 GMT I just read an article on “assault rifles.” Though written by a firearm professional and fairly accurate, the article still missed the mark on a few items. First off, an AR’15 is not an “Assault Rifle,” as it is not capable of firing in either burst or automatic modes. The AR in AR’15 stands for “Armalite Rifle”. Armalite was the first company to manufacture Eugene Stoner’s rifle design in the late 1950’s. Another inaccuracy in the article was the suggestion that civilians cannot own machine guns. This is simply false. Machine guns can be obtained for civilian ownership, however they come at a

Woman accused of poisoning her look-alike with a cheesecake

A Russian native from Brooklyn has been accused of poisoning her look-alike with a cheesecake and then stealing her identity and other property.

Neighbors say police, others alerted before child’s death

Former neighbors of a couple accused of fatally beating a 10-year-old girl say they heard abuse and reported it to police and human services officials.

Memo to West Virginia Teachers Striking: Union Policies to Blame for Lower Pay for Good Teachers

If you see thousands of children in West Virginia out of school this week, rest assured they are not playing hooky. In fact, it’s their… Read More

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