Month: May 2017

New surprise suspect in Obama spy scandal

By Garth Kant Former U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power WASHINGTON – The inquiry into whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign and transition team has a new surprise suspect: former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power. The House Intelligence Committee announced Wednesday it was submitting subpoenas as part of its ongoing investigation Read More …

The Treaty of Tripoli: Not what atheists think

By Bill Federer The Treaty of Tripoli is of particular interest as secularists attempt to use its wording as a definitive expression of the intent of America’s founders regarding religion and government. An in-depth examination, though, may prove this untenable. In March of 1785, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson met in France with Tripoli’s ambassador Read More …

Decision day for moving Israeli Embassy

By -NO AUTHOR- WASHINGTON – If President Donald Trump doesn’t affirmatively sign a waiver Thursday not to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, it will be moved under a law passed in 1995. Unless Trump signs a waiver as did Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama before midnight, Read More …

Were Egypt’s ancient pharaohs European?

By -NO AUTHOR- This study’s results are going to disappoint a lot of people invested in the history of the ancient Egyptians – the Afrocentists who say they were black, modern Egyptians who view themselves as their lineal descendants and the fringe folks who claim a link between the ancients and extraterrestrials. In the first Read More …

Media yawn at Venezuela’s spiraling, socialist nightmare

By -NO AUTHOR- (LIFEZETTE) — Out of approximately 50,000 total evening news stories on ABC, CBS and NBC combined in the last four years, just 25 have covered the ongoing crisis in socialist Venezuela, according to a Media Research Center study published Tuesday. After Venezuela’s former socialist president, Hugo Chávez, passed away in March 2013, Read More …

Congress issues ‘unmasking’ subpoenas

By -NO AUTHOR- (WALL STREET JOURNAL) — The House Intelligence Committee issued seven subpoenas on Wednesday, in a sign that its investigation into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election is ramping up in scope and intensity, according to people familiar with the matter. The Republican-led committee issued four subpoenas related to the Russia investigation. Read More …

Trump restores ‘freedom of conscience’ with proposed rule

By Bob Unruh Little Sisters of the Poor President Trump is restoring “freedom of conscience” to America with a proposed rule that would lift the burdensome, and unconstitutional – according to critics – demands from ex-President Obama that employers pay for abortion-causing chemicals for employees, public-interest groups are saying. “This interim rule, if issued as Read More …