Month: October 2017

Apocalyptic photos: Hail swamps cars in Argentina

By -NO AUTHOR- (INDEPENDENT) — The aftermath of a storm which dumped up to five feet of water and hail in Argentina has been revealed in images released by the World Meteorological Organisation. Officials said a fierce hailstorm hit towns in the central Argentinian province of Cordoba on Thursday afternoon, leaving roads closed and vehicles Read More …

Nunes shifts dossier probe from Trump to Dems

By -NO AUTHOR- (Washington Times) On two fronts, Rep. Devin Nunes has shifted the Russia debate in Washington further away from President Trump and closer to Democrats. He exposed the practice of “unmasking” by Obama aides and flushed out the source of payments for the scandalous anti-Trump dossier that drove the Russia collusion narrative. The Read More …

Manafort indicted by federal grand jury in Russia probe

By -NO AUTHOR- WASHINGTON – Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort surrendered to federal authorities Monday on an indictment from a grand jury orchestrated by special counsel and longtime Washington insider Robert Mueller as part of his investigation into Russian meddling into the United States’ 2016 presidential election. The indictment also swept up Manafort’s onetime Read More …

U.S. ‘discouraging’ Greater Jerusalem bill, official says

By -NO AUTHOR- (JERUSALEM POST) — WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is “discouraging” any further action on a controversial Israeli bill regarding the status of greater Jerusalem, fearing it would harm its peace effort toward a comprehensive Israeli-Palestinian settlement, a senior administration official told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday. “It’s fair to say that the Read More …

The amazing, incorruptible career of John Adams

By Bill Federer John Adams John Adams was born Oct. 30, 1735. A Harvard graduate, he was admitted to the bar and married Abigail Smith in 1764. In 1765, Britain enacted the Stamp Act, which would be equivalent to a present-day Internet tax and government surveillance of emails. John Adams wrote: “It seems very manifest Read More …

China forecast to grab technology lead from U.S.

By -NO AUTHOR- China soon will grab the lead in technology away from the United States, warns an analyst who cites the Asian nation’s progress in quantum communications, computers and artificial intelligence, documents a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The advisory comes from Martin Armstrong, who publishes the Armstrong Economics website. His organization “offers Read More …

Judge Roy Moore identifies biggest threats to U.S.

By Alicia Powe Judge Roy Moore WASHINGTON – Much ado has been made in recent political campaigns about identifying America’s biggest threat. Is it ISIS? Russia? China? North Korea? Actually, the greatest threats to the United States and the preservation of its freedoms come from within, Republican Alabama Senate nominee Judge Roy Moore believes. Moore Read More …