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FOREIGN MEDDLING: Department of Education Going After Elite Colleges For Allegedly Taking And Hiding Foreign Cash

President Donald Trump’s Department of Education has launched an investigation into foreign cash secretly flowing into U.S. universities and sent letters to Georgetown University and Texas A&M Thursday. A Senate report found that 70 percent of colleges that took money from a Chinese propaganda program broke the law by not disclosing it. Almost all of the colleges that have a ...

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The DOJ Intentionally Brought Foreign Nationals Into The US As Snitches — Then It Lost Some: IG

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The Department of Justice “sponsored” approximately 5,500 foreign nationals to come to or stay in the country between 2015 and 2017 in order to provide assistance to the DOJ in criminal cases, according to a June audit from the DOJ inspector general. Sixty-two absconded, escaping the DOJ’s monitoring, and in 18 other cases, DOJ components “did not request sponsorship renewal ...

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Al Jzeera + Tricks Liberal Americans Into Spreading Anti-American Propaganda, Experts Say

AJ+, an arm of Al Jazeera, is a major video creator on Facebook, making viral videos emphasizing purported racism, sexism, labor exploitation and homophobia in America. AJ+ is owned by Qatar, a nation with notable human rights issues. Critics say Qatar is engaging in foreign meddling in U.S. politics similar to Russia and that it is using identity politics to ...

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Cummings’ Wife’s Refusal To Turn Over Records On Her Nonprofit Is ‘Illegal,’ Expert Says

Elijah Cummings

Rep. Elijah Cummings’ wife runs a nonprofit that has taken millions from interest groups with business before the Oversight Committee that Cummings chairs. Cummings’ wife did not answer a request from The Daily Caller News Foundation to review the forms, which a lawyer said was illegal. A watchdog group filed a complaint with the IRS saying that Cummings’ family could ...

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In Anti-Israel Boycott, Palestine Swears Off Israeli Hospitals — Leaving Civilians Untreated

The Palestinian Authority will prevent its own people from receiving life-saving treatments at Israeli hospitals as part of a boycott aimed at harming Israel. The PA is angry that Israel begun deducting the amount PA pays the families of terrorists to reward them for anti-Israel attacks from tax revenue that Israel pays the PA. Even pro-Palestinian observers turned their heads ...

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Al Jazeera Gets Twitter To Silence Critics Of Its Video Implying Jews Benefited From Holocaust

The Arabic network Al Jazeera posted a video that questioned the Holocaust, saying “People are divided between those who deny the annihilation, others who think that the outcome was exaggerated, and others yet who accuse the Zionist movement of blowing it out of proportion.” Al Jazeera apologized for the video. But Twitter blocked people from sharing a version of the ...

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FBI Officials Who Worked On Clinton Email Case Never Suspected Strzok-Page Affair Under Their Noses

Two FBI officials who worked in counterintelligence and described themselves as friends with either Peter Strzok or Lisa Page said they did not pick up that their colleagues were having an extramarital affair, according to transcripts of testimony obtained by TheDCNF. These friends both worked on the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server. A former undercover federal agent said ...

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Feds Apologize After Veterans Affairs Removed Bible: ‘Will Not Be Bullied On This Issue’

Department of Veterans Affairs sign

Federal officials restored a Bible to a prisoner of war display at a veterans hospital and said it “will not be bullied” by an activist group that wanted it removed. Department of Veterans Affairs staff at the Manchester, New Hampshire, veterans hospital “temporarily removed the Bible from the display out of an abundance of caution” after receiving a complaint, the ...

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Activist Says He Falsely Confessed To War Crime As Part Of Anti-War Efforts

Activist Says He Falsely Confessed To War Crime As Part Of Anti-War Efforts Luke Rosiak on April 24, 2019 Kristofer Goldsmith, now with Vietnam Veterans of America, said in 2008 that while serving in Iraq, he sabotaged the weapons of Iraqi allies while they slept, leaving them defenseless. A former military lawyer said this is a war crime that could lead ...

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Two Years Later And With Access To Classified Information, ‘Obstruction Of Justice’ Evidence Is Largely Events Already Known

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s two-year investigation did not find potential “obstruction of justice” by President Donald Trump beyond incidents that were already largely known. “As the special counsel’s report acknowledges, there is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by a sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency, propelled by his political opponents, and ...

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Read It Yourself: The Mueller Report [Full Text and Download]

On Thursday, special counsel Robert Mueller released his long-awaited, 400-page report on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election. Cut through the spin and read it for yourself in full here (the report is massive, so it will take time to load): Mueller report by on Scribd Or download it here. The investigation began after Democrats said that Wikileaks’ publication ...

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Here’s What Book Sales Tell Us About Which Presidential Candidates People Care About, And Which They Don’t

If book sales are a metric for how interested voters are in presidential candidates — which, considering the voter is actually paying to hear the candidate’s thoughts, they seem to be — then Cory Booker and Julian Castro will have a hard time gaining traction. Meanwhile, Pete Buttigieg could me more than just a flash in the pan, and coffee ...

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Second Hassan Staffer Allegedly Helped Aide Steal Massive Amounts Of Senate Data

A former Senate IT aide to Sen. Maggie Hassan, Jackson Cosko, admitted he stole tens of thousands of documents, credit card numbers, Social Security numbers and the contents of the entire network drive from the New Hampshire Democrat. Cosko used stolen private data about senators to “doxx” Republicans during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. In a plea deal, Cosko — who ...

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FISA Motion Allowed FBI To Share US Citizens’ Info With Foreign Agencies. Here’s How That May Have Played Into The Russia Probe

A secret memo granted broad rights to the FBI to share information gathered under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act with foreign officials. Two-way exchange of information with foreign officials could allow the politicized targeting of Americans, since foreign nations aren’t obligated to uphold the U.S. Constitution. The efforts by the Justice Department to gather information on Trump aides repeatedly involved ...

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How Congress Protects Its Own

Analysis — Members of Congress have increasingly remained in office for decades. Congress has designed its bureaucracy to protect incumbents, shielding them from punishment for misconduct and cloaking the institution’s dirty laundry in secrecy. Even members of opposite parties do not go after each other for ethics issues, part of a truce to avoid mutually assured destruction. Members of Congress ...

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