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Trump Looks to Uproot Numbers-Only Bias Test Widely Used Across America

By Paul Sperry In what would be one of the Trump administration’s most far-reaching moves regarding race relations, top White House officials are planning a sharp pullback from federal efforts to correct imbalances in outcomes for minorities in everything from housing to hiring. On the table: a ban on the use of a controversial, numbers-focused, racial-bias theory known as “disparate ...

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President Trump Will Demand that Venezuela’s Maduro Steps Down

By AMI Newswire President Trump will call on Venezuela’s dictator Nicolas Maduro to leave office according an advanced text of a speech he will deliver today in Miami. Trump will also demand that Venezuela’s military allow humanitarian aid to arrive in that beleaguered socialist state. If the military leaders refuse, he is threatening to freeze their international financial assets. He has ...

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Trump Tweet Beet : Trump Says Senate Supports His Innocence

By Tim Nerozzi President Trump declares the Senate has cleared him of colluding with Russia in the 2016 campaign but Democrats claim he is jumping the gun. The Tweet: “The Senate Intelligence Committee: THERE IS NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION BETWEEN THE TRUMP CAMPAIGN AND RUSSIA!” What It Means: Trump’s tweet came after the ranking Republican on the  Senate Intelligence Committee, ...

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Growing Number of Schools Arming Themselves With Defense Budgets

By Steve Miller, RealClearInvestigations The Chippewa Valley school district in suburban Detroit didn’t retreat in 2017 after voters overwhelmingly defeated its proposal to borrow $90 million for spending pitched as “protecting the community’s investment in our schools.” Instead it rebranded the package as if lives were on the line – as an effort to literally protect students. Last year, voters ...

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Since 2016: Democrats Have Increasingly Abandoned Israel

By Tim Nerozzi A growing number of Democrats are seeking to end America’s close relationship with Israel. Freshmen congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) has referred to Israel as an “ apartheid regime.” Another first-term congresswoman Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) has called to lead special trips to Palestine. Their views reflect a movement away from the Democratic party’s long support for Israel, or ...

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As U.S. Talks Continue, Turkey Changing Tune on Islamist Group

The Trump administration is pursuing a diplomatic breakthrough with Turkey after months of fluctuating ties with the NATO ally. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu visits Washington D.C. today as part of a meeting of the anti-ISIS coalition. President Trump expected to address the group and bilateral talks between the United States and Turkey are likely to continue on the sidelines ...

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Pakistan Works To Finish Border Fence Along Disputed Afghan Border

By Joseph Hammond While President Trump is having trouble adding a few miles of fence to America’s incomplete border with Mexico, Pakistan is busy building one of the world’s longest border fences. Climbing over some of the world’s toughest terrain, Pakistan’s border fence will stretch more 1,800-miles and ascend more than 12,000-feet above sea level. It will march over mountains, ...

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How ‘MeToo’ Allegations Took Down A Harvard Academic

By Stuart Taylor Jr, RealClearInvestigations In a December 14, 2018 piece, the New York Times set the stage by noting in its opening sentences that Roland G. Fryer Jr. had attained tenure at Harvard, received a MacArthur “genius” grant, and won the most prestigious award for a young American economist. In the second paragraph came the takedown: “But his rapid ascent has ...

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Cease-Fire in Yemen Erodes As Houthis Re-Arm

By AMI Newswire Iranian-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen have taken some provocative actions in recent days which may threaten the country’s fragile cease-fire. “The Badr-1-P ballistic missiles targeted gatherings of Saudi troops in two separate military bases, one in Najran and the other in Asir,” said a statement from the Houthi rebels that appeared to announce new strikes on the ...

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GAO reports show that Congress and bureaucrats aren’t watching your money

By Dustin Siggins The federal government isn’t properly safeguarding taxpayer dollars, from Congress on down, according to two recent government reports. On December 7, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) reported that “over half of” 24 federal agencies were “noncompliant” with improper payment oversight requirements in 2016 and 2017. Nine of those agencies have been compliant since 2011. Improper payments officially ...

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Reduced Sentence for Sexual Predators Becoming More Common

By Max Diamond, RealClearInvestigations After Jessica Lynn Kanya attempted to sexually abuse a 14-year-old child, she was sentenced to 36 months in prison last March. But Lynn served none of that time behind bars when District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Hiram E. Puig-Lago decided to suspend her sentence. Such leniency is common in Washington, D.C., RealClearInvestigations has found, because ...

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Hurrah: Female Marine Completes Gruelling Mountain School For The First Time

By Joseph Hammond Sgt. Tara-Lyn Baker is the first woman to become part of the frozen few. Over six grueling weeks, Sgt. Baker demonstrated a range of combat skills in snow and ice to complete the winter mountain leaders course at the Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center near Bridgeport, California. A video published by the U.S. Marine Corp Times shows ...

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Disposal of Greenpeace Vessels Causes Environmental Scandal

By Tim Nerrozi The environmental group Greenpeace is facing an ecological and public relations disaster after it allowed its iconic flagship vessel to be stripped in a Bangladeshi shipping yard. For years, many government agencies and NGOs have argued that lax standards make the Indian subcontinent unsuitable for processing old ships. Nevertheless, Greenpeace left its famous vessel, Rongdhonu (a.k.a.) Rainbow ...

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Pence Quietly Taking On Larger Role With Trump Administration

By Tim Nerozzi North Korea, on many issues, he is taking the lead across the Pacific in a way unusual for a vice president – sometimes dramatically. During the tail end of last year, Pence threatened that the United States’ current tariffs would continue until China became more diplomatic in international negotiations. The vice-president even hinted at the United States’ ...

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