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Future of the Japanese Throne Unknown as New Emperor Takes Power

By Tim Nerozzi Today, Naruhito, son of former Emperor of Japan Akihito, made a series of public appearances outside the royal palace. The speeches he delivered were for the benefit of Japanese citizens and tourists wishing to catch a glimpse of the elusive Imperial Family. His ascension to the throne has thrown the perilous position of the Imperial Household’s future ...

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Despite Ocasio-Cortez Claim, Presidential Term Limits Proposed Well Before FDR

By Luis Arellano Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez may need another history lesson. The rising Democratic star appeared confused about the presidency of her party’s iconic leader, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and constitutional history. “They had to amend the Constitution of the United States to make sure Roosevelt did not get reelected,” she said at an MSNBC network event last week. According to AOC, Congress amended the ...

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Utah Navajos Continue Fight Against Expanded Bears Ears National Monument

By Joseph Hammond The recent decision by the County Commission to reverse its previous position and condemn the Trump administration move to vastly reduce the size of the protected area was lauded by out of state environmentalists and some Native American groups. But Navajos who live closest to the expanded Bears Ears National Monument are angered by the decision. “Where ...

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The Elder Guardian Trap Continues To Be A Problem

By Diane Diamond,  RealClearInvestigations Lillie White, an octogenarian from Palm Coast, Florida, went missing in August 2016. She was last seen at a doctor’s office where her niece Sheila had taken her for a checkup. Sheila was confused when an assistant called her into a back room to fill out more medical forms for her aunt, but she complied. When ...

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Venezuela Oil Exports Down 40% After Trump Sanctions

Sanctions imposed by the Trump administration are significantly reducing oil exports from Venezuela, posing a major threat to the beleaguered socialist nation’s economy. Trump announced sanctions on Venezuela, which is home to the world’s largest oil reserves, in January, after that nation’s National Assembly invalidated the 2018 re-election of incumbent President Nicolas Maduro over election irregularities. Despite the opposition of ...

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Footage Emerges of Indian Pilot Shot Down In Pakistan

By Luis Arellano The Pakistani military has confirmed that it shot down two Indian warplanes which violated its airspace as tensions rose between the two rivals — both armed with nuclear weapons. “PAF shot down two Indian aircrafts inside Pakistani airspace. One of the aircraft fell inside AJ&K while other fell inside IOK. One Indian pilot arrested by troops on ...

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Support For Maduro Could Hurt Democrats in 2020

By Tim Nerozzi As Venezuela — descends into anarchy, the support of high-profile Democrats for that country’s socialist regime could be a liability for the party in 2020. Two announced candidates for president, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, have joined other party figures in providing tacit support to Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro. Maduro is ...

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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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