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Congressional Effort To Rein In Deficit Ends in Failure – Again

By Dustin Siggins Congress’s most recent failure to act on budget process reforms will likely result in a huge increase in the national debt an analysis of available data suggests. Congress recently failed again to reform budget processes to slow the nation’s growing national debt. A bipartisan committee created in the spring 2018 budget deal was supposed to end the ...

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Historic bells to be returned to the Philippines in an effort to build U.S. ties

Historic bells to returned to the Philippines in an effort to build U.S. ties The arrival of three historic bronze church bells in the Philippines on Tuesday marked the final chapter in an obscure but, largely forgotten war in American history as well as sincere effort by the Trump administration to improve U.S.-Philippine relations. A U.S. C-130 aircraft arrived in ...

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UKIP-EXIT? Nigel Farage departure suggests uncertain future for party

by AMI Newswire Nigel Farage is saying goodbye, again. The British political leader more responsible than any other for the Brexit vote to leave the European Union is now leaving the party he helped found after over 25 years. Farage announced this week that he was quitting the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) this week, claiming it has become too ...

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Blindsided! NFL Legend Brett Favre Tricked into recording Anti-Semitic Video

As one of the NFL’s all time great quarterbacks, Brett Favre knows a thing or two about trick plays. However, the retired NFL star Brett Favre was somehow tricked into recording a video for two hate groups which contained veiled anti-Semitic messages. The former quarterback said he was “sickened” to learn that two groups who paid him $500 to record ...

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Democratic 2020 Hopefuls Propose Reviving Death Tax

By Tim Nerozzi Dying is about to become a lot more expensive, if Democratic leaders get their way. Despite scholarly evidence showing an increase in the death tax slows the economy and ultimately reduces federal revenue, many of the party’s leading presidential candidates for 2020  are pushing for huge spikes in the amount government takes from the estates the deceased ...

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Mattis: No ‘Smoking Gun’ in murder of Saudi journalist Khashoggi

By Josh Yasmeh Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says many American political leaders and the media have jumped the gun in blaming Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince for the October murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi. “Right now, we do not have a smoking gun that the Crown Prince was involved,” Mattis said Saturday. Mattis was echoing the views of President Trump ...

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