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Comey Falsely Claims Republicans Funded The Steele Dossier

James Comey looking down

  by Chuck Ross Former FBI Director James Comey repeated one of the more pervasive false claims about the infamous Steele dossier on Thursday, telling Fox News’ Bret Baier Republicans first financed the salacious document. Instead, the Clinton campaign and Democratic National Committee funded the dossier project. “I knew it was first funded by Republicans,” Comey told Baier during an ...

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Read The Strozk-Page Texts The DOJ Handed Over To Congress

  by Robert Donachie The Daily Caller News Foundation has obtained the missing text messages the Department of Justice released to members of Congress between two former FBI employees who were highly critical of President Donald Trump. The text messages are between FBI special agent Peter Strzok and FBI counsel Lisa Page, who were in an ongoing, intimate relationship. The Justice Department was ...

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Michael Cohen Pleads The Fifth In Stormy Daniels Case

  by Chuck Ross Michael Cohen, the long-time attorney for President Donald Trump, will plead the Fifth in a lawsuit former porn star Stormy Daniels filed, he told a federal court on Wednesday. Cohen cited an FBI investigation of his business dealings as a rationale to invoke his right against self-incrimination. FBI agents raided Cohen’s office, residence and hotel room ...

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Ronny Jackson Out Of The Running To Lead The VA

Dr. Ronny Jackson

  by Ryan Pickrell Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson announced that he is “regretfully” withdrawing his nomination to be secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs amid allegations of misconduct. “While I will forever be grateful for the trust and confidence President Trump has placed in me by giving me this opportunity,” Jackson, the White House physician said in a statement Thursday, “I ...

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Parent Slams Teacher Who Called Fox News ‘Fake’ And Told His Son To Google Trump’s Lies

  by Nick Givas Todd Hein, whose 14-year-old son Jacob Hein cited Fox News in a homework assignment, claims the teacher embarrassed his son and told him to look up all of the times President Donald Trump has lied since taking office. “He turned in an article on the U.S. Navy capturing a UFO on their radar. She came up ...

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Two Rookie Dallas Police Officers Shot While Serving Warrant

  by Thomas Phippen Two police officers and one civilian were critically wounded during a shooting at a Dallas, Texas, Home Depot store Tuesday. Both officers were rookies and reportedly had been assisting an off-duty security guard serve a warrant to the suspect, who is still at large, ABC affiliate WFAA reported. We can confirm that two @DallasPD officers have been ...

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Air Force Orders New Hypersonic Cruise Missile Amid Escalating Arms Race With Russia And China

  by Ryan Pickrell The U.S. military is pursuing a new hypersonic cruise missile as Russia and China make critical weapons development advancements in an escalating arms race. The U.S. Air Force announced Wednesday that it has awarded Lockheed Martin a $928 million contract for the “design, development, engineering, systems integration, testing, logistics planning, and aircraft integration support of all the elements ...

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Starbucks Is Shutting Down 8,000 Stores For The Day To Prove They’re Not Racist

  by Amber Randall Starbucks is shutting down 8,000 stores for one day to offer racial bias education training to employees, the company announced Tuesday afternoon. The 8,000 company owned stores will close down May 29 to educate employees on how not to discriminate against people in their stores. During that afternoon, about 175,000 employees will participate in learning about implicit ...

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Can Governors Reject Trump’s Call To Send Troops To The Border?

  by Anders Hagstrom Democratic California Rep. Ted Lieu said in a tweet earlier in April that governors may legally refuse President Donald Trump’s request to send National Guard troops to the U.S.-Mexico border – but can they? Lieu is in fact correct. U.S. Presidents have two powers they can use to command the National Guard: Title 10, and Title ...

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Will Destroy Its Stock Of AR-15s Instead Of Returning Them To Manufacturers

Dick's Sporting Goods

  by Will Racke Dick’s Sporting Goods no longer sells AR-15-style rifles at any of its stores, and soon its unsold inventory of the much-vilified firearms won’t be available anywhere else. Instead of returning them to their manufacturers, Dick’s will destroy its entire stock of unsold AR-15s, the company said Monday. “We are in the process of destroying all firearms ...

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US, French, And UK Coalition Forces Hit Syria With An Incredible Amount Of Firepower

USS Arleigh Burke Fires Tomahawk missiles

  by Ryan Pickrell The U.S., U.K., and France sent Syria a “very strong message” Saturday morning, hitting targets with more than twice the firepower used against the Assad regime last year, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Friday evening. More than one hundred missiles fired from air and sea rained down on targets associated with Syria’s chemical weapons program ...

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Nikki Haley Roasts Russian Counterpart At Emergency UN Meeting

  by Will Racke An exasperated Nikki Haley tore into her Russian counterpart during an emergency United Nations meeting on Friday, saying Moscow was covering for the Syrian regime’s continued use of chemical weapons. Russia’s failure to police its client, Syrian President Bahsar al-Assad, led directly to a suspected poison gas attack on civilians over the weekend, top U.S. envoy ...

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STUDY: Farm Subsidies Gobble Up $20 Billion A Year

  by Chris White The federal government spends more than $20 billion a year on farm subsidies that go mostly to high-earning households, according to a study Thursday from a libertarian think tank. More than 39 percent of the country’s 2 million farms receive subsidies. The bulk of the subsidies go to the largest producers of corn, wheat, soy, and ...

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California Turns To Ninth Circuit To Stop Trump’s Border Wall

  by Kevin Daley California will appeal a decision allowing construction of a portion of President Donald Trump’s border wall, after a federal judge found the administration can waive environmental laws governing such projects. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra called the proposed barrier “medieval” and vowed to continue protecting the state from “federal overreach.” The lower court decision ensures the barrier ...

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