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GOP Senators Ask IC IG About Classified Leaks Of Whistleblower Complaint

Two Republican senators are asking the Intelligence Community Inspector General whether he is investigating leaks of classified details of the whistleblower complaint against President Trump, as well as leaks for news stories published about the Trump-Russia investigation. “As you are aware, there have been a number of leaks of highly sensitive information in the past two years, arguably perpetrated to ...

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Senators: State Department Watchdog Investigated Christopher Steele Meeting, But Failed To Interview Key Participants

The State Department’s inspector general investigated an October 2016 meeting involving dossier author Christopher Steele, two Republican senators revealed But the inspector general failed to interview key participants in the meeting, the Republicans say Sens. Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley are also questioning why the State Department watchdog failed to release a report of its investigation  Two Republican senators are ...

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Sen. Ron Johnson Can’t Visit Russia Because He’s On Kremlin ‘Blacklist’ |

The Russian government has barred Sen. Ron Johnson from visiting Russia next week as part of a bipartisan congressional delegation, saying that the Wisconsin Republican is on a government blacklist. Johnson, the chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said Monday that the Russian government had denied his visa to take part in the visit. “I had hoped direct dialogue ...

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Homeland Security Committee Chair: US Should ‘Reduce The Flow’ Of Asylum Seekers

Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson suggested the one million unvetted, unapproved asylum seekers in the U.S. were a security risk, saying “we don’t even know where these people are.” Johnson joined another Wisconsin Republican Representative Sean Duffy on his “Plaidcast” podcast Tuesday to discuss the border crisis and America’s tremendous backlog of unprocessed asylum claims. Johnson expressed concern that it’s ...

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GOP Senators Want Briefing On FBI ‘Spying’ Against Trump Transition

The chairmen of two Senate committees want Attorney General William Barr to provide a briefing about what they claim is text message evidence of possible spying against the Trump transition team. FBI text messages show that Peter Strzok suggested using a counterintelligence official in meetings with the Trump transition team to develop “potential relationships” and gauge Trump officials’ “demeanor.” Sens. ...

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Wisconsin is an example of how the liberals control the narrative

Sometimes it’s necessary to take a look at the big picture when it comes to political tactics, and that involves digging deep into the past. In this case, to understand how liberals control the narrative in general – on voter ID and the management of voter rolls in particular – it is a good idea to take a deeper look ...

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JCPenney is back – JCP is out

Early last February, JCPenney rolled out its “Fair and Square Everyday Pricing Plan”. It didn’t take long for push back from consumers, analysts, and just about everyone with an opinion, either. The primary complaints weren’t limited to the new pricing program, because in addition to price tag changes, the department store started radically changing floor-plans and reduced product selection in ...

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Sen Ron Johnson: Too Much Govt Hurts People

At a time when there is much finger pointing in the GOP some are looking for better ways to reach the people. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) is one such person. This week he announced a “Victims of Government” project where he introduces Americans to the effects of too much government and federal regulations. The Victims of Government series is meant ...

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Weak Senate Votes Down Minimal Food Stamp Cuts

Americans are speaking out demanding that the excessive spending be stopped. But is Congress hearing? Under the Obama administration the Food Stamp program (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) has skyrocketed with 44 million now receiving assistance. A proposed amendment by Senator Jeff Sessions giving a modest cut to the program was voted down by the Democratic Senate. The amendment was hoped ...

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