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Press Pressed by Trump Moves Against North Korea Regime

TRUMP MOVES AGAINST NORTH KOREA, PRESS IS CONFUSED

by John Hinderaker   at PowerLine:

“Today President Trump issued an executive order that imposes financial sanctions on those who do business with North Korea: 932 more words

History

James Clapper's latest insult to the national intelligence demands a investigation

Time now for another adventure starring America’s wackiest and most perjury-prone spook: James Clapper. Back in March, Clapper, President Obama’s former director of national intelligence, categorically denied government surveillance was ever ordered on Donald Trump or anyone involved in the Trump campaign. 619 more words

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Pending High Court Case Tests Congress’s Authority to Detain and Deport Criminal Aliens

The US Supreme Court on October 3, 2017 will hear oral arguments for the second time in an important immigration case, Jennings v. Rodriguez. 1,395 more words

U.S. Supreme Court

A v Secretary of State for the Home Department

To read about this case in greater depth, and with the benefit of full OSCOLA referencing, simply purchase a copy of ‘The Case Law Compendium: English & European Law’ from leading booksellers around the world. 249 more words

Neil Egan-Ronayne

Kaspersky Too Good, Claims Russian Minister of Communications - Almost Confirming Kaspersky-FSB Cooperation

If you ever want to propose that a Russian product is superior to any Western product, I guess you might say it is “too good”.   Not better, not the best in the world, not superior, not even the #1 product in the world. 874 more words

Russia

A Thought from Afar about President Trump's UN Speech

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

I am still in Munich, and apparently based on the German newspapers that I have seen over the past day or so, President Trump made a speech at the United Nations. 433 more words

Political Commentary

Nonsequitur: President Trump at the UN

To overcome the perils of the present and to achieve the promise of the future, we must begin with the wisdom of the past. Our success depends on a coalition of strong and independent nations that embrace their sovereignty to promote security, prosperity, and peace for themselves and for the world.

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Nonsequitur