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Dakota Pipeline Presents Environmental and Cultural Hazards

STANDING ROCK, ND – The Dakota Access Pipeline has been the focus of controversy since it was first proposed. US District Judge James E. Boasberg recently ruled to halt the pipeline pending further environmental review. His ruling was based upon the fact that ““it (the review of the pipeline) did not adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or … Continue reading Dakota Pipeline Presents Environmental and Cultural Hazards

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McConnell’s Bill Likely to be Criticized for Rolling Back Medicaid

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell can only afford to lose two Republican votes in order to get the newly proposed American Health Care Act through the Senate. Republican Senators and Congressman on Capitol Hill, along with President Trump, have voiced concern over the Democrats working to obstruct rather than actually read the proposed bill. Democrats would do much better as a party if … Continue reading McConnell’s Bill Likely to be Criticized for Rolling Back Medicaid

Karen Handel Wins Georgia’s 6th Congressional District over Democrat Jon Ossoff

ATLANTA, June 20, 2017 — Karen Handel won Georgia’s 6th Congressional District in a special election against Democratic rival Jon Ossoff. Millions of dollars were dumped in by Hollywood to give Ossoff a competitive edge in the most expensive House race in United States history. Yet Ossoff still was defeated by a margin of 53 percent to 47 percent. Ossoff remained up seven points in the exit … Continue reading Karen Handel Wins Georgia’s 6th Congressional District over Democrat Jon Ossoff

Russia Probe Shifts Focus to Flynn’s Business Partner, Democratic Lawmakers Confident

Former ousted national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is being further investigated for the lobbying work with the Turkish government and Bijan Kian, Flynn’s former business partner, according to an FBI interviewee. Sources close to Flynn’s business ventures told lawmakers to look into whether payments from foreign clients to Flynn and his company, the now-inactive Flynn Intel Group, were lawful, and if this includes payments by three … Continue reading Russia Probe Shifts Focus to Flynn’s Business Partner, Democratic Lawmakers Confident

Russia threatens U.S. Fighter in Syria as Tensions Rise

WASHINGTON, June 20, 2017 — A Russian Su-27 fighter jet ‘buzzed’ around a U.S. air force aircraft in the Baltic Sea on Monday, Fox News reports. U.S. officials stated the jet “approached the U.S. Air Force RC-135 recon jet ‘rapidly,’ coming within five feet of the American aircraft.” More confusion is circulating in the Middle East now that the United States is taken extreme measures to not only … Continue reading Russia threatens U.S. Fighter in Syria as Tensions Rise

Otto Wambier, American Student Detained in North Korea, Has Died.

Otto Warmbier, an American college student who was released by North Korea in a coma last week died Monday at his family’s home in Cincinnati. Warmbier was a 21-year-old University of Virginia student when he visited North Korea with a tour group in late 2015. When the group was leaving the country in early 2016, Warmbier was detained at the Pyongyang airport and charged with engaging crimes … Continue reading Otto Wambier, American Student Detained in North Korea, Has Died.

Russia Gives Ultimatum After U.S. Downs Syrian Jet

Russia, Syria’s greatest ally in the Middle East, has sent warning signals to the United States after a led-coalition jet downed a Syrian warplane in Raqqa on Sunday. Russia states that it is now target U.S. led-coalition planes and has also cut communicational ties between the two superpowers. This instance threatens to draw the U.S. into deeper conflicts in Syria and pitting the free world … Continue reading Russia Gives Ultimatum After U.S. Downs Syrian Jet

Torturing Animals is Clearly a Psychiatric Disease (Opinion)

“We could tell the way a man lives his life by his treatment of animals.” – Sigmund Freud Why are we prone to sympathize more with animal deaths in films than human deaths? Watching a person and a dog trapped in a burning building while being given the opportunity to save one, I’d assume it be the species that drinks water from a glass. In … Continue reading Torturing Animals is Clearly a Psychiatric Disease (Opinion)

President Trump Makes First Trip to Camp David For Father’s Day

WASHINGTON, June 17, 2017 – President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and son Barron have finally taken a trip to the rustic Camp David, a secure military installation staffed by the United States Navy and United States Marine Corps, officially known as Naval Support Facility Thurmont. The secluded presidential retreat in Maryland offers the First Family heightened personal security and reports are that other family members, including … Continue reading President Trump Makes First Trip to Camp David For Father’s Day