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February 18th, 2020
tiananmen-gate guard w face mask
By: Madeleine Kearns – nationalreview.com – February 17, 2020 Public-health crises are a test of government. Crises, particularly unexpected ones, can make or break a government as much as an individual. In 2019, China “celebrated” 70 years of Communist Party rule. China’s economic growth was at the lowest it’s been in three decades. And it faced the added political challenge of...
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January 31st, 2020
Netanyahu & Trump
By: Cal Thomas – townhall.com – January 30, 2020 Twenty years ago, President Bill Clinton, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and PLO leader Yasser Arafat met at Camp David where Barak offered almost all of what Arafat asked for in exchange for making peace with the Jewish state. Arafat rejected the offer. The reason was and remains that the Palestinian...
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January 16th, 2020
Capitol Hill
By: Sabrina Rodriguez – politico.com – January 16, 2020 Democrats worked into the deal stronger labor enforcement provisions that will help ensure companies operating in Mexico boost workers’ rights and give the U.S. the power to punish them if they violate labor rights. Some of the top labor changes that won over Democrats include provisions that will allow the U.S....
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January 13th, 2020
Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani
By: Derek Hunter – townhall.com – January 12, 2020 It was the best of people, it was the worst of people… Osama bin Laden deserved to die. Only the fringe of the fringe disagree with this statement (looking at you, British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn), which is why no one seemed to mind when Seal Team 6 invaded Pakistan to upgrade his...
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January 10th, 2020
Nancy Pelosi
By: Zachary Basu – axios.com – January 10, 2020 The House voted 224-194 on Thursday in favor of a symbolic war powers resolution directing President Trump to halt the use of military force against Iran unless he obtains approval from Congress. The big picture: A classified briefing Wednesday on the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani left Democrats and even some Republicans...
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January 9th, 2020
Democrat press conference
By: Nick Arama – redstate.com – January 8, 2020 What’s really been embarrassing about the whole Iran issue is watching how Democrats have behaved since the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad was attacked, first accusing Trump of doing nothing, then attacking him when he responded and took out IRGC terrorist leader Qasem Soleimani. Soleimani’s pro-Iranian militia were behind multiple recent rocket attacks...
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January 9th, 2020
Sen. Mike Lee & Sen. Rand Paul
By: Henry Rodgers – dailycaller.com – January 8, 2020 Republican Utah Sen. Mike Lee left a classified Capitol Hill intelligence briefing on the situation in Iran held by the White House visibly angry Wednesday, saying he will now support a resolution to establish control over President Donald Trump’s military powers. Both Lee and Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul addressed the...
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January 8th, 2020
Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani
By: Pat Buchanan – townhall.com – January 7, 2020 Fifteen years after the U.S. invaded Iraq to turn Saddam Hussein’s dictatorship into a beacon of democracy, Iraq’s Parliament, amid shouts of “Death to America!” voted to expel all U.S. troops from the country. Though non-binding, the expulsion vote came after mobs trashed the U.S. embassy in an assault that recalled...
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January 7th, 2020
Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani
By: Alan Dershowitz – wsj.com – January 5, 2019 While reasonable people can debate the wisdom of killing Iranian Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, there is little doubt that President Trump acted lawfully—under both domestic and international law—in ordering his death. The president has the constitutional authority to take military actions, short of declaring war, that he and his advisers deem...
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January 6th, 2020
N. Pelosi speaks at capitol hill
By: Kevin D. Williamson – nationalreview.com – January 5, 2020 Enough is enough: It’s long past time for Congress to reclaim its constitutional war-making power. Nancy Pelosi complains that the Trump administration’s decision to assassinate Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani was “provocative and disproportionate” and that it “risks provoking further dangerous escalation of violence.” Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders...
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