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US lawmaker calls for probe into possible $418M arms sale to Kenya

Cristina Corbin, A North Carolina congressman is calling for a probe into a potential $418 million contract between Kenya and a major U.S. defense contractor announced on President Obama’s last day in office — a deal the lawmaker claims reeks of cronyism. Republican Rep. Ted Budd wants the Government Accountability Office to investigate a deal

49 Years After MLK, Christian Pastors Call For Arms: Guns & Prayer Are Necessary

Bethany Blankley, One genuine news story ignored by nearly all media this past Christmas was the slaughter of over 100 mostly Christian Nigerians– and– the razing of 50,000 homes, the destruction of thousands of acres of farmland, and the displacement of roughly 10,000 people in southern Kaduna, Nigeria. The pre-Christmas season atrocity was just one of

Why the past eight years happened, and what it all means, FakePrez.Con

Lloyd Billingsley, “I first came to Chicago when I was in my early 20s, still trying to figure out who I was,” President Obama told the nation on Tuesday. After eight years of his presidency, many others are still trying to figure out who, exactly, this guy is. His farewell address offered few clues but

Giving Tuesday: Why this Jewish billionaire supports Christian missionary doctors in Africa

Mark Gerson, Once, Dr. Tom Catena, a Catholic medical missionary then in Nairobi, Kenya, performed twelve C-sections in a single night.  In a few hours he saved more lives than most of us will in a lifetime–or several—and every mother that night came to him as a stranger. Tom does not operate that way alone. 

What does the future hold for the International Criminal Court?

Brett D. Schaefer, For a certain kind of liberal internationalist, the International Criminal Court (ICC) is one of the world’s more noble innovations. Created by 1998 Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and situated in The Hague, the ICC is charged with prosecuting war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity, and aggression. Fourteen years after

With email dumps, WikiLeaks tests power of full transparency

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange first outlined the hypothesis nearly a decade ago: Can total transparency defeat an entrenched group of insiders? “Consider what would happen,” Assange wrote in 2006, if one of America’s two major parties had their emails, faxes, campaign briefings, internal polls and donor data all exposed to public scrutiny. “They would immediately

Hillary Clinton and the Battered Black Voter Syndrome

Larry Elder, What will it take for Democrats to lose the 95 percent black vote? Hacked email to and from staffers at the Democratic National Committee and to and from John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, shows she cares far more about the black vote than black voters. Concern for lack of diversity: One email,

Never Before Seen Video – Obama on Race: “I am saddened that whites are still superior….

Paul Joseph Watson, President whines about white privilege in newly uncovered 1990 footage. Never before seen video provided exclusively to Infowars shows President Barack Obama complaining about white privilege during a 1990 trip to Kenya. The footage, filmed and narrated by Obama’s sister Auma, shows the president on his first trip to Kenya as a