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A Global meeting after North Korean missile launch

The Trump administration announced Tuesday that the United States and Canada will co-host a meeting focused on finding a non-military solution to the situation in North Korea after Pyongyang fired its latest ballistic missile. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced the international meeting in a statement after the ballistic missile launch, saying that diplomatic options with North Korea “remain

US manufacturing expanded in March

Vicki Needham | The Hill, The highest level in more than two years. U.S. manufacturing expanded in March for the the seventh straight month, although at a slower pace than in February, a new survey shows. The Institute for Supply Management (ISM) said Monday that their latest index fell slightly to 57.2 last month from

Orange County Sanctuary Policies Help Domestic Abusers Escape

Daniel Greenfield, Under Attorney General Sessions, we’ve gotten serious about taking on illegal alien criminals. And ICE is naming and shaming jurisdictions that protect them. The latest list is troubling. NYC refused to honor a request for a sex offender. But Orange County has its own troubling pattern. A convicted burglar from Mexico, another Mexican

Ben Garrison: Trump Drains Deep State Swamp

Infowars, Trump takes on DC swamp creatures threatening Deep State overthrow. Ben Garrison strikes back at the Deep State coup against Trump in his latest cartoon depicting the massive DC swamp.   #IHaveBeenThinkingAnd it’s time for a NEW #BENGARRISON #Cartoon #DrainTheDeepState #DraintheSwamp #MAGAMARCH more at https://t.co/Oj98iIxEAZ pic.twitter.com/q1E86CNOZv — BenGarrison Cartoons (@GrrrGraphics) March 26, 2017

4 things you need to know about the rulings against Trump’s latest travel ban

Gregg Jarrett, Federal judges in Hawaii and Maryland ruled against President Trump’s revised travel ban with separate, but similar, orders blocking the main provisions of his executive order which limits travel and immigration to the United States from six predominately Muslim countries.  Here is what you need to know about the rulings from these judges: