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New Trump travel ban can’t be enforced on Syrian family trying to flee to Wisconsin

A federal judge on Friday blocked President Trump ‘s administration from enforcing his new travel ban against a Syrian family looking to escape their war-torn homeland by fleeing to Wisconsin. The ruling is likely the first by a judge since Trump issued a revised travel ban on Monday, according to a spokesman for the Washington

NEW DATA: Liberal Utopia Sweden Sees HUGE Bump In Molestation in 2016. Guess Why…

Louder With Crowder, In recent times, the Swedes have become known for something else. Sweden is mostly famous for Volvos, ABBA, and crappy furniture. Seriously, putting together a desk from IKEA is like assembling a rocket ship. But hey, at least it has the durability of a cardboard box. Lucky you. But in recent times,

Donald Trump Questions ‘Sick Guy’ Barack Obama for ‘Wire Tapping’ His Campaign

Charlie Spiering, President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping his campaign headquarters during the election in a series of messages on Twitter. “Terrible! Just found out that Obama had my ‘wires tapped’ in Trump Tower just before the victory,” he wrote on Twitter. “Nothing found. This is McCarthyism!” Trump questioned whether it

Exposed: Insider Coup to Sabotage Trump

Jerome Corsi | Infowars, Coup designed to protect Clintons. NEW YORK – Acclaimed Haitian-rights activist Ézili Dantò, who endorsed Donald Trump for president in 2016, has alerted of an attempt to sabotage from within Trump’s campaign pledge to be the “champion” of repairing damage Haitian activists claim the Clintons have done. The Clintons were reportedly stealing possibly

Mainstream media screams in pain as Trump becomes president #SoreLosers

Dan Gainor, President Donald Trump’s inauguration Friday was a time of historic transition. It was not just the transfer of power from Washington back to the citizens, as explained by the 45th president. It also marked the transfer of power from the news media to Trump. And journalists weren’t happy about it. Trump did what

President-Elect Calls for ‘Honest Reporters’ with ‘Moral Compass’

Matthew Boyle, NEW YORK CITY, New York — At Trump Tower on Wednesday morning, President-elect Donald J. Trump lambasted the media—forcing a backfire of the industry’s planned efforts to trip him up just hours before his first press conference since last summer. The press conference saw two new media organizations—Breitbart News and One America News

USA Today: Trump Has ‘Broad Powers’ To Prosecute Sanctuary Cities

John Binder, NEW ORLEANS, Louisiana – President-Elect Donald Trump will not have to do much when it comes to prosecuting sanctuary cities, USA Today notes. In a new report by USA Today, sanctuary cities can be expected to find themselves on the receiving end of a Trump administration that has “broad powers” in terms of

Revelers say goodbye to a year of conflicts, deadly violence #HappyNewYear

As 2016 draws to a close, revelers around the world are bidding a weary adieu to a year filled with political surprises, prolonged conflicts, deadly attacks at gatherings and deaths of legendary celebrities. Here’s a look at how people are ushering in the new year: ___ AUSTRALIA Sydney sent up a dazzling tribute to 2016’s

NEW BLOW TO EU: Italy PM quits after crushing referendum loss

Italy prime minister resigns after losing constitutional reform vote. ROME –  Italian voters dealt Premier Matteo Renzi a stinging defeat on his reforms referendum, triggering his resignation announcement and galvanizing the populist, opposition 5-Star Movement’s determination to gain national power soon. “I lost, and the post that gets eliminated is mine,” Renzi said early Monday

Trump Campaign Sprints Into Final Week In Blue States As Hillary’s Momentum Collapses

Matthew Boyle, NEW YORK — A confident campaign of Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump is sprinting into the final full week of the campaign as his opponent Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton is struggling. Federal law enforcement officials are taking another look at her emails, held on a home-brew server that was set up in

Donald Trump’s Pathway to Victory Expands

Matthew Boyle, NEW YORK CITY, New York — Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump’s pathway to the White House has significantly expanded in the past 24 hours with just ten days left until the election on Nov. 8, as federal law enforcement reopens a criminal investigation into his opponent’s illicit email practices. Democratic nominee Hillary Rodham