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Brexit Is Work in Progress Six Months Later

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May enters 2017 with just three months to meet her self-imposed deadline to trigger divorce talks with the European Union. Her reliance on wordplay — “Brexit means Brexit” — underscores how many details still need to be worked out. U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis says what’s coming might be “the most

Clinton Connected To Norway Pedophile Ring #PizzaGate

Jay Greenberg, Hillary Clinton has now been implicated in the recent pedophile ring bust in Norway, said to be the largest child sex abuse case in history, after new evidence has emerged that connects the Clinton Foundation to the case that involves elected officials, politicians, lawyers, doctors and teachers. Norwegian Clinton Foundation donors have now withdrawn their

Brexit, Britain and the EU: What Happens Next?

Six months on from the U.K.’s referendum, the broad outlines of Brexit are emerging through the winter gloom. While much remains uncertain about Prime Minister Theresa May’s ambitions as she sets about leaving the European Union, one of the few certainties is her insistence that Article 50 — the mechanism that will start exit negotiations

Clinton Foundation drug contracts intersected with State Department work

Sarah Westwood, Amid renewed scrutiny of the Clinton Foundation’s foreign ties this week, Hillary Clinton pointed to the success of its low-cost contracts with pharmaceutical firms in a rare acknowledgement of her family’s controversial nonprofit network. The Democratic nominee, who has not held a press conference in 242 days and is selective about the media interviews she

DHS Gives 8,000 Syrian Refugees Temporary Amnesty

Matt Vespa, The Department of Homeland Security is granting some 8,000 Syrian refugees temporary amnesty, according to The Washington Times. DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said that if these refugees are in the country as of Monday—they’re eligible to permanent resident status, work permits, and other documents that would allow these migrants to remain without fear

Oil falls towards $50 on higher supply outlook, economic worries

Oil fell towards $50 a barrel on Thursday, pressured by higher Nigerian output and concern about the economic outlook following Britain’s vote to leave the European Union last week. Returning Nigerian supply will put pressure on prices, Goldman Sachs said, adding that outages caused by Canadian wildfires would virtually end by September. Norwegian supply could

Obama Administration and UN Announce Global Police Force to Fight ˜Extremism’ In U.S.

Breitbart, On Wednesday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced at the United Nations that her office would be working in several American cities to form what she called the Strong Cities Network (SCN), a law enforcement initiative that would encompass the globe. This amounts to nothing less than the overriding of American laws, up to and

The Developing World Wants Natural Gas and Electricity, Hillary Clinton Sends Cookstoves

Marita Noon, On September 21, 2010, the Secretary of State announced the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (Alliance) at the Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (GCI)—with the Clinton Foundation being one of the “Strategic Partnerships and Alliances.” By November 2014, more than $400 million had been raised for the project. Hillary Clinton, reportedly,