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Government Makes Rules to Protect Us from Pizza, Cup-cakes, and Shark Attacks in the Pacific

Patrick Bobko, Do we really need government rules protecting us from pizza? The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) thinks we do. Beginning on May 5th, pizza restaurants (among others) will be required to display per slice calorie ranges on their menus. The 100-page rule effectively requires pizzerias to count the number pepperonis on each slice

CIA’s Brennan Conspired with Foreign Spies

Matthew Vadum, More proof of Democrats’ seditious impulses. Although Russians may have aspired to influence the November election, the real election meddlers were Democrats in the Obama administration who conspired with foreign intelligence agencies against Donald Trump’s campaign, new media reports suggest. The key player, we are learning, is the already infamous John O. Brennan

FBI Cited Unverified Dossier To Obtain FISA Warrant To Monitor Trump Adviser

Okay, so we have some new updates about the allegations of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. The first is that Trump adviser Carter Page’s communications were monitored through a FISA warrant obtained by the FBI. Second, the FBI cited the unsubstantiated dossier compiled by a former British intelligence operative to help make the case for the

Trump praises Chinese efforts on North Korea ‘menace,’ Pyongyang warns of strike

Steve Holland and Phil Stewart,  U.S. President Donald Trump praised Chinese efforts to rein in “the menace of North Korea” on Thursday, after North Korean state media warned the United States of a “super-mighty preemptive strike.” Trump told a news conference “some very unusual moves have been made over the last two or three hours,”

DREAMer lost DACA status when he illegally tried to reenter country

William Lajeunesse, A failure to follow the rules may have cost an illegal Mexican immigrant his life in the U.S. According to U.S. officials, Juan Manuel Montes-Bojoquez had twice been approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program, which provided the 23 year old a permit to work or attend school here legally. Montes worked

Pentagon announces review of nuclear posture amid North Korea tensions

The Pentagon announced Monday it will begin a new review of its nuclear posture at the direction of President Trump, amid rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula over Pyongyang’s missile firings and potentially a sixth nuclear test.  Pentagon chief spokesperson Dana W. White said in a statement that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis will ensure the

McFarland ‘no comment’ on reports US sabotaged North Korea missile launch

Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland on Sunday declined to say whether the U.S. cyber-sabotaged North Korea’s failed missile launch, saying only that it was “a fizzle.” “You know we can’t talk about secret intelligence and things that might have been done, covert operations,” McFarland told “Fox News Sunday.” “I really have no comment.” Still,

Pence says North Korea’s latest ‘provocation’ shows the risk to military

Vice President Mike Pence said Sunday that North Korea’s latest “provocation” underscored the risks faced by American and South Korean service members just hours after the country conducted a failed missile launch shortly before his arrival. While Pence was flying over the Bering Sea, a North Korean missile exploded during launch on Sunday, U.S. and