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McMaster says US must be prepared for military operations in North Korea

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster attempted to make clear Sunday that President Trump is seeking international support in trying to stop North Korea’s pursuit of a nuclear weapon, reasserting Trump’s vow that the U.S. will no longer be the world’s policeman. “It’s an open defiance of the international community,” McMaster, a retired Army general, told

North Korea’s weapons progress a top concern as US senators have rare briefing

With all 100 U.S. senators invited to a rare briefing on White House grounds Wednesday on North Korea, it’s hard to overstate how concerned officials are about the technological advancements out of Pyongyang. While North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has a reputation for bizarre behavior, the nuclear arsenal and aspirations of the Republic are being

Whistleblower Files Charges Against Obamacare Looting Scheme

Jerome Corsi | Infowars, Obama administration looted investors to fund Obamacare. WASHINGTON, D.C. – A whistleblower who filed last week a formal complaint with the Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) provided with a document leaked from Freddie Mac that proves both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are currently out-of-compliance

Former Secret Service Agent: Trump ‘Not Safe at the White House Anymore’

Kathryn Blackhurst, Dan Bongino blasts Secret Service leadership for intrusion close to president’s residence. Former U.S. Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino insisted that President Donald Trump “is not safe at the White House anymore” because the Secret Service is “not serious about the security plan” during an interview Saturday on Fox News. Bongino blasted the leadership

‘Odds are very good’ of Supreme Court vacancy this summer

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz told “Special Report with Bret Baier” Thursday that “I think the odds are very good” that a second seat on the Supreme Court will fall vacant this year. “If not this summer, next summer,” Cruz told Bret Baier. “You know, judges don’t like it when people kind of nudge them out,

Managing Federal Bureaucracy – Optimism, Accountability and Downsizing

Robert Charles, Prediction: Rough waters ahead. Federal Bureaucracy must be on the edge of their seats. President Trump is wasting no time. Results and accountability are watchwords. The trick will be managing for results, balancing inspiration and optimism with onrushing change and methodical downsizing. If the past week is prelude, the future is about to

To preview the Trump presidency, look at the confirmation hearings for his cabinet picks

Robert Charles, Retired General James Mattis, President-elect Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of Defense, capped a series of head-turning confirmation hearings on Capitol Hill this week. Early in the week, nominees presented a stark contrast to Senate Democrats. On one side, Americans saw well-prepared, highly dignified appointees appear before elected officials from both parties. On

Bernie Defies Dems: I’ll Work With Trump

Jamie White | Infowars, Sanders sees value in some of Trump’s proposals. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is bucking Democrat leadership by saying that he’s willing to work with President-elect Donald Trump on some issues. When asked if there was “any opportunity” to work with Trump’s administration, Sanders told MSNBC’s Morning Joe, “I see some, sure.”

Report details how police failed to stop ISIS cell before Paris, Brussels attacks

BRUSSELS –  Belgian police had numerous chances to unmask the Islamic State terror cell that later carried out the Paris and Brussels attacks, according to a confidential report prepared for Belgium’s Parliament. They muffed every one. In early 2015, Brussels police stopped a car driven by Brahim Abdeslam, later one of the Paris attackers, and