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Saudi Official: Iran Is ‘Main Sponsor of Terrorism in the World’

Edwin Mora, Sunni Saudi Arabia described the Shiite Islamic Republic of Iran as the “single main sponsor of terrorism in the world” after refusing its invitation for dialogue. The comments on Sunday from Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir came less than a week after the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is considering

Half of Americans Approve of the way President-elect Trump is handling the transition

Half of Americans say they approve of the way President-elect Donald Trump is handling the transition and his preparations to take over the country’s highest office, an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has found. The survey of 1,000 adults was conducted Dec. 12-15. It has an overall margin of error of plus-minus 3.1 percentage points.

DoJ Told FBI To ‘Stand Down’ On Clinton Foundation Investigation

The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published a report on Wednesday night describing more internal conflicts at the FBI and Department of Justice (DoJ) regarding investigations into the Clinton Foundation. According to unnamed “people familiar with the matter,” the WSJ claims that agents’ wishes to aggressively pursue an investigation into government corruptions related to the ostensibly

FBI Agents to Examine 650,000 Emails on Anthony Weiner’s Computer

WSJ reports that FBI agents will examine over half a million emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop in their reopened investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified information while Secretary of State. Federal agents are preparing to scour roughly 650,000 emails contained on the laptop of former Rep. Anthony Weiner to see how many relate to

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT TRUMP’S CONTRACT WITH THE AMERICAN VOTER

WSJ: “He set a newly serious tone…His agenda for his first 100 days echoed proposals he has been touting on the campaign trail for months—tax cuts, a crackdown on illegal immigration and renegotiation of trade deals.” (WSJ, 10/22/16) Washington Times’ SA Miller: “Trump closing argument is battle cry against Clinton corruption” “Donald Trump called on

Trump Unveils New Trade Policy to Benefit American Workers

“The Mission Of The American Desk Will Be To Protect The Economic Interests Of The American Worker, And The National Interests Of The United States. It’s Going To Be America First.” – Donald J. Trump Click Here To Watch   “I’ll be checking with those people,” Mr. Trump said. “Because we’re not going to lose

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN’S ANTI-CATHOLIC BIGOTRY

“[The Emails Illustrate] The Open Anti-Catholic Bigotry Of Her Senior Advisers, Who Attack The Deeply Held Beliefs And Theology Of Catholics.” – Joseph Cella, Founder Of The National Catholic Prayer Breakfast WSJ Opinion : “It’s no secret that progressive elites despise religion, but it’s still striking to see their contempt expressed so bluntly as in

Left’s California Dream Built on Ignorance

Bruce Bialosky, Just when you cannot envision the ignorance of the Left dipping any lower, they confound you with their dismal destruction via good intentions.  The latest comes from a poll stating despite the fact registered voters believe that people will lose their jobs and businesses will relocate out of state, they still overwhelmingly support

WSJ: Justice Department Officials Raised Objections On U.S. Cash Payment To Iran

“This administration has embarassed our country as no administration has before, going so far as to fund Islamic terror through cash payments to Iran. Nothing less than a full investigation is required, and if email-destroying Hillary Clinton can’t break from Obama on this then she is even more corrupt than anyone imagined.” – Stephen Miller, Senior

May Free Speech Reign and Scientific Inquiry Prevail

Marita Noon, Throughout the past four years, climate change activists have been secretly coordinating with one another regarding ways to prosecute individuals, organizations, and companies that are their ideological foes. They met to develop a strategy to use RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act), which was intended to provide stronger weapons for prosecuting organized

Get To College, Get A Job, Get Poorer: Students Are Worse Off After Attending For-Profit Colleges

Zero Hedge – by Tyler Durden Go to college, study hard, get a good paying job – that’s the mantra heard by most students across America as they wind down their high school careers. Intuitively taking out loans just to go to college because everyone says so isn’t a good idea, and a new study