May 4, 2018

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IN THE NEWS

Trump pulls US out of Iran deal

By admin | May 9, 2018

Calling it “decaying and rotten”, he says the deal is “an embarrassment” to him “as a citizen”. Source: Trump pulls US out of Iran deal

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EXCLUSIVE: Bill Banning Biblical Views On Sexuality Forces Christian Group To Cancel L.A. Conference

By admin | May 8, 2018

Summit Student Conferences is a 12-day Christian mentoring program based out of Manitou Springs, Colorado, that has a special course designed to engage high school and college-aged students with faith and principles. Source: EXCLUSIVE: Bill Banning Biblical Views On Sexuality Forces Christian Group To Cancel L.A. Conference

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Judge Mulls Dismissal Of Manafort Charges, “Sharply Questioned” Mueller Overreach

By admin | May 7, 2018

“I don’t see how this indictment has anything to do with anything the special prosecutor is authorized to investigate…” Source: Judge Mulls Dismissal Of Manafort Charges, “Sharply Questioned” Mueller Overreach

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Johnson courts Trump on favourite TV show

By admin | May 7, 2018

In Washington, the UK foreign secretary says Mr Trump could be worthy of the Noble Peace Prize. Source: Johnson courts Trump on favourite TV show

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Study: Nearly 40 Percent of Top Liberal Arts Colleges Have No GOP Professors

By admin | May 7, 2018

A new study found that 39 percent of “top-tier liberal arts colleges” in the United States don’t have any Republicans on their faculties. Source: Study: Nearly 40 Percent of Top Liberal Arts Colleges Have No GOP Professors

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Cracks in Mueller probe: Questions over Manafort charges, Flynn plea embolden Trump allies

By admin | May 7, 2018

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, in the span of just a few days, has been hit with new questions surrounding investigators’ case against their two highest-profile targets to date – a situation that threatens to disrupt the team’s momentum ahead of what could be a crucial bid to interview President Trump. Source: Cracks in Read more about Cracks in Mueller probe: Questions over Manafort charges, Flynn plea embolden Trump allies[…]

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DOJ inspector general’s testimony postponed, amid new leads in Clinton case review

By admin | May 4, 2018

Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s widely anticipated testimony next week before the House Oversight Committee has been postponed, as the Justice Department IG has pursued new leads in his review of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, according to a congressional letter and sources familiar with the matter. Source: DOJ inspector general’s testimony postponed, amid new leads Read more about DOJ inspector general’s testimony postponed, amid new leads in Clinton case review[…]

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Trump shames Mueller team in NRA speech, on heels of judge’s rebuke

By admin | May 4, 2018

President Trump slammed FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team before a massive audience in Texas on Friday, hours after a federal judge rebuked the special counsel’s office at a hearing for ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Source: Trump shames Mueller team in NRA speech, on heels of judge’s rebuke

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Comey’s memo leak contact worked at FBI for over a year, defended him in media on Clinton probe

By admin | May 3, 2018

The Columbia law professor James Comey used as an intermediary to help leak details of sensitive memos worked as an FBI special government employee for at least 19 months – during which time he repeatedly defended the FBI director in media interviews amid the Hillary Clinton email probe. Source: Comey’s memo leak contact worked at Read more about Comey’s memo leak contact worked at FBI for over a year, defended him in media on Clinton probe[…]

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