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Frank Talk At The Munich Security Conference

February 18, 2019 by

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By Thomas Spoehr ~ MUNICH—The annual Munich Security Conference opened Friday with the largest U.S. delegation in the five decades of its history. The conference has grown into one of the leading forums for discussion of international issues. Included in the list of participants for the 2019 conference are numerous heads of state, among them […]

Easing The Logjam In Pipeline Infrastructure

February 17, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ When many of us think of infrastructure, roads, rail lines and airports probably come to mind. Few of us, however, consider the vital role America’s pipeline and energy infrastructure plays in our daily lives. Ideally, the pipeline network brings energy resources from refineries to businesses. But in reality, in many places, […]

Trump Has Authority To Declare Emergency For Border Wall, Arizona Lawmaker Says

February 7, 2019 by

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By Rachel del Guidice ~ President Donald Trump does have the authority to declare a national emergency in order to build his promised border barrier between the United States and Mexico if gridlock in Congress makes it necessary, a Republican lawmaker says. “He has the authority, and it’s not unique,”  Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., said […]

State Of The Climate

February 7, 2019 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ In delivering his State of the Union before a joint session of Congress last night, President Trump spoke about the nation’s burgeoning economy, strong national defense, and improved opportunities being opening up for the poor and middle class. One thing he didn’t mention, however, was climate change. And that put CNN’s […]

The 2019 SOTU Review: A Trump Administration Triumph

February 6, 2019 by

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Trump’s remarks strongly contrasted the difference in Republican optimism and Democrat pessimism.  ~ Mark Alexander and Nate Jackson  ~    Today is Ronald Reagan’s birthday. In the years since his presidency, through the Bush (41), Clinton, Bush (43), and Obama years, analyzingState of the Union addresses has been more about endurance than inspiration. But, surprisingly, that changed last year with Donald Trump’s first […]

Australian Politics – Is Julia Banks Just A Stooge For Malcolm Turnbull’s Revenge?

February 2, 2019 by

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By Andrew Bolt ~ Revenge against one of the Ministers who votes against Malcolm Turnbull:  Malcolm Turnbull’s son Alex has admitted he was ‘involved’ in a bombshell campaign by Julia Banks to unseat Greg Hunt… But he denied his father was also involved. He would say that, wouldn’t he? And how telling that Banks, a […]

Pence Praises DEA For Border Security, Weakening Maduro Regime

February 1, 2019 by

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By Fred Lucas ~ Vice President Mike Pence vowed Thursday that regardless of what happens in Congress, the administration will secure the southern border—and that includes a wall. After a briefing on drugs at the southern border by senior officials from the Justice Department and Drug Enforcement Administration, Pence spoke to about 60 DEA employees […]