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CNN cuts congressman’s feed as he spills the beans

A U.S. congressman was abruptly disconnected from his CNN interview Monday just as he began citing statistics revealing 300 refugees admitted to the U.S. are being investigated by the FBI in domestic terrorism cases. CNN correspondent Dana Bash was interviewing Rep. Scott Taylor, R-Va., on the issue of President Trump’s revised travel ban, which bars entry […] …

GOP critics of Trump health-care plan propose ‘clean repeal’

Republican critics of the health-insurance bill unveiled by the party’s House leadership Monday night held a press conference in front of the Capitol Tuesday afternoon calling for a two-step process that begins with a simple bill to repeal Obamacare. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., argued that Republicans are “united on repeal and divided on replacement.” He […] …

WikiLeaks warns of feds’ ability for ‘undetectable assassinations’

Back in 2016, WND reported on a warning that was issue by a privacy organization concerning the possibility that vehicle computer systems could be hacked, and people could end up being injured. Now a dump of documents from WikiLeaks that purportedly are inside-the-CIA plans and strategies is revealing the government was working two years earlier […] …

Through history, we could only be pushed so far

Furious at the Tea Party, the king punished Boston. He approved the Boston Port Act, March 7, 1774, effectively closing their harbor to all commerce and ruining their economy. Surrounding towns rallied by sending food. William Prescott, who later commanded at Bunker Hill, wrote: “If we submit to these regulations, all is gone. … Our […] …

900 arrested in worldwide wildlife crackdown

It took sending police officers to airports and national border crossings to inspect cars, trucks, boats and cargo transports, as well as visits to scrap yards, taxidermy shops, garages, pet fairs, warehouses and even health clinics, but an international coalition of forces has announced the arrests of nearly 900 people and the confiscation of tons […] …

Judge rejects ACLU demand for $231,000 from Kim Davis

A federal magistrate has rejected the ACLU’s demand for $231,000 in legal fees from Kim Davis, the famous county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. A federal judge sent her to jail for six days for her refusal, but her case ended when she got exactly what she asked for: […] …

Ex-Secret Service agent: Media missing wiretap story point

President Trump has caught plenty of flak from the establishment media and members of Congress for his weekend statement that his predecessor, Barack Obama, had Trump Tower wiretapped while Trump was still a candidate. Some believe Trump is lying, while others think he may have pressured the FBI to tell him about an investigation against him. […] …

Major media ‘forget’ own reporting of Obama surveillance

President Trump’s weekend claim that the federal government conducted surveillance at Trump Tower has generated guffaws from establishment media outlets. But upon closer examination, the original sources were … mainstream media themselves. In the form of the New York Times and McClatchy, among others. On Jan. 19, just as Trump was preparing for his inauguration the […] …

Ex-DOJ official: Obama knows if feds got Trump FISA warrant

A former Justice Department official with experience before Foreign Intelligence Surveillance, or FISA, courts says there are simple ways to determine whether President Trump is right about the government spying on him during the 2016 campaign, and she says President Obama would certainly have known about such actions by the Justice Department. And she told […] …

3 big denials of Obama spying on Trump look like non-denials

WASHINGTON – Headlines have screamed the denials by former President Obama and former members of his administration that he had wiretapped the Trump campaign. But a closer look shows the denials actually may have been non-denials, using artful language that may be more notable for it did not say, than what it said. As evidence of that, […] …