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What if Gen. Flynn didn’t lie?

The Hill is reporting that Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., has serious doubts about whether former Trump National Security adviser Michael Flynn actually lied. He said in a recent interview that he and others are “finding evidence of possible tampering,” and he’s stilling looking into the matter. “I brought this up with the inspector general the […] ...

Hamas paid family to claim Gaza baby killed by Israelis

The heartbreaking images of a Palestinian baby portrayed as a victim of tear gas fired by Israeli forces on the Gaza border last month drew outrage internationally, fueling criticism of the Jewish state’s handling of the violent breach of its border. Headlines above images of weeping family members holding 8-month-old Layla Ghandour described the baby as […] ...

Facebook decides to censor ‘Trump Prophecies’ ads

“Almost abusive.” That’s how the producer of “The Trump Prophecies” said Facebook has been treating him regarding his attempts to advertise his movie. Fox News reports Facebook is “blocking” ads for the production. The movie is based on the book on retired firefighter Mark Taylor’s prediction April 28, 2011, in the middle of a debilitating sickness that […] ...

Archaeologist: We found site of wedding in Cana

An archaeologist is suggesting that he has discovered the site of the city of Cana where Jesus’ first miracle, the water-into-wine transformation, happened, according to the Bible. Aleteia, a site named “Best General Publisher” site by American Catholic Press Association, reported on the announcement from Tom McCollough, which was documented in the Biblical Archaeology Review. […] ...

NATO chief says alliance might not survive

There’s no guarantee these days that NATO will survive, the international alliance’s chief says. In an AP report, Jens Stoltenberg said there needs to be an immediate effort to “shore up” the group. That’s because of the widening divisions between Europe and the United States over the Iran nuclear deal, climate change, and more. The […] ...

Why Revolutionary War was not simply a regime change

At a time when most of the world was ruled by kings, Americans held its first popularly elected legislative assembly. Jamestown was initially a “company colony,” run by the 1606 Virginia Company Charter, which had by-laws and an appointed governor. The unforeseen crises, famines, diseases, Indian attacks, labor shortages and struggles to establish a cash […] ...

Why Revolutionary War was not simply a regime change

At a time when most of the world was ruled by kings, Americans held its first popularly elected legislative assembly. Jamestown was initially a “company colony,” run by the 1606 Virginia Company Charter, which had by-laws and an appointed governor. The unforeseen crises, famines, diseases, Indian attacks, labor shortages and struggles to establish a cash […] ...

Editors, CEOs warned against relying on SPLC leftists

The left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center has hundreds of millions of dollars banked, but the $3.4 million it paid for labeling a Muslim and his group “extremist” has motivated dozens of other groups targeted by SPLC to consider legal action. The leaders of 47 organizations that have been designated as “hate groups” by SPLC, mostly for their stances on […] ...

Mainstream media fact checks: Obama separated families

Amid establishment-media comparisons of the Holocaust with the Trump administration’s enforcement of immigration law resulting in the temporary separation of detained illegal-alien adults from children, a major newspaper chain is offering a fact check. “President Barack Obama separated parents from their children at the border,” concluded a story published Thursday by McClatchy. “Obama prosecuted mothers […] ...