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AGAIN! McCain opposes Trump, this time on trade

Once again, a headline-hungry Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., is making waves by opposing the president, the leader of his party. But this time, the battle didn’t go the way the media’s favorite Republican was hoping. President Trump’s top-level team is finally complete, as Robert Lighthizer, Trump’s nominee for the Cabinet-level position of United States Trade […] …

Watercooler 05/13/17 Open Thread: Last Week, RedState

  Welcome to today’s edition of Watercooler: Last Week, RedState.   This WC is all about Posts, Reader’s Diaries, and comments at RedState Hot Topics Last Week: First and foremost, Streiff returned after a well-earned vacation. Welcome back Streiff, you were missed man! Sometimes a Diary runs into, let’s just say, a bit of opposition against its main premise, this post by Jay Caruso titled: Ted | Read More »
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Iowa ministry steps up when bus tragedy kills 32 in Tanzania

Washington may have been embroiled this week in President Trump’s firing of James Comey, the investigations of Russia’s role in the 2016 campaign and other political matters, but outside the Beltway many were mourning the horrific school-bus crash in Tanzania in which 32 people, mostly students, died. A team from an Iowa-based ministry shared the grief, as members were […] …

This day in WND history: DHS caught busing in illegal Somalis from Mexico border

DHS caught busing in illegal Somalis from Mexico border May 13, 2015: The U.S. has been bringing in 100,000 Muslims every year through legal channels such as the United Nations refugee program and various visa programs, but in May 2015, reports indicated a pipeline had been established through the southern border with the help of the federal […] …

Colonists didn’t come to America for the pretty views

When Muslim Turks conquered the land trade routes from Europe to Asia, Europeans attempted to find sea routes. These attempts were financed either by kings and wealthy private individuals, or through the new invention of “companies.” In Medieval Europe, there were tradesmen, partnerships and guilds, but “companies” were virtually non-existent, as the paying and receiving […] …

Spicer bursts media’s bubble with just a few choice words

WASHINGTON – The White House press briefing room was more packed than ever, with wall-to-wall reporters and camera operators. Friday promised to be an explosive culmination of a combustible week that included the firing of FBI Director James Comey. And there was a buzz of anticipation rippling through the air after President Trump had begun […] …