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EU residents facing loss of ‘democratic process’

Citizens of the European Union would face total “federalization” of the continent and the loss of any “democratic process” if a plan proposed by French President Emmanuel Macron is adopted, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. “The people would have no say in changing the direction of Europe,” warns economist Martin Armstrong in a report […] …

Uh-oh! With ISIS expelled, militias clash in new Iraq conflict

While ISIS is pushed to the brink of extinction, the Shiite militias and Kurdish fighters who drove the purported caliphate out of Iraq are now fighting each other over control of key areas in northern Iraq, and a decorated U.S. general says the ones who benefit are the mullahs in Iran. NBC News reports Monday […] …

Marines experiment with instant repairs on equipment

The U.S. Marines are experimenting with the idea of instant repairs, in the field, of their equipment, according to a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. They’re using a technology already incorporated in the business world – 3-D printing. “We’re at the tip of the iceberg as to what capabilities this can bring,” Capt. Justin Carrasco said […] …

G7 ministers creating worldwide ‘terrorist directory’

Amid reports Friday that G7 nations and several tech companies, such as Google and Facebook, were deploying new measures to block jihadist propaganda on the Internet, INTERPOL announced its own effort, says a new report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. The global law-enforcement alliance wants to create and maintain a list of known terrorists worldwide. The G7 effort, which aims […] …

Kim Jong Un: We will respond to ‘fire with fire’

The rogue regime in North Korea has sent America a threat, through the unusual channel of a letter to Australia, promising it will respond to “fire with fire.” North Korea has been issuing threats against America for some time, both through its statements and its actions. Friday, the London Mirror reported that Kim Jong Un’s rhetoric had […] …

‘Underwear bomber’ sues to ‘access Earth’s 7.5 billion people’

The “underwear bomber,” Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who was convicted of trying to blow up a jetliner traveling from Amsterdam to Detroit on Christmas in 2009 and kill the 289 people aboard, has sued the United States, claiming he deserves to have access to communicate with the world’s roughly 7.5 billion people. His complaint filed in […] …

Europe’s officialdom erasing Christianity

A new report from the Gatestone Institute documents how Europe is changing its official history to erase the influences of Christianity – and instead add credits to Islam, says a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. “The official European establishment has turned its back on Christianity,” says the report from Giulio Meotti, the cultural editor […] …

Trump chief of staff ‘stunned’ by congresswoman’s attack

WASHINGTON – White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly said he was “stunned” to learned a Democratic member of Congress would exploit the “sacred” moment President Trump spent giving condolences to the widow of a fallen soldier to score cheap political points. He appeared before the White House press corps Thursday, leaving the room […] …