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Obama CIA chief charges Trump-Putin meeting ‘treasonous’

Former Barack Obama CIA director John Brennan, recently described as being “demented by hatred” against President Trump, Monday become the loudest shot of a Democratic broadside against the president over his summit in Helsinki with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Brennan, whose actions while in office remain a potential target for investigators as long as Congress has a Republican […] ...

Sheriff Joe has ‘out-of-the-box’ idea to end border crisis

With drugs, gangs and illegal aliens continuing to plague America’s southern border, Joe Arpaio, the former Sheriff of Maricopa County, Arizona, is suggesting to deploy the U.S. military inside of Mexico. Arpaio, who is now seeking the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Sen. Jeff Flake, broadcast the plan on “Aaron […] ...

Putin addresses U.S. ‘election interference’

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday reiterated his insistence that his government didn’t interfere in the 2016 U.S. president election, in direct conflict with the U.S. Justice Department, which on Friday announced the indictments of 12 Russians accused of meddling in the 2016 race. “The Russian state has never interfered and is not going to interfere in internal American affairs,” Putin said […] ...

CIA grappling with morality in covert wars

The old saying “war is hell” has been around since the Civil War, and there’s little doubt the tactics of war challenge the moral codes of most every civilization, explains Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin. But where should the line of behavior be drawn for America’s intelligence corps in times of conflict? It may be no more precise than […] ...

China expert: Trump leaking intel to put N. Korea on notice

North Korea is bristling at American verification demands for the dismantling of its nuclear program, but one prominent expert believes the Trump administration’s hardball tactics got Kim Jong Un to the negotiating table and will likely lead to him truly abandoning his nukes as well. Over the weekend, North Korea accused Secretary of State Mike […] ...

Church attendance up for atheists, down for Christians

While fewer Americans and Europeans are attending church regularly, more non-believers, including atheists, are showing up for services, according to a cold-case detective who has been investigating the weird trend. The detective, J. Warner Wallace, who is also a senior fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview and the author of “Cold-Case Christianity,” says […] ...

Parents ‘proud’ of son for recruiting bombers who killed 14

A military honor on his chest. A rapid promotion to become the head of her department. Grandchildren. There are many things that make parents proud of their offspring. For some Palestinians parents, recruiting suicide bombers that kill and injure dozens is on the list, according to Palestinian Media Watch, or PMW. PMW’s Itamar Marcua and Nan Jacques Zilberdik […] ...

Chinese choosing homeschooling, even though it’s illegal

It’s illegal, but these Chinese parents say they so much want the best for their children, they’re willing to homeschool them, hiding from the government on an as-needed basis. Homeschooling has been booming for years in America, where there are millions, and there are several countries in Europe where’s it is thriving even though officials […] ...