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New Texas bill would create easier path for vaccine exemptions in public schools

New Texas bill would create easier path for vaccine exemptions in public schools | 02 March 2019 | Getting vaccine exemptions may now be easier for residents in Texas, after a new bill was filed in the Texas House of Representatives. Representative Matt Krause (R) filed House Bill 1490 on Feb. 7, which would change how people file vaccine exemptions. The goal would be to make it easier to claim an exemption from required immunizations for public school students. [Excellent! It's about time.]

Inside Michael Cohen's '$750,000' book deal and how he pitched the proposal praising Trump just weeks before the FBI raided his office

Inside Michael Cohen's '$750,000' book deal and how he pitched the proposal praising Trump just weeks before the FBI raided his office --Michael Cohen has turned on Trump now, but just weeks before the FBI raided the office of the president's longtime personal attorney he pitched a book proposal --Cohen wanted to paint Trump in a positive light, starting off the proposal by saying the president is not 'crazy, dumb, paranoid, in over his head, or a liar' | 28 Feb 2019 | President Donald Trump is not crazy. Nor is he dumb or paranoid. Certainly he is not in over his head. Is he a liar? Nope. And he is not addicted to TV either. Who says so? None other than Michael Cohen, the president's former lawyer and fixer who eviscerated Trump in three days of testimony before Congressional committees this week. Cohen's comments were in a book proposal that the jail-bound disbarred attorney was shopping around in the weeks before the FBI raided his offices last year. DailyMail.com has reviewed a copy of that proposal. At the time he had nothing but good things to say about his boss who had entered the White House a little more than a year earlier.

US and South Korea agree to scrap major military drills to foster denuclearization - Seoul

US and South Korea agree to scrap major military drills to foster denuclearization - Seoul | 03 March 2019 | Washington and Seoul will no longer be conducting large-scale Foal Eagle and Key Resolve war games, the South Korean defense ministry said Sunday. It comes several days after US President Trump complained about the drills' cost. The cancellation of the annual wargames, initially scheduled to kick off in spring, was announced by the South Korean military, as it made public the details of a call between Acting US defense chief Patrick Shanahan and his South Korean counterpart, Jeong Kyeong-doo, Yonhap reported. Seoul said that the move to call off the exercises was in support of the diplomatic efforts to pursue a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.

Trump to Sign Executive Order Defending Free Speech on U.S. College Campuses

Breaking: Trump to Sign Executive Order Defending Free Speech on U.S. College Campuses | 02 March 2019 | President Trump has announced that he will soon sign an executive order defending free speech on American college campuses. Trump was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference 2019 (CPAC 2019) on Saturday. The announcement was greeted by thunderous applause. "Today I am proud to announce that I will be very soon signing an executive order requiring colleges and universities to support free speech if they want federal research dollars," the president said during the speech in Oxon Hill, Md... The president's announcement came after he brought on stage Hayden Williams, a conservative activist with Turning Point USA who was punched in the face Feb. 19 at the University of California, Berkeley.

She freed a crying bear caught in a trap meant for 'Momma Bear.' Now, she's been sentenced to jail

She freed a crying bear caught in a trap meant for 'Momma Bear.' Now, she's been sentenced to jail. | 28 Feb 2019 | An animal rights activist who admitted to helping free a bear from a trap in Vernon has been sentenced to 15 days in jail. Catherine McCartney, 50, of Vernon, is appealing the sentence imposed Tuesday by Municipal Court Judge [and Grade 'A' sociopath] James Devine and says she stands by her actions. "These animals are innocent and so I made the moral decision to let the bear go so he could run back to his mother, and it was the right thing to do," McCartney said in a statement she read in court, and provided Wednesday to NJ Advance Media. [People need to destroy every trap they see - problem solved.]

WaPo issues correction to Covington kids story - 6 weeks and 1 lawsuit later

WaPo issues correction to Covington kids story - 6 weeks and 1 lawsuit later [and during a news dump at 5 p.m. on a Friday night] | 02 March 2019 | The Washington Post has corrected its erroneous coverage of the confrontation between the boys from Covington Catholic and the activist Nathan Phillips at the Lincoln Memorial, two months after publishing the misleading story. Admitting "subsequent reporting, a student's statement and additional video" either contradicted or didn't support the initial story, the belated editors' note acknowledges the Covington boys did not taunt, provoke, or stand in the way of Phillips - and removes a tweet quoting Phillips's claim that they did exactly that in which the paper falsely refers to the Native American protester as a Vietnam veteran. The Post's correction follows a $250 million defamation lawsuit filed by Nick Sandmann, the 16-year-old protagonist of the viral video that inspired the original story.

GOP reps refer Michael Cohen to DOJ for alleged perjury during hearing

GOP reps refer Michael Cohen to DOJ for alleged perjury during hearing | 28 Feb 2019 | House Oversight Committee Republicans on Thursday referred ex-Trump attorney Michael Cohen to the Justice Department for alleged perjury, claiming he lied during sworn testimony before the panel a day earlier about a number of issues including his ambitions to work in the Trump administration and contracts with foreign entities. Committee Ranking Member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., penned a letter Thursday to newly sworn-in Attorney General William Barr, citing evidence that Cohen "committed perjury" during his hearing before the committee on Wednesday...Cohen previously pleaded guilty to one count of lying to Congress, in relation to past statements before a Senate committee.

Trump cuts short North Korea summit after dispute over sanctions: 'Sometimes you have to walk'

This is what happens when Deep State dirt-bags like John Bolton run the show: Trump cuts short North Korea summit after dispute over sanctions: 'Sometimes you have to walk' | 28 Feb 2019 | President Trump abruptly walked away from negotiations with North Korea in Vietnam and headed back to Washington on Thursday afternoon, saying the U.S. is unwilling to meet Kim Jong Un's demand of lifting all sanctions on the country without first securing its meaningful commitment to denuclearization. Trump, speaking in Hanoi, Vietnam, told reporters he had asked Kim to do more regarding his intentions to denuclearize, and "he was unprepared to do that." "Sometimes you have to walk," Trump said at a solo press conference following the summit.

Trump shakes hands with Kim Jong-un ahead of denuclearization summit in Vietnam

Trump shakes hands with Kim Jong-un ahead of denuclearization summit in Vietnam | 27 Feb 2019 | US President Donald Trump has met North Korean leader Kim Jong-un ahead of a summit in Vietnam during which the two men are expected to discuss the decnuclearization of the Korean peninsula face-to-face for the second time. Trump and Kim shook hands, smiled and posed for photographs in front of the press before heading into a dinner accompanied by secretary of state Mike Pompeo and other North Korean officials. Trump told Kim that there was "tremendous economic potential" and a "tremendous future" in store for North Korea. He called Kim a "great leader" and said that he looked forward to a "very successful" summit in Hanoi.

Republicans score upsets in Connecticut special legislative elections

Republicans score upsets in Connecticut special legislative elections | 27 Feb 2019 | Voters in two suburban legislative districts in Connecticut elected Republicans in special elections Monday, handing the GOP seats that Democrats won in November. Republican Gennaro Bizzarro won a state Senate seat in New Britain, outside of Hartford, in a district Hillary Clinton won by more than 23 points in 2016. Bizzarro took 53 percent of the vote over state Rep. Rick Lopes (D)...Republicans also won the 99th state House district, where Joseph Zullo beat Democrat Josh Balter by a 51 percent to 43 percent margin.

Cohen says he doesn't have direct evidence of Trump colluding with Russia

Cohen says he doesn't have direct evidence of Trump colluding with Russia | 27 Feb 2019 | Michael Cohen testified Wednesday that President Trump will "do what is necessary" to win, but told lawmakers he does not have "direct evidence" [aka evidence] he colluded with Russia during the 2016 campaign. Cohen said during his opening statement before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform that while he does not know of direct evidence that Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia, he has his suspicions. "Questions have been raised about whether I know of direct evidence that Mr. Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia. I do not. I want to be clear," Cohen, the president's former personal lawyer, said.

New Jersey officials say 81-year-old man was attacked for wearing MAGA hat

New Jersey officials say 81-year-old man was attacked for wearing MAGA hat | 26 Feb 2019 | An 81-year-old man was allegedly attacked in New Jersey by someone who confronted him for wearing one of President Trump's "Make America Great Again" hats. Somerset County prosecutors said that the man was assaulted at a supermarket after being confronted by the alleged assailant over the hat, according to a local NBC affiliate. The victim had minor injuries from the alleged attack and refused medical treatment, the outlet reported, citing local prosecutors.

'Aid trucks' carry nails and wire for barricades, says Venezuelan FM, shows photos

'Aid trucks' carry nails and wire for barricades, says Venezuelan FM, shows photos | 27 Feb 2019 | Addressing the UN Security Council, Venezuelan Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza has said that the trucks supposedly carrying humanitarian supplies to Venezuela were also loaded with nails and wire, showing photos of seized cargo. The opposition-led and US-backed operation to drive trucks with humanitarian aid over the Colombia-Venezuela border led to violent scuffles, which saw many police officers injured and several trucks set on fire. Denouncing the botched delivery as a "well-orchestrated operation to violate the territory of Venezuela," Arreaza has presented what he called the evidence of the US-led effort being a Trojan horse, aimed at inciting a coup.

Democrats block Senate GOP bill on infants surviving abortions

Democrats block Senate GOP bill on infants surviving abortions | 26 Feb 2019 | Senate Democrats on Monday blocked a Republican bill that would have threatened prison for doctors who don’t try saving the life of infants born alive during abortions. The measure seemed doomed from the start but offered the GOP a chance to appeal to conservative voters. The vote was the latest instance in which Republicans have tried to go on offense on the issue and put Democratic abortion-rights lawmakers in an uncomfortable position. Supporters said the measure presented lawmakers with a simple, moral choice.

House votes to overturn Trump's emergency declaration

House votes to overturn Trump's emergency declaration --13 Republicans joined with Democrats in vote | 26 Feb 2019 | The House passed legislation Tuesday to block President Trump's emergency declaration for the southern border, marking an unprecedented congressional challenge to a president's authority to invoke emergency powers. The resolution passed easily through the Democratic-controlled chamber, 245-182, with Democrats voting unanimously to send it to the Senate. The GOP-led upper chamber is expected to hold a vote on the measure in the coming weeks.

Push to end U.S. support for Saudi war hits Senate setback

Push to end U.S. support for Saudi war hits Senate setback | 25 Feb 2019 |  A House-passed resolution that would withdraw U.S. support for the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen is running into a procedural roadblock in the Senate. The roadblock may delay the legislation which is seen as a bipartisan rebuke of President Trump. The Senate parliamentarian has ruled that the House resolution is not "privileged" in the Senate--a status that was expected to allow supporters to force a vote and pass it with only a simple majority despite steep objections from GOP leadership.

[Little] Marco Rubio posts revolting and dangerous tweet as tensions with Venezuela rise

[Little] Marco Rubio posts revolting and dangerous tweet as tensions with Venezuela rise | 25 Feb 2019 | Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) [P-Prostitute-Deep State] is best know on Twitter for posting inoffensive, out-of-context Bible passages. But in recent days, his account has become particularly inflammatory as he has ramped up his online rhetoric against Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro. And on Sunday, he took his attacks on Maduro to a new level, posting a threatening tweet showing two images of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi -- both during his rule and as he was being killed in the streets by a mob [of al-CIAduh terrorists]. In the context of his previous tweets, it was a clear warning to Maduro. Gaddafi was killed in the streets after a U.S.- and NATO-backed mission helped overthrow his government.

Abe moves ahead with U.S. base work in Okinawa after 'no' referendum

Abe moves ahead with U.S. base work in Okinawa after 'no' referendum | 25 Feb 2019 | Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Feb. 25 that land reclamation work will continue for a new U.S. air station in Okinawa Prefecture despite a referendum showing 72 percent of islanders oppose the project. The new base will be built off the Henoko district of Nago to take over the functions of the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Futenma located in a crowded residential area in Ginowan, also in Okinawa Prefecture...Defense Minister Takeshi Iwaya on Feb. 25 echoed the sentiments of the prime minister.

Vietnam vows ‘maximum level’ security for Trump-Kim summit

Vietnam vows ‘maximum level’ security for Trump-Kim summit | 25 Feb 2019 | With North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on an armored train barreling through China toward Vietnam’s capital, and U.S. President Donald Trump about to board a jet for Hanoi, Vietnamese officials scrambled Monday to finish preparations for a rushed summit that will capture global attention. Officials in Hanoi said they had about 10 days to prepare for the summit -- much less than the nearly two months they said Singapore was given for the first Trump-Kim meeting last year -- but still vowed to provide airtight security for the two leaders. "Security will be at the maximum level," Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Le Hoai Trung told reporters at a briefing meant to showcase the nation's efforts to welcome Kim and Trump.

Trump unleashing digital juggernaut ahead of 2020

Trump unleashing digital juggernaut ahead of 2020 | 25 Feb 2019 | President Trump is ramping up his formidable digital operation nearly two years before the 2020 election, doubling down on a playbook that helped pave his path to the White House. Trump's campaign has already spent more than $3.5 million in small, targeted ads on Facebook, while an allied group has spent over $6 million...And just like in 2016, Trump is pairing the heavy spending with an active Twitter feed, dishing out insults and mocking his potential Democratic opponents as their long and crowded race to the nomination gets underway.

Japan government, Fukushima operator told to pay US$3.8m over nuclear disaster

Japan government, Fukushima operator told to pay US$3.8m over nuclear disaster | 20 Feb 2019 | A Japanese court on Wednesday (Feb 20) awarded nearly US$4 million (S$5.41 million) in fresh damages to scores of residents forced to flee their homes after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown. The Yokohama district court ordered the government and Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) to pay ¥419.6 million (US$3.8 million) to 152 local residents, a court spokeswoman told AFP. The verdict was the fifth time the government has been ruled liable for the disaster in eastern Japan, the world's most serious nuclear accident since Chernobyl in 1986.

'Behind me is toothpaste CNN said doesn't exist in Venezuela' - journalist explores markets

'Behind me is toothpaste CNN said doesn't exist in Venezuela' - journalist explores markets | 24 Feb 2019 | Journalist Max Blumenthal visited state-subsidized food markets outside Caracas and, in a new video, showed that what the corporate media says doesn't exist in Venezuela can actually be easily found right at a local market. Blumenthal toured several state-subsidized markets outside the Venezuelan capital, witnessing "hundreds of people" purchasing basic goods there. He says that the produce is "sold well-below market value," adding that the prices appear to be quite affordable for locals as well. The video shows locals leaving with large bags of groceries from the markets.

Conservative activist assaulted at UC-Berkeley campus during recruitment drive

Conservative activist assaulted at UC-Berkeley campus during recruitment drive | 21 Feb 2019 | University of California police want the public's help tracking down a suspect whose brutal alleged assault of a conservative activist on the Berkeley campus was caught on video. The campus police website said that two men on Tuesday approached a table where the activist was recruiting members to his group, and an argument ensued. The alleged victim, identified by Turning Point USA as Hayden Williams, held up his cell phone and began filming the two men who were allegedly harassing him. One of the two men knocked over the table, police said, and then punched Williams several times, causing injuries to his face.

US-backed opposition caught on video throwing Molotov cocktails at aid truck on Venezuela border

US-backed opposition caught on video throwing Molotov cocktails at aid truck on Venezuela border | 24 Feb 2019 | As Washington and Caracas blame each other for torching a truck carrying what the US called vital 'humanitarian supplies' from Colombia to Venezuela, a video has emerged, finally shedding some light on the incident. The truck caught fire and burned down during a failed attempt on Saturday by US-backed opposition activists to breach the closed Colombia-Venezuela border crossing at the Francisco de Paula Santander Bridge, near the Venezuelan city of Urena. The Venezuelan government refuses to let the American cargo in, calling these 'humanitarian' convoys a propaganda stunt and a precursor to a military invasion...One clip appears to have caught the moment a man on the Colombian side of the border pelted a Molotov cocktail at the truck, while another video from the scene showed the opposition activists openly preparing the incendiary devices.

Trump strikes optimistic note ahead of meeting with North Korea's Kim

Trump strikes optimistic note ahead of meeting with North Korea's Kim | 24 Feb 2019 | President Trump on Sunday expressed optimism ahead of his summit this week with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un...Trump in a series of tweets raised the possibility he and Kim could come to an agreement on denuclearization and asserted North Korea would become an economic stalwart if it abandoned its nuclear arsenal. The president will depart on Monday for the meetings in Hanoi, Vietnam where, he said, he and Kim "both expect a continuation of the progress made at first Summit in Singapore." Trump in a separate tweet said that Kim "realizes, perhaps better than anyone else, that without nuclear weapons, his country could fast become one of the great economic powers anywhere in the World. Because of its location and people (and him), it has more potential for rapid growth than any other nation!"

'More secrets': New batch of 'Dark Overlord' 9/11 papers leaked online

'More secrets': New batch of 'Dark Overlord' 9/11 papers leaked online | 24 Feb 2019 | A mysterious netizen has leaked the decryption key for the third batch of 9/11 documents stolen by hacking collective 'The Dark Overlord.' These documents shed more light on the complicated legal aftermath of the attacks. The latest release reveals more emails hacked from insurance companies, law enforcement agencies and government departments, tasked with managing the lawsuits and insurance claims that arose after the attacks. While the hackers had initially planned on holding the documents for ransom, they eventually released the first two batches after taking bitcoin donations from the public. The decryption key for the third batch, however, was leaked by an anonymous source on Thursday, along with a note reading "You want the True [sic] about 9/11. Here is you change."

Document: Special Counsel Files Manafort Sentencing Memo

Document: Special Counsel Files Manafort Sentencing Memo | 23 Feb 2019 | The special counsel's office has filed its sentencing memo in the Paul Manafort case in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. The memo, along with a lengthy section of exhibits, is available here.

9-0: SCOTUS Delivers Devastating Decision to State-Sponsored Seizure Schemes

9-0: SCOTUS Delivers Devastating Decision to State-Sponsored Seizure Schemes | 20 Feb 2019 | The Supreme Court has just put the clamps on states’ ability to impose excessive fines and use civil asset forfeiture to seize private property. On Wednesday February 20, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled 9-0 that the Eight Amendment’s ban on excessive fines also applies to states. This landmark ruling bolsters property rights and could curtail controversial law enforcement seizures, especially those carried out via civil forfeiture. In the decision, Timbs v. Indiana, the Supreme Court sided with small time drug offender Tyson Timbs, whose $42,000 Land Rover was seized by law enforcement officials.

Warning issued over attacks on internet infrastructure

Warning issued over attacks on internet infrastructure | 22 Feb 2019 | Key parts of the internet infrastructure face large-scale attacks that threaten the global system of web traffic, the internet's address keeper warned Friday. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) declared after an emergency meeting "an ongoing and significant risk" to key parts of the infrastructure that affects the domains on which websites reside. "They are going after the internet infrastructure itself," ICANN chief technology officer David Conrad told AFP.

Trump administration directs 1,000 more troops to Mexican border

Trump administration directs 1,000 more troops to Mexican border | 22 Feb 2019 | The Pentagon announced Friday that it would direct an additional 1,000 troops to the U.S.-Mexico border to install barbed wiring along existing border fences. Defense officials said at a news briefing that the total size of the U.S. deployment of troops to the southern border would reach 6,000 by March 1, with 140 miles of additional Concertina wiring to be installed. "Our numbers right now total are about 5,000. They'll increase to about 6,000 by March 1," a senior defense official said.

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