Breaking Update: Terror Suspect Named In NYC Vehicle Terror Attack Killing 8 Pedestrians

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by Richard Cameron   NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio and NYC Police Commissioner James O’Neill have announced the identity of the suspect in a vehicle attack that resulted in the deaths of 8 persons and the injury of 12 others. The suspect is named Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov and is reported to be from Tampa, Florida. Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayer De Blasio are calling the assault an “act of terror”. This conclusion was based on the suspect, according to witnesses, having screamed the Arabic phrase, “Allahu Akbar” – recognized as…

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It’s Almost Year End! Do You Have Your Donations Done? Here’s A Great One!

By Janice Barlow Phil Williams has so much on his plate these days, that it’s hard to keep up with him. For those of you who haven’t yet heard of Phil, he’s a disabled veteran who wears many hats. He’s a preacher. He has a radio show. He has a kid’s radio show. He also has his own recording studio where several well known artists record their music. He is also a musician and vocalist in his own right and can rival the best rappers. But he uses his music…

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Wolves, The Endangered Species Act and H.R 424

By J. Lee WOLVES, THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AND H.R. 424 The Endangered Species Act (ESA) was designed to protect many species including wolves. Although all species need protection, this story will focus on the plight of wolves in the United States. The ESA was written by a team of scientists and lawyers. It was passed by the 93rd United States Congress. It was signed by President Nixon in 1973. Prior to the ESA, was the Endangered Species Preservation Act of 1966. The objective of The Endangered Species Act is to protect…

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The Manafort Indictment Is Ominous News For Trump Inc., But So Is George Papadapoulos

photo collage of Donald Trump and recently indicted former campaign chief Paul Manafort

by Richard Cameron   Now that the official news is that former Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort and his associate Rick Gates have been charged in a sealed indictment, we take a look at all this from 30,000 feet. What are the implications? If you ask President Trump – there aren’t any: At face value, you would think Trump believes today’s announcement from the office of Special Counsel Robert Mueller is the end of the matter. He doesn’t believe that and no one with any sense believes that. The tweets…

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Former Trump advisors, Paul Manafort and Rick Gates charged with Conspiracy; Papadopolous Admits Lying

By Dani Graham President Trump‘s former campaign manager and chief strategist, Paul Manafort, turned himself into federal authorities this morning. In addition, Rick Gates, longtime business partner of Manafort and another former Trump campaign official has been urged to turn himself in. The charges filed against Manafort and Gates include conspiracy against the United States, foreign lobbying, money laundering, and tax evasion are shown here: News that the first charges were approved by a federal grand jury broke on Friday, while rumors swirled that the first indictments would be issued…

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Our Nation’s Foundations – Lesson Ten: Judicial Branch

by Oletta Branstiter One of the three equal but separate branches of our government is the Judicial Branch. Its purpose is inscribed above the entrance to the Supreme Court Building: “Equal Justice Under the Law.” Add summaries of the following information to a second third of the roof of your graphic. The Judicial Branch of our government currently consists of nine Supreme Court Justices and many federal court judges that are nominated by the President and approved by the Senate. These justices and judges may serve for life. The number of…

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Trump’s Incomplete JFK Assassination Document Release Will Not Resolve The Controversies

photo of the portion of the Dallas Motorcade route of JFK as viewed from the window of the 6th floor of the Dallas School Book Depository

by Richard Cameron The Trump stonewall and the ‘National Security’ ruse The Trump administration has not conformed to the letter or the spirit of the Congressional order – the “John F. Kennedy Assassinations Record Collection Act” of 1992, that mandated that “each assassination record shall be publicly disclosed in full .?.?. no later than the date that is 25 years after the date” of its enactment. The Trump White House is relying on the imprecise language in the bill – the “national security” exemption,  “identifiable harm to the military defense, intelligence operations,…

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How Obama’s Giant Ball of Twine Got Trumped in the Budget Contest

By Janice Barlow On my way back from an appointment today, I cringed, but put Rush Limbaugh on the radio as nothing else was on. I wanted to see what he was addressing in his latest ratings grabbing excuse while trying to justify the presidency of Donald J. Trump. Yes, Rush, we know Hillary Clinton is a liberal, a liar, and has a uranium problem. Yes, we know Barack Obama was a huge deficit spending, big government pushing progressive socialist enabler in the form of welfare programs and government controlled…

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Two Paths That You Can Go By – Senator Jeff Flake Points To The High Road

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by Tony Wyman Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) called us all out on the carpet last night with a speech that will go down in history as one of the greatest ever given by an American politician.                                                                                                             …

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Fats Domino Heads Off In Search Of The Great Blueberry Hill In The Sky And That Ain’t A Shame

by Richard Cameron Fats Domino (1928-2017) Antoine Dominique “Fats” Domino Jr., who passed late Tuesday at age 89, is one of those artists we can recognize for their contributions to the music scene that we don’t need to spend much time introducing.  His impact on pop music is imprinted on so many recordings and facets of pop culture that just mentioning one of his hits, defines the concept behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Domino remained in the footprint of New Orleans – in nearby Harvey, Louisiana; a…

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