Category Archives: Foreign policy and affairs

4 Tourists Executed By Mexican Marines

by Jack News today reported on an investigation that began in 2016.  Three brothers and one friend, all American citizens, were all executed shortly after they were taken into custody by Mexican Marines involved in fighting the drugs cartels.  Few … Continue reading

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Wonderful Picture of Mexico

12 Jan. 2018 – The State Department is a wee bit slow on issuing this major travel warning, but its out now.  We’ve known how bad it is for many months through tourist reports, but now the State Department has … Continue reading

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High Level Talks North Korea?

Posted by Tina It’s hard to say what might have moved Kim Jong Un to make the decision. Was it good old fashioned planning and diplomacy, the silly factor of recent Tweets, or the embarrassing news that one of Kim’s … Continue reading

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The Tossing of Warning Salvos and Rewards

Posted by Tina UN Ambassador Nikki Haley is following through on her promise that the US would “punish” those who voted against our decision to move our embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. In what was, perhaps just a symbolic preview … Continue reading

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Humor Hits the California Highways

Submitted in comments by J Soden Two stories today highlight the inanity of the California government through hilarious hi-jinks. The first comes via FOX News Drivers entering California are being greeted with signs proclaiming the liberal bastion an “OFFICIAL SANCTUARY … Continue reading

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Ambassador Haley: US Will Slash UN Budget 2018

Posted by Tina Last week US Ambassador Nikki Haley announced that the consequences for voting against the United States in it’s sovereign decision to move it’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem would include a slash in our UN budget “by … Continue reading

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To Save Iran Deal Obama Squashed Prosecution of Hezbollah Drug Running Operation

Posted by Tina Both Politico and the New York Post are reporting today that President Obama interfered to blunt prosecutorial efforts by a team at the Drug Enforcement Administration in order to secure the Iran deal: A team at the … Continue reading

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Did CNN Suddenly Wake?

Posted by Tina Holy Guacamole! A rare thing happened today. CNN, a network that gave President Trump “93% negative coverage” in the first months of his presidency, acknowledged that President Trump has been a “keeper of promises”: A politician who … Continue reading

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US Out of UN Migration and Refugee “Global Framework”

Posted by Tina Ambassador Nikki Haley informed the UN that the United States will not conform to UN mandates on migration and refugees but will instead do what is best for our own country according to our own laws and … Continue reading

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Rex Tillerson to Leave State?

Posted by Tina UPDATE DEC 1ST: Rex Tillerson finds reports of his demise “laughable and his office, the following: “The State Department has said Tillerson plans to remain on the job. He is scheduled to leave Monday on an official, … Continue reading

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