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Colombia Thumbs its Nose at Trump’s Drug-War Threat

Santos government lowers eradication goals for 2018, critics say U.S. ambassador signaled tacit support. Three months after the Trump administration warned Colombia it could be decertified as a partner in the drug war over a record spike in cocaine production, Bogota announced it had significantly lowered its coca-eradication goals. The decision to roll back eradication targets—and the U.S. ambassador’s apparent complicity—has conservative critics saying the Trump administration is once again sending mixed signals about the effort to curb Colombia’s surging cocaine exports. Colombian Defense Minister Luis Carlos Villegas said on…

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Benghazi: Ambassador Stevens Final Words Revealed—They Will Haunt Hillary To Her Grave

We all remember the Benghazi attack. It may seem like a distant memory to some people, but it’s a very important event in our history. The lack of support from our government at that time when Barack Obama was the president is a stain on his administration and Hillary’s reputation. According to our source, Conservative Post, there’s a case pending for the terrorist behind the attack that saw the deaths of the American ambassador and a couple of warriors. And the latest news that came out were Ambassador Steven’s last words….

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Israeli Defense Forces Major Reaction to Trump Recognizing Jerusalem — Destroys the Criticism

Wednesday, President Trump announced the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. The announcement, which made a significant shift in American foreign policy, shocked the whole Middle East, and demonstrators occupied U.S. embassies around the world.   Several world leaders opposed his decision, with eight nations on the UN Security Council calling for an “emergency meeting,” per Reuters. In an attempt to understand the view of Israelis from Jerusalem who know the Israeli-Palestinian conflict better than others, the Independent Journal Review interviewed to Israeli Defense Forces Maj. Amichai Chikli. Chikli, 36, served in Israel’s…

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North Korea Fires New Ballistic Missile

The Pentagon said it was assessing the “probable” launch, which happened at about 03:30 local time (18:30 GMT). South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that the missile flew eastward from Pyongsong, South Pyongan province. The North has carried out a series of missile tests in recent months, raising tensions with its neighbours and with the US. It is not clear how far the latest missile went or whether it flew over Japan as others did earlier this year. North Korea’s last ballistic missile test was in September, days after it…

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Church of Sweden Sets New Gender Neutral Rules: God Will No Longer Be Called “He” or “Lord”

The Church of Sweden set new rules regarding language to make the church more inclusive. The Church is urging clergy to use gender-neutral language and refrain from terms like “Lord” and “him.” Last year Swedish lesbian bishop Eva Brune proposed removing crosses and Christian symbols from her church to make it more inclusive. Breitbart.com reported: The Church of Sweden has voted to adopt a controversial new handbook which says masculine references to God, such as “He” and “Lord” should be scrapped so as to be more “inclusive”. Despite heavy criticism from organisations including…

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Dramatic Video is Released of North Korean Soldier’s Desperate Dash Across the Border and His Rescue After Being Shot 5 Times

Harrowing footage has been released of the moment a North Korean soldier was shot by his comrades as he made a mad scramble to freedom across the border. The United Nations Command (UNC) in South Korea released the video as Kim Jong-un’s regime was accused of violating an armistice agreement put in place in 1953 following the Korean War, by shooting across the border as well as actually crossing the Military Demarcation Line (MDL). The soldier, whose rank and identity have not been disclosed, was flown by a US military…

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Trump Gives Notice to the World, “I Am Always Going to Put America First”

President Trump is well-known for his “America First” agenda. And he pushed that same agenda at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Da Nang, Vietnam. Trump made a promise that he and his government will fight “chronic trade abuses” until the problem is no more. The POTUS gave a blood-chilling speech at the summit in which he put the whole world on notice: “We are not going to let the United States be taken advantage of anymore.” Trump wants to completely eliminate “unfair trade practices” and he will stop at nothing to do so….

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Extraordinary Scenes in Paris: Up To 100 Officials Singing La Marseillaise Drown Out Islamic Prayers at Muslim Street Protest

In a scene perhaps reminiscent of film classic, Casablanca, a defiant crowd of two hundred Parisians faced-off with Islamic protestors, Friday lunchtime, attempting to end a street protest which has brought the town center to a standstill each Friday afternoon for eight months. As reported by the Gateway Pundit in spring, Clichy-la-Garenne, several métro stops from central Paris, has been the scene of Friday street prayers by Muslims demanding the town provide a new mosque in the heart of Clichy – despite the opening, at tax-payer expense, of a new prayer room and Islamic…

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GOP reps introduce bill to remove Mueller from Trump-Russia investigation — the reason why involves Uranium One

Three Republican congressman introduced legislation on Friday to remove Robert Mueller as special counsel in the FBI’s Trump-Russia investigation, citing reasons related to the 2010 sale of Uranium One to Russia. What happened? Reps. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas), Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.), Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.) introduced the bill. They say Mueller should recuse himself from the investigation because he was director of the FBI when U.S. government agencies approved the sale of Uranium One to a Russian nuclear-energy firm. Gaetz explained in a statement that Mueller’s FBI found evidence of criminal corruption in the…

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WATCH: Huckabee Sanders SCORCHES CNN’s April Ryan Over Puerto Rican Recovery

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fired-back at the Mayor of San Juan on Thursday, slamming the left-leaning politician for wearing a Hillary Clinton shirt during a television interview; saying she “chose to make a political statement” rather than focus on recovery efforts. “The Mayor of San Juan had a shirt saying ‘nasty.’ What does this White House believe? The President went there, it was very controversial,” asked a reporter. “Actually, it wasn’t controversial,” fired back Sanders. “It was widely praised, even by a Democrat governor. I think that…

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