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  • Russian President Vladimir Putin Connected To Russian Mafia
    Russian President Vladimir Putin Connected To Russian Mafia
    It was 1997 and Alexander Litvinenko was working as an agent for the FSB in Russia. In other words he was a Russian spy. He was given an order to hit Boris Berezovsky and didn't feel comfortable doing the assassination. He went to his boss the...
  • The Senate passed the Keystone Pipeline bill with bipartisan support
    Senate passes Keystone Pipeline despite Obama veto threat
    Despite President Barack Obama threat to veto any bill passed by Congress approving the Keystone XL pipeline the Republican controlled Senate passed their bill on Thursday afternoon Jan. 29, 2015 with bipartisan support and a vote of 62 to 36. The...
  • Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton possibly pushing back her 2016 announcement to July
    On Thursday, Democrats announced Hillary Clinton will possibly delay her 2016 campaign announcement. She has decided to delay the announcement as a result of not facing any potential Democrat seeking the nomination. Democrats have reported that...
  • Oklahoma Legislature, Senator Nathan Dahm
    Oklahoma following Arizona's lead, drafts legislation for American Civics Act
    Oklahoma could follow Arizona as the second state passing a law requiring high school students to pass the U.S. citizenship test in order to graduate. Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm is the author of SB 407, the American Civics Act, to be read...
  • Ukrainian Troops Retreat Under Fire
    Ukrainian Troops Retreat Under Fire
    The battle took place in southeast Ukraine. The rebels were pushing back Ukrainian troops and gaining ground. The Ukrainian troops were retreating under fire except the fire was coming from their own troops. There had not been any call for retreat...
  • Loretta Lynch
    GOP begins grilling Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch
    Republican controlled Congress began grilling President Obama’s nominee for Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Wednesday. During the course of the hearing, she defended the legality of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration...
  • Jimmy Carter and Frank Church
    Church Committee anniversary brings call for review of intelligence agencies
    The fortieth anniversary of the Church Committee on Jan. 27 triggered a call for new Congressional hearings on America’s intelligence agencies by seventeen former committee staff members. The United States Senate created the Select Committee...
  • Green Gone Wrong
    California eco-group funded by anti-fracking Russia
    Eco-groups have long practiced subversive, anti-capitalistic activism in the guise of saving the planet. Environmental groups are subsidized by American taxpayers as tax-exempt nonprofits. The Washington Free Beacon has reported that a complex off...
  • SCOTUS
    U.S. Supreme Court halts three Oklahoma executions
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday blocked three executions scheduled in Oklahoma until they finished their review of the state’s lethal injection procedure. Lawyers for the murderers expected the Court to block the executions until their...
  • Western Sanctions Taking Their Toll On Russia
    Western Sanctions Taking Their Toll On Russia
    For close to a year now, Russia has been held to sanctions financially by the European Union and United States. The effects took some time to occur but thanks to the fall of a barrel of oil and the drop of the ruble Russia is in dire straights...
  • Bowe Bergdahl
    Army Seargeant Bowe Bergdahl soon to be charged with desertion
    On Tuesday, Defense officials reported that Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl is expected to be charged with desertion, stemming from his disappearance back in 2009 when he was stationed in Afghanistan. Bergdahl was released from captivity in a Taliban...
  • Speaker of the House
    Immigration reform made simple, even for Republicans
    Mean spirit is bad governance.Republicans wanted control of Congress and now that they have it they are fumbling all over themselves to get anything accomplished. They have met the enemy and it is themselves for all to see. They are divided on...
  • Obama missed the 70th anniversary commemoration of the liberation of the Auschwitz
    Obama missing Auschwitz liberation anniversary ceremony stirs controversy
    World leaders, foreign dignitaries and over 300 survivors of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp attended the commemoration memorial marking International Holocaust Memorial Day on Jan. 27, 2015 and the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the...
  • Congresswoman Kelly Hosts STEM Boot Camp at South Suburban College
    Congresswoman Robin Kelly hosts 'STEM Boot Camp' at South Suburban College
    Middle school students built a tabletop wind turbine from scratch during a STEM Boot Camp hosted by Congresswoman Robin Kelly at South Suburban College.Twenty-five Coolidge Middle School students from South Holland also measured the energy output...
  • Libyan hotel
    Gunmen open fire in Libyan hotel killing three foreigners
    Three people died and six were injured on Tuesday when a car bomb exploded and gunmen attacked the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, Libya. The Corinthia Group spokesman spoke to CNN saying the gunmen were killed. The hotel is located along the...