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Will Congress finally hang up on Robocalls?

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It doesn’t matter whether you have a landline or a mobile phone. Robocalls can ring you up anytime, anywhere. And if it weren’t for the Democrat focus on impeachment this fall, a ...

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Millions of Hong Kong protesters thank Trump for signing resolution of support

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Fulfilling the promises of a 1997 treaty agreed to by Hong Kong, the U.S. and Great Britain, President Trump signed legislation backing pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The treaty promised that the ...

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Black Friday deals on TVs open up hacking concerns

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Savvy shoppers know that Black Friday presents some of the best deals of the year on pricy electronics like TVs. Overall, the National Retail Federation expects Americans will spend about $730 billion ...

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Communist officials remove Chinese worshippers then destroy church

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While NBA players like LeBron James defend China’s crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, authorities in China have forcibly removed Christians then bulldozed their church. The atrocity also included the arrest of ...

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Facebook cracks down on anti-Israel pages based in Iran

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Facebook has removed pages originating in Iran and Russia that aimed to stir up anti-Israel sentiment and hatred of Jews on the social media platform.  Nathaniel Gleichery, head of Cybersecurity Policy for ...

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Senator Hawley compares Berlin and Hong Kong protests for democracy

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While the NBA is being criticized for cozying up to Chinese Communists who are battling pro-democracy protesters in China, U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, says China is trying to censor Americans from ...

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Trump signs $47 billion trade agreement with Japan in blow to China

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Lost in the news this week comes a major victory in the trade war with Communist China. The United States and Japan signed on Oct. 7 a trade agreement that would open up markets to ...

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News Briefs: Pompeo subpoenaed; Hong Kong protester shot; Whistleblower form mysteriously changed;

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Here’s today’s news briefs: Pompeo to testify before Congress Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was among the officials who listened in on the July 25 phone call between President Trump and Ukraine’s ...

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Ted Cruz says impeachment push a ‘circus’

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in remarks on Sept. 27 said that the majority of Democrats appear to only care about impeaching President Donald Trump and not do their jobs as elected lawmakers, adding that the ...

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Impeachment lands with a dud for American people

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This week’s move towards impeachment of President Donald Trump seems to have landed with a dud for the American people. While no formal papers of impeachment have been drawn up, the nation’s ...

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What’s really happening in Hong Kong?

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While the images may be mesmerizing, most media consumers don’t fully understand what is happening in Hong Kong – a battle for freedom against encroaching despotic communist rule. For citizens of the ...

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Pastor shared Jesus with thousands of North Koreans before he was assassinated

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A pastor on the China-North Korea border shared the hope of the Gospel with at least 1,000 North Koreans before he was assassinated for his missionary work in 2016, a defector has ...

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China given time as their industrial output plunges

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China is looking to narrow the scope of negotiations with the U.S. to only trade matters. The news comes as China’s industrial output has plunged to its lowest level since 2002 – ...

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News Briefs: Study finds prejudice down under Trump; No Taliban talks; China and 5G; Police union backs Trump

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Here’s your daily news briefs Study says prejudice down under Trump Contrary to media reports, new recent research by a leading university has found that hate crimes and prejudice against other races ...

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Black unemployment hits historic low even with trade war

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The unemployment rate among black Americans reached 5.5 percent in August—a historic low. That’s even down from 6 percent the month before and a substantial 0.4 percentage point below the previous record in May ...

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Media silent on Bernie Sanders wanting population control to stop ‘climate change’

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The media has a secret they don’t want you to know. What they’re keeping from viewers and readers is something out of the pages of a dystopian novel or perhaps the Communist ...

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News Briefs: Federal Reserve rebuts media; China using drugs to weaken US; Brexit stalled; Now Mueller team is accused

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Here’s today’s news briefs. Federal Reserve rebuts negative media narrative Contrary to the media’s ultra negative reporting on the economy, the Federal Reserve today released its “beige book,” and said the vast majority ...

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News Briefs: Dorian turns north; 25 dead, more missing from boat fire; Diet caused blindness; New tariffs

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Today’s news briefs: Hurricane Dorian turning north Dorian has destroyed thousands of homes in the Bahamas and left an entire island without power. The hurricane, which was a Category 5 storm for over ...

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Christian basketball player Jeremy Lin will play in China

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Jeremy Lin, the Ivy League graduate known for “Linsanity” that energized America when he played for the New York Knicks back in 2012, is taking his basketball talents to China. The 6′-3″ ...

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US officially launches new Space Force

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President Donald Trump officially opened the U.S. Space Command, the first stage of the new branch of the military, the Space Force, that Trump announced last year. “SpaceCom will ensure that American ...

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Media says G-7 a failure but facts tell different story

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President Donald Trump has secured a major concession from leaders of the Group of Seven after they issued a declaration on Aug. 26 committing to fair trade.  It has been Trump’s central effort ...

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News Briefs: Japan and US trade deal; Religious freedom win; China wants to talk; US economy still strong

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News briefs for today. Trump judge rules in favor of Christian videographers A Christian couple who refused to video a same-sex wedding have won their court case, possibly setting another precedent for ...

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News Briefs: Youtube blocks Communists; Sex offenders in libraries; Russian missiles off Alaska; Autism over-diagnosed

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Convicted child sex offenders holding drag queen story times Over the past year, the Austin Public Library in Texas has allowed a sex offender to read to children during “Drag Queen Story Time,” a pro-family ...

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News Briefs: US imposes more tariffs; Electoral College wins in court; McCabe hired at CNN; Israel strikes Iranian missiles

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Here’s your daily news briefs. US responds with more tariffs In the latest escalation of the U.S.-China trade war, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Aug. 23 that he will balance the “very unfair trading relationship” ...

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News Briefs: Robo calls; China hacking cancer research; DOJ releases eye-opening arrest data;

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Here’s your daily news briefs. DOJ says majority of arrests are non-citizens Noncitizen immigrants in the United States accounted for a whopping 64 percent of all federal arrests in 2018. That’s according to new ...

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