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New World Order announces World Tour 2016

While you have been preoccupied trying to get socialist Obamacare from an intertubes Facebook system that McMegan has upgraded to “Three Mile Island” from “Brain Eating Bacteria From Outer Space” because she was too lazy to  look up how to spell Chernobyl, and while the press has been obsessed with…

Clinton calls for Senate to act on nuclear treaty

Clinton says Senate should vote on nuclear treaty during lame-duck session, calls it crucial Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is pressing the Senate to vote this year on a new U.S.-Russian nuclear weapons treaty, saying that postponing a vote would undermine national security. Speaking to reporters after a 90-minute…

Clinton criticizes Israeli expanded building plan

Clinton calls Israeli building plan counterproductive to US efforts to revive peace talks Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is criticizing Israel’s new construction plans for disputed east Jerusalem as an obstacle to reviving Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. In remarks at the State Department, Clinton said the U.S. was “deeply disappointed”…

Pentagon chiefs: Afghans can manage by 2014

Top US defense chiefs endorse Afghan goal of security handover by 2014 Afghanistan should be ready to handle its own security by the year 2014, the top U.S. defense chiefs said Monday. Defense Secretary Robert Gates and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen said NATO should endorse the…

Clinton (again) denies presidential ambitions

Hillary Clinton slaps down post-midterm speculation on presidential ambitions U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is again slapping down speculation that she harbors ambitions for another presidential run. In New Zealand on Friday, Clinton told a pair of television interviewers that she won’t run for president even in the…

Democrats get more ‘aggressive’ and ‘bullish’ on terrorism

Not every Democrat is up for reelection this year, but perhaps many are acting like they are to help “weaker” colleagues who could hurt their majority status, or, just maybe, the party is just sick and tired of being labeled by the GOP and the media as the ‘softer on…

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