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 The leftist abuse of process in the Kavanaugh confirmation undermines the rule of law and the Constitution. The Kavanaugh confirmation process should proceed without a public circus of a hearing. Enough is enough.

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China: Muslim Torture Camps Are Necessary ‘Education Centers’

Not His First Rodeo: Francis Commissioned Report to Attack Sex Abuse Victims While Archbishop of Buenos Aires

Pope Francis arrives to lead his weekly general audience on St.Peter's square on August 29, 2018 at the Vatican. (Photo by Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP) (Photo credit should read ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/Getty Images)

Pope Francis commissioned a four-book study in 2010 as archbishop of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires attacking sexual abuse victims and defending a priest convicted of molesting a teenage boy.

Report: Senior Google Scientist Quits over Censored Chinese Search Engine


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India’s Shadow-Bank Bust Has a Lehman Echo

Experts Demand Review of War on Terror on 9/11 Anniversary

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Trump To Sign Executive Order Sanctioning Foreigners Who “Meddle” In US Elections

In his ongoing quest to prove to Robert Mueller that he is not an agent of the Kremlin, Reuters reports that President Trump will sign an executive order as soon as Wednesday that will slap sanctions on any foreign companies or people who interfere in U.S. elections, based on intelligence agency findings. The sanction targets could include “individual people or entire companies accused of interfering in U.S. elections by cyber attacks or other means,” an official told Reuters. It was not clear if entire countries would also be subject to the order.

And in what appears to be an olive branch from the White House to the US intelligence community, the order will put a range of agencies in charge of deciding if meddling occurred, led by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and including the CIA, the National Security Agency and the Homeland Security Department, the sources said.

Election interference will be defined in the order as hacking attempts against “election infrastructure,” and efforts to sway public opinion through coordinated digital propaganda or systematic leaks of private political information. Which, with the Republicans reportedly set to lose control of the House according to various analysts and pundits, could come in handy now that the table are about to be turned, and it will be the republicans who will be blaming the Russians for the upcoming GOP loss in the midterms.

Reuters also notes that based on a recent draft of the order, it will require any federal agency aware of election interference by foreigners to take the information to the office of Director of National Intelligence.

“The administration is keen to set a new norm in cyberspace,” the official said. “This is a first step in stating boundaries and publicly announcing our response for bad behavior.”

The order represents the latest in a series of Trump administration efforts to look tough on election security before voting in November that will decide whether Trump’s Republican Party can keep its majorities in both the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate.

Meanwhile, Congress has been purposefully left out of the executive order drafting process, because the administration wants to preempt legislation being considered in the House and Senate that addresses similar issues.

U.S. lawmakers have introduced various pieces of Russia-related legislation, including the “Deter Act,” to set out punishments for election meddling, and what one lawmaker called a sanctions bill “from hell” to punish Moscow for cyber crime and its activities in Syria, Ukraine and elsewhere.

More than a year ago, Congress passed a Russia sanctions bill however some lawmakers – including some Republicans as well as Democrats – were peeved at what they saw as the administration’s reluctance to implement it. Trump signed the bill only after Congress passed it with huge majorities.

It was in accordance with that law, that the U.S. Treasury imposed major sanctions against 24 Russians, striking at allies of Putin in one of Washington’s most aggressive moves to punish Moscow.

Trump’s decision coincides with intelligence agencies, as well as military and law enforcement set to defend the Nov. 6 congressional elections from predicted foreign attacks even as Trump mocks the special counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 elections.


Today, Emery is currently developing new devices and protocols to help facilitate a more ethical surgical diagnosis; this will stop the unnecessary medical treatments being used only as a cash flow and not for actual medical necessity. You will also find him publicly speaking about his experiences in hopes of further educating the public on the truth of these classified projects in an effort to spread awareness and potentially bring out the many suppressed technologies for the world’s benefit. In short, Emery is a scientist, inventor and a humanitarian looking to join forces with like minds to cure the planet of planeticide.

Report: Trump Administration Discussed Socialist Regime Overthrow with Venezuelan Military

South Korea: Kim Jong-Un Wants to Denuclearize During Trump’s First Term

 British Science Association: AI Greater Concern than Terrorism

Sophia, a humanoid robot, is the main attraction at a conference on artificial intelligence this week but her technology has raised concerns for future human jobs


A.I. is a bigger concern than terrorism or climate change, according to the new head of the British Science Association.

“Until maybe a couple of years ago had I been asked what is the most pressing and important conversation we should be having about our future, I might have said climate change or one of the other big challenges facing humanity, such as terrorism, antimicrobial resistance, the threat of pandemics or world poverty,” declared Professor Jim Al-Khalili during a briefing. “But today I am certain the most important conversation we should be having is about the future of AI. It will dominate what happens with all of these other issues for better or for worse.”

Dick Durbin Admits: Democrats Plotted to Disrupt Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Hearing

 A cultural tragedy’: Flames engulf the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro as dozens of firefighters battle to save priceless relics from the 200-year-old building

  • A massive fire raced through Brazil’s National Museum in Rio de Janeiro on Sunday night and Monday morning
  • The 200-year-old museum houses artefacts from Egypt, Greco-Roman art and the first fossils found in Brazil
  • There is no word yet of the possible cause, nor the extent of damage, but images show devastation
  • Brazil’s President, Michel Temer, described the destruction of the building as ‘incalculable’

A huge fire ravaged Brazil’s 200-year-old National Museum Sunday night, destroying most of its collection of 20 million historical items and invaluable artefacts.

Firefighters worked to put out the blaze at the esteemed National Museum in Rio de Janeiro overnight, which houses artifacts from Egypt, Greco-Roman art and some of the first fossils found in Brazil.

There is no word yet of the possible cause, nor the exact extent of damage, however a Roman fresco which survived Pompeii is believed to be among the items destroyed in the fire.

Images broadcast on Monday shows firefighters still working on putting out the flames inside the smoking shell of the building.

Incalculable damage: Firefighters were still working to put the fire out as the sun rose over Rio de Janeiro this morning

Incalculable damage: Firefighters were still working to put the fire out as the sun rose over Rio de Janeiro this morning

Trump Hits Canada Over Trade Talks

U.S. Shouldn’t Have to ‘Buy’ Allies with ‘Bad’ Deals

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Trump took aim at unfair trade practices in a series of tweets after the U.S. and Canada failed to reach Friday’s deadline to replace NAFTA.

Catholic Women to Pope Francis: ‘We Deserve Your Answers Now’

Cartel Gunmen Kill Mexican Journalist in Cancun — 13th in 2018

REVEALED: Chinese Govt. Killed and Imprisoned 18-20 CIA Spies After Penetrating Hillary Clinton’s Private Server

REVEALED: Chinese Govt. Killed and Imprisoned 18-20 CIA Spies After Penetrating Hillary Clinton’s Private Server


Jim Brown Backs Trump in 2020, Claims Support Will ‘Make Me Very Unpopular in the Black Community’

South Africa’s Julius Malema: Trump’s Right, We’re Coming for White Farmers

Blue State Blues: Donald Trump Is (Mostly) Right About South Africa

Emperor Xi Urges ‘Unity of Thinking,’ End to ‘Vulgar’ Internet in Propaganda Conference

China's President Xi Jinping takes his seat for the first closed session of the BRICS summit, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Thursday, July 26, 2018. The five leaders of the BRICS emerging economies have gathered in South Africa for an annual summit where the United States is being criticized for escalating …

Xi Jinping demanded his officials “reject the vulgar, the base and the kitsch” on the internet, government media reported Wednesday.

Russia Prepares For New Batch Of Stealth Fighter Jets

In a series of reports from the Russian News Agency TASS, Russia’s fifth-generation Su-57 stealth fighter jet could be entering service sometime in 2019. The aircraft has huge potential to modernize the Russian military for at least “fifty years,” exclaimeda senior Russian lawmaker, as it has proven its worth during the combat missions in Syria.

It is possible that Moscow will deploy these stealth fighters in the Eurasia region to ensure a geopolitical power shift away from Washington to defend the economic development projects currently underway.

Russia’s United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) President Yuri Slyusar told Deistvuyushchiye Litsa (Political Actors) program on the Rossiya-1 television channel that a major contract with the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation would be finalized by the end of summer for the first batch of Su-57 fighters.

“By the end of the summer, I think probably at the Patriot Park (in Moscow’s region, the venue for the 2018 Army forum on August 21-26 – TASS), we will sign contracts for the first batch with the defense ministry. Regular supplies will start next year”.

In a separate interview, Viktor Bondarev, chairman of the defense and security committee of Russia’s Federation Council upper parliament house, explained to TASS Sunday that the stealth jets had performed exceptionally well during its combat deployment in Syria.

Video: Russia Deploys Two Brand New Su-57 Stealth Fighters To Syria

“The Su-57 has successfully accomplished the first stage of state trials and proved all of its designated flight characteristics. It proved its worth not only on testing grounds but also in real combat operations,” Bondarev told TASS.

He said that Su-57 pilot prototypes were delivered to Russia’s Hmeymim airbase in Syria in the first half of the year for live fire testing.

The jet “has a huge potential for modernization that will be enough for fifty years,” he said, adding that the plane’s onboard radionics is built on the principles of open architecture.

“As a matter of fact, this fighter jet has everything necessary to be later developed into a fully automatic unmanned warplane,” Bondarev said.

“The Russian fifth-generation Su-57 fighter jet features stealth technology with the broad use of composite materials, is capable of maintaining supersonic cruising speed and is furnished with the most advanced onboard radio-electronic equipment, including a powerful onboard computer (the so-called electronic second pilot), the radar system spread across its body and some other innovations, in particular, armament placed inside its fuselage. The plane’s onboard control system is capable of following up to 60 targets and opening fire at 16 of them concurrently. These planes are expected to arrive for the troops in 2019. The pilot batch will comprise 12 Su-57 planes,” said TASS.

In the decades ahead, the reports did not mention what Russia wanted to defend with these advanced jets. However, it is becoming quite evident that they will be used as a new deterrence system against Washington’s advanced aircraft to protect and keep peace in the Eurasian region as the Belt and Road Initiative comes online and challenges America’s dollar system.

Wisconsin Bishop Decries ‘Homosexual Subculture Within the Hierarchy of the Catholic Church’

Putin Dances at Austrian Foreign Minister’s Wedding


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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced a new high-level team to focus US and international efforts to increase diplomatic and economic pressure on Iran ...

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New Mexico is progressing on its 20-mile border wall construction west of Santa Teresa, replacing old posts and rail barriers as part of President Donald Trump’s initiative to halt illegal immigration and drug trafficking.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) said more than 8,100 panels stretching over 11 miles were built as of Aug. 8, according to the Associated Press Friday.

“It’s going to be harder to get over, harder to get through, harder to get underneath,” Chief Patrol Agent Aaron Hull of the El Paso sector told the Albuquerque Journal on April 9. “It’s going to have a five-foot, anti-scaling plate at the top.”

The barrier will be as tall as 18 feet in some areas, depending on the location. The “wall of steel” was approved in 2017 and construction of the $73.3 million project began April 9, the Journal reported.

Environmentalists sued over the construction because they said the wall would block migration patterns of wildlife, the AP reported March 22. Mexican gray wolves, Aplomado falcons and kit foxes are among the wildlife creatures that inhabit the area.

DELINGPOLE: Finally, the Brexit Phoney War Is over; Britain’s Trump-Style Revolution Has Begun

Trump: “Deal with is Mexico Coming Along Nicely…Canada Must Wait.”

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President Donald Trump Friday confirmed rumors that the U.S. is nearing a trade deal with Mexico but is still far from reaching an agreement with Canada.

Pence outlines plan for new space force

Vice president portrays proposed military branch as a response to threats

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This article was published today at 3:55 a.m. Updated today at 3:55 a.m.


Vice President Mike Pence (center) walks Thursday with Deputy Secretary of Defense Pat Sha- nahan (left) and Secretary of Defense James Mattis before speaking at the Pentagon about the creation of a U.S. space force.

WASHINGTON — Pointing to growing threats and competition from Russia and China, the White House on Thursday announced ambitious plans to create the U.S. Space Force as a sixth, separate military war-fighting service by 2020.

The proposal taps into the American public’s long fascination with space but with a military focus, and it faces daunting hurdles. It requires congressional approval and has been met with skepticism from military leaders and experts who question the wisdom of creating an expensive, bureaucratic new service branch.

Vice President Mike Pence announced the new force during a Pentagon speech, fleshing out an idea that President Donald Trump has flagged in recent months as he vowed to ensure American dominance in space. Pence described space as a domain that was once peaceful and uncontested but has now become crowded and adversarial.

“Now the time has come to write the next great chapter in the history of our armed forces, to prepare for the next battlefield where America’s best and bravest will be called to deter and defeat a new generation of threats to our people, to our nation,” said Pence.

Trump marked Pence’s announcement with a tweet: “Space Force all the way!”

Pence portrayed the change as a response to foes’ potential aggression rather than any offensive U.S. military effort.

Citing Russia and China, he said that for years U.S. adversaries have “pursued weapons to jam, blind and disable our navigation and communication satellites via electronic attacks from the ground.”

“As their actions make clear, our adversaries have transformed space into a war-fighting domain already, and the United States will not shrink from this challenge,” he said.

In June, the president directed the Pentagon to create a “separate but equal” space force, a complicated and expensive move that could take years to gain Congress’ approval and become operational. On Thursday, Pence said the administration will work with Congress on the plan, and will outline a budget next year. The last time the U.S. created a new uniformed military service was in 1947, when the Air Force was organized after World War II. It joined the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard.

Defense Secretary James Mattis has endorsed steps to reorganize the military’s space war-fighting forces and create a new command, but has previously opposed forming an expensive new service. A new branch of the military would require layers of bureaucracy, military and civilian leaders, uniforms, equipment and an expansive support structure.

Deborah James, who served as Air Force secretary for the final three years of President Barack Obama’s administration, estimated it would be five to 10 years before a separate service would be fully formed.

The military’s role in space has been under scrutiny because the United States is increasingly reliant on orbiting satellites that are difficult to protect. Satellites provide communications, navigation, intelligence and other services vital to the military and the national economy.

U.S. intelligence agencies reported earlier this year that Russia and China were pursuing “nondestructive and destructive” anti-satellite weapons for use during a future war. And there are growing worries about cyberattacks that could target satellite technology, potentially leaving troops in combat without electronic communications or navigation abilities.

The Pentagon proposal delivered to Congress on Thursday lays out plans to consolidate U.S. war-fighting space forces and make organizational changes to boost the acquisition and development of technologies.

It says the department will establish a Space Command to develop war-fighting operations, a Space Development Agency to more quickly identify and develop new technologies, a Space Operations Force of leaders and fighters and a new support structure. In the second phase the Pentagon would combine all the components into the new sixth branch of service.

Information for this article was contributed by Sagar Meghani and Dan Elliott of The Associated Press.

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