Linda Sarsour leads protests
In a special feature by The Daily Caller, the inspiration behind the Women’s March on DC, Linda Sarsour, is accused of enabling the alleged sexual assault and harassment of a woman who worked for the feminist activist, according to the victim and two sources directly familiar with the matter.
Allegations of groping and unwanted touching were allegedly brought to Sarsour during her time as executive director of the Arab American Association. In response, Sarsour, a self-proclaimed champion of women, attacked the woman bringing the allegations, often threatening and body-shaming her, these sources alleged. Continue reading
FBI Officials, lovers and coconspirators Lisa Page & Peter Strozok
Updated Editorial: One text between FBI officials Lisa Page and Peter Strzok is clear evidence of conspiracy to commit treason. This arrogance of power by Clinton sycophants is beyond any crime in history. It is immoral and evil – treason planned within FBI offices, documented with the intent to destroy lawful Constitutional Governance in the United States of America. Continue reading
Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir at the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), in Kuwait City, Kuwait, December 5, 2017. REUTERS/Assad Hani
Reuters reported out of Paris today that Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister is cautiously optimistic about the Trump Administration getting a peace deal done between Israelis and Palestinians.
They note the decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the US Embassy there has angered Palestinians.
However, Trump’s adviser and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, is leading efforts to restart negotiations. Continue reading
County Commissioners voted Monday to purchase the Community Care Building at 218 W. 6th Street. Officials have been in discussions and negotiations with the owner, Ascension, for several months.
After due diligence and study, county officials and Ascension agreed to a $11.5 million sale price with a donation of furniture, fixtures and equipment from Ascension. Continue reading
Circa.com is reporting that clever scientists at Northrop Grumman found an unexpected use for the new F-35 fighter: taking down a North Korean ballistic missile. For all the F-35’s early problems and significant costs, it does have an impressive new sensor suite that researchers believe could help quickly track missiles. Continue reading