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North Korea blinks and defector reports

Kim Jong Un appeared to blink first Tuesday morning, with North Korean media reporting the dictator had delayed a decision about whether to fire missiles toward Guam – a pronouncement that came hours after a particularly stark warning from Defense Secretary James Mattis promised further escalation would mean “game on.”   Continue reading

Nefarious Ben Rhodes questioned

Feb. 2016 photo:  Ben Rhodes

Careful observers remember the role of Obama Regime National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes often appeared to be fabrication of fantasy delivered as fact without hesitation – bold face lying as it is called in most of America.

Now Rhodes has emerged as a person of interest in the House Intelligence Committee’s unmasking investigation – an alleged organized and directed lawless Obama Administration criminal collusion risking American security in an apparent political effort to elect Hillary Clinton. Continue reading

Venezuela in Civil War

Photo: Sky News

Reports from Sky News Chief Correspondent in Caracas Stuart Ramsay are stunning. Facts delivered in typical British dispassion document that civil war has begun in Venezuela.

Over 100 people have died and many more are missing. Brutal police tactics and extreme military action has only increased the determination and number of protesters.  International condemnation of the government’s plans to create a one-party dictatorship have been ignored – war is on.   Continue reading

Was DNC’s Seth Rich killed for Wikileaks?

Seth Rich and Julian Assange

In July of 2016 high level Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich was killed on the streets of Washington, D.C. Police investigators say that Rich was killed in a robbery, but skeptical investigative reporters began to look into the suspicious circumstances surrounding his murder almost immediately.  Continue reading

Late rally not enough for Roughnecks

The Tulsa Roughnecks FC faced Sacramento Republic on Saturday night in the hopes of getting their second win of the 2017 USL season but fell short by a goal.

After the two clubs battled to a scoreless tie in the first 45 minutes, Sacramento found the back of the Tulsa net behind goalkeeper Bryan Byars in the 49th minute when former TRFC forward Sammy Ochoa found a wide open Wilson Kneeshaw who used the outside part of his right foot to leave Byars with no chance as Sacramento took the 1-0 lead.   Continue reading