June 28, 2022

Huntington Beach Voters to Decide Fate of 2 Elected City Positions

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif.—Voters will decide in November whether to give the city council authority to sidestep the elected city attorney by hiring outside legal counsel. The city council voted for the ballot measure June 21, among a few others. Huntington Beach City Attorney Michael Gates told The Epoch Times this would give the city council…

Why Did the US Ruling Class Tie America’s Fate to the World’s Most Dangerous Regime

Fifty years ago this week, it was a Republican president who first opened relations with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger reasoned that establishing ties with China would weaken the Soviet Union—and help America. Half a century later, the Democrats have become the pro-China party…

Rosenstein’s Fate, Future of Mueller Probe Oversight Hang in Balance.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s tenure at the Justice Department (DOJ) may be coming to a close and with it his oversight of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation after a series of reports Monday. News of Rosenstein’s potentially imminent departure broke in an Axios report Monday morning that he had “verbally resigned” in a conversation […]

Breaking: Right After Endorsing Clinton, Obama Meets With Official Deciding Her Fate

Shortly after announcing his endorsement of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Thursday, President Obama met privately with Attorney General Loretta Lynch in the Oval Office. Lynch, as head of the Department of Justice, will ultimately decide whether to prosecute the former secretary of state for the alleged mishandling of classified information and political corruption […]

Senate passes ‘fast track’ trade deal, but fate uncertain in the House

“I’m committed to working with my colleagues in the House to get this across the finish line,” the bill’s chief Senate sponsor, Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said. (AP) After weeks of wrangling, Senate lawmakers approved legislation that would give President Obama “fast track” powers to negotiate international trade deals. The vote came after lawmakers defeated several […]

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