Thursday, June 14, 2018

In the news, Thursday, May 31, 2018


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from AP
Associated Press - Media/News Company

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un complained of “U.S. hegemonism” to Russia’s visiting foreign minister on Thursday, as one of his top lieutenants was in New York trying to pave the way for a summit with President Donald Trump. Kim told Sergey Lavrov that he hopes to boost cooperation with Russia, which has remained largely on the sidelines in recent months as Kim has reached out diplomatically to the United States as well as to South Korea and China.

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from Conciliar Post

A critique of Liberty University’s cinematic production of, “The Trump Prophecy.” “The decision by Liberty to be involved in a film which bolsters such a misleading—and indeed, misled—figure like Mark Taylor is shameful.”

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from The Living Church
Magazine of The Living Church Foundation (Anglican)

THE TRINITY, ORTHODOXY, AND OUR COMMON STORY
The persons of the Trinity are not a doctrine circumventing our ability to wonder at the mystery of it all. They are the persons with whom we are ever in conversation, ever in relationship, and ever in love: This is the mystery of faith.

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from The Spokesman-Review
Newspaper in Spokane, Washington

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from Sputnik
RIGHT-CENTER BIAS, MIXED, Broadcasting & Media Production Company out of Moscow, Russia

Covert Lobbying: Spanish Senator Unveils Soros' Influence Network in Europe
Pedro Agramunt, a member of the Spanish People’s Party, said that there is a whole lobbyist system working within the PACE, which caters to the interests of George Soros.  Non-government organizations with unclear functions, human rights, claims of corruption and the crisis in Catalonia – Sputnik delves into a potential European scandal.

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from UPI News Agency - United Press International
upi.com

Robert Mueller's Russia probe cost nearly $17M in first year
Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election has cost nearly $17 million since he was appointed last May, according to a Justice Department report Thursday.

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