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We answer the question: “Will MEALS on WHEELS be eliminated under Trump’s budget cuts?”
According to Reuters, online donations to the national Meals on Wheels America network, which delivers low-cost or free meals to the elderly in their homes, have spiked since President Trump’s proposed budget revealed that the organization could be indirectly impacted. It is important to note that the Meals on Wheels program is NOT being eliminated. Social media is on fire with claims to the contrary. Fact is, there is no mention of it in Trump’s new budget blueprint.
House Intelligence chairman: 'No evidence of collusion' between Trump camp, Russia
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) on Sunday said he's seen no evidence of collusion between President Trump's campaign and Russia.
The Trump Administration is taking the next step to follow through on perhaps its most controversial campaign promise, the construction of a “big beautiful” wall along the southern border, as U.S. Customs and Border Protection has posted bid guidelines for contractors looking to submit proposals for the multi-billion dollar project.
How many others within the alternative media have been targeted?
According to investigative journalist Jerome Corsi reporting for Infowars, law enforcement sources out of Arizona have provided a database containing the “individual records of U.S. citizens under National Security Agency (NSA) electronic surveillance in the years 2004 through 2010,” thus proving once and for all that Donald J. Trump was, in fact, under surveillance during Barack Obama’s tenure as President. But the bombshell report doesn’t stop there. As it turns out Infowars founder and popular radio talk show host Alex Jones was also under surveillance in Texas.
Rhetoric has recently trumped reality. It has become a misconceived bit of common “knowledge” that the United States of America is a bastion of free trade. Little could be further from the truth. Contrary to the popular myth, the US often imposes many crippling regulations in its international trade practices. We need more trade, not less.
A 40-year 'conspiracy' at the VA
The Department of Veterans Affairs built perhaps the most important medical computer system in history. Now it’s about to spend billions to throw it away.
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Kansas Governor Backs Down From 10th Amendment Fight
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Backs Down From 10th Amendment Fight, has written a letter to President Trump asking for a pardon, States Rights vs. Federal Law.
US President Trump has come up with yet another description of President Putin, calling him a "tough cookie" when asked to describe a number of acquaintances in just one word.
Emmanuel Macron said he preferred being called a populist rather than a demagogue if populism meant speaking to people in a comprehensible way.
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker told the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag he is confident that Turkey won't ditch its migrant agreement with the EU, and suggested that the Turkish government is not representative of Turks living in Europe.
Muslim Brotherhood (NAIT) Directly Confronts President of the United States
In response to President Trump’s second Executive Order designed to keep individuals from hostile nations from entering the United States, the Attorney General of Hawaii announced he will file suit against the Trump administration. The plaintiff listed in Hawaii’s lawsuit is Dr. Ismail Elshikh, the Imam of the Muslim Association of Hawaii, a Muslim Brotherhood organization, which means the Muslim Brotherhood is directly confronting the President of the United States and challenging his authority. The address of the Muslim Association of Hawaii is 1935 Aleo Place, Honolulu, Hawaii. The property records for Honolulu reveal this property is owned by the North American Islamic Trust (NAIT) – the bank for the Muslim Brotherhood in North America.
Restart of Alcoa smelter still on the table in PUD contract talks
Alcoa has asked for more time to decide the future of its mothballed Wenatchee Works facility as it faces a $67 million payment to the Chelan County PUD.