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Former Secretary of Defense Esper Was Reportedly Involved with General Milley In Rogue Calls with China

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Skip to Comments By Joe Hoft President Trump was surrounded by treacherous and even perhaps treasonous monsters in his Administration.  His entire tenure was one big revolving coup.   According to  Mediaite : Defense Secretary  Mark Esper  reportedly took the lead in Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen.  Mark Milley’s  effort to comfort the Chinese government amid January’s unrest in Washington, D.C. A senior defense official confirmed the allegation, according to  Washington Post  columnist  Josh Rogin,  who  wrote  on Twitter on Wednesday, “Milley was absolutely not going rogue. Esper took the initiative on this in October. Esper asked his own policy folks to backchannel the message. Milley’s message followed Esper’s.” The word of Esper and Milley’s actions really come as no surprise.  Esper, after all, defied President Trump and refused to protect the President and the White House when it was under siege from BLM and Antifa communist groups a year ago. Milley called his su

What If China’s Economy Collapses?

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Skip to Comments By Gregory Copley What will be the global strategic impact of the economic  decline  or collapse of China in the next few years? Major investors have begun to question the viability of investment in China, after decades of championing investment there. China’s economic decline has been underway for more than a decade. Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader Xi Jinping recognizes this, and knows he has to manage the decline by suppressing those in China who have grown accustomed to wealth and freedom. A reversion to Maoist “internal circulation” economics is likely to be presented to the 20th CCP Party Congress in October 2022 as irreversible and necessary. Xi is already presenting himself as the only leader capable of managing the “controlled implosion” of China, and return to Maoist isolationism. He must portray himself as a robust leader who challenges the Party’s enemies. So what are the ramifications of the collapse or decline of  China’s economy ? This ha

School Principals Call on Federal Government to Allow Them ‘Ban Hostile Parents’

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Skip to Comments By GQ Pan The national organization of middle and  high school  leaders is urging the Biden administration to do more to protect its members from “threats and violence” by parents who disagree with  COVID-19  restrictions they put in place. In  a call for support , the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) on Thursday said its members have been faced with “hostile community members” because of their policies on “highly charged issues” involving  masks , quarantines, and vaccines. The organization cited the confrontation between Teresa M. Hill, the principal of Walden Grove High School in Arizona, and a group of people who wanted to discuss with her a student who was prohibited from returning to class after possibly being exposed to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. “One month ago, seven people refused to leave our campus demanding a quarantined student attend class. After a lockdown of the front office for three hours, we were fo

Adam Schiff Calls For Investigation Into Strike That Killed Afghan Civilians

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Skip to Comments By Carmine Sabia Joe Biden’s administration is taking fire now from its own side after conducting a strike that killed an innocent Afghan aid work and nine others, including seven children. California Democrat Rep. Adam Schiff has called for a full investigation into how such a tragic mistake could happen in a press release from the House Intelligence Committee. “We must take every precaution when it comes to protecting civilian lives, and hold ourselves accountable when we fail. While there is no overstating the chaotic and dangerous situation in Kabul following the fall of the Afghan government and the attack on our forces by ISIS-K, it is clear that the August 29 strike was a mistake with horrific consequences,” he said. “In acknowledging that error, the Department of Defense has taken the first step towards transparency and accountability. And after such a devastating failure – one that, by the Department’s estimate, killed 10 civilians, at least 7 of them c

Biden Administration Blames Delay in Restarting ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program on Mexico

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Skip to Comments By Zachary Stieber President  Joe Biden ’s administration has not returned a single illegal immigrant to Mexico under the Migrant Policy Protocols after being ordered to restart the program by the Supreme Court last month. U.S. government officials are in talks with officials in Mexico on rebooting the program but Mexico is so far resisting a formal resumption, court documents filed this week say. “Discussions with Mexico are ongoing and are proceeding in good faith, but, as of yet, Mexico has not yet agreed to accept returns under the Court-ordered restart of MPP,” Brian Ward, a lawyer at the U.S. Department of Justice, wrote in one filing. The forms were submitted to U.S. District Judge Matthew Joseph Kacsmaryk, a Trump nominee who  initially ordered  the Biden administration to restart the program, commonly known as “Remain in Mexico” or MPP. The Trump-era program centers around making many immigrants who seek asylum wait in Mexico while their claims are heard

Despite President Trump’s Orders, His White House Attorney Pat Cipollone Refused to Release Documents Showing DOJ and FBI Misconduct in the Russia Collusion Sham

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Skip to Comments By Joe Hoft White House Attorney Pat Cipollone was insubordinate and refused to release documents surrounding the FBI and DOJ’s misconduct in the Russia collusion sham even though President Trump ordered them released. The  Conservative Treehouse  reported the following: Last night, following the indictment release of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann, Newsmax’ Grant Stinchfield made a strong accusation against former White House counsel Pat Cipollone. The claim is that in the final days of the Trump Presidency, the President declassified all of the pertinent documents related to DOJ and FBI misconduct surrounding the false Trump-Russia collusion case. According to Stinchfield, speaking of ‘high level’ Trump administration sources, thousands of documents were declassified with instructions to release them to the public and also provide them to journalist John Solomon. The public release never took place; and Stinchfield as well as other Trump allies

Happy Birthday Air Force!

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Skip to Comments Air Force Birthday The official Air Force Birthday is recognized as September 18, 1947, which is the date of the passage of the National Security Act of 1947. That legislation created what would later become to known as the United States Department of Defense. This established the United States Air Force as a separate branch of military service. The 74th Air Force Day will be celebrated on Saturday, September 18, 2021. Before the creation of the Air Force, the military’s flying operations were handled by the U.S. Army on land and the Navy by sea. The history of this branch of service is an important part of the history of air power in the United States. Naturally, the Air Force birthday owes a great deal to Orville and Wilbur Wright who pioneered mechanized flight with their successful mission in 1903. But the Air Force also owes a great deal to Army pioneers who, roughly four years after the Wright Brothers’ triumph at Kitty Hawk, began experimenting with using

Maricopa County Cuts Deal to End Fight Over Arizona Senate Subpoena

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Skip to Comments By Bob Christie - Associated Press PHOENIX — Board members overseeing Arizona’s most populous county reached an agreement Friday evening with the Republican-controlled state  Senate  that will end a standoff over a  Senate  demand that they hand over computer routers for use in an unprecedented partisan election review. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors announced that a special master will take questions from the  Senate ’s election review contractors and provide them with information contained on the routers they say they need to finish the election review. Supervisor Bill Gates said the deal will protect sensitive information contained on the routers while avoiding a massive penalty the county faced if they had not complied. Gates called the deal “a win for transparency and it’s also a win for protecting sensitive data in Maricopa County.” Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich said in a decision last month that the county must comply with th