Continue Reading... DOJ Alumni Speak Out Against Political Interference
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DOJ Alumni Speak Out Against Political Interference

DOJ Alumni Speak Out Against Political Interference. See the letter thousands of Justice Department alumni have signed condemning the corruption of law enforcement here: https://protectdemocracy.org/update/1100-doj-alumni-condemn-abuse-of-power-and-call-for-new-leadership-at-justice/

Continue Reading... Thank You Senator Romney
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Thank You Senator Romney

This week, Senator Romney gave our nation hope with his sincere demonstration of faith in the face of an excruciating decision. He broke with his party on behalf of his…

Continue Reading... Alexander Vindman Deserves Better
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Alexander Vindman Deserves Better

Stand with Lt. Col. Vindman: https://www.ruleoflawrepublicans.com/stand-with-lt-col-alexander-vindman/ This is Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman. He received a Purple Heart when he was wounded in Iraq, and later served on the National Security…

Continue Reading... Roger Stone shouldn’t be above the law!
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Roger Stone shouldn’t be above the law!

Continue Reading... These Witnesses Must Testify
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These Witnesses Must Testify

Some Republican senators want to end impeachment without getting all the facts. That’s not how trials work in America. Tell your senators you expect to get the whole truth before…

Continue Reading... Senate Republicans: Bolton must testify
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Senate Republicans: Bolton must testify

Republicans in Congress were critical of witnesses without first-hand knowledge. John Bolton is a first-hand witness and is willing to testify. Sign our petition and send a message the the…

Continue Reading... Thank You, Mitt Romney
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Thank You, Mitt Romney

Show Sen. Romney that we have his back: https://www.ruleoflawrepublicans.com/thank-you-mitt/ Mitt Romney did something nearly unheard of these days: He’s putting his country above his party. He voted to convict President…

Continue Reading... Sen. Murkowski, John Bolton Must Testify
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Sen. Murkowski, John Bolton Must Testify

The Senate has the Constitutional responsibility to hold a fair impeachment trial, and without witnesses and evidence, there can be no trial. The Senate must call witnesses, respect the Constitution,…

Continue Reading... Sen. McSally, John Bolton Must Testify
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Sen. McSally, John Bolton Must Testify

The Senate has the Constitutional responsibility to hold a fair impeachment trial, and without witnesses and evidence, there can be no trial. The Senate must call witnesses, respect the Constitution,…

Continue Reading... Sen. Gardner, John Bolton Must Testify
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Sen. Gardner, John Bolton Must Testify

The Senate has the Constitutional responsibility to hold a fair impeachment trial, and without witnesses and evidence, there can be no trial. The Senate must call witnesses, respect the Constitution,…

Continue Reading... Bill Kristal on Morning Joe talking about President Pence
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Bill Kristal on Morning Joe talking about President Pence

Continue Reading... Sen. Romney, John Bolton Must Testify
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Sen. Romney, John Bolton Must Testify

The Senate has the Constitutional responsibility to hold a fair impeachment trial, and without witnesses and evidence, there can be no trial. The Senate must call witnesses, respect the Constitution,…

Continue Reading... Sen. Alexander, John Bolton Must Testify
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Sen. Alexander, John Bolton Must Testify

The Senate has the Constitutional responsibility to hold a fair impeachment trial, and without witnesses and evidence, there can be no trial. The Senate must call witnesses, respect the Constitution,…

Continue Reading... Singapore to Close Schools, Most Workplaces Amid Virus
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Singapore to Close Schools, Most Workplaces Amid Virus

Apr.03 — Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong addresses the nation on the new measures the government plans to introduce to contain the spread of the coronavirus. (Source: Prime Minister’s…

Continue Reading... ECB’s Rehn Calls for Europe-Wide Solution to Crisis
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ECB’s Rehn Calls for Europe-Wide Solution to Crisis

Apr.03 — Bank of Finland Governor Olli Rehn says Europe needs continent-wide fiscal action to combat the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The European Central Bank policy maker also expressed optimism that…

Continue Reading... China Defends Virus Response
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China Defends Virus Response

Apr.02 — Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokeswoman Hua Chunying defended China’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and criticized a U.S. intelligence report which had concluded that China concealed the extent…

Continue Reading... New York Has Six Days of Ventilators Left, Cuomo Says
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New York Has Six Days of Ventilators Left, Cuomo Says

Apr.03 — Ventilators are starting to run short in New York State. “At the current burn rate, we have six days of ventilators in our stockpile," Governor Andrew Cuomo said…

Continue Reading... EU Targets Self-Sufficiency for Health Safety Equipment
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EU Targets Self-Sufficiency for Health Safety Equipment

Apr.03 — Europe is targeting self-sufficiency for health safety gear such as masks in “the coming months,” European Union Internal Market Commissioner Thierry Breton said in an interview on "Bloomberg…

Continue Reading... EU Tech Chief ‘Not Concerned’ About Use of Palantir
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EU Tech Chief ‘Not Concerned’ About Use of Palantir

Apr.03 — The European Union’s technology chief Thierry Breton said he is “not concerned” about the use of data-mining software provided by Palantir Technologies Inc. and other U.S. software to…

Continue Reading... Brix: Michigan, Connecticut, Indiana Next ‘Hot Spots’
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Brix: Michigan, Connecticut, Indiana Next ‘Hot Spots’

Apr.02 — White House virus task-force coordinator Deborah Brix discusses where the next “hot spots” could be in the U.S. She speaks to reporters at a briefing at the White…

Continue Reading... ‘Balance of Power’ Full Show (04/02/2020)
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‘Balance of Power’ Full Show (04/02/2020)

Apr.02 — "Bloomberg: Balance of Power" looks at the global political response to the coronavirus. Vice President Mike Pence joins David Westin to discuss the administration’s latest efforts to combat…