• Pope Francis Demands ‘Global Governance’ to Combat Climate Change

    Pope Francis has called for ‘global governance’ to combat climate change, declaring “the nation state cannot be considered an absolute.”

    During an address to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, the Pope attacked “growing nationalism that neglects the common good” and urged for more globalism worldwide.

    “The nation state cannot be considered as an absolute, as an island with respect to the surrounding context,” the Pontiff said, adding, “The nation state is no longer able to procure the common good of its populations alone.”

    Summit.news reports: Pope Francis said that a “special authority legally and concordantly constituted” was necessary to facilitate the implementation of new climate change policies.

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  • Confirmed: James Comey Was A Communist Before Joining FBI

    In an unearthed 2003 interview with New York Magazine, James Comey, who would go on to helm the FBI a decade later, admitted on the record that he was a Communist before he joined the Bureau.

    McCarthy warned the United States about the long term Communist plan to infiltrate and destroy America from within, and it is now clear that they almost managed to pull off their audacious heist.

    The bombshell news means that it is now confirmed the heads of Obama’s FBI and CIA, Comey and John Brennan, were both Communists during the Cold War, yet somehow climbed the ranks within the same US intelligence community that had spent decades fighting that very ideology.

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  • Norco, CA: City Steals Fines Elderly Man $60,000 For Having A Cluttered Yard – Then Steals His Home

    Norco, CA — Ron Mugar never committed a crime, never harmed anyone, yet he’s found himself in the middle of a government-sponsored thievery ring designed to separate citizens from their money. Now, Mugar is currently facing an uphill battle against thieving bureaucrats in his city who are attempting to rob him through immoral and unconstitutional legislation.

    Because the city of Norco, California assumes the right to tell people what they can and can’t have on their own property, Mugar was targeted by predatory bureaucrats over minor ‘code violations.’ According to the city, Mugar had too much stuff in his yard. The city claimed this stuff was an imminent danger to the community and so they went after him.

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  • Four in 10 Americans Say Socialism Is A Good Thing

    Americans today are more closely divided than they were earlier in the last century when asked whether some form of socialism would be a good or bad thing for the country, Gallup’s report. While 51% of U.S. adults say socialism would be a bad thing for the country, 43% believe it would be a good thing. Those results contrast with a 1942 Roper/Fortune survey that found 40% describing socialism as a bad thing, 25% a good thing and 34% not having an opinion.

    Previous Gallup research shows that Americans’ definition of socialism has changed over the years, with nearly one in four now associating the concept with social equality and 17% associating it with the more classical definition of having some degree of government control over the means of production.

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  • FBI Withheld ‘Game-Changer’ Evidence During Russia Probe

    Trey Gowdy dropped a bombshell during an interview with Fox News Sunday night, claiming the FBI withheld “potential game-changer” evidence from the FISA court during the early stages of the Russia probe.

    The former House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman says he has seen unreleased transcripts between former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos and an FBI informant — and says they must be made public immediately.

    Theblaze.com reports: Now that Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation, Attorney General William Barr has indicated that he will investigate whether government officials “put their thumb on the scale” during the Russia investigation, particularly in its early stages.

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  • How Cory Booker’s $5 Million Grifting Ended His Presidential Bid 6 Years Ago

    In 2010, Mayor Cory Booker and Mark Zuckerberg were sitting across from Oprah while the Facebook boss announced a $100 million donation to Newark’s failing public schools. When the two men next met up, in a prominent forum, Senator Booker was questioning Zuckerberg about Facebook’s role in racism. The $100 million had long since vanished. So had the friendship between Zuckerberg and Booker.

    And the money is drying up too.

    Beto O’Rourke was able to raise $6.1 million within 24 hours of his campaign launch while Booker struggled to make $5 in his first fundraising quarter. Once upon a time, Booker owned Silicon Valley.

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  • The War on History Comes for George Washington

    They finally came for George Washington.

    The perpetual war on history now has the father of our country in its sights as the San Francisco Board of Education considers removing a mural of Washington from a local school.

    If the board succeeds in politicizing Washington, whose legacy was once so secured and uniting that his home at Mount Vernon was considered neutral ground during the Civil War, then we have clearly crossed the Rubicon of social division.

    Critics of the mural point out that, in addition to Washington, it also depicts slaves and Native Americans—and one of the Native Americans appears to be dead.… Read More...

  • Heritage Foundation Blueprint Would Balance Budget While Cutting Taxes

    Balancing the budget while reducing taxes and prioritizing national defense are the main goals in a blueprint for smarter government spending released Monday by The Heritage Foundation.

    The think tank’s new “Blueprint for Balance” “lays out an agenda both for our long-term governing vision [and] what our conservative policy priorities [are] that we want lawmakers to champion,” Romina Boccia, director of Heritage’s Grover M. Hermann Center for the Federal Budget, said during a roundtable with reporters to introduce the plan.

    “Overall,” Boccia said, the blueprint specifies “what Republicans especially should be pushing for in the spending bills in order to realize conservative policy priorities and reduce spending in accordance with our values.”

    The Budget Control Act, passed in 2011, sought to curb government spending and control the growth of government programs, capping discretionary spending at $1.07 trillion for fiscal year 2018.… Read More...

  • Congressman: Americans Will Be “Astonished” At FBI Probe Transcript

    This is the very definition of coup – multi-agency treason.

    REP. MEADOWS: AMERICANS WILL BE ‘ASTONISHED’ BY FBI PROBE TRANSCRIPT

    By Sandy Fitzgerald, Newsmax,   May 20, 2019:

    When President Donald Trump declassifies transcripts from the FBI’s surveillance of his campaign, Americans will be “astonished” to see that the FBI knew early on through its spying on former campaign aide George Papadopoulos, that there was no collusion with Russia, Rep. Mark Meadows said Monday, while agreeing with former Rep. Trey Gowdy that the FBI is withholding information.

    “He is a serious chairman,” the North Carolina Republican told Fox News” “Fox and Friends” about Gowdy.

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  • This Congresswoman Has a Warning for High Schoolers About Socialism

    Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, R-Wash., is taking a leading role Tuesday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s passage in the U.S. House on May 21, 1919. The Daily Signal recently spoke to her about a range of issues affecting her constituents, including the disconnect between the people in Washington state and Washington, D.C. Plus, she speaks about her efforts to reach out to the next generation, why she values every human life, and how the booming economy is helping small businesses in her state. The interview is available on our podcast, video, and the a lightly edited transcript below.… Read More...

  • Ocasio-Cortez: “Growing Cauliflower in Community Gardens is ‘Colonial'”

    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said in an instagram video that growing cauliflower in community gardens is part of the “colonial” attitudes.

    “What I love too is growing plants that are culturally familiar to the community. It’s so important,” she said.

    “So that’s really how you do it right. That is such a core component of the Green New Deal is having all of these projects make sense in a cultural context, and it’s an area that we get the most pushback on because people say, ‘Why do you need to do that? That’s too hard.’”

    “But when you really think about it — when someone says that it’s ‘too hard’ to do a green space that grows Yucca instead of, I don’t know, cauliflower or something — what you’re doing is you’re taking a colonial approach to environmentalism,” Ocasio-Cortez said.

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  • Gillibrand Vows to Release Illegals Claiming Asylum into US Communities

    Democratic 2020 hopeful Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand has vowed to release illegal immigrants into American communities as long as they are “claiming asylum.”

    During an interview on CBS’s Face The Nation, Sen. Gillibrand promised that if she becomes President she would end the detention of all border crossers and illegal aliens. Instead, she would release every foreign national arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border into American communities if they are claiming asylum.

    Gillibrand also revealed that she would assign those seeking asylum with legal aid.

    “As president of the United States, I would not fund any for-profit prisons, I would not lock up these families,” Gillibrand declared.

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  • Collusion Narrative Unravels As Transcripts Reveal Lack of Evidence To Obtain A FISA

    President Trump is nearing the end of a three-year battle over now disproven allegations of Russia collusion. Rep. Doug Collins released new transcripts Monday night. Investigative reporter Sara A. Carter pointed to Trisha Anderson’s testimony. According to Carter, Anderson was an FBI lawyer who worked in the area of national security who worked directly with James Baker and Lisa Page.

    “She talks about Bruce Ohr in the 302s, she talks about the fact that she basically signed off on the first FISA warrant on Carter Page,” Carter explained Monday to Sean Hannity.

    Further, Carter said she believes exculpatory evidence regarding information on Carter Page and George Papadopolous were withheld from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court by FBI officials.

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  • Alabama Public Television Bans ‘Arthur’ Same-Sex Marriage Episode

    Alabama Public Television (APT) decided not to air an “Arthur” episode depicting same-sex marriage because officials believed it would violate parents’ trust.

    The animated children’s TV show launched its 22nd season with “Mr. Ratburn and the Special Someone” on May 13, where  Arthur’s third-grade teacher Mr. Ratburn gets married to a male character in the episode.

    APT Director of Programming Mike McKenzie along with others at the organization decided not to air the episode after watching it. McKenzie added that PBS warned of “possible viewer concerns about the content of the program” in mid-April, NBC News reported.

    “The vast majority of parents will not have heard about the content, whether they agree with it or not,” McKenzie said, according to AL.com.… Read More...

  • California Considers Spending Billions on Health Care for Illegal Immigrants

    California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan for government-funded health care for illegal immigrants is frugal compared to proposals by other Democratic leaders in his state.

    Newsom, the progressive first-term governor of California and ardent opponent of the Trump administration, wants to offer free health care services to low-income illegal migrants between the ages of 19 and 25. The plan is estimated to cost the state $98 million a year to operate.

    “Young people feel the crunch of the cost crisis acutely—from high rents and student debt. Health care shouldn’t be one more worry,” Newsom said in a press release. “We are helping young adults when they come off their parents’ plan and assisting those who may not be able to join onto a parents’ insurance policy.”

    Despite the nearly $100 million annual price tag, Newsom’s plan appears conservative when contrasted with the options being touted in the California state capitol.… Read More...