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Before he arrived in Tel Aviv on Monday, many Israel supporters were angry at President Trump because of the disagreement with the advance team about the status of the Kotel being a part of Israel … more
When President Trump fired FBI director James Comey last week it was one of the most ineptly handled major announcement by a president in recent history. The way the firing was announced was nothing … more
On Shabbos, the Progressive Party in Norway, the smaller of two parties within the ruling government coalition (with 29 of 169 parliament seats), announced … more
On Saturday, Michael Blake, vice-chairman of the national Democrat Party and a state assemblymember from the Bronx, issued a threatening tweet against those who “keep coming” after … more
The Iran resistance group, National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), which was the first to reveal other secret elements of the Iran nuclear program, reported on Friday that the rogue regime has … more
After making sure that President Trump spent the first two months of his presidency without a full cabinet, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer searched for new ways to delay Judge Neil … more
After United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), published a report accusing Israel of being an “apartheid regime,” U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley … more
Rasmea Yousef Odeh is one of eight women running the “A Day Without Women” anti-Trump protest set for this Wednesday, March 8. Odeh is a woman who spent a decade in an Israeli jail for … more
President Trump said it over and over: The country is going to win so much that we are going to be sick and tired of winning. Last week, America received two positive jobs reports, one from ADP, … more
In the midst of the upheaval regarding President Trump’s travel pause, there was one Trump action that received little news coverage and what it did get was unfairly negative … more
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