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October 15, 2019

Oct 15 21:29

‘Show of force’: US jets & helicopters threaten Turkish-backed fighters who came VERY CLOSE to American troops in Syria

Earlier today the Russian Air Force scared Turkish F-16's away from an attempted bombing of a Syrian armored column. Tonight the USAF and US army put on a show of force and scared Turkish forces away from our guys. I like this!

US fighter jets and gunship helicopters were sent to scare off Turkish-backed militants in northern Syria after they came “very close” to US troops at Ain Issa, the Pentagon said. Washington has also sent a complaint to Ankara.
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A senior US official told reporters the following about the proxy force Turkey is relying on as part of its Syria invasion: "They could have used Turkish regular troops,...Instead they decided to use these thugs & bandits & pirates that should be wiped off the face of the earth"

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Oct 15 19:00

Dem candidates mostly turn a blind eye to Israeli atrocities and Palestinian rights

On the critical issue of Israel/Palestine, Democratic presidential hopefuls reveal a strong pro-Israel leaning that does not match the sentiments of a huge swath of Democratic voters. If voters who support justice and human rights don’t speak up, we’re likely to get another leader who bows to Israel.


Oct 15 18:53

Jubilation! - TTG

If this works,Putin and Trump and Assad should get the Nobel Peace Prize.

Damascus is on her way in achieving her ultimate goal of regaining control over all her territory and achieving peace thanks to VV Putin and the welcome and necessary assistance of DJ Trump. There’s no other way to put it. Elijah Magnier has summarized the current situation in a series of tweets this afternoon. If his summary is accurate, it is indeed good news.

Oct 15 18:41

How Israel-Based Prophetic Futurism Breeds Mass Misinterpretation Of Bible Prophecy

This message was preached by Pastor Chuck Baldwin on Sunday, October 13, 2019, during the service at Liberty Fellowship.

Oct 15 18:38

Lying New York Times Claims That Terrorist Cave Base Was Actually Hospital Bombed By Russia!

Russian Ministry of Defense commented on the article in the New York Times about alleged bombings of Syrian hospitals by the Russian Air Force. Major General Igor Konashenkov denied these allegations.


Oct 15 18:32

Locals Receiving SAA Units Coming to Protect them in Tal Tamr, Hasakah

After years of living under NATO terrorists of ISIS, Nusra Front, FSA, and SDF, this is how the locals received the advancing Syrian Arab Army units in the town of Tal Tamr, Hasakah province, northeast Syria, video report by Lebanese Al-Mayadeen News channel from Tal Tamr:

Oct 15 18:28

Infanticide is not a crime after failed abortion: California AG in baby parts case

SAN FRANCISCO, California, October 11 (LifeSiteNews) — Closing arguments filed by the California attorney general for the criminal preliminary hearing of pro-life journalists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt signal the state considers that infanticide is not a crime in the context of abortion, says one of Daleiden’s lawyers.

“The abortion paradigm is changing,” says Tom Brejcha of the Thomas More Society.

For abortion advocates, birth has been “the defining landmark,” he told LifeSiteNews. “One moment the fetus is zero, the next moment it’s a person in the eyes of the law, entitled to due process and constitutional protection. Yet they blur that line here.”

Oct 15 18:13

Detroit Teacher Told by Administrators To Remove “Columbus Was A Murderer” Sweatshirt

By John Vibes

A fifth-grade teacher from a Detroit area school was reprimanded and told to change her clothes because she was wearing a sweatshirt that said, “Columbus was a murderer,” on Columbus Day. Emma Howland-Bolton says she wore the shirt to class because she wanted to spark a discussion about the true history of the holiday.

Emma says that school administrators at Clipper Multicultural Magnet Honors Academy told her that she needed to remove the shirt because she was not allowed to express a political opinion.

“I was informed that my shirt was my opinion and I countered with it is a fact,” she told ABC7...

Oct 15 18:12

Olympic gold medallist runner Caster Semenya DOES have an advantage over other female athletes because of her high testosterone levels, study claims

Now a study has confirmed testosterone increases young women’s running ability dramatically.

It boosts endurance, muscles and leanness - even though their weight remains the same, say scientists.

Oct 15 18:10

Worsening drug shortages are causing patients to be admitted to hospital because they can't get vital medications pills to prevent seizures and anaphylaxis

Worsening drug shortages have caused some patients to be admitted to hospital, a major survey has revealed.

One in four pharmacists said their patients have come to harm because they could not get vital medication, a poll by the Pharmacists' Defence Association (PDA) found.

Some chemists told the pharmacy union that people with epilepsy have suffered seizures because of a shortage of anti-epileptic drugs.

Another patient was admitted to hospital with anaphylactic shock because shortages meant they were not able to get epipens to keep at home.

The survey of 1,000 pharmacists also found that some patients are having to go without potentially life-saving stroke prevention pills.

Oct 15 18:08

Now trans and gay hate crime will mean SIX months in jail after judges are ordered to crack down with harsher sentences than those that are given for domestic burglaries

Judges have been ordered to hand out tough jail terms in a crackdown on transgender and homophobic hate crimes.

Offenders found guilty of stirring up hatred on the grounds of sexuality should get at least six months in prison, new sentencing guidelines state.

And there should be a six-year jail sentence for those convicted of the worst cases of intolerance against gay or transgender people.

The instructions, released yesterday by the judge-led Sentencing Council – the statutory body that recommends punishment levels – mean transgender hate offences will receive harsher sentences than domestic burglaries.


Oct 15 17:59

Swedish child climate activist reportedly a tool of Al Gore–linked corporate green hucksters

By Monica Showalter
Kids are great tools for big money and major powers lurking in the shadows, attempting to enact a political agenda. The latest instance, and it's a doozy, is young Greta Thunberg, the Swedish child climate activist who's coming to the states (with a big carbon footprint, according to today's piece by Thomas Lifson) to persuade us all to jump in on the global warming cavalcade of green laws to restrict our own freedoms — which, as it happens, will just coincidentally make the green elites even richer.

Oct 15 17:53

Forest fires in Homs, Lattakia and Tartous decimate Syrian environment

While everyone is focused on the dramatic events in north-eastern Syria, other areas of Syria are burning. Forest fires in Homs, Lattakia and Tartous are raging across much of the farmland and vast olive and fruit tree groves. This is a disaster for the smallholders who rely upon the yield from these trees for survival and warmth in the soon-to-be-here winter.

These fires are being fought and extinguished by the SYRIAN Civil Defence, the REAL one, the Syrian Civil Defence and Fire Brigades that were established in 1953. These brigades have been the quiet heroes in this 8 year proxy war waged against the Syrian people by the western imperialist alliance.


Oct 15 17:49

104 Fires In 24 Hours, Lebanon Is Burning

By Fatima Al Mahmoud

Heartbreaking.

Massive wildfires have erupted in Lebanon, swallowing everything in their way.

Forests, homes, schools, universities, roads, and more have been completely engulfed in the flames, leaving little behind.

Oct 15 17:46

The Gulf Attempts to Save Face as The Dominoes of War Fall in Yemen

Today, after a difficult period of aggression on Yemen, we see dominos of aggression falling day after day, and the geopolitical volatility of the Gulf, increasingly in the field of air warfare.

Oct 15 17:42

FLASHBACK: What we saw in Syria goes against everything we read in the United States

What I have been seeing online the last few days proves the point of this 3 year old article. Syrians are turning out by the thousands to greet their Syrian Army Forces. Reminds me of the people in France greeting the American Military in WW2 as they liberated France from the NAZI's!

“When you go to Syria, which I did last month, the popularity of the government and the Syrian Arab Army is rampant. It's not out of some dream fantasy. It comes obviously from the government and the army being the only thing between living a secular life on the one hand and the hatred and violence of ISIS and the various other terrorist groups underwritten by the terrorist Saudis and US and their allies on the other.

Oct 15 17:35

California is just in a race to the bottom it seems. Just one disastrous move after another.



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Oct 15 16:53

Update- Army units complete deployment in Manbej, enter new villages in Hasaka countryside

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Aleppo, SANA – Syrian Arab Army units completed their deployment in the city of Manbej and its surroundings in Aleppo province’s northeastern countryside, where they were welcomed by the locals.

Oct 15 16:30

One Rocket Provoked the US Withdrawal: Details of the Kurdish-Russian-Syrian Deal

The killing of any US soldier in Syria would effectively have been a nail in the coffin of the US President Donald Trump’s electoral campaign in 2020. France and Britain, who maintain Special Forces in NES, will follow the US forces out of Syria.

The Syrian forces were given orders to deploy in NES following a deal between Russia and Turkey, and between Russia and the Syrian officials, to guarantee the safety of the separatist Syrian Kurds.

The Russian-Kurdish deal consists of the deployment of the Syrian army on all borders with Turkey and the return of all sources of energy (gas and oil) to the Syrian government-controlled forces.

A US withdrawal from the al-Tanaf border crossing between Iraq and Syria is also expected when a solution is found for the 64,000 refugees at the Rukhba camp.


Oct 15 16:21

135 House Republicans co-sponsor resolution to censure Schiff over 'parody' reading of Trump-Zelensky call

A motion to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif., for his “parody” reading of President Trump’s July phone call with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky during a hearing last month is gaining steam with House Republicans, as Fox News has learned 135 lawmakers have now signed on as co-sponsors.

Oct 15 16:17

Drudge Drops Trump Impeachment Headlines

Drudge has dropped his weeks of Trump impeachment headlines for the NBA/China Affair. Check it out! The Impeachment Coup has lost traction.

Oct 15 16:02

Syrian Army enters strategic city in Al-Raqqa with heavy equipment: video

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – A Syrian Arab Army (SAA) convoy was filmed heading to the Al-Raqqa city of Al-Tabaqa this week after reaching an agreement with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

Oct 15 15:59

Alexa, warn our guests that you're eavesdropping on them: Google chief says people should warn visitors of smart speakers in their homes

One of Google’s top bosses says people should warn their guests if they have smart speakers operating in their home.

Voice assistants – such as the Google Home and Amazon Echo devices – work by listening to what is being said around them and responding when addressed.

Asked whether homeowners should make visitors aware that technology could be eavesdropping on them, Rick Osterloh, senior vice-president of devices at Google, said: ‘Gosh, I haven’t thought about this before in quite this way.’

He told the BBC: ‘I would and do when someone enters into my home, and it’s probably something that the products themselves should try to indicate.

'We have to consider all stakeholders that might be in proximity.’


Oct 15 15:55

Top drug distributors 'to pay $18billion to settle opioid lawsuits'

Top drug distributors are in discussions to pay $18billion to settle opioid lawsuits, according to reports.

McKesson Corp., AmerisourceBergen Corp. and Cardinal Health Inc. would pay the money back over 18 years under the proposed deal, sources told The Wall Street Journal.

The litigation was brought by state and local governments who blamed the companies for fueling the opioid crisis.

Johnson & Johnson is also thought to be part of talks to contribute more to the settlements.

Oct 15 15:47

NHS chief says that GP surgeries should send MMR jab reminders to parents by text message and scour records for unvaccinated patients

Duncan Selbie calls on family doctors to go through the 'painstaking task' of searching their records to hunt for unvaccinated patients.

Families which have slipped through the net should be called or sent text reminders inviting them to the surgery, he says.

Mr Selbie, chief executive of Public Health England, also calls on the NHS to offer more vaccination clinics outside normal working hours.


Oct 15 12:18

Schiff Says Congress May Not Need To Interview Whistleblower After All

Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday that the House Intelligence Committee might not need to interview the CIA analyst who filed a whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump, a reversal for the Democrat, who has come under fire for failing to disclose the whistleblower’s contacts with his office.

Schiff acknowledged he initially supported the whistleblower testifying about the Aug. 12 complaint, which centered on a July 25 phone call Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

“Given that we already have the call record, we don’t need the whistleblower who wasn’t on the call to tell us what took place during the call, we have the best evidence of that,” Schiff said on “Face the Nation.” “It may not be necessary to take steps that might reveal the whistleblower’s identity to do that, and we’re going to make sure we protect that whistleblower.”

Oct 15 12:17

Schiff: Public Has No Right To Observe Impeachment Inquiry...Then Kicks GOP Lawmaker Out 

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) says that the public shouldn't be allowed to observe hearings in the ongoing impeachment inquiry, as doing so may allow Republicans to then "fabricate testimony" (and totally not because their case is falling apart).

Oct 15 12:15

Erdogan Holding 50 US Tactical Nukes 'Hostage' As Trump Authorizes Sanctions

Amid all the media and pundit outrage since Turkey's President Erdogan launched his so-called 'Operation Peace Spring' into northeast Syria last week, vowing to wipe out Syrian Kurdish forces who've long held the border areas, what's been largely missing is acknowledgement of the uncomfortable fact that NATO ally Turkey has long hosted a major portion of America's nuclear Cold War-era arsenal stored across Europe.

And as Erdogan threatens to "open the doors and send 3.6 million migrants" to Europe while under increased international criticism for the rapidly rising civilian death toll in Syria, The New York Times reports the following bombshell Monday: some 50 US tactical nukes are "now essentially Erdogan’s hostages".

Oct 15 12:14

Secret trials, secret witnesses, secret proceedings… “impeachment” nothing but a deep state kangaroo court like you’d see in a Third World country

It’s now obvious that Democrats and their allies in the propaganda media are engaged in a full-court press to get President Donald Trump impeached and thrown out of office before a series of damning reports and, we hope, indictments involving the Obama-era “Spygate” coup attempt.


Oct 15 12:12

Boeing’s top executive relinquishes chairman title in wake of 737 MAX crisis

Boeing’s board of directors on Friday removed its top executive from the chairmanship position in the wake of the 737 MAX safety crisis, the company announced Friday evening.

Dennis Muilenburg will continue to lead the company as chief executive officer, president and a director. David Calhoun, currently the independent lead director, was elected by the board to serve as its non-executive chairman.

The board made the decision to separate the CEO and chairman positions in order to allow Muilenburg to focus on day-to-day operations, particularly the task of returning the 737 MAX airliner to commercial service, according to a Boeing statement.

Oct 15 12:11

Saudis Take Control of Yemen’s Aden Under New Power-Sharing Deal

In a step toward implementing a power-sharing deal meant to end fighting in South Yemen between government and separatist forces, Saudi Arabia has temporarily taken control of the port of Aden, the de facto capital of the south.

The deal intends for the Saudis to take the city just long enough to help establish a neutral force with militias from the various sides to police and defend the area. At that point, the Saudis are meant to withdraw, as have the UAE forces.

Under the deal, the UAE-backed separatists, the Southern Transitional Council, are intended to get some additional representation in the Saudi-backed government. Exact terms have yet to be announced.

Oct 15 12:10

DC’s Atlantic Council raked in funding from Hunter Biden’s corruption-stained employer while courting his VP father

The shady arrangement between the Atlantic Council and Burisma – the gas company at the center of the ‘Ukrainegate’ scandal – is just one dubious deal out of many at a DC think tank that has become a clearinghouse for legal corruption.

Oct 15 12:09

Meet the Black, Transgender Cinderella’s Godmother You’ve All Been Waiting For

Who’s really clamoring to see a black, transgender fairy godmother on cinema screens? Certainly the liberal media. But do audiences really care for woke remakes of childhood classics?



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Oct 15 12:07

Ecuadorian Government Withdraws IMF Decree After 11 Days of Protests and State Repression

President Lenin Moreno's government withdrew the neoliberal program which had sparked the massive protests. Indigenous groups remain wary, though, in case the government implements new austerity measures.

Oct 15 11:19

PART 1: CNN Insider Blows Whistle on Network President Jeff Zucker’s Personal Vendetta Against POTUS

A brave CNN insider came to Project Veritas to expose anti-Trump bias at the cable giant. Cary Poarch, who works at CNN’s Washington D.C. Bureau, tells Project Veritas “I decided to wear a hidden camera…to expose the bias running rampant” at the network. Poarch documented CNN’s bias for months; recording undercover footage of numerous long-term employees, some of which talk about Jeff Zucker’s anti-Trump agenda. In the video are Nick Neville, Christian Sierra, Hiram Gonzalez, David Chalian, and Mike Brevna. These employee’s positions range from media coordinator to high-ranking executives. I decided to secretly record the 9:00am rundown call meetings with senior management and executives, says Poarch. In the recordings, Zucker details his expectations for CNN’s coverage and very matter-of-factly states “impeachment is the story.”

Oct 15 11:18

Part 2: CNN Leadership and Staffers Reveal True Sentiments; Network Picks Favorites Among Democratic Candidates on Eve of Debate

On Monday, October 14, 2019 Project Veritas released Part 1 of a series of recordings provided by a brave CNN Insider who blew the whistle on rampant bias at the network. The story, with substantial social media attention and cable news coverage, to include a tweet from President Trump, provides video footage highlighting the personal vendetta of CNN President Jeff Zucker against POTUS, as well as evidence of bias across the network. CNN Insider Cary Poarch further detailed his concerns against the network on national television last night.

In Part 2 of our #ExposeCNN series, Poarch exposes candid opinions and unguarded comments from various employees and executives including CNN President Jeff Zucker, CNN Vice President and Political Director David Chalian, and CNN Media Coordinator Christian Sierra.

Oct 15 11:16

WeWork Could Run Out Of Cash By Next Month, Seeks Immediate Bailout

Investment banks behind WeWork are panicking as it seems a bailout of the company could be imminent, reported Financial Times.

Sources told FT that "fundraising efforts" are currently underway as the company's cash is about to be depleted.

We noted last month that the company lost $690 million in the first six months of the year and is expected to generate a loss from operations approaching $3 billion as it burns through tens of millions in cash daily. Analyst estimate that the company could run out of money by mid-2020.

Oct 15 11:15

Trump Suspects a Spiteful John Bolton Is Behind Some of the Ukraine Leaks

The former national security adviser—who departed the administration last month on awful, mutually bitter terms—is working on a book about his time serving Trump, and has “a lot to dish,

Oct 15 11:14

US Special Forces In Syria 'Mistakenly' Bombed By Turkey

Turkey has now given Trump every reason to unleash the newly authorized sanctions, as Newsweek reports that American special forces troops have come under Turkish fire.

According to the breaking exclusive: "A contingent of U.S. Special Forces has been caught up in Turkish shelling against U.S.-backed Kurdish positions in northern Syria." It was "apparently by mistake," the report adds.

Oct 15 11:13

TRANS RIGHTS AND STATE-SPONSORED SEXUAL ASSAULT: HOW DEMOCRATS WANT TO STRIP YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL FREEDOMS

As a panel of Democrats fell over each other to pander for the rainbow vote at CNN’s LGBTQ town hall, conservatives raged at the inclusion of transgender children, but not at the Dems’ plans to shred the Bill of Rights.

Broadcast live from Los Angeles on Thursday, CNN’s LGBTQ town hall saw nine Democratic presidential candidates take questions from the network’s journalist and from a hand-picked crowd of “LGBTQ stakeholders and members of civic organizations.”

It went exactly as you think it would have. Every candidate promised to pass the Equality Act, a bill that would amend the Civil Rights Act to “prohibit discrimination on the basis of the sex, sexual orientation, gender identity…or sex-based stereotypes,” and reverse certain acts of the Donald Trump administration, like its “ban” on transgender troops in the military.

Oct 15 11:11

Libra Is Dead: eBay, Stripe, Visa And MasterCard All Abandon Facebook's Cryptocurrency

One week after we reported that Facebook's Libra stablecoin project, Libra, was imploding, as online payment giant PayPal quite the Libra network, we can now set the time of death to today - that's when first eBay, then Stripe and finally Mastercard all abandoned Mark Zuckerberg's pet "cryptocurrency" (which was anything but) project.

As the FT reports, Ebay and Stripe became the second and third major companies in a week to drop out of Facebook’s planned cryptocurrency, following sustained political pressure and just days before the project’s backers are due to meet for their first board meeting, which may soon be empty.

"We highly respect the vision of the Libra Association; however, eBay has made the decision to not move forward as a founding member. At this time, we are focused on rolling out eBay’s managed payments experience for our customers" a company spokesperson said in a statement to the Financial Times.

Oct 15 11:11

California adopts nation's broadest gun seizure laws

California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signed 15 gun-related bills into law Friday, tightening the state's already-stringent Second Amendment restrictions.

One of the bills, which expands a so-called "red flag" law to allow co-workers, employers and educators to seek gun violence restraining orders against firearms owners they fear are a danger to themselves and others, was vetoed twice by Newsom's predecessor, Jerry Brown.

Oct 15 11:09

Rep. Matt Gaetz Kicked Out of Impeachment Inquiry Hearing: ‘What Are Democrats So Afraid Of?’

The Democrat chairman of the House intelligence panel pursuing the impeachment probe booted Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) out of a private interview Monday with the top former U.S. National Security Council expert on Russia, Fiona Hill.
Irked by the move, Gaetz, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, told reporters, “It’s not like I’m on [the House panel on] agriculture,” Gaetz said. “What are the Democrats so afraid of?”

The Florida Republican added:

I appeared just to participate, just to observe as a member of Congress, as a member of the Judiciary Committee… Why is [House Intelligence Committee Chairman] Adam Schiff [D-CA] trying to run a kangaroo court? Why is he continuing to limit access to evidence, limit access even from members of Congress?

Oct 15 11:08

Fusion GPS’s Glenn Simpson Reveals He Was Hired to Investigate Trump in “Fall of 2015” – Claims Memos From Steele Dossier Made Their Way ‘Directly to Obama’

Fusion GPS co-founder Glenn Simpson revealed in a new book titled, “Crime in Progress” which is set to be released next month that he was first hired to investigate Donald Trump “in the fall of 2015.”

Simpson also claims that memos from the Christopher Steele dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton and her camp made its way directly “to President Obama.”

Oct 15 11:07

Michael Bloomberg reconsidering run for president

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is reportedly weighing a run for the Democratic presidential nomination after previously ruling it out.

Bloomberg has recently told associates that in light of Joe Biden suddenly being neck-and-neck in the polls against liberal Elizabeth Warren, he is reconsidering jumping into the crowded primary field, according to CNBC.

The 77-year-old billionaire has said he is “still looking at” a presidential run, but those close to him say that the only way he would enter the race would be if Biden continues to falter and leaves the race before or during the early primaries.

Oct 15 11:06

Hunter Biden Admits He Would Not Have Been on Burisma Board Except for His Father’s Position as Vice President (VIDEO)

During the conversation Hunter Biden admits he would not have been on the Burisma Board except for his father’s position. But Hunter does not regret being on the board. Then he attacked President Trump or Rudy Giuliani.

Oct 15 10:49

TRUMP COULD BE IMPEACHED BASED ON THE TESTIMONY OF A PARADE OF “WHISTLEBLOWERS” THAT DON’T EVEN TESTIFY IN PERSON

This “impeachment inquiry” is becoming more shady with each passing day.

Nancy Pelosi won’t even take a vote in the House to officially approve this “impeachment inquiry” because she is convinced that such a vote is not needed. But as White House Counsel Pat Cipollone has aptly noted, the lack of a vote “violates fundamental fairness and constitutionally mandated due process”. And now we are learning that the original whistleblower is asking if he can “submit testimony in writing instead of appearing in person”, which would likely mean that we may never found out the identify of this individual. So we could potentially be facing a scenario in which the House of Representatives actually impeaches the president of the United States based on “testimony” from an anonymous source that they never actually get to see face to face.

Oct 15 10:47

Hunter Biden Releases Statement – Will Step Down from Chinese-Backed Private Equity Firm – But Will Keep his Money

Joe Biden’s multi-millionaire son Hunter Biden stepped down from his Chinese-backed private equity firm that had $1.5 billion from Chinese.
Hunter made the deal during a trip to China with his father on Air Force II.
This comes after President Trump brought attention to the Biden Crime Family scandals.

Oct 15 10:46

'Treasury is ready to go': Trump says sanctions for Turkey may be coming

President Trump said that there is a “great consensus” among Republicans and Democrats in Congress over sanctioning Turkey after its incursion against the Kurds in northern Syria.

Trump said in a Sunday tweet that he has been in contact with South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is highly critical of Trump’s decision to move troops out of northern Syria. Graham has called for Congress to sanction Turkey and suspend its membership in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization over attacks against the Kurdish people, whom the United States considers allies.

Oct 15 10:45

STUNNING: Hunter Biden Was a Paid Consultant to MBNA Starting at Age 31 — As Joe Biden Pushed Legislation to Promote Credit Card Industry

Hunter Biden was paid an undisclosed amount of money as a consultant by MBNA as his father pushed legislation to help the credit card industry.

Oct 15 10:44

President Trump Threatens To Sue Pelosi, Schiff Over Impeachment

President Trump is saying he’s willing to sue House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Intelligence Committee chairman Adam Schiff over the impeachment inquiry. In a speech Saturday, he said his administration would “look into” suing the top Democrats leading the inquiry.

Democrats launched the impeachment inquiry after a whistleblower spoke out about the president’s call with the Ukrainian president. He has been accused of pressuring the foreign government to investigate Joe Biden, one of his political opponents in the upcoming election. President Trump has refuted these accusations and has called the inquiry a “witch hunt.”

During his speech, the president remarked on Pelosi’s flip flopping views regarding impeachment and suggested suing both her and Schiff.

Oct 15 10:42

In 2020 campaign fight, Biden backers worry about being outgunned by Trump

The former vice president is the only Democrat currently fighting a two-front war: one against the other contenders seeking his party’s nomination and a second, more brutal one against Republican President Donald Trump.

Some of his top backers worry Biden will lack the resources he needs for a sustained conflict. Biden has struggled with online fundraising and, unlike past Democrats, refuses donations from lobbyists and is not supported by a well-funded political action committee, known as a Super PAC.

When it comes to combating Trump, Biden is bringing “a knife to a gunfight,” said John Morgan, a Florida trial lawyer and a leading fundraiser for Biden.

Oct 15 10:41

Windows 10 Start menu problems: We'll fix them in late October, says Microsoft

Microsoft says it will fix a lingering broken Start menu problem that's been affecting Windows 10 users over the past few weeks.

Oct 15 10:36

Syrian troops enter three towns after deal with Kurds

Syrian army troops have entered the towns of Tabqah, Ain Issa and Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria after Damascus reached an agreement with Kurds in the region to deploy troops in the area, state media report.

The deployment to Tabqah near Raqqah on Monday restores the state's foothold in an area that is home to a major hydroelectric dam.

The state television, in broadcasts from Ain Issa, showed residents welcoming the entry of the army troops.

Tel Tamer is 35 km southeast of Ras al-Ain which is currently under the control of Turkish troops. It is on a strategically important highway, the M4, that runs east to west. Turkish forces said they had seized the highway on Sunday.

Oct 15 09:03

Neo-Ottoman Turkey’s ‘String of Pearls’

Since 2015, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been pushing for Syrian “safe zones” and “buffer zones” for humanitarian purposes. However, with the current media focus on the bombardment of Kurds amid the Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria, what remains submerged beneath the murky waters of Mideast politics may be Turkey’s back-door strategy to reclaim former Ottoman territories.

Oct 15 08:59

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – OCTOBER 15, 2019: SYRIAN ARMY TAKING CONTROL OF KEY POSITIONS IN SDF-HELD AREA

On October 14, units of the Syrian Army started entering areas controlled by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in northeastern Syria.

The terms and conditions of the deal made by the SDF and Damascus are yet to be revealed, but government troops already deployed in Tabqah, Tabqah Airport, Tabqah Dam, Ayn Issa and Tal Tamir, and in the Manbij area. Syrian Army troops also moved towards the border town of Kobani. However, the situation there remains unclear. According to pro-Kurdish sources, US troops deployed there have attempted to prevent Syrian troops from entering the town by blocking the Qaraqozak bridge.

Turkey reacted to the Damascus-SDF deal by increasing its military efforts against the SDF around Tell Abyad and Ras al-Ain. Furthermore, Turkish-led forces launched an advance towards Ain Assa and Manbij, where they clashes with detachments of the Syrian Army.

Oct 15 08:56

Municipalities Going Bust Everywhere

Oct 15 08:44

TO THINK OR TO WORK? THAT IS THE QUESTION

In this new age of rapidly advancing technologies that are automating “low-skill” jobs, many parents are understandably concerned that their children’s schooling will fail to prepare them to survive in a hi-tech future where the economy is driven by computers. However, parents should be skeptical of hyped-up “career pathways” curriculums that train students in hi-tech skills prescribed for job placement in the fields of “Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics” (STEM).

Oct 15 08:36

The Biggest Problem For The Aramco IPO

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