Date: July 13, 2018
Host: Jim Schneider
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The following is a partial list of stories Jim highlighted on this edition of the weekly ’round-up’.
–A federal grand jury has indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for allegedly
hacking e-mails from the Hillary Clinton campaign and Democratic Party during
the 2016 presidential election.
–Agent Peter Strzok testified publicly for the first time since being removed
from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team.
–NATO secretary agrees with President Trump on spending issues as the president
calls out NATO nations for the U.S. funding the major portion of NATO.
–The executive director of the open borders organization, ‘Muslim Advocates’,
is asking Senate Democrats and Republicans to stop President Trump’s nomination
of Brett Kavanaugh.
–Chuck Schumer believes Senate Democrats can successfully orchestrate the
rejection of Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.
–MSNBC host suggests that Supreme Court justices should rule based upon poll
–President Trump and his wife Melania joined Queen Elizabeth II in an official
greeting ceremony at Windsor Castle today.
–Protesters took to the streets regarding President Trump’s 3 day visit to
–The Trump administration announced a package of tariffs targeting Chinese
exports at roughly 200 billion dollars.
–A Chinese state run aircraft and missile manufacturer linked to military
programs and past espionage is attempting to purchase interest in major U.S.
–China will not get control of the port of Long Beach.
–Israel was ranked as the 8th most powerful nation in the world.
–Random House is dropping an Islamic book from a controversial German author.
–Capitol Hill lawmakers are renewing a years-long push to designate the
international Muslim Brotherhood organization as a terrorist organization due to
its support for terror organizations that threaten U.S. security interests
across the world.
–The first Arab-American is sworn in as the mayor of Paterson, New Jersey.
–Italy has witnessed a drop in new migrant arrivals in 2018.
–Biometric ticketing coming to Major League Baseball.
–The University of Kansas removed an American flag that was desecrated to protest
President Trump and his policy on border security.
–An Indiana church was evicted because of a sign that read, ‘LGBTQ is a hate
crime against God’.
–In order to gain acceptance within the LGBTQ community, pedophiles are now
rebranding themselves as M.A.P.’s (Minor Attracted Persons).