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Shall We Fight Them All?
by Pat Buchanan
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 Questions Grow Over Wasserman Schultz's 
 Connection to Arrested IT Employee 
Debbie Wasserman Schultz's IT guy Imran Awan was arrested last week over allegations of bank fraud. But that may be serving merely as a pretext for nailing him on a much bigger and more insidious crime. The details are still rather sketchy, but there are several issues that don't quite add up.
          First, why after the fraud allegations against members of the Awan family did Wasserman Schultz maintain his employment? Blackmail? Did Awan have dirt on Wasserman Schultz or the DNC? This is hardly an illegitimate question when one considers her strange demand that the Capitol Police return smashed hard drives collected from one of the Awans' properties because she claimed it to be her property.
          Second, why were the Awans paid so much for doing so little? Since 2009, the Awans have raked in $4 million for their IT "work."
          Third, why were they given access to government information without having received the required security clearances? With their close ties to Pakistan, it's highly unlikely that the Awans would have ever passed background checks, let alone been granted access to highly sensitive information. Tie in the Awans' various nefarious business dealings and one is left wondering if they aren't the Pakistani version of the Sopranos.
          Finally, why were Democrats and Wasserman Schultz in particular fine with having these crooks work for them? It's beginning to appear like there may be a big scandal hiding just under the surface of the DC swamp.  ~The Patriot Post
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FBI Director Wray Confirmed – Democrat
Deep State Plant, Tool Of The Coup
{rickwells.us} ~ The nominee for FBI Director to replace the “conspired and fired” criminal James Comey, Christopher Wray, was confirmed by the full Senate Tuesday by a vote of 92-5... In order to curry favor with Senate Democrats, notably Senator Dianne Feinstein, Wray essentially promised he would operate as if the FBI is a separate branch of government from the Executive Branch. He swore to Feinstein during his July confirmation hearings that rather than being under the executive branch, which they are, he would operate as if he reported to the Senate. Wray gave his loyalty pledge to Feinstein, vowing he would notify the Senate if he should happen to “witness or learn of any efforts to interfere with the work plot to overthrow the President of special counsel Mueller.” Wray testified, “I’ve worked closely with Director Mueller in my past government service. I view him as the consummate straight shooter and somebody I have enormous respect for. And I would be pleased to do what I can to support him in his mission.” That mission is to take down the President of the United States and Wray pledged, under the protection of a component of his confirmation, to assist in those efforts, with Senate protection and at their insistence... http://rickwells.us/fbi-director-wray-confirmed-democrat-deep-state...
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The War on Cars
{truthrevolt.org} ~ There is a war against cars in America. Regulators want Americans out of cars and onto trains, buses, and bicycles... Why? Because of what cars represent -- freedom. Automotive expert Lauren Fix ("The Car Coach") explains. We may be witnessing the death of America’s car culture. And it’s not dying of old age... http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/prager-u-war-cars
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Seth Rich Made Shock Delivery to
Natalia Veselnitskaya Before Death
by Benjamin Arie
{conservativetribune.com} ~ Questions over the death of Seth Rich continue to go unanswered… and now a new report could be the “smoking gun” that investigators have been looking for... According to Radar Online, an attorney and investigator named Jack Burkman has discovered that Seth Rich met with Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya shortly before he was killed. Burkman has been looking into the mysterious death of Rich for nearly a year, and alleges that the connection between the murdered staffer and Veselnitskaya was laid out to him by a current Democratic National Committee member... http://conservativetribune.com/seth-rich-made-shock-delivery/?utm_s...
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U.S. town bans residents from criticizing mosque
by Bob Unruh
{wnd.com} ~ A New Jersey township that was sued by Muslims for refusing to approve a massive mosque project is returning to court because of a settlement agreement that restricts speech regarding Islam... The settlement required the township to hold a public meeting about the mosque project, but it forbade anyone from commenting on “Islam” or “Muslims.” A key tenet of Shariah, the Muslim law that governs both personal and political life, bans any negative comments about Islam or Muslims. According to the Thomas More Law Center, which sued the township on behalf of two residents whose home is within 200 feet of the proposed mega-mosque, the settlement with Bernards Township “reads more like an instrument of surrender.”...http://www.wnd.com/2017/08/u-s-town-bans-residents-from-criticizing...
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Shall We Fight Them All?
by Pat Buchanan
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townhall.com} ~ Saturday, Kim Jong Un tested an ICBM of sufficient range to hit the U.S. mainland. He is now working on its accuracy, and a nuclear warhead small enough to fit atop that missile that can survive re-entry.

Unless we believe Kim is a suicidal madman, his goal seems clear. He wants what every nuclear power wants -- the ability to strike his enemy's homeland with horrific impact, in order to deter that enemy.

Kim wants his regime recognized and respected, and the U.S., which carpet-bombed the North from 1950-1953, out of Korea.

Where does this leave us? Says Cliff Kupchan of the Eurasia Group, "The U.S. is on the verge of a binary choice: either accept North Korea into the nuclear club or conduct a military strike that would entail enormous civilian casualties."

A time for truth. U.S. sanctions on North Korea, like those voted for by Congress last week, are not going to stop Kim from acquiring ICBMs. He is too close to the goal line.

And any pre-emptive strike on the North could trigger a counterattack on Seoul by massed artillery on the DMZ, leaving tens of thousands of South Koreans dead, alongside U.S. soldiers and their dependents.

We could be in an all-out war to the finish with the North, a war the American people do not want to fight.

Saturday, President Trump tweeted out his frustration over China's failure to pull our chestnuts out of the fire: "They do NOTHING for us with North Korea, just talk. We will no longer allow this to continue. China could easily solve this problem."

Sunday, U.S. B-1B bombers flew over Korea and the Pacific air commander Gen. Terrence J. O'Shaughnessy warned his units were ready to hit North Korea with "rapid, lethal, and overwhelming force."

Yet, also Sunday, Xi Jinping reviewed a huge parade of tanks, planes, troops and missiles as Chinese officials mocked Trump as a "greenhorn President" and "spoiled child" who is running a bluff against North Korea. Is he? We shall soon see.

According to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump vowed Monday he would take "all necessary measures" to protect U.S. allies. And U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley bristled, "The time for talk is over."

Are we headed for a military showdown and war with the North? The markets, hitting records again Monday, don't seem to think so.

But North Korea is not the only potential adversary with whom our relations are rapidly deteriorating.

After Congress voted overwhelmingly for new sanctions on Russia last week and Trump agreed to sign the bill that strips him of authority to lift the sanctions without Hill approval, Russia abandoned its hopes for a rapprochement with Trump's America. Sunday, Putin ordered U.S. embassy and consulate staff cut by 755 positions.

The Second Cold War, begun when we moved NATO to Russia's borders and helped dump over a pro-Russian regime in Kiev, is getting colder. Expect Moscow to reciprocate Congress' hostility when we ask for her assistance in Syria and with North Korea.

Last week's sanctions bill also hit Iran after it tested a rocket to put a satellite in orbit, though the nuclear deal forbids only the testing of ballistic missiles that can carry nuclear warheads. Defiant, Iranians say their missile tests will continue.

Recent days have also seen U.S. warships and Iranian patrol boats in close proximity, with the U.S. ships firing flares and warning shots. Our planes and ships have also, with increasingly frequency, come to close quarters with Russian and Chinese ships and planes in the Baltic and South China seas.

While wary of a war with North Korea, Washington seems to be salivating for a war with Iran. Indeed, Trump's threat to declare Iran in violation of the nuclear arms deal suggests a confrontation is coming.

One wonders: If Congress is hell-bent on confronting the evil that is Iran, why does it not cancel Iran's purchases and options to buy the 140 planes the mullahs have ordered from Boeing?

Why are we selling U.S. airliners to the "world's greatest state sponsor of terror"? Let Airbus take the blood money.

Apparently, U.S. wars in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia are insufficient to satiate our War Party. Now it wants us to lead the Sunnis of the Middle East in taking down the Shiites, who are dominant in Iran, Iraq, Syria and South Lebanon, and are a majority in Bahrain and the oil-producing regions of Saudi Arabia.

The U.S. military has its work cut out for it. President Trump may need those transgender troops.

Among the reasons Trump routed his Republican rivals in 2016 is that he seemed to share an American desire to look homeward.

Yet, today, our relations with China and Russia are as bad as they have been in decades, while there is open talk of war with Iran and North Korea.

Was this what America voted for, or is this what America voted against?

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