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  1. Blasting Rogue Regimes, Trump Pushes UN to Take Action

    In his speech at the United Nations General Assembly this week, President Donald Trump took aim at a number of “rogue regimes” and called for international cooperation to rein them in. Perhaps most dramatically, Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea if the communist dictator there did not settle down. Specifically, the president suggested that the UN dictators club, which has been crucial to empowering and sustaining the mass-murdering regime, should play a role in solving the crisis. Other regimes that faced fierce criticism from Trump included those ruling Iran, Cuba, and Venezuela.

  2. Three Priorities to Guide Tax Reform

    Congress is finally tackling the tax code, which is good news because reform is badly needed. Our outdated code is complicated by thousands of credits, deductions and exemptions to individual and corporate interests — and it imposes high rates that inhibit economic growth. However, as we've seen with the failed efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, getting a consensus among Republican members is easier said than done. It should boil down to three priorities.


  3. Surveillance of Manafort Supports Trump's Wiretapping Claims

    When Donald Trump tweeted his accusation in March that former President Obama’s administration had wiretapped his communications and those of his close associates, the liberal establishment attacked Trump, claiming he was making wild accusations without any basis in truth. It is now clear that Trump was on the right track, and the liberal establishment was — as usual — out in left field. Because now, even CNN is reporting that the Obama administration “wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman” Paul Manafort.

  4. Manafort Offered to Give Russian Billionaire “Private Briefings” on 2016 Campaign

    Former Trump presidential campaign manager Paul Manafort sent an e-mail July 7, 2016 intended for Russian aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska, offering to provide private briefings on the presidential race.

  5. S&P Downgrades China's Credit Rating

    Thanks to “diminished financial stability,” S&P Global Ratings downgraded China’s credit rating for the first time since 1999.

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