August 16, 2017

ARMY SHOOTS DOWN REP. CLARKE’S DEMANDS

 

 

Army shoots down demands to scrub Confederate names from Fort Hamilton
U.S. Rep. Yvette Clarke has vowed to keep fighting after the Army shot down a proposal to rename two streets honoring Confederate generals at New York City’s Fort Hamilton.
General Lee Ave. and Stonewall Jackson Drive at the Brooklyn base, named after Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson, represent “an inextricable part of our military history,” the Army wrote in response to Ms. Clarke, who received the letter over the weekend, the New York Daily News reported.

See this excellent article on historical revisionism.

 

EXCLUSIVE: BLISTERING INTERVIEW ON MCMASTER AND MATT DRUDGE

EXCLUSIVE: Former Trump Adviser Says He Will ‘Blow’ McMaster, Drudge ‘The F**k Out’ If Bannon Is Ousted
Sam Nunberg, a former political adviser to Donald Trump, warned Sunday of dire consequences for National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Matt Drudge if White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is pushed out of the West Wing.

 

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE DEMANDS 1.3 MILLION IP ADDRESSES

In what is shaping up to be a contentious battle over privacy rights and free speech, the Department of Justice has formally requested that web hosting firm ‘DreamHost’ turn over 1.3 million IP addresses and other information to ‘unmask‘ visitors to the anti-Trump Antifa website ‘disruptj20.org,’ as part of the investigation into crimes committed on and around January 20 by protesters.

 

SOUTHWESTERN US HEALTH ADVISORY: BUBONIC PLAGUE

BUBONIC PLAGUE FOUND ON ARIZONA FLEAS, LOCALS WARNED TO ‘TAKE PRECAUTIONS’
Fleas in Arizona have tested positive for the bubonic plague, prompting health officials to advise residents to “take precautions” to reduce their risk of becoming infected with the disease, which killed millions during the Middle Ages.

 

KIM JONG UN BACKS DOWN: RESERVES RIGHT TO DEFEND NK

Kim Jong Un Backs Down In Nuclear Showdown With Trump
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un decided Tuesday not to fire ballistic missiles at Guam, reserving the right to change his mind if “the Yankees persist in their extremely dangerous reckless actions,” according to North Korean state media.