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Drudge ReportApr 13, 2024
Hardliner Republicans Fume After Speaker Kills FISA Amendment...




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Drudge ReportApr 13, 2024
Hope Hicks' hush-money testimony could be 'devastating' for Trump...




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Drudge ReportApr 13, 2024
Protests, Traffic, Crowds: Court Braces for Trial Like No Other...




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Hope Hicks' hush-money testimony could be 'devastating' for Trump...
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The Daily BeastApr 12, 2024
Trump Claims States Have Found ‘Very Beautiful Harmony' Amid Abortion Turmoil
Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesDonald Trump has called the widespread turmoil inflicted on states in the aftermath of overturning Roe v. Wade a "very, very beautiful harmony."

The former president made several statements on the issue during a press conference with House Speaker Mike Johnson on Friday, each more obscuring than the last.

The harmony Trump references seems at odds with his statement earlier this week that Arizona's state Supreme Court had made a mistake in not repealing a highly restrictive Civil War-era abortion ban. Even Trump agreed that the ban went too far.

Read more at The Daily Beast.



New York Times PoliticsApr 12, 2024
House Passes 2-Year FISA Surveillance Bill Extension Without Warrant Requirement
Speaker Mike Johnson scaled back the measure to two years from five after Donald J. Trump had urged Republicans to "kill" it. An effort to require warrants to search for Americans' messages failed on a tie.

Drudge ReportApr 12, 2024
Trump, Johnson meet at Mar-a-Lago as House swirls in turmoil...




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Drudge ReportApr 12, 2024
Harris visits Arizona after restrictive abortion ruling...




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Politics - U.S. HouseApr 12, 2024
Johnson Floats Voting on Senate Ukraine Bill, With Conservative Policies as Sweeteners
The Republican speaker has weighed bringing up a $95 billion Senate-passed bill to aid Ukraine and Israel in tandem with a separate package geared toward mollifying G.O.P. critics.

New York Times PoliticsApr 12, 2024
Pro-Palestinian Protesters Complicate Democrats' Ability to Campaign
Lisa Lerer, a political correspondent for The New York Times, explains how protests over the Biden administration's handling of the Israel-Hamas war are disrupting the activities of Democratic officials from city halls to Congress to the White House.

Yahoo PoliticsApr 12, 2024
Pro-Israel Republicans See What They Want To See In Trump's Skepticism Of Gaza War


New York Times PoliticsApr 12, 2024
What is FISA, and What Does It Mean for U.S. Surveillance and Spying?
Under Section 702, the government is empowered to collect, without a warrant, the messages of Americans communicating with targeted foreigners abroad.

Drudge ReportApr 12, 2024
6 in 10 Catholics in favor of abortion rights...




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Democracy NowApr 12, 2024
"Council of War": Walden Bello on Biden's Trilateral Summit with Philippines & Japan to Contain China
President Biden hosted Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. at the White House on Thursday, the first meeting of its kind, which comes as the U.S. moves to expand its military presence in the South China Sea to counter China. The Philippines has deepened military ties with both the United States and Japan in recent years as maritime confrontations with China have escalated. The trilateral summit at the White House resembled a "council of war," according to Filipino scholar Walden Bello. He says the U.S. is the primary driver of tensions with China, building up its military footprint in the region as Pentagon officials openly muse about war, while China has focused primarily on its economic reach. "This militarization of the Pacific is very dangerous," says Bello.

Democracy NowApr 08, 2024
"Killing People Around the Clock": Dr. Mustafa Barghouti & Muhammad Shehada on 6 Months of War on Gaza
Israel's war on Gaza hit the six-month mark on Sunday, a grim milestone. Over 33,100 Palestinians have been killed, including 14,000 children. Nearly 76,000 have been injured, and tens of thousands are missing. About 1.7 million people have been displaced, and the United Nations is warning that famine is imminent. Meanwhile, Palestinians are returning to Khan Younis after the Israeli military announced it had withdrawn its ground troops from the area four months after invading it, leaving Gaza's second-largest city almost unrecognizable, with much of it turned to rubble. Israel is also still vowing to invade Rafah, Gaza's southernmost city, which is sheltering more than half of Gaza's population. Speaking from Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian physician and politician Dr. Mustafa Barghouti says growing outrage against Israel, including among some Western leaders, is largely due to regular people who have been protesting in solidarity with Palestinians. "We have to thank the people of these countries," says Barghouti. We also speak with writer Muhammad Shehada, chief of communications at Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor and a columnist at The Forward. He says the last six months have exposed the Israeli military's "complete disregard for human life," with routine evidence of summary executions, torture and other crimes that rarely get reported in corporate Western media. "They're not even trying to hide it," says Shehada.

Democracy NowApr 02, 2024
Israel Kills 6 Int'l Aid Workers & Gazan Driver in Attack on Chef Andrés's World Central Kitchen Convoy
Israel is facing global condemnation after killing several international aid workers in Gaza. The workers with charity group World Central Kitchen were killed by an Israeli airstrike after unloading more than 100 tons of food aid carried by ship from Cyprus into Gaza. The charity staff, including three British nationals, an Australian, a Polish national and an American-Canadian dual citizen, and their Palestinian driver were struck while traveling in a clearly marked convoy branded with the charity's logo. World Central Kitchen said the attack occurred after the workers left a warehouse in Deir al-Balah, even though the charity had coordinated in advance about the convoy with the Israeli military. "Every single humanitarian aid worker … is already recognized by the Israeli army," says journalist Akram al-Satarri, reporting live from Rafah. "It's the full responsibility of the Israeli government now to clarify and … demystify the circumstances that led to that catastrophic incident." Al-Satarri also reports on Israel's move to ban the outlet Al Jazeera and on his experience living in Gaza right now, where food and medical supplies are scarce under Israel's strict blockade. "The famine is not looming. The famine is already taking place."
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