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Judge Roy Moore tells Trump to go coitus himself

Roy Moore hits back at Trump in defiant interview
The controversial former judge says the president ‘doesn’t control Alabama voters, and he can win despite Trump’s opposition.

A defiant Roy Moore brushed aside Donald Trump’s warning not to run for Senate again, telling POLITICO on Wednesday that Alabama voters are capable of deciding for themselves whether he’s fit for office.

“The president doesn’t control who votes for the United States Senate in Alabama,” Moore said in a phone interview. “People in Alabama are smarter than that. They elect the senator from Alabama, not from Washington, D.C.”

Israel to have a do-over election in September

Israel’s parliament on Wednesday voted to dissolve a mere month after it was sworn in, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu failed to meet the midnight deadline to form a new government, triggering an unprecedented second national election this year.

After a raucous 12-hour debate, lawmakers voted 74 to 45 in favor of the Likud-drafted bill to dissolve the 21st Knesset and hold new elections on September 17.

The Likud, Yisrael Beytenu, United Torah Judaism, Shas and Union of Right-Wing Parties were joined by the two Arab-Israeli parties, Ra’am-Balad and Hadash-Ta’al in supporting the motion. —The Times of Israel

Mueller throws Trump under the bus

Backs up and drives over the body again.
“if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.”

Trump-Russia Investigation keeps going & going & going

The trial of longtime Trump associate Roger Stone begins on November 5th. Mr. Stone was indicted on one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering.

Another Indicted Republican

Yesterday it was punching your wife in the face for not getting undressed quickly enough to have sex.
Today its for trying to bribe their way into the Trump Administration via loans to Paul Manafort.

Will the conservative corruption ever cease?

“Bank CEO Stephen M. Calk Charged With Corruptly Soliciting A Presidential Administration Position In Exchange For Approving $16 Million In Loans”

“As alleged, Stephen M. Calk abused the power entrusted to him as the top official of a federally insured bank by approving millions of dollars in high-risk loans in an effort to secure a personal benefit, namely an appointment as Secretary of the Army or another similarly high-level position in the incoming presidential administration. Calk’s alleged attempt to obtain such an appointment was unsuccessful, and the loans he approved were ultimately downgraded by the bank’s primary regulator. Thanks to the outstanding work of the FBI and FDIC OIG, Calk’s alleged corrupt scheme has now resulted in a federal criminal charge.”

American Taliban released from prison

John Walker Lindh has now served 85% of his 20 year prison sentence and is being paroled. Reports are that Lindh is still a radical Islamic fundamentalist and he will be closely monitored while on parole.

Trump giveth, Trump taketh away

Trump’s tax cuts were nice for some taxpayers. The Federal Reserve today estimated that every American household will be paying an additional $831 a year in increased costs for purchases due to the Trump tariffs.
That cuts the average household’s tax saving in half.

Now thats something you dont see everyday

PBS Newshour tonight had a segment on a comedy team composed of two lesbian women who are married to each other, one is Israeli Jewish, the other is Palestinian Muslim.
One of their jokes: The Palestinian women: “When someone tells me ‘go back to your own country’ that is the greatest compliment. I say ‘thank you, so much,’ he thinks we have a country.”
Another joke: “I have to pass through several checkpoints, in our apartment.”

Another court defeat for Trump

Judge says Deutsche Bank, Capital One can give Trump financial records to House Democrats

Reps preferred to HARASS President Obama rather than work with him

During the Obama administration, Congressional Republicans used a strategy of never-ending investigations to counter the policy objectives of Barack Obama. Among the major investigations conducted by Republicans were:
Loans to the solar company Solyndra. The company collapsed after taking a $535 million federal loan guarantee, and Republicans noted that a campaign bundler for Obama was a key investor. The loan default prompted an investigation by the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Alleged political bias at the Internal Revenue Service. This controversy involved charges that IRS officials were unfairly targeting conservative groups for unusual scrutiny in applications to become a tax-exempt organization.
This attracted an investigation by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the Senate Finance Committee, and a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs subcommittee.

The Benghazi, Libya consulate terrorist attack in 2012, in which four Americans died, including the U.S. ambassador. The circumstances surrounding the attack were investigated by the Senate Intelligence Committee, the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, several House panels led by the House Intelligence Committee, and a specially created House Benghazi committee. In 2015, the specially created committee called Hillary Clinton -- who had been secretary of state during the attack and who was widely expected to run for president -- for a full day of televised testimony.

The "gun-walking" program known as Fast & Furious, in which the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, partly during Obama’s presidency ( but beginning in the George W. Bush presidency) allowed guns to be sold to Mexican nationals in the hopes of tracking down drug cartel leaders. The program was investigated jointly by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and the Senate Judiciary Committee.

The botched 2014 launch of the Affordable Care Act website, At first, the website was largely inoperable, though the government was eventually able to fix it. The rollout was the subject of hearings by the House Energy and Commerce Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, the Senate Finance Committee, the House Ways and Means Committee, and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.
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