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This Week in the World Affairs Brief:

THE WAR AGAINST FREE THOUGHT

We are in the midst of a full scale war on free thought and free choice of association. The demands of the LGBT activists and Obama to mandate full transgender access to the bathing/toilet/shower/changing room of their choice, despite the privacy violations to others is just the foot in the door. Cultural radicals in this country will settle for nothing less than letting gays and sexual deviants run roughshod over everyone else’s rights and muzzle all opposing voices under penalty of evil law. Donald Trump is no champion of Western, Christian culture or the principles of law, but because he is not completely controlled by the establishment, they are scared to death of his becoming president. Nothing is more telling than his list presented this week of potential Supreme Court nominees—all conservative and labeled as “anti-gay” and “anti-women’s (false) right to an abortion.” You can request a one-time free sample of the briefs by sending an email to editor@worldaffairsbrief.com.

Also:
  • House Rejects Women Draft Proposal
  • How Does Clinton Earn $6.4 Million?
  • Bogus Claims over ICE Agent Suicide

Just A Sneak Peak...


Daily News

State Dept. watchdog: Clinton violated email rules

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
The State Department inspector general concluded that Hillary Clinton did not comply with the agency's policies on records, according to a report released to lawmakers on Wednesday that also revealed Clinton expressing reluctance about an official email account and hacking attempts on her private server. [So where are the criminal charges?] — Politico

Japan PM protests Okinawa crime to Obama, who promises cooperation

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe protested to U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday about the killing of a young woman in Okinawa which has reignited resentment of the heavy U.S. military presence on the southern Japanese island. Obama, joining Abe ahead of a Group of Seven summit, expressed regrets over the killing for which a U.S. base worker has been charged. [Tensions with Japan threaten to close the base, the closest point of US power projection against China in a future war scenario.] — Reuters

Protesters assault Trump supporter in wheelchair

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
[Police officers sat idly by as rioters threw water bottles and water at Trump supporters entering rally.] ..."They just assaulted us!" the man yelled at the officer who seemed completely indifferent. "We didn't do anything," his companion told the officer before they continued into the rally. — The American Mirror

Yantis family supporters urge public to contact Idaho attorney general

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
Protesters marched in Council in solidarity with the family of Jack Yantis, a rancher who was shot to death by deputies in November. The organizers said they hoped to see the deputies involved go to prison and to see a new candidate run for sheriff. [Jack was shot by deputies while attempting to shoot his wounded cow, that had been hit by a vehicle.] — Idaho Statesman

These Venezuelans are tired of protesting. Instead, they're choosing to leave.

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
President Nicolás Maduro blames the El Niño climate effect for a drought that has starved the hydroelectric power supply. And the economic troubles? He claims it’s the result of foreign (namely US) interference as well as the country's business elite attempting to "sabotage the country". His critics contend that the outages and shortages are just another sign of the government's incompetence and economic mismanagement. [No, it is the years of Socialist rule promising benefits to everyone that is always, ultimately, unsustainable,and what drags a country down, even with rich resources.] —Global Post

'We want food!': Venezuela crisis deepens

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
...She had been in the street protesting, but had to take a break to line up and wait to buy bread. Unlike Teran and Diaz, Lopez described herself as a former partisan of the socialist "revolution" started by late leader Hugo Chavez and continued by Maduro. "Here in Guarenas there were revolutionary supporters. But now the people no longer want revolution -- what they want is food," she said. — Global Post

Spain's debt now worth more than value of the economy

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
Bank of Spain figures show that the country's public debt is now worth more than the value of the economy. The bank said Wednesday that Spain's public debt stockpile stood at 1.09 trillion euros ($1.23 trillion) in the first quarter of the year. That represents 101 percent of the country's annual GDP - 1.08 trillion euros - in 2015. — CNBC

Senator Rand Paul to back bill blocking FBI hacking expansion

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
Kentucky Senator Rand Paul plans to become the first Republican co-sponsor of legislation to block a pending judicial rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for remote access to computers located in any jurisdiction, his office told Reuters on Thursday. [Rand Paul says this rule change could allow not only wider use of a warrant but use on multiple computers, allowing one warrant to be used to hack into many computers, including ones not suspected of wrongdoing.] — Reuters

Russia's FSB chief says terrorist attack may be behind EgyptAir flight crash

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 25 2016
MINSK, May 19. /TASS/. The EgyptAir Flight MS804 may have crashed as a result of a terrorist attack, director of Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) Alexander Bortnikov said on Thursday. — TASS

Venezuela Readies for 'State of Internal Commotion' Ahead of Civilian Unrest

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
As opposition to Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro intensifies, the country is now preparing for the biggest military exercises in its history this Saturday – an opportunity to flex its military muscle ahead of possible violent street protests spurred by civilian unrest. Maduro, who is facing a recall referendum, has warned that he may declare a "state of internal commotion" if a coup occurs, according to the Latin America Herald Tribune. The state of internal commotion would allow the government to bypass normal legislative procedures in order to impose stricter security measures. — ABC News

Donald Trump goes after Hillary Clinton on guns

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
..."We're not going to let that happen," Trump said. "We're going to preserve it, we're going to cherish it." Clinton, who swiftly rebutted Trump's remarks, has called for universal background checks and stricter controls on firearms, but has never called for the abolition of the 2nd Amendment. In fact, on her website, she calls gun ownership "part of the fabric of many law-abiding communities." [Trump's right she would do all she could to undermine gun rights.] — CNN

Okla. governor vetoes bill to make performing abortions a felony

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Friday vetoed a bill that would ban virtually all abortions in her state, in a surprising move. The strongly anti-abortion governor, who has been floated as a possible running mate for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, announced Friday afternoon that she would reject the bill because it was "vague and would not withstand a criminal constitutional legal challenge." ...Fallin had remained mum about the bill since Thursday, when it was approved by a party-line vote in the Oklahoma Senate. She had until next Wednesday to sign or veto the bill. [Why did she remain silent about the problems with the bill if she favors this kind of legislation? She should have voiced her reservations early enough to get the bill written right.] — The Hill

Russia urges joint strikes on Syria rebels but U.S. reacts coolly

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
Russia has proposed to the U.S.-led coalition that they stage joint air strikes on Syrian rebels, including militant Islamist group Nusra Front, who are not observing a ceasefire, but the United States responded coolly on Friday. — Reuters

Tran-Speak, Exclusion, no Science: How Obama's Pro-Transgender Rules Impact K-12 Teenagers

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
President Barack Obama's aggressive new federal transgender rules require 55 million K-12 kids and teachers to speak in a new government-approved dialect, to ignore what science says about sex, and to comply with privacy-violating orders whenever even one teen in their school claims to have a "gender identity" problem. — Breitbart

House Lawmakers Strike Amendment Requiring Women to Register for Draft

posted by askousen - Friday, May 20 2016
The House Rules Committee on Monday struck an amendment to an annual defense bill that would have required women to register for the military draft. — Washington Free Beacon

APD Gets Approval to Manufacture Crack Cocaine for Buy-Bust Operation

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
An affidavit obtained by Burque Media from a confidential source spells out plans by the Albuquerque Police Department to go after low-level drug users in a reverse buy-bust operation. In a reverse buy-bust, undercover agents sell drugs to citizens, and then arrest them for possession. Part of that operation involves APD manufacturing crack cocaine from powdered cocaine. Section 10 of the 12-section "Affidavit and Motion to Release Evidence," dated February 25, 2016, states: "Powdered cocaine may be taken to APD's Criminalistics Unit to be made into crack cocaine." — Burque Media

Trump identifies 11 potential Supreme Court nominees

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
...Trump's list includes: Steven Colloton of Iowa, Allison Eid of Colorado, Raymond Gruender of Missouri, Thomas Hardiman of Pennsylvania, Raymond Kethledge of Michigan, Joan Larsen of Michigan, Thomas Lee of Utah, William Pryor of Alabama, David Stras of Minnesota, Diane Sykes of Wisconsin and Don Willett of Texas. [Who we need is Judge Andrew Napolitano] — Reuters

'Career killer': Obama's new overtime expansion under fire

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
[Salaried workers paid less than $47,500 must now be compensated time and a half for overtime.]...Business groups say the changes will increase paperwork and scheduling burdens for small companies. The NRF's David French said hundreds of thousands of workers in the retail sector alone will lose salaried-employee status. "These regulations are full of false promises. Most of the people impacted by this change will not see any additional pay. Instead, this sudden and extraordinary increase will mean more red tape and fewer advancement opportunities for salaried professionals," he said —Fox News

Bernie Sanders, Democratic establishment battle boils over

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
With the Democratic presidential primary in its twilight, frustration within the ranks over the party's handling of the primary process spilled out this week as Bernie Sanders supporters lashed out at party leaders, arguing that their candidate has been treated unfairly. The public outpouring of anger began last weekend at the Nevada Democratic Party convention, where Sanders supporters who said Hillary Clinton's backers had subverted party rules shouted down pro-Clinton speakers and sent threatening messages to state party Chairwoman Roberta Lange after posting her phone number and address on social media. — CNN

Trump comes to financial rescue for Christie, NJ GOP

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump is helping dig former rival Chris Christie and the New Jersey Republican Party out of big debt they incurred from the George Washington Bridge scandal and the governor's presidential campaign. — Washington Post

Christie Disliked More Than Corzine Amid Budget Gap, Bridge Jam

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
...The first Republican elected governor of Democratic-leaning New Jersey in 12 years, Christie lost favor after a traffic scandal and a year spent largely running for president. Since ending that bid, he has focused on state issues, as well as getting Donald Trump elected. With 20 months left in his term, he faces a wide variety of troubles [including budget shortfall, failure to revive Atlantic City, and the bridge traffic scandal]. — Bloomberg

Mitt Romney ends recruiting efforts for an independent candidate

posted by askousen - Wednesday, May 18 2016
Mitt Romney won't launch a third-party presidential campaign of his own and has stopped trying to recruit somebody else to do it. The 2012 Republican nominee had attempted to recruit a challenger to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. But prospects like Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse said no, and Romney is now dropping his efforts, a source familiar with Romney's thinking told CNN. The news was first reported by Yahoo News. — CNN

Newt Gingrich: Globalist "Conservative" as Trump VP?

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
A more reliable (and honest) analyst would point out that Gingrich is considered toxic by a significant number of genuine and informed conservative Republicans because they remember he was the "chief strategist" for the "Republican Revolution" that ratified much of President Bill Clinton's Big Government revolution, in particular NAFTA, the World Trade Organization (WTO), and illegal alien amnesty. Gingrich and his liberal-left, internationalist supporters, however, know that most voters will not remember Gingrich's record, but will be mesmerized by his rhetoric. The always glib and glabrous Gingrich has reinvented himself more often than rock diva Madonna and more radically than Bruce/Caitlyn Jenner. He moves back and forth with seamless ease across the political spectrum and across bipartisan lines, denouncing liberal Democrats on the one hand (to the glee of conservative Republicans) while simultaneously on the other hand working with Nancy Pelosi, Al Gore, Barack Obama, Al Sharpton, Howard Dean, and others of the same ilk, helping promote their Big Government agendas. — The New American

More than 30 states offer online voting, but experts warn it isn't secure

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
The popularity of voting online is growing and will be in place for the presidential election in more than 30 states, primarily for voters living overseas or serving in the military. But security experts and some senior Obama administration officials fear there is not enough protection for any ballots transmitted over the Internet. They are warning states that any kind of online voting is not yet secure and most likely will not be for years to come. —Washington Post

White House cites executive privilege, keeps Obama adviser from testifying about Iran nuclear deal

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
Sen. Tom Cotton accepted the challenge, but President Obama's speechwriter and high-ranking foreign policy adviser Ben Rhodes ducked out of a hearing Tuesday where he was to explain whether he misled the country in pushing the Iran nuclear deal. Members of Congress had been eager to prod Mr. Rhodes over misrepresentations, but the White House had seemed skeptical, saying lawmakers should poke one of their own, Mr. Cotton, an Arkansas Republican that Mr. Obama's aides say has been misleading. — Washington Times

Model featured in Trump 'hit piece' slams NY Times, says her story was 'spun'

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
A former model who was featured at the center of a lengthy New York Times report that assailed Donald Trump's treatment of women said Monday that her account was taken out of context, misquoted and "spun" by the Times in order to portray the Republican presidential candidate in a negative light. [Where are the investigative reporters on Bill Clinton's philanderings and mistreatment of women?] — Fox News

Oregon, Kentucky primary live updates, results: Bernie Sanders aims for another Tuesday surprise

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
...Which brings us to the primaries in Oregon and Kentucky, which take place today -- usually too late to garner much attention from the candidates or the national press. This year, both the former and the latter are paying attention. Oregon would appear to be the perfect place for Sanders' broadsides against income inequality and the "rigged" economic system. Portland certainly is, but the whole state isn't as progressive as its most populous city. A poll released least week by DHM Research showed Clinton with a 15-point advantage in Oregon. This has led Sanders to try to pump up turnout in the state. — The Oregonian

Supreme Court dodges major decision on Obamacare birth control

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
The ideologically deadlocked Supreme Court on Monday failed to resolve a major case involving the Obamacare law's mandatory birth control coverage, telling lower courts to reconsider the matter after tossing out their rulings favoring President Barack Obama. With four conservative justices and four liberals, the court did not rule on the merits of the legal challenge by nonprofit Christian employers who objected to the 2010 healthcare law's requirement that they provide female workers with medical insurance paying for contraceptives. — Reuters

GM crops are neither 'a panacea' nor 'monsters' but are 'pretty much just crops', expert says

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
A major review of genetically modified crops by scientists in the United States has tentatively concluded that they pose no risk to human health. However, in their 388-page report, three US National Academies – of the Sciences, Engineering and Medicine – cautioned that any new kind of food "may have some subtle favourable or adverse health effects that are not detected even with careful scrutiny". ["Studies" can be manipulated so much by how and what they consider and compare. Although the effects of the actual genetic mutation may be hard to track and see, the effect of the spray residues on herbicide-resistant crops is a big problem, which is a corollary to GM crops, though probably not considered in this study. By careful omission of the most dangerous aspects these "scientists" can trumpet the claim that GM crops are safe and should be allowed in the EU.] — UK Independent

IOC: 31 test positive for doping in retests of 2008 Beijing samples

posted by askousen - Tuesday, May 17 2016
In a major doping crackdown stretching back eight years, 31 athletes in six sports could be barred from competing in this year's Olympics after they were caught in retesting of drug samples from the 2008 Beijing Games, and other positive cases could emerge from the 2012 London Games. — ESPN





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