Blog: Congress ratifies Deep State manuever to limit President Trump

The House and Senate have reached an agreement on new sanctions on Russia. The bill will be sent to the president sometime this summer, at which point Trump will have to decide if imposing new restrictions on Russia will interfere with his administration’s diplomacy. via Pocket
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Blog: Republicans blow out Democrats out of the water on fundraising – wonder why?

So why are Democrats being blown out of the water on party fundraising for campaigns to elect Democrats? They’re being trounced. Get a load of what Byron York has found and reported: In June, the RNC raised $13.5 million to the DNC’s $5.5 million. via Pocket
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What if the moon landings had continued past Apollo 17?

One of the most haunting facts about the Apollo program to land men on the moon, as Scientific America noted a while back, is that the last three planned lunar missions, Apollo 18, Apollo 19, and Apollo 20 were canceled, even though the hardware to fly them had been built. via Pocket
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Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law was publicly censured and must pay $15,000 for not complying with an American Bar Association standard that prohibits schools from discriminating against faculty members. via Pocket
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