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‘Trump Heights’ New Israeli Town’s Name in The Golan


In what could have been the name of a reality show about before 45’s political years, Israel’s cabinet will weigh whether or not to name a community in the Golan Heights “Trump Heights.”

According to the Times of Israel, Israeli Cabinet Minister Zvi Hauser notified other ministers of a cabinet resolution to be approved on Sunday that will designate a town in the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights with the name “Ramat Trump” – Trump Heights – in a gesture of gratitude toward the US president, who has backed Israel’s claims of sovereignty over both the Golan and Jerusalem.

Trump : ‘Iran done it,’ on two Gulf oil tanker attack


The United States on Friday blamed Iran for attacks on two oil tankers at the entrance to the Gulf and said it was seeking international consensus about the threat to shipping, despite Tehran denying involvement in the explosions at sea.

Thursday’s attacks raised fears of a confrontation in the vital oil shipping route at a time of increased tension between Iran and the United States over U.S. sanctions and military moves in the Middle East, Tehran’s proxy groups in the region and its nuclear program.

Trump warrior Sarah Sanders resigns from whitehouse


White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders, a fierce loyalist of President Donald Trump who channeled his combativeness toward the news media, will leave her job at month’s end for a possible political future in her home state of Arkansas, Trump said on Thursday.

Sanders, who has worked with Trump since the early days of his unconventional run for office and became a national public figure in her own right, is the latest in a long line of senior advisers to leave the White House.

Trump: dirt from foreign governments on opponents is dirt


President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would see nothing wrong in accepting damaging information on a U.S. political opponent if it were offered to his re-election campaign by a foreign government.

Asked in an interview with ABC News if he would accept the information or alert the FBI, Trump said: “I think maybe you do both. I think you might want to listen, there’s nothing wrong with listening.”

Uganda Judiciary stuck with application against Trump, Museveni

The Civil Division of High Court is stuck with an application filed by a Ugandan national Musoke Moses Kinene Ziringwira against US president, Donald Trump and his predecessor, Barack Hussein Obama.

They are jointly sued with Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni and Kabaka Ronald Muwenda Mutebi of Buganda Kingdom. In his suit filed on June 7th, 2019, Kinene accuses the respondents of civil fraud, inciting tribal violence and meddling in his property, which he doesn’t specify. However, the court is stuck with the suite given the nature of the respondents.

Mother doesn’t want husband who murdered her five children hanged


A US mother of five children who were killed by their father has asked a jury to spare him the death penalty.

Amber Kyzer told a court in South Carolina that Tim Jones Jr “did not show my children mercy by any means, but my kids loved him”.

North Korean leader’s slain half-brother was a CIA informant: Wall Street Journal


Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who was killed in Malaysia in 2017, had been an informant for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

The Journal cited an unnamed “person knowledgeable about the matter” for the report, and said many details of Kim Jong Nam’s relationship with the CIA remained unclear.

Pilot killed in Helicopter crash atop foggy Manhatan


The pilot involved in the deadly helicopter crash at a Midtown skyscraper Monday had told air traffic controllers he was having problems as he flew through heavy fog and rain, law enforcement sources told The Post.

The pilot — identified as Tim McCormack — had just dropped off his boss at the 34th Street heliport on the east side prior to the crash-landing, sources said.

Hong Kong protests: Chinese state media blames ‘foreign forces’


“Foreign forces” are seeking to “to hurt China by trying to create havoc in Hong Kong”, Chinese state media said after mass protests in the territory.

On Sunday, hundreds of thousands of people rallied against a proposed law critics fear could let China target political opponents in Hong Kong.

Clashes later erupted between hundreds of demonstrators and police.

Clinton Campaign Flooded FBI with Bad Intel in an Effort to Stop Trump from Winning Election


Lou Dobbs recently asked journalist John Solomon, an opinion contributor to The Hill, “Why is Hillary Clinton to this very day – untouchable.”

In his recent opinion piece, Solomon wrote, “It’s time for the American public to call in their own IOU on political transparency.”

Piracy ; Anthony Joshua and Andy Ritz fight watched illegally in UK,Kenya,Nigeria


Data from privacy firm Muso has revealed that more than 13 million people worldwide streamed the boxing match between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr illegally.

The top three countries were Nigeria (2.35 million), Kenya (998,027) and UK (921,994). ​

Sleepy Joe leads in 2020 Iowa poll,


Former Vice President Joe Biden still leads the Democratic pack of presidential contenders in a poll of Iowa voters released on Saturday, with Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg in a tight battle for second place.

Biden is the first choice of 24% of likely Democratic caucus-goers in Iowa, the state that kicks off the presidential nominating race next February, in the Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom Iowa Poll.

People Power nominated candidate takes an early lead in UNAA presidential race

The vice president of Ugandans in North America Association (UNAA) Eng. John Julius Muwulya who was fully nominated by the Electoral Commission is set to win the August UNAA elections in Chicago as the latest opinion polls shows he is leading with a good margin after EC removed Dr. Daniel Kawuma from the list of presidential candidates early this week Whisper Eye reports.

Youthful Eng. Muwulya was born in Masaka to Ms. Nabadda Margret (late), and Mr. Lwebuga K. Thomas in former Rakai district present day Kyotera, in Kyotera County. Muwulya completed early education at St. Simon Nazareth in Rakai, he joined Uganda Martyr’s Namuwongo for secondary education. He joined Oregon University of Portland in US attaining a Civil/Environmental Engineering degree.

 Impeachment is not a quick ‘bye, bye birdie’


Impeachment of a U.S. president does not mean an immediate ouster from office, or as House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi put it on Wednesday, a “bye, bye birdie.”

Pelosi is under pressure from some Democrats to begin an impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump, who last week called impeachment “a dirty, filthy, disgusting word.”

Abacha’s corruption loot £210m seized from Jersey account


More than $267m (£210m) belonging to a former Nigerian dictator has been seized from a Jersey bank account.

The money was “derived through corruption” during the presidency of Sani Abacha in the 1990s, according to Jersey’s Civil Asset Recovery Fund.

US marines returning to civilian life struggle with PTSD, homelessness, and addiction.


Roger Schultz served as a cannoneer sergeant in the US Marine Corps. He liked serving, because “I learned how to be a Marine and nothing else. You always had somebody on your side.”

Eventually he quit the Marin Corps to be back with his family, but his wife left him the following year and his life spiraled out of control. Schultz ended up living out of his truck, barely getting by.