Russia Denounces US Senate Report on Meddling as ‘Unfounded’

Russia has denounced a U.S. Senate report which accuses the Kremlin of election meddling with the intent to undermine democracies, saying it is “unfounded” and damaging for relations between the two countries. U.S. Senate Democrats on Wednesday warned that Russian operations to undermine democracy extend far beyond U.S. elections and accused President Donald Trump of failing… Please follow and like us:

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Joe Arpaio to run for Senate in Arizona

Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio announced Tuesday he will run for Arizona’s Senate seat as an unabashedly pro-Trump candidate, fueling what was already one of the hottest races in the country. Mr. Arpaio confirmed his decision on Twitter, after breaking the news in an interview with the Washington Examiner. “I am running for the U.S. Senate from… Please follow and like us:

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Democrat Doug Jones’ victory poses a threat to Senate Republican agenda

WASHINGTON — The election of Democrat Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate complicates — and could all but doom — Republican efforts to score any big wins for President Donald Trump. The narrowing of the Senate Republicans’ already-slim majority represents a huge loss to the GOP, which failed this year to deliver on a campaign promise… Please follow and like us:

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Franken resignation, Jerusalem move, whatever: Stocks continue to melt up

WASHINGTON, December 7, 2017: This column’s devoted cadre of regular readers has undoubtedly noticed we’ve been playing hooky for the last week or two. That’s mainly been due to the stock market’s unusual case of late-year malaise. Yet this week, neither the latest fake Russian scandals, the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s official capital, nor… Please follow and like us:

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Roy Moore to sue The Washington Post

Roy Moore, the Republican’s nominee in the Alabama fight for the U.S. Senate seat, announced he’s going to sue The Washington Post for the series of stories that implicate him in sexual dalliances with underage girls 40 years ago. He said this as political players in his own party were folding like cheap card tables to… Please follow and like us:

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The monumental lie

Judge Roy Moore stands beside a stone monument depicting the Ten Commandments (Photo: Facebook) Editor’s note: In last Tuesday’s Alabama primary election to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, a field of nine Republican candidates was narrowed down to two, now headed for a Sept. 26 run-off. The top vote-getter was former Alabama… Please follow and like us:

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