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As always, you know the drill. Scroll down for World News, Commentary and all the News and Headlines. Also I’d like to draw your attention to a newly added website to The Site’s I like list to the left. MovieBabble is a pretty cool site with some good movie reviews, commentary and other cool stuff. I was checking out the trailer and review on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Spoiler Talk this morning.

While we’re on the subject of The Site’s I like list here another one I was checking out today. Media Bias/Fact Check  “The debate over net neutrality rules has become more heated, with reports surfacing at the Federal Communications Commission of their website being flooded with fake comments.” More here> FCC Website hit with Automated Fake Comments in Anti-Net Neutrality Attack

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — “Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown could spend the rest of her life in prison after being found guilty of taking money from a charity that was purported to be giving scholarships to poor students.

The Thursday verdict came after prosecutors outlined a pattern of fraud by Brown, 70, and her top aide that included using hundreds of thousands of dollars from the One Door for Education Foundation for lavish parties, trips and shopping excursions. She was convicted of 18 of the 22 charges against her, including lying on her taxes and on her congressional financial disclosure forms.

“Corrupt public officials undermine the integrity of our government and violate the public’s trust, and that is why investigating public corruption remains the FBI’s top criminal priority,” FBI Jacksonville Division Special Agent in Charge Charles Spencer said in a statement.” More here.> Ex-congresswoman may spend rest of life in prison for fraud



 (Washington, DC) – “Judicial Watch announced that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State for all records provided by them to Senator Benjamin Cardin’s office related to alleged Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election. The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.”

The suit was filed after the State Department failed to respond to a March 2, 2017, FOIA request seeking: All records provided by any official, employee, or representative of the Department of State to Senator Ben Cardin, any member of his staff, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, and/or any Senate Foreign Relations Committee staff member regarding, concerning, or related to efforts by the Russian Government to affect, manipulate, or influence any election in the United States or any foreign country from November 8, 2016 to present.

The Obama Administration reportedly spread information about alleged Russian efforts to undermine the 2016 presidential election:” More here.> Judicial Watch Sues State Department for Records of Alleged Russian Tampering in the 2016 Election that were Shared with Senator Benjamin Cardin

(Washington, DC) – “Judicial Watch announced that it has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Justice for emails of former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates from her government account.  The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

“Between her involvement in the Russian surveillance scandal and her lawless effort to thwart President Trump’s immigration executive order, Sally Yates’ short tenure as the acting Attorney General was remarkably troubling,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “Her email traffic might provide a window into how the anti-Trump ‘deep state’ abused the Justice Department.” More here.> Judicial Watch Sues Justice Department for Sally Yates’ Emails While She Served as Trump Acting Attorney General

JW Sues DOJ for fmr. AG Sally Yates’s Email Records

Weekly Update: Big Benghazi Scandal News

“A controversial billboard depicting President Donald Trump as a Nazi was funded with taxpayer dollars and was commissioned by an “arts advocate” paid by a U.S. city to “diminish barriers,” records obtained by Judicial Watch reveal. The massive billboard caused a ruckus when it was unveiled in downtown Phoenix, Arizona in mid-March because it features a menacing portrait of Trump surrounded by mushroom clouds—in the shape of laughing clowns—and swastikas modified as dollar signs. A pin of a Russian flag appears on the president’s lapel.: More here.> Phoenix Trump Nazi Billboard Funded with Taxpayer Dollars

“In a classic example of government waste, the taxpayer-funded program (Medicaid) that provides health insurance for the poor spends over $100 billion on “demonstrations” to promote the benefit that already covers millions of people nationwide. That’s an astounding 33% of Medicaid’s total federal budget for experiments and projects that supposedly help states test and evaluate new approaches to deliver the welfare benefit, which is already spread thin.” More here.> Medicaid Blows $109 Billion on Promotional “Demonstrations”

Shocking Video shows PARENTS ‘viciously attacking five female high school students’ in revenge for attack on their kids


Authorities investigate 8-year-old boy’s suicide after video shows he was bullied days earlier

AP-NORC poll: Most Americans feel fine about school choice

“Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly told radio host Glenn Beck Friday that he believes he is the victim of an organized “hit” by liberal activists — but that he won’t bad-mouth his former network.” More here.> In first post-Fox interview, Bill O’Reilly addresses the allegations against him: ‘This was a hit’

World News: 

Intel Report: Iran Refining Nuke Delivery System in Flagrant Violation of Ban

“An armed Russian fighter jet flew alarmingly close to a U.S. Navy reconnaissance aircraft flying in the Black Sea on Tuesday —  just one day before Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov visited Washington.

The Russian jet came as close as 20 feet to the American aircraft and remained that close for five minutes,” Video and more here.> Russian fighter jet flies close to US Navy aircraft, official says

May 12 (UPI) — “The attack submarine Romeo Romel, the fourth being build for the Naval Armament Unit of the Italian navy, was delivered at Italian defense contractor Fincantieri’s shipyard at Muggiano, the company announced on Thursday.

The vessel is the last of four submarines being built in the U212A Todaro-class.” More here.> Italian shipyard delivers new Torado submarine

Philippines to send troops to South China Sea island

Iraqi forces retake neighborhood in west Mosul

Tombstones vandalized in Jewish cemetery in Rome

Venezuela sacks health minister after damning report

Extortionist Hack of U.K. Hospitals Part of Worldwide Attack 

Global ‘Ransomware’ Attack Believed to Be Using Leaked NSA Hacking Tools

World Health Organization confirms Ebola outbreak in DR Congo


“The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has stated that: “No immigration officers will be allowed on campus without clearance from the superintendent of schools, who will consult with district lawyers. Until that happens, they won’t be let in, even if they arrive with a legally valid subpoena.”

Newsflash: The Department of Homeland Security is a federal law enforcement agency with nationwide jurisdiction. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers don’t need the permission of school officials to enter a public building in furtherance of their duties. Section 287 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) confers very broad law enforcement powers upon both ICE and CBP officers, including the authority to interrogate, without warrant, any persons believed to be an alien as to their right to be or to remain in the United States.” More here.> LA SCHOOLS TO ICE: YOU NEED A HALL PASS TO ENFORCE IMMIGRATION LAW


Foreign-born moms give birth to more babies than U.S.-born moms: “The rise in U.S births has largely been driven by immigrant women, and has been since 1970 — up to 4 million births in 2014 (or 23% of all babies), from 3.74 million in 1970, were to foreign-born moms, according to the Pew Research Center. Alternatively, the number of births by U.S.-born mothers has been declining, to 3.1 million births in 2014 from 3.46 million in 1970. Immigrant mothers are also more likely to be married than almost a decade ago — a third of all births were to unmarried immigrant mothers, down from 37% in 2008. Births to unmarried U.S.-born mothers were around 42%.” More here.> Foreign-born mothers give birth to more babies than U.S.-born mothers, and other surprising facts for Mother’s Day


Another Record in Reach of Tech Stocks as Big 5 Add $500 Billion 

States Where the Economy Isn’t Struggling to Recover 

The Economist Who Helped Write Trump’s Tax Plan in Five Days 

Consumer sentiment leaps in May, but partisan divide remains,


“On today’s college campus, feelings rule facts and victims are heroes. As long as you feel victimized, you’re a victim! For those inclined to believe that, Ben Shapiro has some upsetting news: “Facts don’t care about your feelings.” Shapiro explains why, if you live in America, and especially if you’re in college, you’re almost certainly not a victim.” Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings