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By Philip Giraldi

The Tehran government has announced the arrest of seventeen Iranian citizens caught spying for America's Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Some of those arrested have already been sentenced to death., By TAMI ABDOLLAH and ERIC TUCKER

Federal agents descended on the suburban Maryland house with the flash and bang of a stun grenade, blocked off the street and spent hours questioning the homeowner about a theft of government documents that prosecutors would later describe as "brea

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What was already a bad week for Democrats just got worse. Not only did AG Barr embarrass party leaders like Adam Schiff, as well as their allies in the cable news media, when he revealed that Robert Mueller's nearly two-year investigation into the T

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Ron Paul Liberty Report

A surprise revelation from a staffer in House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) office has everyone talking about whether the NSA has really ended its metadata collection of our phone calls and texts, which was authorized by the 2015 USA FREEDO

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By Patrick J. Buchanan

As President Trump flew home from his Hanoi summit with Kim Jong Un, Mike Pompeo peeled off and flew to Manila. And there the Secretary of State made a startling declaration. Any armed attack by China on a Philippine ship or plane in the South China

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President Trump has the correct priorities for our nation. A border wall is a necessity for a sovereign nation such as ours, is moral and wise. I support President Trump's border wall funding request. - Christine Smith

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In July, Sen. Marco Rubio appeared to be a lone cry in the dark when he declared in remarks he made at the Heritage Foundation that "Deep Fake" technology "which manipulates audio and video of real people saying or doing things they never said

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Pride is one of the seven deadly sins. It is also deadly when it drives your foreign policy. President Trump's pick for Joint Chiefs Chairman, Gen. Milley, has promised that the US military will beat any adversary harder than it has every been beaten