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What are we Going to Do About North Korea?

Every few months Korea is a big deal. A REALLY big deal. The press covers it intensely for a couple days. Typically, Kim Jong Un has shot off a missile, or killed a relative, or continued to starve to death anyone not in the military.

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Will the Republican Healthcare Bill Finally Get Passed?

First, a little history. The Continental Congress passed the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 (we celebrated the 241st anniversary of that glorious event just last week – The Fourth of July.) Then a long and grueling war was fought between the most powerful army and navy the world had ever known, and 13 upstart colonies (the colonies won.) Then after about eight rather unsatisfactory years under the Articles of Confederation, the U.S.

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What Trump Should Tell Putin When They Meet This Week

In a couple days, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin will both be in Hamburg, Germany, for the G-20 Summit. It’s been confirmed that the two leaders will meet there, for the first time since Trump became President.

What should they talk about?

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Obamacare Repeal Delayed; Obama Knew About Russian Meddling, but Did Nothing; A “Matter”, Not an Investigation; More Hate from the Looney Left; And Trump Triumphs at the Supreme Court

There are a number of things to talk about this week. Without a doubt, the biggest thing would have been the Senate vote on repealing Obamacare. But Mitch McConnell wasn’t able to cobble together the votes to pass it. So it didn’t happen – yet.

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