Posted on Blog For 05/25/2019: Morning Edition

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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “Hey Americans,” he screamed furiously at the drones.

“Brothers of the wolf, sisters of the wind, children of the Sun! Send the Choctaw warrior a quick and merciful death, instead of abandoning us into slavery or shameful capture.”― “Ziban Must Die”

1…………> Today’s White House Tweets

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After arriving in Tokyo, President


spoke with Japanese business leaders at the U. S. Ambassador to Japan’s residence.







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Getting ready to land in Japan with First Lady Melania. We look forward to seeing everyone soon!🇺🇸🇯🇵




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Can’t believe that Rolling Thunder would be given a hard time with permits in Washington, D.C. They are great Patriots who I have gotten to know and see in action. They love our Country and love our Flag. If I can help, I will!




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Democrat Senator Mark Warner is acting and talking like he is in total control of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Their is nothing bipartisan about him. He should not be allowed to take “command” of that Committee. Too important! Remember when he spoke to the Russian jokester?






2…………> Obama’s Activist Judge: A Monkey Wrench In Trump’s Wall Dreams


Obama’s “Secret Weapon Activist” appointed US District Judge Gilliam blocked the administration’s efforts to redirect military-designated funds to build sections of wall on the Mexican border with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency, and ruled that his order applies to two planned projects to add 51 miles of fence in two areas, according to AP report.

In short, the position that when Congress declines the Executive’s request to appropriate funds, the Executive nonetheless may simply find a way to spend those funds ‘without Congress’ does not square with fundamental separation of powers principles dating back to the earliest days of our Republic” Gilliam wrote in the ruling.

While the order prevents the Defence Department from providing $1 billion in funds for the project and questions the use of another $1.5 billion, it does not prevent the authorities from seeking funding from other sources.


3…………> A Big Weapons Sale To House Of Saud: Trump Scores


Invoking a rarely used aspect of federal law that allows bypassing Congress in cases of National Emergency, President Trump approved the sale of $8bn billions of dollars’ worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia, citing Iranian threats to its arch rival, angering many political enemies who say the weapons may be used against civilians in Yemen by Saudi-led forces.

Weapons will also reportedly be sold to the United Arab Emirates and Jordan.

Members of Congress have attacked Saudi Arabia’s human rights record in the Yemen conflict and for the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul.

Secretary of State Pompeo notified Congress of the administration’s decision to make the sale, saying that “Iranian malign activity” required the “immediate sale” of weapons.

[Iran’s] activity poses a fundamental threat to the stability of the Middle East and to American security at home and abroad,” he wrote.


4…………> Finding Peace In The Grasslands: China’s Xinjiang


A drove of horses are seen at the Narat grassland scenic spot in the Kazak Autonomous Prefecture of Ili, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, May 24, 2019. Tourists are swarming to the Narat grassland to enjoy its splendid landscape as the weather is getting warmer. The Narat grassland scenic spot hosted more than 50,000 tourists from April 1 to May 24. (Xinhua/Sadat)


5…………> Toss Them Caps Up: Graduation In US Naval Academy


Midshipmen toss their covers in the air during the United States Naval Academy’s Class of 2019 Graduation Day and Commissioning Ceremony.

The hat toss, now a traditional ending to the ceremony, originated at the Naval Academy in 1912 as a symbolic and visual end to the four-year program.

The Class of 2019 graduated 1052 midshipmen and were addressed by acting Secretary of Defense Patrick M. Shanahan. As the undergraduate college of our country’s naval service, the Naval Academy prepares young men and women to become professional officers of competence, character, and compassion in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps.

U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Josiah D. Pearce (Released) 190524-N-UG979-0646


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