Trump's Impeachment Trial Defense to be Lead by South Carolina Lawyer Butch Bowers
The Democrats are holding an impeachment trial of Donald Trump despite warnings that it is unconstitutional. This will be the first time that a citizen is tried for impeachment, and the American people may not stand for it.
Google to Remove Search Function If Australia Allows Media Code to Become a Law
Google threatens to disable the search function on their search engine if Australia allows the media code to pass. It will force Google and Facebook to pay for content that is considered a commodity.
More DEMS Want Chuck Schumer to End Senate Filibuster Despite GOP Plea
Senate DEMS are clamoring Chuck Schumer to end the Senate Filibuster. This signifies the desire of the DEMS to dominate without the GOP opposition, ignoring that they benefited from it.
Marine One to Be Replaced by a Newer Model, Last Duty Is Ferrying President Trump
The presidential Marine One helicopter, which has served for many years, will be replaced soon. These new helicopters will be updated with new equipment geared for the presidential use.
Trump Flies to Florida, Supporters Greet Him Upon His Landing
After leaving Washington D.C. Donald Trump spent the last minutes of his term giving good tidings. When in Florida, he was greeted by supporters who in his las moments as president gave a resounding thumbs up that could be heard in Washington.
Eric Trump Gives Farewell Message to Trump Supporters, the Best Is yet to Come!
One of the President's children, Eric Trump, in a message before the new administration, said the ‘Best is yet to come’. He gave these final words to all those who supported his father’s presidency the past four years.
Three National Guard Members Die in Accidental Helicopter Crash in New York Farm
A helicopter crash took the lives of three national guard members when it went down. The cause of the crash needs to be investigated.
Japan Experiences a Spate of Suicide Incidents Due to COVID-19; Affects the Mental Health of Citizens
Japan is having a spare of suicide incidents as the COVID-19 Pandemic is having a second wave. Victims were women and children which indicates more are killing themselves.
Trump Signs Memo to Delay Immediate Deportation of Venezuelans in the US
Leaving the White House soon, Trump Signs a memo to delay the immediate deportation of Venezuelans escaping Maduro’s cruel socialist regime. Having the power to help these nationals, he chose to let those who qualify to stay in the US, not returned to the home country.
US Sea Guardian Drone Integrates Seaspray AESA Maritime Radar, Improves Reconnoitering Abilities
The US Sea Guardian drone maker will be upgrading the radar of the UAV with improved radar. The addition of the AESA US Sea Guardian Drone will improve its recon abilities.
Declassifying Crossfire Hurricane Documents, Trump Orders Their Release Before Leaving Office
Before ending term Donald Trump ordered the release of Crossfire Hurricane Documents to the public. During his campaign in 2016 he was investigated allegedly at the behest of members of the Obama administration.
Trump Speaks Last Time as President, 'The Movement We Started Is Only Just Beginning'
President Trump's last speech on his exit is a message that America is just beginning, not ending. Even with the pall of the next four years, he tells Americans to be strong as one nation.
Return of the Living-Declared-Dead: Woman Goes to Court to Prove She's Alive
In France woman a was declared dead in 2017, even if she is still alive. She is now in court to prove she’s alive, legally one needs to alive to have rights.
WHO Panel Says Covid-19 Response: A Catastrophic Failure on Global Scale
The WHO panel announces that the worldwide COVID-19 response failed and a yearlong debacle. The overall response to the contagion was slow and forewarning was not headed.
US Navy to Start Fabricating First Constellation Frigate with Shipyard Expansion
New ships of the US Navy will start with the building of the first constellation frigate this year. Modern ship designs are needed to replace older boats like Arleigh-Burke destroyers.