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Trump Playing Catch-up: White House Launches Comprehensive Review of China Policy


The White House has initiated a comprehensive review of China policy that appears to be the same page as former White House chief strategist and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon, who has made China a major focus of his policy advocacy since leaving the administration.

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VP Mike Pence to Be Keynote Speaker at Pro-Amnesty Koch Brothers’ Retreat


Vice President Mike Pence will be the keynote speaker at pro-mass immigration GOP mega-donors Charles and David Koch’s New York political strategy retreat.

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Jackie Mason Tackles National Anthem Protesters: ‘The More Money They Make, The More They Hate This Country’ (Exclusive)


In this week’s exclusive clip for Breitbart News, Jackie takes aim at the NFL players who have taken a knee during the pre-game singing of the National Anthem, and the celebrities who fall all over themselves to prove that they support the players.

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Tom Cruise’s ‘American Made’ Cut Scene of Bill Clinton Getting Lap Dance


The latest film starring actor Tom Cruise, ‘American Made,’ cut a controversial scene in which former President Bill Clinton received a lap dance, The Hollywood Reporter revealed Friday.

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Rosie Perez: Puerto Rico ‘Will Be a Stain on Donald Trump’s Name Forever’


Friday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” while discussing the response to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria by the Trump administration, actress Rosie Perez said that response would be “a stain on Donald Trump’s name forever.” When asked how she feels, Perez, whose parents are from Puerto Rico, said, “First it was shock. And then it turned into dismay. Then it turned into tears, and then it turned into raging anger from the president’s response, Even just today, earlier today, he still had the nerve to bring up the debt. It’s just — you don’t kick people when they’re down.” She added, “How about we talk about the cost of saving lives first—and then we can move on from there.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Delingpole: Bill Nye’s New ‘Science Guy’ Movie is More Climate Change Propaganda


Bill Nye — the man who has built an entire media career on the somewhat flimsy basis that his surname rhymes with “Guy” and if you put “Science” in front of it then it makes “Science Guy” — has made a movie, for which a trailer was released Thursday.

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Chelsea Handler Ripped Over Vulgar Tweet About Melania Trump


Late-night host Chelsea Handler sparked outrage online Friday after posting a vulgar tweet about First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump’s sex life.

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Catholic Diocese Prohibits Protests of National Anthem at Schools


The Catholic diocese of Rockville Centre on Long Island in New York has informed its high schools that protests against the national anthem are forbidden at sporting events and other school occasions.

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Nolte: Trump Wins Bigly as Every NFL Player Stands for Thursday Night Anthem


Looking exactly like the bunch of surly, sullen, spoiled babies they are, during Thursday night’s NFL game between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears, the players might have all chosen to be muscle-bound pouters while locking arms, but… BUT!… those very same surly, sullen, spoiled babies were all standing for the “Star-Spangled Banner.”

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Trump Playing Catch-up: White House Launches Comprehensive Review of China Policy

The White House has initiated a comprehensive review of China policy that appears to be the same page as former White House chief strategist and Breitbart News Executive Chairman Steve Bannon, who has made China a major focus of his policy advocacy since leaving the administration.

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VP Mike Pence to Be Keynote Speaker at Pro-Amnesty Koch Brothers’ Retreat

Vice President Mike Pence will be the keynote speaker at pro-mass immigration GOP mega-donors Charles and David Koch’s New York political strategy retreat.

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Jackie Mason Tackles National Anthem Protesters: ‘The More Money They Make, The More They Hate This Country’ (Exclusive)

In this week’s exclusive clip for Breitbart News, Jackie takes aim at the NFL players who have taken a knee during the pre-game singing of the National Anthem, and the celebrities who fall all over themselves to prove that they support the players.

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Tom Cruise’s ‘American Made’ Cut Scene of Bill Clinton Getting Lap Dance

The latest film starring actor Tom Cruise, ‘American Made,’ cut a controversial scene in which former President Bill Clinton received a lap dance, The Hollywood Reporter revealed Friday.

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Rosie Perez: Puerto Rico ‘Will Be a Stain on Donald Trump’s Name Forever’

Friday on CNN’s “Newsroom,” while discussing the response to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria by the Trump administration, actress Rosie Perez said that response would be “a stain on Donald Trump’s name forever.” When asked how she feels, Perez, whose parents are from Puerto Rico, said, “First it was shock. And then it turned into dismay. Then it turned into tears, and then it turned into raging anger from the president’s response, Even just today, earlier today, he still had the nerve to bring up the debt. It’s just — you don’t kick people when they’re down.” She added, “How about we talk about the cost of saving lives first—and then we can move on from there.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

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Delingpole: Bill Nye’s New ‘Science Guy’ Movie is More Climate Change Propaganda

Bill Nye — the man who has built an entire media career on the somewhat flimsy basis that his surname rhymes with “Guy” and if you put “Science” in front of it then it makes “Science Guy” — has made a movie, for which a trailer was released Thursday.

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Chelsea Handler Ripped Over Vulgar Tweet About Melania Trump

Late-night host Chelsea Handler sparked outrage online Friday after posting a vulgar tweet about First Lady Melania Trump and President Donald Trump’s sex life.

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Catholic Diocese Prohibits Protests of National Anthem at Schools

The Catholic diocese of Rockville Centre on Long Island in New York has informed its high schools that protests against the national anthem are forbidden at sporting events and other school occasions.

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Nolte: Trump Wins Bigly as Every NFL Player Stands for Thursday Night Anthem

Looking exactly like the bunch of surly, sullen, spoiled babies they are, during Thursday night’s NFL game between the Green Bay Packers and the Chicago Bears, the players might have all chosen to be muscle-bound pouters while locking arms, but… BUT!… those very same surly, sullen, spoiled babies were all standing for the “Star-Spangled Banner.”

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