October 11, 2020

Oath Keepers

Oath Keepers #4 – The Communications Team

The communications team uses ham radios to communicate. The team teaches anyone who wants to learn how to use and program their radios, and helping them to get their Ham Radio License. This is an essential part of Oath Keepers.

Politics

Specter of election chaos raises questions on military role

It’s a question Americans are unaccustomed to considering in a presidential election campaign: Could voting, vote-counting or the post-vote reaction become so chaotic that the U.S. military would intervene? The answer is yes, but only in an extreme case. There is normally no need for the military to play any role in an election. The

Politics

A senior warning sign for Trump: ‘Go Biden’ cry at Villages

Sara Branscome’s golf cart whizzed down the smooth asphalt path that winds through The Villages, the nation’s largest retirement community, an expanse of beautiful homes, shops and entertainment venues that bills itself as “Florida’s Friendliest Hometown.” Branscome’s cart was festooned with two American flags that flapped in the warm afternoon breeze. A line of oncoming

Legal Beat

Graham, Harris share spotlight as Barrett hearings begin

Senate Republicans are vowing a quick confirmation for President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, as the party — undeterred by coronavirus infections or other distractions — rushes to put conservative Judge Amy Coney Barrett on the high court before the Nov. 3 election. The process starts Monday with hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee. The

Politics

Pence draws contrasts between Biden, Trump at campaign event in Peoria

With only 26 days until the election and polls consistently showing the Trump campaign trailing in Arizona, Vice President Mike Pence visited a military and tactical gear company Thursday for a “Make America Great Again” campaign event. Pence began by calling his Wednesday night debate with Democrat Kamala Harris a “debate between two visions.” “If

National

First Lady Melania Trump on substance abuse prevention

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump, and the entire Trump Administration are committed to a nationwide effort to break the hold of addiction. “This month, we pause to remember the lives lost to addiction, and recommit to protecting all Americans—particularly our nation’s young people—from the devastating effects drugs

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