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Sanders’ Speech Muddies the Waters on Socialism

For someone who speaks so often, and so fondly, of “democratic socialism,” Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) seems to have no idea what it is.  On Wednesday, the two-time independent candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination delivered a “major speech,” entitled “How Democratic Socialism Is the Only Way to Defeat Oligarchy and Authoritarianism.”  It was the second time he has attempted to describe this utopian society entirely free from want.  And, just as in 2015, he left all but his most dedicated Berners wanting.

Must There Be a White House Press Secretary?

On Thursday, President Trump took to his favorite medium to announce his Press Secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, would be leaving her post at the end of the month.  Trump tweeted she would be returning to her native Arkansas, and added, “I hope she decides to run for Governor.”  Sanders is the 43rd high-profile departure from an administration well known for its record high turnover.  Her successor will be the third White House Press Secretary to serve the Trump administration.  But should they?

Biden vs Warren: Polls/Pathway? Biden. Crowd Size? Warren.

Source: Realclearpolitics.com

Polls: Biden

On polls, former Vice President Joe Biden (D) has about a 20 point lead over Sen Elizabeth Warren (D). Remember polls are not very accurate if the people being polled don’t trust the poll takers. With that said Biden has the clear advantage. Studies say that if the poll recipient believes there is evidence of a biases or polarity to their own personal belief or to what they are personally representing, they will not be completed forthright.

Violence Escalates in Southern Israel – War Started Again

After a short period of peace enjoyed by Israeli and Palestinians living in Gaza the war has started up again. The Cease Fire took affect on May 6 after a two day war where 700 missiles were fired from Gaza to Israel mostly intercepted by the Israel Iron dome, but several missiles did succeed to do damage and kill or injure Israelis.

Israel retaliated, striking military and political targets in Gaza, killing 23 Palestinians and injuring others. Egypt and Qatar succeeded to bring the two sides to a cease fire. 

216 Murdered in 28 Islamic Terrorist Attacks Over Last Week, Down from Previous Week

This worked out to be 61 killed by Islamic terrorist attacks per day and an average of four attacks per day as well. This was below last week’s 261 killed with 48 separate attacks.

As Ramadan ended on June third it appears the number of attacks has declined, but this week we have seen one of the most villainous attacks in awhile, especially because of the high number of innocent children involved.

Britons Back Boris to Deliver Brexit, Beat Brexit

The race for arguably the least-desirable job in global politics may be turning in to a cakewalk. Boris Johnson, former London Mayor, Foreign Secretary, and current brash Brexiteer, appears to be cruising to 10 Downing Street, to succeed Theresa May as leader of the Conservative Party and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Johnson easily topped his rivals in the first round of voting among Tory MPs Thursday. Eventually, all but two candidates will be eliminated, giving the party’s 160,000 faithful the final choice. As is typically the case in electoral politics, winning the job will be the easy part.

Brooks Koepka and Dustin Johnson (8-1) Co-Favorites in U.S. Open

Hilary Clinton Accuses Trump of Her Own Actions

It’s astonishing really. Not only is Hilary not been held accountable for her many wrongful actions, even worse she is making public speeches basically accusing Donald Trump of actions that she did (or was in charge of) that we know were illegal and/or unethical.

We took words from Hilary Clinton’s speech on YouTube as she “assails President Trump” from her speech on May 30th 2019.

Who Governs Moldova? Political Crisis Produces a Pair

A political crisis in one of Europe’s poorest countries has brought Moldova’s governments to a standstill. Both of them. Two rival governments, each claiming to be the sole legitimate administration within the former Soviet republic, held separate cabinet meetings on Monday. The bizarre scenes stem from an inconclusive election in February, and a dispute over new ones in September. One of the factions, an arrangement of strange political bedfellows, was able to secure the backing of an even stranger alliance abroad: Russia and the West. It’s about the only thing they can agree on.

Constitutional Conflict: House Votes in Contempt, DOJ Threatens Executive Privilege

The ongoing struggle between the irresistible Democratic House and the immovable Republican presidency escalated again Tuesday. Along party lines, the House voted to hold Attorney General William Barr, and former White House Counsel Don McGahn, in civil contempt of Congress. In response, the Justice Department threatened to invoke Executive Privilege to block House access to documents pertaining to the U.S. Census. It’s the latest skirmish in a conflict that has consumed the capitol and paralyzed policymaking.

Is California Offering Government-provided Healthcare to Illegal Aliens While Refusing the Same Free Services to Seniors?

Is California discriminating?

How do you value someone? One way is to give them more than others. How do you say you don’t value someone? You give them less than others, or better yet charge them for the same services you’re giving away to others.

California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) Source Wikimedia

For American citizens the single largest benefit in the Untied States is healthcare. California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has supported a bill that, if approved by the Democratic super majority, will soon provide undocumented immigrants access to free Medi-Cal, the State’s low-income healthcare insurance program.

Trump’s Trade Wars, Tariffs, Sanctions, Bans; What’s Next?

President Donald Trump (R) lifted his tariffs against Mexico and Canada, but is he scaling up on China. So what about cars, steel, aluminium, washing machines, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba and Huawei?

Trade Wars

Cars: Trump asked for and received a government study on car imports. He was particularly angered last November when General Motors announced that it was closing car assembly plants in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland. Trump has threatened to impose a 25% tariff on imported cars in retaliation for GM’s moves.

SCOTUS Roundup: Calm Monday Leaves Chaotic Work Ahead

Call it the calm before the storm. After another relatively quiet Monday, the Supreme Court adjourned for the week, leaving its most divisive work for another time. The Court did decide three cases, two of them by unanimous decision, and rejected others. More than two dozen cases remain over the Court’s final three weeks, setting the stage for a potentially explosive finish.

Up to a Million Protest Hong Kong Extradition Bill

Hundreds of thousands, and perhaps up to one million people jammed the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday to protest amendments by the Legislative Council, which would allow the extradition of those accused of crimes to mainland China. Opponents believe the bill will allow the communist regime to target political opponents, whether living in or visiting Hong Kong, and threaten the city’s longstanding autonomy. Beijing is said to want the bill “urgently,” and the LegCo pledged to press on regardless.

Opposition Arrests, Military Violence, Escalate Sudan Crisis

Three opposition members, acting as mediators between Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and the pro-democracy Alliance for Freedom and Change, were arrested over the weekend. In response, protesters called for a nationwide campaign of civil disobedience Saturday. It’s the latest development in an ongoing, and frequently violent crisis in a country all too accustomed to them.

U.S., Mexico Strike Deal to Avoid Tariffs

Late Friday evening, President Trump took to his favorite platform to make a major announcement. “I am pleased to inform you that The United States of America has reached a signed agreement with Mexico,” he tweeted. “The Tariffs scheduled to be implemented by the U.S. on Monday, against Mexico, are hereby indefinitely suspended.” At first glance, the agreement alluded to seems to have been based on earlier reports of Mexico redoubling its border security. The news was welcomed by all sides Friday night, weary of the damage Trump’s tariffs might have caused.

Mexico Wants to Appease Trump and Send National Guard to Southern Border

Negotiations take days in Washington- but still breakthrough is missing. If nothing happens, US tariffs will apply to all imports from Mexico on Monday. The Mexican government is now making concessions.

To appease US President Donald Trump in the migration dispute, Mexico wants to deploy 6,000 National Guardsmen on its Southern border. Mexican Foreign Minister, Marcelo Ebrard said this on Thursday in talks with US officials in Washington. This is to prevent the entry of Central American migrants on their way to the USA. The Mexican government wants to prevent with a set of concessions that Trump raises from Monday to punitive tariffs on Mexican imports.

Trump Wants to Stop Border Crossings; Mexico’s Foreign Minister Compared Him to Hitler

Border crossings are exploding, with over 144k people crossing in May 2019, up 182% over May 2018. We have seen over 675,000 apprehensions so far this year, up 99% over this time last year.

Sources: U.S. Customs and Border Protection

The Biggest Border issues are in El Paso, up 2,100%

The El Paso district has seen a 2,100% increase in border crossings compared to 2018. The city has a population of about 840k, and the district has seen over 100k apprehensions. El Paso is just across the border from Ciudad Juarez. With a population of 1.5 million, Ciudad Juarez is the most populated city in the state of Chihuahua. Interestingly, the biggest migration is next to a major Mexican City.

Sources: U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Are Mexican Officials Working for a Deal?

The person negotiating to avoid Trump’s tariffs on Mexico is Marcelo Ebrard, the Foreign Minister and an active politician.

He worked for the Hillary Clinton Campaign. Mr. Ebrard said “It was after hearing Donald Trump speak…that I decided to get much more involved, beyond just giving opinions. The risk represented by el Señor Trump, the things that he says, in particular about Mexico, but in general, too, are like nothing else I’ve encountered.”

President of the Untied States Donald Trump has  proposed placing tariffs on Mexico to force them to stop or mitigate illegal immigration flows into the US. The Mexican Foreign Mister who just visited the White House has compared Trump to Hitler claiming “He, like Hitler, is a good communicator.” and is “Mexico’s Enemy.” Mr. Ebrard has a history of meddling in US elections, working on Latino get-out-the-vote campaigns. In the past Mr. Ebrard worked with Voto Latino, one of many voter-registration and participation groups in California, Arizona, Florida, Chicago, and elsewhere.

As a foreign national, Mr. Ebrard openly supported and worked with and for a US president candidate, in this case Hillary Clinton. Mexican officials do far more each election cycle to interfere in US elections than the Russians, but the Bob Mueller investigation and Congress weren’t interested in that. Clinton and the Democrats repeatedly accused Russia of illegal influence in the 2016 election and connected it to Trump. Nothing was proven but there’s plenty of evidence of Mexican influence that helps the DNC. The mainstream press has also been silent about Mr. Ebrard’s past as he negotiates with the White House.

So not only has Ebrard worked to help Democrats in the past but he’s also called Trump the “Enemy” and compared him to Hitler. This is the man negotiating a deal between the US and Mexico. Will he sabotage any deal and try to blame it on Trump?

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Trump’s Tariffs: Mexican Concessions, Republican Rebellion

President Trump is set to unilaterally levy an escalating 5% tariff on all Mexican goods next week, and just about everybody is working diligently to stop them. The two countries continued talks Thursday, aimed at satisfying Trump’s demands that Mexico do more to stop the flow of migrants from Central America. To that end, Mexico has begun to deploy the National Guard on its southern border with Guatemala. Back in the States, members of the president’s own party have begun to show their own frustrations with Trump’s tariffs. This time, they might be serious.

Police Raids on Media Continue Alarming Trend

If there’s one thing we learned as children, it’s that terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad days can happen anywhere, even in Australia. Evidently, so can attacks on press freedom. Two police raids in two days on the nation’s public broadcaster, ABC, shocked those in and out of the country. For journalists and those concerned with protecting the freedom of the press, the raids are part of an alarming trend across ostensible western democracies.

Biggest Problem? Fake News Polls Ahead of Crime, Climate Change and Racism

A shocking new poll by Pew Research shows that Fake News, or the trust of journalism and government, is now more important than Terrorism, Sexism, Illegal Immigration and more. That is one reason Communal News was founded, allowing for an open news hub to bring both the writers and the readers closer to together. Americans are taking issue with their political leaders and the activist groups that openly create fake and misleading news. Conservatives/Republicans have more problems with journalists (especially compared to Democrats), believing that a journalists’ ideological beliefs outweigh their professional ethics. The majority of those being polled believe fake news will be getting worse going into the next 2020 presidential election cycle.

Something is Right-Wing in Denmark: Immigration Top Concern for Both Blocs

Pollsters have had a rough go of it over the past four years or so. Several high-profile misses have led to reassessment and caution throughout the industry. But no one has been the least bit bashful about Denmark, headed to the polls on Wednesday. As sure as the sun will rise over the Baltic Sea, the Kingdom will have a new Prime Minister. Actually, it almost happened two days early, as Lars Løkke Rasmussen, leader of the center-right “Blue Bloc,” and centrist Venstre party, was nearly hit by a falling roof tile outside the National Museum on Monday. The real winners, however, are likely to be the populist Danish People’s Party, as mainstream parties race to the right on immigration.

Is the Fed Looking Forward to Lower Rates or in the Rear View Mirror Again?

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told reporters the Fed was “closely monitoring” the effects of trade tariff talk and developments and would “act as appropriate,” holding out that the Fed is calculating the possibilities of a future interest rate cut.

St. Louis Fed President James Bullard claimed the global economic outlook has “darkened” with a hint that many interpreted as an indication he thinks the U.S. economy “is expected to grow more slowly going forward, with some risk that the slowdown could be sharper than expected due to ongoing global trade regime uncertainty.” Bullard also pointed out that a “downward policy rate adjustment may be warranted soon.” This pushed the 10-year bond yields to multi-year lows.

Is the Economy Slowing? A Few Indicators Are Saying Yes.

  1. Interest Rates: The 10-year Treasury is hitting around 2.08%, down from 3.25% just three months ago.
  2. Oil is down around $53 per barrel. Down from about $65 in April.
  3. Industrial Production has hit multi-year lows.
  4. Gold and the dollar are moving up.

These four indicators have many forecasting both a tougher time ahead and a rotation into safe havens.  The central focus of concern is the trade wars with China and the new tariffs with Mexico.

Trump Starts UK Trip with Tweet Against London’s Mayor

US President Donald Trump has landed in London today. On his state visit, he wants to meet with, among others, Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister May. Shortly before Air Force One landed at Stansted Airport, Trump tweeted about London’s mayor.

Audience with the Queen

The focus today for Trump is on ceremonies for his honor. First, he and his wife Melania arrived at Buckingham Palace and met with Queen Elizabeth II. Later, the presidential couple will lay down a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Westminster Abbey.

Submit News: How to Get Your Article Listed on News Hubs Like Google News

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Most writers simply want to write news and don’t want to deal with all the work involved in building an internet company. If you’re a journalist, and/or a quality writer, and you want to get into the news cycle, than this article is for you.

Assange: Prosecutors Drop Vault 7 Charges; Espionage Charge Still Controversial

In a stunning development Sunday, Politico reported the Justice Department decided not to charge WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over his role in one of the most devastating leaks in CIA history. Dubbed Vault 7, the leak exposed the CIA’s hacking capabilities to compromise cars, smart TVs, web browsers, and operating systems. The move was seen as a surprise, given the Department’s decision to aggressively pursue Assange on other, more controversial charges.

Democratic Hopefuls Address California’s Convention

A gaggle of presidential hopefuls gathered in suddenly-relevant California this weekend for their first big audition. The better-than-bakers’ dozen served as headliners in San Francisco for the California Democratic Party’s state convention. A crowd of 5,000 delegates heard the pitches and policies, and may be the best look yet at what the national party’s base of activists and partisan primary voters are looking for from their presidential standard-bearer next year.

Nike Claims the “Consumer Gets Hurt” in a Trade War with China. True or False?

With the China tariff up 25%, we’re constantly being told this will hurt the consumer and that it’s why inflation is rising (up 1.5% in April from 1.4% in March accounting to the Commerce Department). The Consumer Price Index increased 0.3% last month after moving up 0.2% in March. If the trade war with China trade is so bad where is the inflation, where are the price hikes?

Nike and other companies are saying the “consumer will get hurt” with the China and Mexican tariffs, but is this really true? Bear in mind that Nike is not neutral in this fight as it has large investments in China and as a global manufacturer has strong ties to both countries.

Return of Tariff Man Imperils USMCA, Shocks Markets

If President Trump wants his free trade deal passed, he has a funny way of showing it. On the same day that Vice President Mike Pence met Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa, to push the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement through Parliament, the President tweeted out an entirely new trade policy. The United States would impose a 5% tax on all imports from Mexico, “until such time as illegal migrants coming through Mexico, and into our Country, STOP.” The unexpected return of Tariff Man sent shockwaves through the continent and financial markets Friday.

Trump vs Biden In Polls: Biden – On Models; Trump – On Crowd Size; Trump Best Since Obama.

Polls – Biden

In the most recent RealClearPolitics poll, former Vice president Joe Biden (D) has an average 8.1 lead over current President Donald Trump (R) over the last month and we have seen very little change. Remember if the poll recipient believes there is evidence of a biases or polarity to their own personal belief they will not be completed forthright. It still is a very good indicator especially for the direction of a a campaign.

Let’s Try This Again! Israel Goes (Back) to the Polls

Wither the 21st Knesset. We hardly knew ye. Just six weeks after it had appeared Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had won Israel’s legislative election, and secured a record fifth term in office, Israeli voters are being asked to try again. For the first time in the history of the State of Israel, no government was formed by the incumbent Prime Minister, and no one else was allowed to try, following a general election. Israel’s first electoral mulligan will take place on September 17.

Jerusalem Day – Sunday, June 2, 2019

On Sunday June 2, 2019 will be celebrated Jerusalem Day commemorating the reunification of Jerusalem and the establishment of Israeli control over the Old City in the aftermath of the six day war in 1967.

In 1947 in the United Nations was proposed the establishment of two states in the British Mandate of Palestine, a Jewish State and an Arab State. Jerusalem was to be an International city neither Jewish nor Arab for a period of ten years when referendum would be made for the residents of Jerusalem to decide on which country to join.  The Jewish leadership accepted the plan and the Arabs rejected the proposal.

261+ Murdered in Islamic Terrorist Attacks in One Week; Increase Connected to Ramadan?

The number of Islamic terrorist attacks continue with a significant increase of 48 over the last week alone. The increase has coincided with the religious time of Ramadan.   This works out to over six terrorist attacks per day. One report lists over 261 dead in the last seven days. That works out to be over 37 people murdered per day.

Possibly the most gruesome attack this week was the 50+ killed in the Central African Republic (CAR). The party or group know as Return, Reclamation, Rehabilitation (3R) lead an attack on many small villages in Pahoua, seeking revenge for the killing of one ethnic Peuhl.

Mueller Morning Presser Crashes Washington

On Wednesday, Robert Mueller surprised the nation with an impromptu morning press conference, offering his first public comments since the release of his report, and resigning as special counsel. In a quotation destined for the history books, Mueller stated that “if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime, we would have said so.” His remarks stood in contrast to President Trump’s assertions, and those of his Attorney General, William Barr, that the President had been “completely exonerated.”

National Security – Israel Goes Again to Elections

Israel will be going to election again in September after failing to make a government with a majority. National security needs national unity and Israel failed to make a coalition government. The government was split after elections between Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Ganz both received an equal amount of votes.

To make the government all on the side of Likud (the right side) Netanyahu needed the help of the other parties which had received mandates.  On the right there was a conflict between the religious ultra-orthodox right and the secular right. 

Communal News and Blog Feeds Have Been Picked Up by Google News

Google News has begun distributing Communal News newsfeeds and selected parts of our blog feeds. It’s been reported that Google Newsfeed sends significantly more traffic to websites than Facebook or any other social network. Being included in Google News helps to widely distribute our content and is an outstanding achievement. This is great additional exposure for our many writers!

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Punt, Pass, and Kick: Tuesday at the Supreme Court

These days, the Supreme Court is in the news as much for what it does not do as what it does do. On Tuesday, the Court did not hear an appeal to an abortion case, but did strike down a state restriction on the practice, yet not the whole law. They also did not intervene in a case involving transgender students, or comment why, leaving another lower court ruling in place. However, the Court did issue a decisive ruling in favor of law enforcement in a free speech case. The decisions may offer guidance to Court watchers as to what justices may do this term and next.

The Future of Abortion in America

For centuries abortion has been a topic of discussion and debate. Over the years the act of aborting a fetus has been labeled many things, a mortal sin, a basic right, an act of murder, a woman’s choice.

In the 1970’s we reached a crossroads as a country regarding abortion, and in 1973 the debate over abortion made its way to the Supreme Court of the United States. The case originated when Norma McCorvey, identified as Jane Roe for her protection, instituted a federal action against the district attorney of Dallas County, Texas, regarding a set of Texas statutes that, in most cases, criminalized abortion.

Is Elon Musk Juggling Too Many Companies to be Successful?

Now that Telsa’s Model 3 is having significant problems, both in production and in order rates, you would think the company led by Elon Musk would focus like a laser to get productivity and orders flowing for their products and snafus corrected. These issues are in the headlines almost daily and the stock is falling. But how can Elon focus on these problems when Musk is juggling so many other balls, with Tesla being only one of many major issues in his life?

European Roundup: News, Notes, and New National Elections

Austria:

The country’s youngest-ever Chancellor officially became it’s shortest-serving, and the first since the war to be brought down by a vote of no-confidence on Monday. Already headed for snap elections in the fall, the move was largely seen as necessary by the newly-enlarged opposition to avoid giving Sebastian Kurz an advantage. If Austrians were cross with Kurz, they sure didn’t show it on Sunday. His People’s Party (ÖVP) gained two seats, at the expense of his now-former coalition partners, the Freedom Party (FPÖ), and Greens.

What’s Good and Bad About a Biden Presidential Run?

With Biden’s poll numbers coming down, you may be wondering what is hurting him and what is helping.

The Good News

Former Vice President Joe Biden has the best political lane to maintain his lead as the frontrunner for the Democratic Party’s nomination. In marketing we call this a niche. He has the conservative and more moderate Democrats. That might not produce as much Twitter activity or create as much internet buzz, but it does mean he holds the greatest number of votes.

European Elections: A Shrinking Center Facing Trouble

Voters delivered a few pleasant surprises for some groupings, and a couple of bitter disappointments for others, in elections to the European Parliament Sunday. Perhaps the biggest surprise of all was turnout: more than 50% of the European Union’s 400 million voters did so this weekend. Sunday marked the first election since 1979 in which turnout actually increased. Various pro-EU factions still command a strong majority in the 751-seat Parliament. However, for the first time in 40 years, the EPP and S&D governing coalition has lost its majority.

In Like a Lion, Out Like a Lamb: The End of May

Early Friday morning, outside the steps of 10 Downing Street, Theresa May brought the unmitigated disaster of her premiership to an abrupt and ignoble end. Three years ago, the day after 52% of Britons voted for divorce from the European Union, May inherited a deeply divided populace, a disintegrating political party, and a country flung into chaos by its own hand. By every measurable metric, she has left the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Conservative and Unionist Party with it, in a worse state than when she found it.