Iran Showdown – President Trump described Iran’s shoot-down of the U.S. drone over the Strait of Hormuz as a “very big mistake” and an unintentional error by “someone who was loose and stupid.” WAS THIS AN ACCIDENT OR WAS THIS INTENTIONAL?
Amid reports and speculation that Trump was caught between his own instincts and the more hawkish members of his team⏤Isn’t this part of the challenge the President is facing, those close to him edging him to conflict against his own reaction to stay out of war? Republican Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz tweeted his support of the president. “We do not need to go to war with Iran over an unmanned drone until we have more information. I am done with endless, unconstitutional regime change wars in the Middle East,” Gaetz wrote. Col Jim Waurishuk is retired from USAF, he is a career senior intelligence and special missions officer, served as Deputy Director for Intelligence for U.S. Central Command and has worked on the White House National Security Council.
Reparations – Does some form of compensatory payment needs to be made to the descendants of Africans that were trafficked and enslaved in America? Is this the current effort in an election season by Democrats to once again buy the votes of black Americans? Another unique perspective comes from John W. Fountain, columnist Chicago Sun-Times, who grabs a few eyeballs with this headline: Reparations? How about an end to the murder of us by us? Del Wilber is a former CIA and Department of Defense Intelligence and Counterterrorism Officer.
Man’s Best Friend – Did you know that dogs can detect cancer in the body even up to a year before it is detected by humans? Man’s Best Friend Can Sniff Out Up To 97 Percent Of Cancer In Humans! Dr. Cynthia M. Otto: “I absolutely believe that dogs can detect cancer, the bigger question is, how we will use them in the battle to fight cancer.” So how will we use this in the future, and when does the future start? Susan Price is an Investigative Researcher, a Patriot a Veteran Advocate and Gold Star Mother.