Saturday, August 5, 2017

Clinton approves a plan to give North Korea nuclear

President Clinton approved a plan to arrange more than $4 billion in energy aid to North Korea during the next decade in return for a commitment from the country's hard-line Communist leadership to freeze and gradually dismantle its nuclear weapons development program. "This agreement will help achieve a longstanding and vital American objective -- an end to the threat of nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula,"

 "This agreement is good for the United States, good for our allies, and good for the safety of the entire world," Mr. Clinton said in a brief appearance in the White House press room. "It's a crucial step toward drawing North Korea into the global community."

The accord calls for a consortium of nations, led by South Korea and Japan, to provide the North with two light-water nuclear reactors, designed in a manner that makes it far more difficult for the North to convert nuclear waste into atomic weapons. 

 But the agreement also allows North Korea to keep those rods for an unspecified number of years. This provision means that the potential that North Korea could break its agreements and quickly produce nuclear weapons will not disappear until the end of the decade. 

 American officials said that after some initial balking, Seoul had agreed to pay somewhat more than 50 percent of the cost of building the reactors -- the design of which will be based on a nuclear plant in Ulchin, South Korea -- and that Japan would probably pay 30 percent or more. 

  Following the collapse of this agreement in 2002, North Korea claimed that it had withdrawn from the NPT in January 2003 and once again began operating its nuclear facilities.

 But what happens next? And who is in a position to lay down the law to North Korea and its nuclear program? Its closest ally China is reluctant to go further than a statement of condemnation and Pyongyang is already subject to the strictest sanctions in the world. There are few options left, short of cutting off the power supplies -- in effect, turning off the lights in North Korea.

More to come,
Wagg Dogg

Chicago Mayor Emanuel All Illegal Immigrants Welcomed

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city plans to sue the U.S. Department of Justice over President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, specifically over the so-called sanctuary cities program.
 Chicago is considered a sanctuary city in part because Chicago law prohibits police from providing federal ICE officials access to people who are in the Police Department's custody, unless they are wanted on a criminal warrant or have serious criminal convictions.

It also prohibits local police from allowing ICE agents to use their facilities for interviews or investigations. And it bars on-duty officers from responding to ICE inquiries or talking to ICE officials about a person's custody status or release date.

Welcoming City Ordinance
This is Chapter 2-173 of the Chicago Code, titled “Welcoming City Ordinance.” It is part of Title 2, titled “City Government And Administration.” It contains 9 laws. It’s comprised of the following 9 sections.

  Chicago protects immigrants through city ordinance, through CPD directives, and through public services. The primary mode of this protection is “non-cooperation”: the City of Chicago and its departments will not cooperate with federal authorities to arrest, detain, or deport undocumented resident.

“We are not going to be between picking our values of who we are as a welcoming city, and strengthening our police department,” Emanuel said in the interview.

 “We’re not going to actually auction off our values as a city, so Monday morning the City of Chicago is going to court; we’re going to take the Justice Department to court based on this,” he said. “We find it unlawful and unconstitutional to be, as a city, coerced on a policy."

So a city says that we find it unlawful and unconstitutional to be coerced on a policy. And Chicago thugs say that we find it unlawful and unconstitutional to be coerced on a policy not to own a gun.  Who is right? 

More to come,
Wagg Dogg


Friday, August 4, 2017

CNN Lies about UN Ambasssador Samantha Powers Testmony

(of a person) cause (someone) to believe something that is not true, typically in order to gain some personal advantage.

(CNN)Samantha Power, who served as former President Barack Obama's ambassador to the United Nations, is expected to be interviewed Friday by Senate intelligence committee investigators as part of their Russia probe, according to a source familiar with the matter.

This is how CNN deceive it's viewers by not telling the whole story or twisting the words to their benefit. Above is an article written 

(The Washington Times) 
Former United Nations Ambassador Samantha Power will become the latest Obama-era official to meet with congressional investigators probing a vastly different side of the Russian election meddling story, the possibility the previous White House spied on Trump campaign and transition personnel, when she gives private testimony Friday before a congressional panel.

And again CNN deceives it's audience by twisting their words and printing investigate and address Russia's interference.

(CNN) "Ambassador Power strongly supports any bipartisan effort to investigate and address Russia's interference in our electoral process and she wanted to engage both the House and Senate Committees charged with investigating it," Pressman said. "Long before receiving an invitation to engage the congressional committees, Ambassador Power stressed the importance of determining the full extent of this threat to our national security and learning lessons from what has happened."

There is one thing that I do agree with Ambassador Powers
the importance of determining the full extent of this threat to our national security. The Obama White House looks increasingly to have committed a crime by using U.S. intelligence for political purposes. This is why Samantha went to Washington. To testify about her roll in unmasking hundreds of US citizens.

More to come!
Wagg Dogg

Monday, October 3, 2016

Trump bounces back in latest poll

Trump jumped from 35 percent Friday to 39 percent Sunday, while Clinton fell from 45 to 44 over the same period. 
 Clinton had opened a 10-point gap at the end of last week, but her margin was back to 44-39 to start the week. The numbers show only a 1-point post-debate uptick for Clinton, who led Trump 43-39 the day of the showdown.

Despite a horrendous week, which began with an much-panned debate performance and ended with a feud with a beauty queen and new questions about his income taxes, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has pulled back within 5 percentage points of Democrat Hillary Clinton in the latest tracking data from The Times-Picayune/Lucid presidential poll released Monday (Oct. 3).

 The poll has been in the field since Aug. 1, asking the same questions each day and reflect swings based on daily news and events. The trendline since the candidates Sept. 26 debate, however, shows only a slight uptick for Clinton, who was widely seen as "winning" the high-profile televised showdown.

 Among the third-party candidates, Libertarian Gary Johnson dropped from 9 points to 6 points over the course of the week. Green Party nominee Jill Stein remained at 2 points. The number of undecided voters was 10 percent.

 Don't look at just the numbers look at the direction the candidates are going.