Posts Tagged ‘reviewing’

Pompeo: We’ll honor Israel’s military edge, but are reviewing arms sales to UAE

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu emphasized on Monday that America was committed to maintaining Israel’s military superiority in the region while appearing to hint at an impending deal by which the Trump administration would provide the United Arab Emirates with advanced fighter jets. “The United States has a legal […]

Pompeo: U.S. reviewing UAE arms deal but Israel’s military edge will be preserved

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U.S. bombs own rebels in Syria in not-so-friendly fire incident

     A US warplane hit the forces of an allied Sunni Muslim militant group that Washington had trained in an apparent case of friendly fire in late May, according to a WSJ report. Pentagon has launched an internal investigation. On May 27 and May 28, the US conducted a series of airstrikes in and around […]

Secretary of Defense Announces How He’ll Waste $582 Billion

You hear that? It’s the sound of 582 billion dollar bills falling down an infinitely deep hole, as narrated by your Secretary of Defense, Ash Carter. Yes, his name’s Ash. And yes, he’s going to spend a couple billion defending outer space from ISIS. In a speech delivered and published today, Carter […]

Why All White Women Are Feminists

Here are the top five reasons that all White women are feminists, no matter what they say. 5) They have emotions In addition to boobs and vaginas, which are actually useful, women have yucky emotions and stuff.  They often will start crying when they are upset, and even sometimes raise their voices. It’s a disgusting […]

US appeals court backs Google’s book-scanning project

The New York Second Circuit Court of Appeals backed a lower court’s ruling that Google was exercising “fair use” of the books it was scanning and making available for online users to search and read excerpts of the text Google’s colossal project to digitize the world’s books does not violate copyright law, a US appeals […]

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