Oleksandr Onyshchenko, Ukrainian Fugitive Who Claimed to Have Dirt on Burisma, Is Arrested

“A former Ukrainian member of parliament who has claimed to have dirt on a company linked to the Bidens was arrested earlier this week in Germany, The Daily Beast has confirmed. Oleksandr Onyshchenko, who worked closely with Ukraine’s previous president before fleeing the country after being accused of embezzlement, has been living in Europe for several years. German authorities arrested him in Aachen on Friday. ”


Hundreds of parents say kids wrongly taken from them after doctors misdiagnosed abuse

“The doctor said red splotches on their 6-week-old’s skin and healing rib fractures were each “diagnostic of physical abuse.”

Other experts who reviewed the records and examined the baby on behalf of the Parkers disagreed. Two of the doctors noted that the baby had a significant Vitamin D deficiency that could lead to fractures in infants from routine handling. Another reported that the marks on the child’s skin — which the parents first noticed and brought to the attention of doctors — did not behave like bruises, and appeared to match the straps of the baby’s swing.”


Inclusive or hypocritical? Mixed reviews for Trump campaign’s LGBTQ merchandise

Moran added that the president has a track record of advocating for the LGBTQ community through his words and policy, citing the administration’s February announcement of a campaign to decriminalize homosexuality globally and last week’s announcement that the U.S. government will start a national HIV-prevention program that will distribute free HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis medication as examples of such advocacy.


Japanese island of Mageshima could become an unsinkable US aircraft carrier – CNN

“Three square miles of volcanic rock on the edge of the East China Sea may one day be used as an unsinkable aircraft carrier for the United States Navy in the event of war in Asia.

Japan’s government announced this week that it’s buying Mageshima Island, an uninhabited outcrop 21 miles (34 kilometers) from the southernmost Japanese main island of Kyushu.”


U.S. Coast Guard Intercepts Highlight Growing Drug Submarine Epidemic

I’m all for going after drug smugglers… but don’t piss on our leg and tell us it’s raining…

“Even in international waters crewing an unregistered semi-submersible is illegal. This may actually increase the safety of the crews. Previously crews attempted to scuttle the boat because without the cocaine no crime could be proven. But now merely being on the low profile boat is illegal, so there is less incentive to abandon ship. Staying aboard and awaiting capture reduces the risk of drowning.”


Bernie Sanders unveils $150 billion plan to expand high-speed internet access

Well he didn’t say Nationalize… but it would be Government owned…

Sanders calls for broadband to be considered a public utility, much like electricity, and calls access “a basic human right.” The plan would provide $150 billion in grants and technical assistance to states and communities for the purpose of building out their own “democratically controlled, co-operative, or open access broadband networks.”