After eight years of waging relentless war against whistleblowers and transparency at home and abroad, President Obama is suddenly being portrayed as a merciful defender of those who blow the whistle. On January 17, Obama commuted the sentence of Bradley Manning, a former U.S. Army intelligence analyst and self-styled “transgender” now going by the name Chelsea, who pleaded guilty under the Espionage Act of leaking hundreds of thousands of U.S. diplomatic and military cables to pro-transparency site WikiLeaks. Reactions to Obama's decision were mixed.

An illegal alien has filed a lawsuit against San Francisco law-enforcement officers for violating San Francisco’s sanctuary city law by arresting and detaining him.

Alexander Soros, in giving $4.5 million to various progressive Democrat Party groups, programs and campaigns in 2016, is just getting started. Wait until he gains full control of his father’s fortune.

As Inauguration Day comes down to the wire, the moves of globalists and intel chiefs point to frightening prospects.

At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Vice President Joe Biden said, “It is imperative that we act urgently to defend the liberal international order.”

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