In a statement made from the Senate floor, John McCain of Arizona accused Rand Paul of "working for Vladimir Putin."

Drone strikes — and other airborne assaults — have increased dramatically in the Donald Trump administration.

President Donald Trump is looking for ways to slash U.S. taxpayer funding of the United Nations by at least 50 percent, according to administration sources cited in a news report that sparked headlines and globalist panic worldwide.

A North Korean statement warned of “merciless” attacks if U.S. and South Korean forces engaged in joint exercises infringe on its sovereignty “even a bit.”

A bipartisan bill to prohibit U.S. taxpayer funding and arming of terrorist groups and their associates is making progress in Congress, most recently having a companion bill introduced in the Senate by popular liberty-minded U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.). The legislation, originally sponsored in the House by Democrat Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, takes aim at lawless U.S. government “regime change” schemes overseas that often involve providing money, weapons, training, and other support to savage terror organizations. High-profile voices on both sides of the aisle have joined forces to get the bill passed into law. Of course, aiding designated terror groups is already a serious crime, but for whatever reasons, the laws have not been enforced against federal officials.

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