Human Rights, TerraViva United Nations Mongolian consular officers take part in IOM counter trafficking training in Ulaanbaatar. Photo: IOM 2018 Ulaanbaatar, Jun 19 2018 (IOM) – IOM, the UN Migration Agency, in collaboration with the Consular Department of Mongolia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has organized a pre-departure training on humanRead More →

An odd sea creature that washed up on a Texas beach is puzzling park rangers. The odd-looking fish that lives on the ocean floor shocked Texas park rangers when it washed up on Padre Island National Seashore in Corpus Christi last week. Fox News detailed a photographer’s discovery of the odd-looking creature. Photographer Edie BreslerRead More →

President Trump went way off script during a Tuesday speech at the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) – lashing out against everything from the “deep state” to the intense immigration debate, which he calls a distraction from Congressional hearings on the recently released Inspector General’s (OIG) report on FBIRead More →

A week ago we exposed an awkward reality – that as a handful of mega-tech companies in America were dragging stock indices higher, some of the world’s most systemically important financial institutions were falling dramatically. And things have got considerably worse in the last few days… At some point, saysRead More →

Bombshell text messages sent between two anti-Trump FBI agents eight days after the agency officially began investigating then-candidate Donald Trump was incredibly difficult to unearth – requiring a four-step investigative process, according to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz during Monday’s Congressional testimony. The August 8, 2016 text exchange in question can be found in the OIG report releasedRead More →

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When his car crashed during a race at the South Boston Speedway on June 16, 2018, driver Mike Jones was rescued from the fiery wreck by his father. Watch:  For more racing videos, check out TMRacingVideos on YouTube. Delivered by The Daily Sheeple We encourage you to share andRead More →

Despite promises from various foreign officials that just a little more intervention and just a few more billion in bailouts from Lagarde will ‘fix’ the “short-term speculator-driven” crisis in Emerging Markets (even as Brazil admits failure), things are escalating way beyond the idiosyncratic fears of Argentina and Turkey… As investorsRead More →

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via, “It is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart,” says former first lady Laura Bush of the Trump administration policy of “zero tolerance,” under which the children of illegal migrants are being detained apart from their parents. “Disgraceful,” adds Dr. Franklin Graham.Read More →