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One of China’s top diplomats to the US warned Washington that Beijing would invade Taiwan should the US ever send a Navy ship to the island nation, which China considers to be a wayward province.

Li Kexin, a minister with the Chinese Embassy to the United States, said during an embassy event on Friday that he had told American officials that China would activate their Anti-Secession Law if US naval vessels were sent to the Taiwan Strait.

The law, passed in 2005, denies Taiwan’s statehood and outlines Beijing’s methods to make the unification of the two Chinas a reality. But the bill also mentions “non-peaceful action” (that being warfare) if China believes that all possibility of a bloodless unification has been lost.

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A Coast Guard ship makes its way past the Statue of Liberty on the opening day of Fleet Week in New York City on May 24, 2017. (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

A U.S. Coast Guard cutter ship intercepted a self-propelled, semi-submersible vessel that was smuggling more than 3,800 pounds of cocaine off the coast of Texas last month.

On Nov. 12, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Marine Operations (AMO) tracked the vessel through international waters before arresting the drug smuggling crew, according to a CBP statement.

All three were arrested and the cocaine was seized. The suspects will face charges in the United States.

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Shameless police apologists have taken to social media to celebrate the death of Daniel Shaver while referring to the cop who killed him as a hero and a victim.

Phoenix, AZ —  In March of 2016, Mesa Police Officer Philip Brailsford was charged with second-degree murder for gunning down Daniel Shaver, an innocent husband, and father of two. The shooting was captured on body cam footage, part of which was released the following May. On Thursday, a jury, apparently blinded by the badge delivered a verdict of not guilty and the rest of the body camera footage was released—showing a cold-blooded murder.

Immediately after Brailsford was acquitted, police apologists took to Facebook to praise this killer cop and gloat in the death of an innocent father and husband.

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The US economy is caught in a trap. That trap is the Department of Defense: an increasingly sticky wicket that relies on an annual, trillion-dollar redistribution of government-collected wealth. In fact, it’s the biggest “big government” program on the planet, easily beating out China’s People’s Liberation Army in both size and cost. It is not only the “nation’s largest employer,” with 2.867 million people currently on the payroll, but it also provides government benefits to 2 million retirees and their family members. And it actively picks private sector winners by targeting billions of dollars to an elite group of profit-seeking contractors.

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The Execution of SEAL Team Six


On May 5th, I had an email conversation with a retired military man with spook contacts. All were in total agreement that the Bin Laden episode was pure theater. The SEALS were sent into a compound as evidenced by the lost chopper on site. But Osama Bin Laden wasn’t in that compound.

Osama Bin Laden has been dead for years. Bin Laden had a genetic condition that caused renal failure (this genetic condition is common among deeply inbred Saudi arab muslims).

Bin Laden had been on dialysis BEFORE 9/11. Dialysis is difficult enough for people in first world countries who can have it done in outstanding facilities. Bin Laden was having it done either in caves or in homes post 9/11.

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MIAMI, United States (CMC) — The United States Coast Guard says crewmembers aboard the Coast Guard Cutter William Trump repatriated 15 Cuban migrants to Bahia de Cabañas, Cuba, Saturday.

The US Coast Guard said the aircrew from Coast Guard Air Station Miami observed a migrant rustic Wednesday while on patrol about 65 miles southeast of Dry Tortugas, Florida.

Watch-standers at Coast Guard Sector Key West “diverted the cutter William Trump crew who arrived on scene, interdicted and safely embarked the migrants,” the Coast Guard said.

“Illegal migrant ventures at sea are both risky and dangerous,” said Commander Willie Carmichael, deputy chief of enforcement for the Coast Guard 7th District.

“The Coast Guard and its partner agencies will continue to maintain a constant presence to stop and prevent illegal migration, and do everything we can to rescue those who put themselves at risk aboard unseaworthy rafts before they end tragically.”

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PC James Dixon was killed in a motorcycle crash on Tuesday. Credit: Thames Valley Police

A police officer who appeared in the TV show Road Wars has been killed in a motorcycle crash.

Colleagues described him as a “hugely respected officer” and said they were “devastated” at the news.

PC Dixon, 39, died in a collision involving the motorcycle he was riding and a car.

The passenger in the car, a 91-year-old woman, was also killed.

The driver of the vehicle was injured in the incident and has been taken to hospital for treatment. Her injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

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The Trump administration is asking a federal judge to delay a requirement to begin accepting transgender recruits to the military on Jan. 1.

“Specifically, Defendants request that the Court stay the portion of its preliminary injunction requiring Defendants to begin accessing transgender individuals into the military on January 1, 2018, pending a decision by the D.C. Circuit on Defendants’ appeal,” the government wrote in a motion filed late Wednesday.

The administration and the plaintiffs have asked for a decision by noon Monday.

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South Korea’s Navy said Thursday it will unveil a bust of a late US commander in memory of his contributions to the growth of the country’s naval forces during his wartime service here six decades ago.

The sculpture of Capt. Michael J. Luosey will be formally made public at a ceremony to be held at the Naval Academy in Jinhae, South Gyeongsang Province, later in the day.

Luosey served as the head of the Commander Task Group with the operational control of South Korea’s Navy during the 1950-53 Korean War, while the Navy’s combat operations were conducted at the order of Chief of Adm. Sohn Won-il, the nation’s first chief of naval operations.

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The hallways at the Soldiers and Sailors home is a bit more festive today, thanks to several members of the US Coast Guard.

Coast Guard members arrived at the Soldiers and Sailors Home to help hang holiday wreaths on residents doors and in the hallways.  For these guys, it’s a chance to give back to the community that brought them here today and an opportunity to meet the men and women who served our country.

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