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White House Staff Should Resign En Masse in Protest of Donald Trump's Racism

I have no respect for Kelly or any other administration official who doesnt resign in protest, if they remain on Trumps staff they are complicit in his racism and bigotry.

SOP newswirePresident Signs 2007 Defense Authorization Act - WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2006 " The fiscal 2007 National Defense Authorization Act provides more than $530 billion to maintain the military
Grace SinopoliThe Current State of the Union - Understand that I am a very political person with very strong views. Ask anyone. So while the U.S. is at least pretending to be the superpower in this world, there are a bunch of things that need to change.
SOP newswireCuban Reporters Still Face Harassment, Human Rights Official Says - Despite the temporary transfer of governmental power in Cuba on July 31, the Cuban dictatorship continues to subject independent journalists in the Caribbean nation to
SOP newswirePresident George W. Bush named David Broome to be Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs - The President has named David Broome to be Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs. Mr. Broome recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Senate Affairs at the Department of Defense. He received his bachelor's degree from American University.
SOP newswireU.N. Responses to North Korea, Iran Linked, State's Burns Says - New York -- The crisis over North Korea's reported underground nuclear test is helping to unify the permanent members of the Security
SOP newswireRice Says Iran Should Think Twice About Following North Korea - Washington – The swift international response to North Korea’s reported nuclear weapons test should serve as a lesson to the Iranian regime about what lies ahead if it insists on pursuing its nuclear
SOP newswireUnited States Announces Actions on Cuba, Haiti Embargoes - Washington -- The United States has formed a task force to clamp down on violators of its long-standing economic and trade embargo against Cuba and has partially lifted the 15-year-old U.S. arms embargo on Haiti.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Welcomes President Garcia of Peru to the White House - PRESIDENT BUSH: Bienvenidos, Mr. Presidente, a la Casa Blanca. I'm proud to welcome the President of Peru to the Oval Office. We've had a fascinating and important discussion. First of all, I appreciated his experience, and I appreciated his advice on some key issues.
Michael CostelloWest Virginia preparing for technologically advanced general election - State elections officials are in preparation for the first general election to use federally mandated electronic voting machines
SOP newswireDemocracy Discussion With Print Media - SECRETARY RICE: Well, thank you. I will say just a few words because I would like to take the maximum time to take your questions and talk about whatever is on your mind. Well, the United States and Egypt have a long and important strategic relationship. I think it is a relationship that can be characterized as one of friendship and cooperation. And in a relationship of friendship it is possible to talk about the entire range of issues before our countries and it is in that spirit that we have talked, especially since the President's Second Inaugural Address, about the importance
Will RobertsIt is the start of Football season, and dodgeball season in Washington. - Now seems like some of the money they raised went to redo the super dome … $180 million to be exact.
SOP newswireUnited Nations Should Approve Darfur Force Now, Bush Says - Washington -- President Bush says the world has a responsibility to respond to genocide in the Darfur region of Sudan and the United Nations
Krzys WasilewskiThe UN: United Nattering - Why the UN is ineffective and instead of making the world a better place, it makes nothing?
SOP newswireGood morning from President Bush - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Today I want to talk to you about a matter of national security that has been in the news -- the National Intelligence Estimate on terrorism. The NIE is a classified document that analyzes the threat we face from terrorists and extremists. Parts of this classified document
SOP newswireBush Says Iraq Action Has Not Worsened Terror Threat - President Bush rejected the notion that the 2003 U.S. and coalition military action in Iraq has worsened the threat from terrorism. He also warned
George Curry (Former Featured Editor)Pimp My Rights - Condoleezza Rice and the Civil Rights Movement - When I sat down to watch 60 Minutes Sunday night, I knew that Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice would be appearing.
Juliet MaruruODM Kenya protest graft by anti-graft boss. - The ODM movement has just concluded a peaceful demonstration protesting against Justice Aaron Ringera's laxity and supposed corruption in dealing with graft cases.
SOP newswireNegroponte Says Intelligence Estimate Should be Broadly Viewed - WASHINGTON, Sept. 26, 2006 – The classified national intelligence estimate, “Trends in Global Terrorism,” was not just an examination of Iraq and international terrorism, but far broader, the director of national intelligence said here yesterday.
SOP newswireEPA and Destiny USA Announce Memorandum of Understanding - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Destiny USA today signed an agreement committing the company to use environmentally-sound practices in constructing and running its project in Syracuse, N.Y. EPA Regional Administrator Alan J. Steinberg and Destiny USA founder and chairman Robert Congel signed and discussed the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), which touches on design, construction and
SOP newswireIn weekly radio address, president calls for confronting an ideology of hate - The United States has chosen to stand with moderates and reformers in the broader Middle East in an effort to create a world in which “the voices of moderation are empowered, and where the extremists are marginalized,” President Bush said.
Will RobertsThis week politicans used SPIN-ach to gain strength around the world! - I see where Hungary’s prime minister is dealing with his own NSA (that stands for Nobody Safe Anymore).
SOP newswireU.S. can afford to be bold with North Korea, Representative Leach says - Washington -- The chairman of the House International Relations Subcommittee on Asia and the Pacific is urging the Bush administration to consider “bilateral initiatives” with North Korea.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with Iraqi President Talabani - PRESIDENT BUSH: I want to thank the President of Iraq for joining us. President Talabani, you and your colleagues here have given us time so we can strategize together to help you succeed.
Stacey SmithMorgantown County Clerk Urges Voter Registration - With only about 2 months left before this year’s General Election, the Monongalia County Clerk’s office and local political parties are trying to get people registered to vote.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Meets with French President Chirac - PRESIDENT BUSH: It's been a pleasure to have a meaningful, strategic dialogue with Jacques Chirac. We talked about a lot of subjects. It's important that France and the United States work closely to keep the peace. We talked about Iran, we talked about Syria, we talked about the Palestinian-Israeli issue, we talked about Darfur; we talked about common problems and how to solve those problems. It was a very constructive and important dialogue.
Will RobertsDick Cheney - Dancing with the stars. - Will Roberts - Weekly telegram from my travels current events. All I know is what little I hear on the internet- now a days you can download anything.
SOP newswireRelease of Foreign Relations Volume - The Department of State released today Foreign Relations of the United States, 1969-1976, Volume E-4, Documents on Iran and Iraq, 1969-1972, as an electronic-only publication. This volume is the latest publication in the subseries of the Foreign Relations series that documents the most important decisions and actions of the foreign policy of the administrations
Natassia DonohueThe End of Blair: Britain's Leader Will Resign - Since 1997, Tony Blair has proved himself time and again to be a strong and effective leader of Great Britain. However, as of September 7thof 2006, he has announced his resignation in an appeasement for his un-supportive public and co-counsels.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Discusses Progress in the Global War on Terror - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. Please be seated. (Applause.) Thank you. Sonny, thanks for the introduction. Thanks for your leadership. It's always a pleasure to be in Georgia. I appreciate you coming -- (applause) -- and I appreciate the chance to speak here before the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. And I thank you for what you do. For 15 years, you'v
SOP newswireU.S. Calls Lifting of Lebanese Air Blockade - Washington -- The State Department said Israel’s lifting of its air blockade of Lebanon is “an important step” in implementing U.N. Security Council Resolution 1701, and applauded Germany’s work with the governments of Israel and Lebanon to end the blockade.
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