BY: ARDAVAN KHOSHNOOD, MIDDLE EAST QUARTERLY, 06/29/2018 On January 16, 1979, Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi, who had ruled Iran for nearly thirty-eight years, left the country in the face of a nationwide popular revolution—never to return. Shortly after his departure, it became known that the deposed monarch suffered from advanced cancer, and on July 27, 1980, he passed away in Cairo, at age sixty.
BY: SCOTT RUIZ, FREE BEACON, 06/29/2018 Left-wing billionaire Tom Steyer said perhaps there could be a "nuclear war" that would provide a "real course correction" to Donald Trump's presidency during an interview published by Rolling Stone.
BY: CHUCK ROSS, DAILY CALLER, 06/29/2018 Associated Press reporters might have provided the tip that led the FBI to search a storage unit used by former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, an FBI agent said in federal court on Friday.
BY: BRUCE THORNTON, FRONPAGE MAGAZINE, 06/29/2018 No policy debate is more filled with dishonesty and duplicity than immigration. The whine of political axes being ground is continually drowned out by Emma Lazarus sentimentalism, "we're a nation of immigrants" clichés, promiscuous virtue-signaling, and the current weepy melodramas of children "ripped from their mother's arms." The whole sordid business exists, of course, to perfume some simple truths: Leviathan Dems want more voters and more dependents of the entitlement-industrial complex; Wall Street Republicans want plentiful cheap labor. The only thing missing are the facts about the reality of immigration both illegal and legal.
BY: STEVEN EMERSON, INVESTIGATIVE PROJECT ON TERRORISM, 06/29/2018 In jumping to appear before cameras and rallies to condemn this week's Supreme Court ruling on President Trump's travel ban, several elected Democrats empowered and legitimized an Islamist group whose leaders continue to engage in radical, incendiary speech.