Hillary Claims 'Fox News Is Always Trying To Impeach Me'
Clinton, who holds no political office, made the remarks in a speech to The Wing -- a women-only co-working space in New York City -- where, despite saying she was optimistic and had faith in diversity and young people, she painted a grim picture of the future of the U.S. “I don’t think we’ve seen the bottom yet, I think it's very unfortunate to contemplate but more can happen that would put our rights at risk, our freedom at risk, our values, our fundamental views about what it means to be Americans,” she said. Fox
VOA VIEW: Hillary sounds and acts like and is an idiot.

Chines Cyber Spies Pose Challenge For Trump Administration
Chinese espionage activity is posing a challenge for the Trump administration as it seeks to crack down on China for allegedly unfair trade practices, including persistent cyber intrusions targeting U.S. businesses. While China has largely stopped hacking into U.S. companies to steal intellectual property in accordance with a 2015 Obama-era pact, security experts say Beijing’s spies have continued to break into U.S. networks to advance China’s economic and national security ambitions—testing the limits of the deal. The Hill

America Marks 50th Anniversary Of MLK's Assassination
Martin Luther King III said his dad would be "very excited" about nonviolence and student-led movements in the US. In a second tweet, he posted side-by-side images of his father marching and #studentsforparkland chalked on a sidewalk. In the weeks since the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, students from the school and across the country have rallied for gun reform. CNN
VOA VIEW: What has changed?

In Shift, WH Says US Mission In Syria 'Coming To A Rapid End'
The U.S. military mission in Syria "is coming to a rapid end," the White House said on Wednesday in an announcement that fell well short of President Donald Trump's comments last week that American troops would leave the country "very soon." The White House statement claimed that the Islamic State is "almost completely destroyed" but that the United States remains "committed to eliminating the small ISIS presence in Syria that our forces have not already eradicated.” It did not set a fixed date for a withdrawal of the estimated 2,000 American troops in the war-ravaged Arab country. Politico

Trade war fears mount as China lists tariff targets, Trump doesn’t flinch
It was the second tit-for-tat exchange of tariff threats this week between the world’s two largest economies, and it sent the stock market into wild swings based on investors’ fears of a trade war. “This is not a trade war yet. It’s more like probing actions prior to a battle, with both sides gauging how far they can push the other without full-blown action,” said George Washington University economist Michael Moore. “But this is certainly how they might start.” The 106 products on China’s new tariffs list hit the U.S. and Mr. Trump where it hurts — in agriculture and other industries that do big business in China and dominate regions of the country that make up the president’s political base.
Washington Times
VOA VIEW: China will lose any trade war - they know it.


Silicon Valley CEOs Extend Condolences After YouTube Shooting
Apple CEO Tim Cook was among several executives who extended condolences to YouTube and its parent company, Google, after three people were shot at YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California. “From everyone at Apple, we send our sympathy and support to the team at YouTube and Google, especially the victims and their families,” Cook said on Twitter. Apple’s headquarters is located in Cupertino, California, a short drive away from YouTube’s campus. Fox Business

Parkland Student Who Shielded Others With Own Body, Last To Leave Hospital Alive
He has been improving but still has a long road ahead of healing, his attorney Alex Arreaza said last month. The teen had surgery last month to close the wounds on his legs, which his attorney described as cosmetic. In all, the teen has had nine surgeries, according to NBC. Borges has been hailed as a hero for using his body to block a classroom door during the school rampage killed 17 of his classmates and faculty members. “I think I was going to die,” he said on NBC. His friends have nicknamed him “the real Ironman,” according to the NBC story. Borges was among the most seriously wounded of the survivors. Sun-Sentinel

Black homeownership is as low as it was when housing discrimination was legal
That tweet took me to a blog post by Margery Austin Turner, senior vice president for program planning and management at the Urban Institute. She was putting into perspective how far we’ve come in housing discrimination in 50 years. “Until 1968, landlords could legally refuse to rent to African Americans and other people of color, and homeowners and real estate agents could refuse to show or sell them homes,” she writes. “Banks could deny mortgage loans based on a homebuyer’s race or a neighborhood’s racial mix. And white communities could pass zoning and land-use restrictions designed to keep people of color out. The federal Fair Housing Act declared these practices illegal, protecting people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home or applying for a mortgage loan.” Washinton Post
VOA VIEW: Dems have not helped Blacks in over 50 years of loyalty.

Mueller Told Trump's Attorneys, Trump Is Not Currently A Criminal Target
Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III informed President Trump’s attorneys last month that he is continuing to investigate the president but does not consider him a criminal target at this point, according to three people familiar with the discussions. In private negotiations in early March about a possible presidential interview, Mueller described Trump as a subject of his investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election. Washington Post

Britain Rejects Russian Demand For Role In Salisbury Posisoning Probe
Britain has rejected a Russian call for it to be involved in the investigation into the nerve agent attack in Salisbury. Addressing an extraordinary meeting of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague, UK ambassador John Foggo said that the demand was a sign that Moscow was “nervous” of what the probe will find. Mr Foggo accused Russia of showing “disdain” for the independence of the international body, which is conducting tests on samples of the nerve agent used in the March 4 attack on ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. Belfast Telegraph UK


Trump Would Not Be The First President To Send National Guard To Border
President Trump on Tuesday said he'd send the military to help guard the border until his long-promised border wall is built. The idea of deploying the National Guard to help enforcement along the border is nothing new. President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama both did it, in two operations that cost a total of more than $1.3 billion. Critics called those deployments costly and inefficient.  CNN
VOA VIEW: Leberals and Dems hate the real facts.

Putin On Skripal: We Don't Want Apologies, We Want Common Sense To Triumph
As the case for Moscow’s involvement in the poisoning of Sergei Skripal is weakened by new revelations, Russian President Vladimir Putin says he simply wants the diplomatic fallout over the incident to end. “We are not waiting for anything,” the Russian president said at a joint press conference with his Turkish and Iranian counterparts in Ankara, in response to a journalist who asked if Moscow was waiting for apologies from the UK for its accusations. RT

Republican Walker Sounds Alarm, Dems See Hope After Wisconsin Win
The dominating victory by a liberal candidate in Wisconsin's Supreme Court race emboldened Democrats deflated by years of defeats, pushing Republican Gov. Scott Walker to issue a series of warnings Wednesday about a possible "blue wave" in the red state. Democrats heralded Rebecca Dallet's victory as the clearest sign yet voters are back on their side after seven years of Republican control of the Wisconsin Statehouse and Donald Trump's 1-point victory in the state in 2016. ABC

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Planned Parenthood President: Kushner And Ivanka Offered A 'Bribe' To Stop Abortions
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards wrote in her new memoir that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump offered her a deal that she said felt like a "bribe" to stop providing abortions, according to People magazine. Richards, who is stepping down from her post this year, wrote in "Make Trouble: Standing Up, Speaking Out, and Finding the Courage to Lead" that she met with President Donald Trump's daughter and son-in-law in January 2017. She said the White House power couple, who are now senior administration aides, offered an increase in Planned Parenthood's federal funding if the organization stopped providing abortions.  CNBC

Hillary Dumps On Trump: We Haven't 'Seen The Bottom Yet'
Hillary Clinton addressed the ongoing #MeToo women’s rights movement Tuesday night, saying that she believed it still would have happened if she were elected president in 2016. “I believe that it was a wave that was building and building,” she said. “I think that my losing probably accelerated that wave, but the wave was coming.” Newsweek
VOA VIEW: Hillary should lock her mouth and hide some place.

Homeland Confirms Finding Surveillance Devices In Washington
An undisclosed number of surveillance devices known as “Stingrays”—used to track and intercept smartphone communications by posing as legitimate cell towers—are suspected to be in operation across Washington D.C., leading to fears foreign governments are using them to snoop on the capitol. Homeland Security revealed in a March 26 response to Democratic senator Ron Wyden that its National Protection and Programs Directorate [NPPD] had spotted “anomalous activity…that appears to be consistent with International Mobile Subscriber Identity [IMSI] catchers,”—the formal name for the technology. Newsweek


Zuckerberg: Facebook Will Apply EU Privacy Rules Globally 'In Spirit'
Facebook's CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, said on Tuesday that he agreed "in spirit" with a strict new European Union law on data privacy but stopped short of committing to it as the standard for the social network across the world. As Facebook reels from a scandal over the mishandling of personal information belonging to millions of users, the company is facing demands to improve privacy and learn from the landmark EU law scheduled to take effect next month. Business Insider
VOA VIEW: Facebook cannot be trusted.

Fight Or Flight? Boeing Drags Dow To Outsized Loss
The Boeing Co. (BA)  is in the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) and this morning it is also in the cross hairs of newly proposed trade tariffs by China. Leaving all the back-and-forth political "I told you so's" to others in the media, I want to take a look at the charts and indicators to give readers of Kamich's Korner some parameters this morning. The Street

Twitter CEO Rips Trump For 'Thoughts And Prayers' After YouTube Shooter
The CEO of Twitter urged President Trump — who offered his “thoughts and prayers” over the shooting at YouTube’s campus — to stop “being reactive” to gun violence. “We can’t keep being reactive to this, thinking and praying it won’t happen again at our schools, jobs, or our community spots. It’s beyond time to evolve our policies,” Jack Dorsey tweeted to Trump on Tuesday evening. NY Post

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Mitch McConnell Frets On Midterms: ‘The Wind Is Going To Be In Our Face’
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) acknowledged this week that the 2018 midterm cycle could prove especially difficult for the Republican Party in the face of increased Democratic voter enthusiasm. In an interview with Kentucky Today, published Tuesday, McConnell admitted: “This is going to be a challenging election year." “We know the wind is going to be in our face,” he continued. Daily Beast
VOA VIEW: Liberal MB trash talk will make them look as foolish as they are with the 2018 Republican win.

Trump: "We Are Not In A Trade War With China, That War Was Lost Many Years Ago"
Despite President Trump previously calling the US’ relationship with China “one-sided”, Trump once again insisted there is no impending trade war. Taking to Twitter this morning, the president tweeted: “We are not in a trade war with China, that war was lost many years ago by the foolish, or incompetent, people who represented the U.S. Now we have a Trade Deficit of $500 Billion a year, with Intellectual Property Theft of another $300 Billion. We cannot let this continue!” Gateway Pundit
VOA VIEW: The truth hurts.

IT Security Expert Sounds The Alarm Over Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Role In Awan Brothers Scandal
A cyber security expert is sounding the alarm over Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s role in the Awan Brothers scandal after new Congressional documents revealed all 44 House Democrats who hired IT staffer Imran Awan waived the background check on the shady Pakistani national. Gateway Pundit

Caravan Organizers Say They Will Continue, And Will Finish The Last Leg With Asylum-Seekers
Organizers of a Central American caravan traveling through Mexico said Tuesday that despite plans from immigration authorities to disband the group they would continue moving forward. Irineo Mujica, director of Pueblos Sin Fronteras, or People Without Borders, which has organized the caravan, said it will continue to the city of Puebla and then on to Mexico City. From that point on, however, only those who seem to have valid asylum claims in Mexico or the United States would continue moving north.  Buzz Feed

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Fox News's 'Hannity' DOMINATES Cable News Nielsen Ratings With 3.2M Viewers
Fox News Channel (FNC) started 2018 with a dominating lead, according to Nielsen Media Research, which released its first quarter (1Q) report on Tuesday. January-March 2018 marked the 65th consecutive quarter with Fox at the top of cable news ratings. In total viewers, "Hannity" took the gold, with 3.2 million. MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show" took silver, with 2.99 million viewers, and FNC's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" had bronze, with 2.91 million. Two more Fox shows, "The Ingraham Angle" and "Special Report with Bret Baier" came in fourth and fifth, with 2.5 million and 2.4 million respectively. PJ Media
VOA VIEW: Bottom line - Fox is the leader.

Jorge Ramos Says Trump Wants To ‘Make America White Again'
“Can we just agree on this point?” Carlson said. “That a country that exterminated its black population, that is run exclusively by white people, that had a caste system based on blood until pretty recently, probably shouldn’t be calling us racist. Can we–let’s take that out of the equation. This is an economic argument about who benefits from migration. It’s not really about race…” “No, I don’t think so,” Ramos said. “No Tucker, I think we should criticize both countries. There’s discrimination in Mexico and there’s a lot of discrimination, we have to say that, but when we have a president like President Trump who’s made racist statements, who clearly wants to make America white again by…” Daily Caller

YouTube Shooter Posted Bizarre Anti-Meat Videos
Nasim Najafi Aghdam, the 39-year-old woman who committed Wednesday’s shooting at YouTube’s headquarters, had a history of posting bizarre and radical videos. Aghdam reportedly had her own website with links to multiple YouTube channels and an Instagram account that expressed a devotion to veganism and a personal grudge against YouTube for allegedly censoring leftist content. In one video, Aghdam accuses the video sharing site of discriminating against her content and unfairly demonetizing her videos. Daily Caller

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