Hottest News Picks for August 20, 2019

1 Marianne Williamson Unveils Her Department of Peace

DNC candidate Marianne Williamson is, once again, at the verge of whipping out her chakra crystals with her latest policy announcement. She plans to create the “Department of Peace” in an attempt to make our country safer and more hospitable. It sounds great in theory until we remember how Liberals treats those who go against THEIR version of peace.

For the Left, “peace” means spending taxpayer dollars to fund causes that, while noble in intent, don’t address the larger issues and are ripe for abuse. It also entails forcing safe spaces upon people.

Given the tyranny of the “tolerant Left,” it’s not such a slippery slope for this “Department of Peace” to go from promoting peace and harmony to enforcing it.

2 Italian Leadership Undergoing Significant Renovations

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has chosen to resign instead of facing the results of a vote of confidence. The short-lived nationalistic government is going down with Conte, which antagonized the European Union. Critics opposed the isolationist approach Italy took under the watch of Conte’s establishment.

Italy was already struggling financially before this announcement. The Italian stock market continues to decline with this news, but some are optimistic about the future. This is a major shakeup for Europe and we’ll continue to update you as this story develops.

3 Iran Official Says They Should Have Never Signed the Nuclear Deal

Even some Iranians knew the danger of Obama’s disastrous nuclear deal. Ali Shamkhani, secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, says he was just “following the viewpoints of my nation” during the interview when he called the deal a mistake.

In spite of what the Left believes, Trump was doing everyone a favor by pulling out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. With that said, Iran is still uncooperative due to Trump’s sanctions. Admitting the Obama-era policy as a failure is a step in the right direction, though.

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