Defense Minister: Japan Observing Unusual Developments in North Korea

Defense Minister:  Japan Observing Unusual Developments in North Korea

“WE ARE EXCHANGING INFORMATION ABOUT THAT” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 27, 2020) — On Thursday Japan’s defense minister, Taro Kono, said at a Foreign Correspondents’ Club of Japan symposium that his country notes “movement” within communist North Korea which he tenuously described as “strange.” The English-speaking session included substantial questions from reporters after Kono thanked […]

Trump Points to South Korean News Reports Re: John Bolton, Classified Information

Trump Points to South Korean News Reports Re: John Bolton, Classified Information

SOUTH KOREA SAYS RELEASE “DANGEROUS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 23, 2020) — In response to an article published by the South Korean Yonhap News Agency on Monday, President Trump referred to “classified information” allegedly released by his former national security advisor, John Bolton, gleaned from the administration’s negotiations with North and South Korea. “See, Bolton […]

Trump Claims Victory as Judge Declines to Halt Tuesday Release of Bolton Book

Trump Claims Victory as Judge Declines to Halt Tuesday Release of Bolton Book

WIN, LOSS, OR DRAW? by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 20, 2020) — At approximately 11:45 AM EDT Saturday, President Trump claimed victory after a Friday federal court hearing over whether or not his former national security advisor, John Bolton, should be permitted to distribute his book beginning on Tuesday. “BIG COURT WIN against Bolton,” Trump tweeted. […]

Friday Afternoon: Impeachment Trial Resumes

Friday Afternoon:  Impeachment Trial Resumes

“WITNESSES AND DOCUMENTS” by Sharon Rondeau (Jan. 31, 2020) — At approximately 1:17 p.m. EST, the Senate trial of President Donald J. Trump resumed with four hours of deliberation over whether or not “witnesses and documents” will be called for over the coming days. On Wednesday and Thursday, Senators submitted written questions to the presiding […]

The Constitution in the Donald Trump Era

The Constitution in the Donald Trump Era

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  NOV. 11, 2016 by Mike Maharrey, Communications Director, Tenth Amendment Center (Nov. 11, 2016) — The election of Donald Trump has changed the political dynamics in Washington, D.C., but it will not fundamentally change our work at the Tenth Amendment Center. We will continue to aggressively fight unconstitutional federal actions with the […]

Open Letter to Amb. John Bolton on Obama’s Fraudulent Documents

Open Letter to Amb. John Bolton on Obama’s Fraudulent Documents

WHAT IS AMERICA’S SURVIVAL WORTH? by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 20, 2015) — In a newsletter issued on Friday morning by the John Bolton PAC, former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton sought donations to counter the “unprecedented surrender” in which he said the Obama regime is engaging in its negotiations with Iran over its nuclear ambitions […]

Breaking: Report: Proof that White House Knew of Benghazi Terror Attack Shortly After it Occurred

Breaking:  Report:  Proof that White House Knew of Benghazi Terror Attack Shortly After it Occurred

APPARENT UNMISTAKABLE COVER-UP OF TERRORIST ATTACK by Sharon Rondeau (Oct. 23, 2012) — Greta van Susteren of Fox News is reporting now that documents obtained by Fox News show that there were communications among the State Department, White House, the Pentagon, and other officials “in real time” during the attack on the U.S. consulate in […]

Iran Nuclear Reactor is now functional

BUT ARE THEIR INTENTIONS PEACEFUL? by Sharon Rondeau (Aug. 30, 2010) — On August 21, 2010, the nuclear power plant located in the Bushehr province of Iran began to receive fuel rods in preparation for its production of electricity later this year despite “Western pressure to rein in its nuclear ambitions.” A previous report from […]

What the rest of the world says about the fake U.S. president

ALLIES AROUND THE WORLD HAVE BEEN SNUBBED, ALIENATED AND THROWN UNDER THE BUS BY OBAMA by Sharon Rondeau (Jun. 12, 2010) — In March of last year, Obama failed to give then-British Prime Minister Gordon Brown a proper welcome because he was “too tired.”  The excuse given to Mr. Brown’s office was that White House […]