News Roundup 12/5/17

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  • Supreme Court puts Trump’s travel ban back into effect. [Link]
  • A Philadelphia judge denies bail to rapper Meek Mills because he is a “danger to the community.” [Link]
  • $500 million railgun will likely never see combat. [Link]
  • Justin Raimondo on how Russiagate became Israelgate. [Link]
  • Eric Margolis on chaos in DC benefiting North Korea. [Link]
  • Honduran President Hernandez is said to be still ahead in the voting after a partial recount of the presidential election. [Link]
  • The US and South Korean air forces are holding massive war games in South Korea. NSA McMaster says war with North Korea more likely. [Link]
  • Former SDF spokesmen speaks out about SDF ties to the PKK. He also explains how the YPG/PKK used Arab forces to get US weapons. He also claims the SDF has ties with Russia and Assad. [Link]
  • Israel carried out more airstrikes on Assad allied targets near Damascus. [Link]
  • The US missile defense system likely failed to hit Houthi converted SCUD missile fired at Saudi Arabia. [Link]
  • After several days of clashes, the Houthi have killed the former president of Yemen Salah. Last week the Houthi/Salah alliance dissolved and Salah allied himself with Saudi Arabia. [Link] Moon of Alabama reacts. [Link]
  • Senator Todd Young is holding up a State Department appointments to get answers about the Saudi blockade of Yemen. [Link]
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Read Scott Horton's new book Fool's Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan