Speaking at the Alumisource manufacturing plant in Monessen, Pennsylvania, on June 28, Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump outlined his plan to “Make America Great Again,” focusing on globalization, which he blamed for “moving our jobs, our wealth and our factories to Mexico and overseas.”
The Justice Department has announced that it will mandate “implicit bias” training for its employees to ensure that they are not permitting unconscious bias to influence their law-enforcement decisions. The training program is the latest in the DOJ's long history of advancing a narrative that non-whites are the victims of institutional prejudice — despite much evidence to the contrary.
In its final report on the death of U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans in Libya, the GOP-controlled House Select Committee on Benghazi failed to provide meaningful answers or accountability on the most serious issues and questions surrounding the attack. Chief among those issues was the Obama administration's bizarre and unconstitutional decision, based on a United Nations resolution, to ally itself with al-Qaeda and other jihadists in the war on a former U.S. terror-war ally, Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi.
The leaders of the United States, Canada, and Mexico — all of whom opposed Brexit — will be discussing how to strengthen NAFTA to discourage America from following Britain's lead.
The UN and its globalist allies are working to become the “Parliament of Humanity” and usurp U.S. sovereignty. Americans must resist.
Weapons that the CIA and Saudi Arabia shipped into Jordan for the so-called moderate Syrian rebels fighting against the regime of Syrian strongman Bashar al-Assad were stolen by Jordanian intelligence operatives and sold to arms merchants on the black market, said U.S. and Jordanian officials.
The Obama administration’s immigration policies continue to be the subject of controversy, as documents reveal that it is not only illegal immigrants that have been able to circumvent immigration requirements, but legal ones as well. What's worse, changes to the process were made without congressional approval or intervention.
It's now clear that Donald Trump's proposed moratorium on Muslim immigration is a mainstream idea in the United States, with polls showing that Americans have come to favor such a temporary ban.
Hawaii's newest law places its gun-owning citizens on a "list." And police chiefs can check it twice, to see who, in their opinion, has been "naughty or nice."
These two are not just one-off examples of political corruption, but instead represent the debased culture that returns them and their cohorts to office year after year.