“We’re With Her!” From outright endorsements to covering up her innumerable scandals to hounding her opponent Donald Trump, the mainstream media (MSM) choir has shown that it is “all in” for Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton’s 9/11 collapse has raised many eyebrows and worried many allies, but it has done more than that to an ex-Secret Service agent who used to protect the Clintons — it “scares" him.
Ahmad Khan Rahami, a native of Afghanistan who is a suspect in the bombings in New York City and New Jersey over the weekend, was taken into custody following a shootout with police in Linden, New Jersey.
The Obama administration continues to devote taxpayer dollars to register new immigrant voters (i.e., Democratic voters) in time for the November election. After spending $19 million early this year on the registration efforts, the administration has dedicated another $10 million this month.
On Saturday night a Somali terrorist with links to ISIS and wearing a security guard uniform entered the Sears store in the Crossroads Center mall in St. Cloud, Minnesota, and began attacking shoppers with a knife, an attack that continued until he was shot dead by a shopper.
As more Americans are beginning to understand where the increasingly liberal media bias is coming from, that bias could work against itself in the November elections.
Where was the question of where Obama was born, born? That is now the question. And GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has his own answer: “Hillary Clinton, and her campaign of 2008, started the Birther controversy,” he said at a Friday campaign event. “I finished it.”
A Swedish appeals court on Friday affirmed a detention order issued over six years ago for Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief. Meanwhile, Assange released the first of many promised e-mails detailing Hillary Clinton's corruption.
The federal government is steadily offering money to local police departments that is making them more beholden to the feds and is also helping to change the character of local law enforcement.
By a vote of 24-6 in the state senate and 112-41 in the state house, the majority Republican legislature surmounted the constitutionally mandated two-thirds majority for nullifying Governor Jay Nixon’s veto of Senate Bill 656.