As more of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails come to light, the evidence of her corruption and deliberate criminal activity continues to mount. Newly released e-mails — this time from Judicial Watch — show that Clinton likely lied under oath when she testified that she had not communicated with Bryan Pagliano prior to the deletion of e-mails and having the server wiped before obeying a subpoena to turn everything over to investigators.
Will the 2016 election be stolen? If recent undercover videos providing evidence of possibly rampant Democrat vote fraud are any indication, it's a distinct possibility.
The FBI charged Retired Marine General James Cartwright for lying to the FBI, and it's unanimous that he is being offered up by the FBI as a sacrifice after not prosecuting Hillary Clinton.
Media personalities have denounced Trump's failure to promise to "accept" the results of the presidential election, arguing this is the American tradition. But is it?
In the third — and final — presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump which was aired live Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton was — at long last — asked about the WikiLeaks disclosures over the past few weeks. In particular, Chris Wallace of Fox News, who moderated the debate, asked Clinton about comments she made to Banco Itaú about her “dream” of “a hemispheric common market with open trade and open borders.”
Analysis by the Tax Foundation of Clinton's and Trump's tax plans show that Trump's plan is the highly preferable one of the two; however, little that the candidates want is likely to make it through the legislative branch.
Planned Parenthood marked its 100th birthday on October 16, celebrating a legacy of racism and abortion at taxpayer expense.
A report posted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on October 18 indicated that apprehensions of illegal aliens attempting to cross our Southwest border by the Border Patrol between ports of entry, numbered 408,870 for Fiscal Year 2016.
As more and more people use encryption to protect their data, surveillance hawks at all levels — local, state, and federal — continue to seek ways around the privacy protections offered by that encryption. A recently published court filing from California shows that the hawks are stooping to new lows in their treatment of the constitutional protections afforded to people’s data.
Expressing nostalgia for the days when just three establishment-controlled propaganda organs dominated the public narrative, President Obama lashed out at what he called the “wild, wild west” media landscape that allows non-establishment voices and viewpoints to be heard. Claiming that “censorship” would not be the answer, Obama called for Americans to submit to a vaguely defined (presumably government-run) “curating function” that would help “discard” unapproved information. Critics, though, warned that an increasingly desperate establishment was plotting all-out war on freedom of the press and the free Internet.