A statement from Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson posted on the DHS website on November 10 noted that the number of illegal aliens apprehended trying to cross our southwest border rose to 46,195 in October.
Globalists are concerned about the rising tide of resistance to their policies of open borders, overseas commitments, and globalist political structures, and they are preparing to counter-attack.
With the electoral triumph of Donald Trump, many media pundits are writing about what this event likely portends for the future of the Supreme Court.
Obama's term is now short. Will he use what time he has left to ramp up the advancement his left-wing agenda?
Wave bye-bye to help the spoiled celebrities and degenerate divas who pledged to leave but are now balking.
Voters in at least four states decided to nullify federal statutes and United Nations drug-control treaties by officially ending marijuana prohibition, a major victory for the U.S. Constitution and the 10th Amendment. Three states — California, Massachusetts, and Nevada — completely legalized marijuana, even for recreational use by adults. By press time, it appeared that Maine’s initiative to do the same was on its way to being successful. In Arizona, where conservative nullification efforts on other issues have been popular, voters narrowly decided to keep pot prohibition in place. Still, regardless of one’s views on cannabis, states’ rights scored a string of impressive successes this week.