Among the bombshells overlooked by many in the testimony offered by former FBI Director James Comey Thursday is the fact that he stopped just short of denying that there is any collusion between the Trump campaign and “the Russians.” While he pulled up just short of that, he did say agree that the New York Times report to that effect was “almost entirely wrong.”
Former FBI Director James Comey gave testimony Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee. He testified that not only was President Trump not under investigation during Comey’s time at the FBI, but that Trump never interfered with the Russia investigation. He also said that there was no evidence that Russia influenced the election.
In his sworn testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey directly contradicted his previous sworn testimony from May 3. Not only that, but he made conflicting remarks in Thursday's testimony.
Former FBI Director James Comey — in a prepared statement that was made part of his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee — confirmed that he told Donald Trump three times that he was not under investigation.
Representative Walter Jones seeks God's forgiveness for voting to authorize military force in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Labor unions — once a greatly feared political force in America — are facing twin battles before Congress and the federal courts.
As one Democrat after another has rushed to condemn President Trump for firing James Comey from his position as FBI director, they seem to have forgotten that many of them spent months calling for his resignation and for him to be investigated. In last Thursday’s White House press briefing, Deputy Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders reminded them of that.
The House Freedom Caucus announced Wednesday that it now supports the House leadership's ObamaCare replacement bill after it was amended to allay some members' concerns.
Senator Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.) recently told constituents that "free" college tuition is a bad idea because "we can't just start having the government pay for everything" or the United States will end up like Greece.
Legislation has been introduced in Congress to defund and overturn a controversial Obama administration decree from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to transform and “diversify” American neighborhoods under the direction of Big Brother. The new bill would also reverse the attempted unconstitutional usurpation of power over local zoning decisions by the federal government and the unelected regional authorities charged with managing the transformation. And the measure would end a “geospatial database” mandated under the scheme to track the racial and income composition of each area, part of the scheme to redistribute people based on their melanin content and earnings.
Representative Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) was caught on video telling constituents that the notion that they pay his salary is “bullcrap.”