Though the IRS was chastised three years ago for rehiring those who were terminated for having lied, cheated, and stolen, the IRS continues to hire repeat offenders. Nothing has changed.
Takiyah Fatima Thompson, a member of Workers World Party (WWP) and a student at N.C. Central University, was arrested on August 15 for playing a leading role in toppling a statue of a Confederate soldier that had stood in front of a county administrative building in Durham, North Carolina, since 1924.
A mob of vandals from a rally organized by several communist, socialist, and anarchist groups toppled a bronze statue of a Confederate soldier in Durham, North Carolina.
As conservative commenter Dana Loesch and Congressman Kathleen Rice have traded accusations online of who should be considered a "domestic security threat," the media keeps the far Left, revolutionary background of Rice away from their audiences.
How sad. How typical of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. A lawsuit was initiated that was frivolous from the start, and now a couple, the Phillipses, are paying for it, not the Brady Center.
If Chicago or any other entity receiving federal funding does not want the feds to call the tune, shouldn't that entity refuse the funding? Of course, Mayor Rahm Emanuel sees it very differently.
The Democrat house of cards is continuing to collapse under the weight of its own corruption. A day after reports that the FBI raided the former home of an IT staffer with ties to high-ranking Democrats including Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Fla.), that IT staffer — Imran Awan — was arrested at Dulles International Airport Tuesday while attempting to flee the country.
In the wake of a Baltimore police officer being caught planting evidence in a drug case while two other officers watched, Baltimore's State Attorney's Office has launched an investigation and is reviewing 100 other cases involving those three officers. Thanks to three bad cops, Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby — no friend to police — now has a legitimate excuse to rake the department over the coals.