Democrats turning Sunday's tragedy — the mass murder in a Texas church — into a soap box against gun ownership perfectly illustrate the dangers of giving them too much power.
The New York Times runs a full-page ad for anti-Trump November 4 mayhem planned by violent Maoists of the Revolutionary Communist Party.
As the trial of Garcia Zarate for the killing of Kate Steinle enters its final days, the issue is whether the jury thinks Zarate fired the weapon intentionally at people on the pier, or whether it went off accidentally.
In the worst terrorist attack in New York since 9/11, a native of Uzbekistan allegedly drove a truck down a pedestrian and bike path, killing eight people.
The indictment of Paul Manafort not only fails to show any collusion between Trump and Russia (in fact, it does not even purport to do so), but the indictment itself may fall apart under legal scrutiny. If — and this is not a stretch — Manafort challenges the evidence against him as “fruit of the poisonous tree,” there may not be enough evidence left to support the indictment.
According to the 2017 Gun Trace Report 95 percent of guns used in the commission of gun violence in Chicago were originally purchased by someone other than the perpetrators of that violence, e.g., a “straw buyer.”
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has drawn blood. One-time Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort and his business partner Rick Gates were indicted Monday on a list of charges including money laundering, tax evasion, conspiracy against the United States, and being an unregistered agent of a foreign government. All of those charges stem from events alleged to have occured years before Manafort was involved in the Trump campaign.
When Hillary Clinton first accused candidate Donald Trump of being “Putin’s puppet,” she likely never realistically suspected that he would beat her in the election and be the president at a time when the Senate Intelligence Committee investigates her connections to Russia. She and her friends in the DNC also likely never suspected that their underhanded tricks would come back to bite them in their collective hind-parts.
Amid a high-profile showdown with the “intelligence community” early in his term, President Donald Trump was repeatedly and viciously threatened — even with prison and death. What kind of people can threaten the democratically elected President of the United States and get away with it? Meet the “intelligence” tentacles of the “Deep State.”
As information continues to come to light, things are getting darker and darker for Democrats. Amid a storm of reports about Clinon/Russian collusion stemming from the UraniumOne deal, former FBI Director Comey’s protection of Hillary during the “investigation” into her illegal use of a private e-mail server, and new congressional probes into both of those scandals, it has now become apparent that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) broke campaign finance laws by hiding the fact that they funded the fake “dossier” that alleged President Trump’s connections to and control by Russia.
It’s shaping up to be a bad month for Democrats. There is the mounting evidence about the Clintons’ collusion in the UraniumOne deal. There is also the revelation that FBI Director James Comey shamelessly protected Hillary Clinton in the dog and pony show that he passed off as an investigation into her illegal use of a private e-mail server. And on Tuesday, the fallout has led House Republicans to announce the launch of two new congressional probes.