In a criminal case about a child pornography website that was operated by the FBI for two weeks in 2015, the government suppressed the recent WikiLeaks disclosures about computer hacking because they are "classified." This is the clearest admission so far that those disclosures are genuine.
Former President Barack Hussein Obama and some of his top officials may be in serious trouble, analysts suggested, as it appears increasingly likely that they played a key role in illegal surveillance of Donald Trump and his team for the apparent purpose of sabotaging his presidency. But despite Democrat efforts to muddy the waters, the explosive scandal may be just getting started. Various players in the saga continuing to throw out fresh allegations, some of which, if true, could potentially land prominent current and former officials in hot water or even behind bars. And now, despite the FBI refusing to cooperate on the investigation, reports suggest there is “smoking gun” evidence proving that the Obama administration illegally spied on team Trump.
Attorney General Sessions is promoting the reinstatement of Project Exile to combat gun violence, but some groups, including Gun Owners of America, say it is unconstitutional.
A bill being considered by the Oregon state Senate would require judges to inform juries of their right to decide cases according to their consciences.
U.S. Attorney General Sessions needs to learn the real reason behind the jump in violent crime in 27 of our cities. Only then can he do something about it.
Two illegal aliens from El Salvador, members of the MS-13 gang, appeared in court in Houston on March 1 to face charges of aggravated kidnapping and murder.
President Trump's new attorney general has promised to discontinue the anti-police agenda of the Obama-Holder years.
This is how America would ultimately pay for Trump's promised wall on the border with Mexico: by interdicting bundles of drug money moving south into Mexico.
A key figure in former President Bill Clinton's betrayal of the United States to the Communist Chinese military in exchange for illegal campaign funds, part of a scandal known as “Chinagate” widely described as treasonous, recorded a secret “life insurance” video exposing it all. In the film, made because he was scared of being assassinated, convicted illegal Clinton fundraiser Johnny Chung explained how Democrats tried to silence him through intimidation. And now, part of the explosive video — dubbed by Chung's friend an “insurance policy” against being murdered — has been released to a leading British newspaper. The scandal continues, with the Obama administration reportedly helping shut down an FBI effort to investigate Clinton links to another Communist Chinese agent involved in the scandal.
Globalists and establishment types, watch out. The establishment media-driven brouhaha over Trump's national security advisor Lt. General Michael Flynn, who just resigned amid the controversy, has resurrected talk of an obscure U.S. law known as the Logan Act. Passed more than 200 years ago, the federal statute makes it a crime for Americans to seek to influence the policies of foreign governments without official permission from U.S. authorities. And Flynn aside, there are plenty of Americans in that category — potentially including top power-brokers ranging from Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to senior globalists and Bilderberg bigwigs.
At a White House meeting with sheriffs from across the country, President Trump appeared to support Civil Asset Forfeiture without conviction of a crime.