A lot more has been uncovered about Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz, some of it disturbing and totally unrelated to guns.
The people of Ohio, from Governor John Kasich on down, are mourning the deaths of two police officers who were shot and killed responding to a 911 call in the city of Westerville on the afternoon of February 10.
According to a new report, an FBI informant in the ongoing Uranium One investigation says that executives for the Russian nuclear company involved in the deal wired money to the United States to influence then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the time when she was in a position to reset relations between the United States and Russia. With Clinton's approval, that deal transferred at least 20 percent of U.S. uranium to Russian control.
New Jerseyans appear impervious to Senator Bob Menendez's career-long history of corruption and treason. Now that the DOJ is dropping charges against him after a hung jury because his evident corruption is apparently not corrupt enough, they're likely to reelect him to another term in November.
In the race into race madness, California may lead the pack. A case in point is the state’s Proposition 47, which seeks to address black Americans’ “overrepresentation” (a propaganda term) in the court system and jails.
The timing of Senator Bob Menendez' retrial could be disastrous for Menendez even if he isn't convicted.
Recently uncovered court documents related to Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s time as FBI Director show his lack of anything resembling credibility. The man who is responsible for investigating allegations of Trump/Russia collusion was involved in releasing deceptive statements that helped cover up a Saudi family’s involvement in the terrorist attacks that shocked America and helped launch the modern surveillance state on September 11. 2001.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is in the process of recovering the missing text messages between two FBI agents involved in both the Clinton e-mail “investigation” and the Trump/Russia collusion probe headed by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Other text messages between the two show that they are part of a “secret society” made up of highly placed people in the FBI and DOJ that is working against President Trump.
The 50,000 text messages between two lead FBI investigators that worked on the Clinton e-mail case are filled with damning revelations. Among those is a thread that shows that the two agents — Peter Stzrok and his mistress, Lisa Page — knew ahead of time (and while the “investigation” was still ongoing) that then-FBI Director Comey was planning to give Clinton a pass.