A Seattle "sweetened beverage tax" has caused prices to skyrocket on popular drinks. And while many doctors say Americans should avoid sugary drinks, the tax is a prime example of the "Nanny State" gone mad and is likely to fail, as did its many predecessors.
Senator Rand Paul appeared on TV and spoke about his recovery from being assaulted last November and why he is opposing permanent reauthorization of Section 702 of FISA.
How would you like to go on trial in a jurisdiction where over 90 percent of the jury pool voted for your opponent?
Former Representative and presidential candidate Michelle Bachman is considering a run for the Minnesota Senate seat once held by Al Franken.
If Mitt Romney ends up in Orrin Hatch’s Senate seat, that would mean one RINO (Republican In Name Only) replacing another.
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, Nadia Schadlow, and other CFR globalists on the National Security Council are key players in the Deep State efforts to cripple and remove President Trump.
Longtime Donald Trump advisor and confidante Roger Stone warned that the globalist establishment would do everything in its power to stop the president from draining the swamp, even if it means taking him out John F. Kennedy style. With the “mainstream” media's credibility gone, and the Deep State feeling threatened in an unprecedented way, the “globalist cabal” is desperate and willing to do anything necessary to get rid of Trump. But it is not over yet.
The Deep State's “Plan A,” Stone said, is the imploding “investigation” into alleged “Russian collusion” by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. If and when that fails, which Stone suggested was likely, the establishment would move to “Plan B.” In essence, that plot would involve trying to get a majority of Trump's cabinet to declare him unfit for office. This would allow Trump to be removed under the U.S. Constitution's 25th Amendment — another scheme Stone said would probably flop. Last but not least, though, if all else fails, Stone warned of “Plan C”: Killing the president.
If you want to know why the term "fake news" is so often used, well, it’s because what it describes is so often disgorged. A great example is brought to us by small-town newspaper editor Frank Miele, who relates how an Associated Press story contained two clear falsehoods about President Trump.
Admissions by CFR globalists buttress Roger Stone’s charge that administration insiders are plotting a coup to remove President Trump.