In the months leading up to his historic upset election on an anti-establishment, anti-globalism platform, more than a few leftist and establishment media organs claimed that Donald Trump was really spouting the ideas of The John Birch Society.
Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election, but radicals are now trying to intimidate electors to change their votes in order to overturn the results.
The Obama administration has set a record by publishing 527 pages of federal regulations in one day.
The desire of President Obama to open trade with Communist Cuba, with the full support of Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton, may have cost the Democrats Florida — the second time the Cuban vote has swung the state Republican.
President-elect Donald Trump announced on November 18 that he plans to nominate Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) as attorney general for his new administration.
Three Tea Party groups that applied for nonprofit status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) several years ago have finally received determinations from the tax agency on their applications, though two of them have been denied tax-exempt status. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which represents the Tea Party groups in a case against the IRS over the agency’s targeting of conservative groups, contends that the lengthy deliberations and recent denials are evidence that the IRS continues its corrupt practices, including singling out conservative organizations for punishment.
Donald Trump announced Sunday that he was naming Reince Priebus as his chief of staff and Steve Bannon as his chief political advisor — a "co-equal" partnership — it could work, combining the skills needed to serve Trump's aspirations well.