The Senate on April 7 confirmed Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, ending an often-bitter political battle that began after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has stepped down from the investigation into Russian interference in the recent presidential election. While Nunes is the latest casualty in the witch hunt to prove a connection between President Trump and Russia, he is not the first and will not likely be the last.
President Trump, disappointed that his bill to replace ObamaCare was rejected by the House of Representatives, has fixed the blame upon the most conservative members of the House, and is now threatening to defeat them in Republican primaries.
A New York Democrat state legislator has proposed to force all citizens to vote. It could well be that the legislation is meant to increase the number of ignorant voters at the polls — who could be counted on to cast their ballots for ever-increasing power to the government.
It seems the establishment and its propaganda organs are still smarting after being exposed as fringe and weak this election. Now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is supposedly investigating whether popular alternative media outlets were involved in an alleged “Russian cyber operation” in the 2016 election to help elect Donald Trump, according to two supposed anonymous sources quoted by the left-wing McClatchy news agency. Among the alleged targets of the alleged federal probe are Infowars and Breitbart, two non-establishment news sites falsely characterized as “far right” by far-left journalists Peter Stone and Greg Gordon and the radical left-wing activists they quote as supposed “experts.”
A government watchdog group has learned that the same policy that the Internal Revenue Service used to target conservative and Tea Party tax exemption applications remains in place today, which ultimately means that the agency may continue to discriminate against political opponents without breaking any rules.
While the idea of a TV personality such as Oprah Winfrey being a presidential candidate would at one time have seemed ludicrous, Donald Trump's own success has demonstrated that the "queen of daytime," an ardent liberal, should be taken seriously.