A repeal of the Johnson Amendment, which threatened churches with the loss of tax-exempt status if they pushed political views, does not necessarily mean that pastors, rabbis, ministers, and priests will exercise their new-found freedom, though they should.
Writing for The New Yorker, Evan Osnos reports that “Trump’s critics are actively exploring the path to impeachment or the invocation of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, which allows for the replacement of a President who is judged to be mentally unfit.”
The Obama administration distributed thousands of intelligence reports with NSA intercept data containing the unredacted names of U.S. residents during the 2016 election.
After President Trump described some congressional rules as “archaic,” news headlines popped up falsely stating that he had applied that term to the Constitution itself.
Has President Trump been assimilated by the Powers That Be, willing now to see his campaign promises broken?
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators are participating in marches across the United States on May 1, with many abandoning the traditional “International Worker’s Day” themes in favor of protests for “immigrant rights” and “LGBT rights.”
When Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced his bill — the Ensuring Lawful Collection of Hidden Assets to Provide Order (EL CHAPO) Act — on Tuesday, he said the $14 billion seized from the Mexican drug lord would help build President Trump’s wall.
Prior to entering the White House, Donald Trump pledged an energetic “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again.” How much will he be able to accomplish, and how will his accomplishments compare to his promises? To shed light on these questions, we survey President Trump’s executive orders and other actions as president in the following chronology, updated daily.
If your son wants to live as a girl, that’s just fine with leftists. But if he’s experiencing same-sex attraction and wants to start liking girls, you could be charged with a crime for helping him accomplish this. That is, if the Democrats in Congress have their way.
This is merely the opening bid in the long and likely tortuous process of getting tax reform onto Trump's desk.