The Obama administration continues to devote taxpayer dollars to register new immigrant voters (i.e., Democratic voters) in time for the November election. After spending $19 million early this year on the registration efforts, the administration has dedicated another $10 million this month.
As more Americans are beginning to understand where the increasingly liberal media bias is coming from, that bias could work against itself in the November elections.
Where was the question of where Obama was born, born? That is now the question. And GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has his own answer: “Hillary Clinton, and her campaign of 2008, started the Birther controversy,” he said at a Friday campaign event. “I finished it.”
A Swedish appeals court on Friday affirmed a detention order issued over six years ago for Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder and editor-in-chief. Meanwhile, Assange released the first of many promised e-mails detailing Hillary Clinton's corruption.
Given how Senator Tim Kaine just announced that the Catholic Church may soon follow his lead and change its “position” on marriage, it sounds more like he aspires to be pope than a vice president. But while that church status is unavailable to him, he may already have another: the excommunicated.
Hillary Clinton's shocking collapse at Sunday’s NYC 9/11 ceremony has finally broken the mainstream-media blackout on discussing her waning health, concerns over which had previously been dismissed as “conservative conspiracy theories.”
Senator Tim Kaine's staunch backing of anti-gun laws and infringement of Second Amendment rights makes him a perfect accomplice to Hillary.
“It’s so much easier just to discredit people and call them names,” said Bill Clinton recently. And Hillary has now proved this, calling roughly a quarter of the electorate “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic — you name it.”