Is former president Barack Obama’s new home the “nerve center” for the anti-Trump resistance? Most likely not, but it could be.
In a shocking allegation, President Trump has accused Barack Obama of tapping the phones at his Trump Tower just prior to the election. The accusations were leveled in a series of early-morning tweets in which Trump called the ex-president a “bad (or sick) guy,” branded the alleged actions a “new low” and likened them to “Nixon/Watergate.”
In his first address to a joint session of Congress, President Trump said his job was to be president of the United States, not president of the world.
When Democrat “establishment” candidate Thomas Perez became the new Democratic National Committee chairman in Atlanta on Saturday, some hard-left groups were disappointed.
After crushing the establishment and delivering a series of blows to globalism, President Donald Trump's winning spree against the powerful forces that opposed him appears to be slowing down. In fact, with his recent selection of Lieutenant General Herbert McMaster as National Security Adviser and Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court — both of whom have been listed as members of the establishment globalist swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) — concerns are growing even among Trump supporters and grassroots conservative activists. There were already several CFR-linked officials before the latest additions — the very same forces that viciously libeled and attacked him in their failed bid to stop the swamp draining.
President Trump received a warm response from an enthusiastic crowd at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where he unveiled a very ambitious plan.
Travis County, Texas, is suing State Attorney General Ken Paxton in order to avoid releasing election records sought in a Public Information Request
With the Dallas police and fireman's pension being massively underfunded, it's too bad that the people who made the promises many years ago can't also be called to account.
With about two dozen gun-related bills being filed ahead of next month’s 60-day legislative session scheduled to begin in Florida, the state continues to earn its nickname “The Gunshine State.”
While defending the New World Order on Sunday’s Meet The Press, Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) told host Chuck Todd that he is concerned that President Trump is “suppressing the free press” in what may be a move toward a dictatorship. He also attacked the president for expressing what McCain called “moral equivalency” where Russian President Vladimir Putin is concerned. McCain was careful to pull up short of actually calling President Trump a dictator-in-the-making, but his point was clear: Putin’s puppet is attacking the press to build a dictatorship.