Bills introduced in both houses of Congress that would authorize a long-term extension of warrantless searches of American citizens face strong bipartisan opposition from civil libertarians opposed to such surveillance.
"Mainstream" media ignores shocking misconduct against Bundy defendants that reflects the standard contempt and roughshod tactics of federal bureaucrats toward rural Americans in the Western states.
The Left has long manipulated language, advancing their version of “Newspeak.” Conservatives will generally parrot this reflexively, which is why it was surprising to read that the Trump administration banned the CDC from using seven terms, such as “transgender” and “fetus,” in official budget documents.
Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore has not conceded last week’s election, announcing that the battle would not be over until every vote was counted including provisional and military ballots. But the battle has now taken another turn as the Moore campaign has started its own investigation into possible vote fraud.
The White House is optimistic that victory over tax reform will happen, and if a tax cut bill passes, it will likely prove the old adage that "there is no such thing as a bad tax cut."
In yet another swamp victory, the Trump administration has decided to re-nominate a radical LGBT activist and Obama-era holdover for commissioner of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) — a bureaucracy that shouldn’t even exist.
Alabama Democratic U.S. Senate hopeful Doug Jones, running against Republican Roy Moore, claims he is not a national Democrat — but massive amounts of outside money from national Democrats don't support that claim.
Alabama voters go to the polls today to elect a new senator to replace Jeff Sessions, who resigned from office in order to become U.S. attorney general in the Trump administration. The liberal news media, reminiscent of the presidential election of 1964, has all but ignored the issues that separate the two major candidates, instead focusing on emotionally laden allegations.