Why has Robert Mueller been shielded from questions about his role in some of the FBI’s most shameful scandals? Is it because his “Russia collusion” probe is the pointy tip of the Deep State spear aimed at President Trump?
This was a unique election that taught one vital lesson: For Democrats to win in November they are going to have to look and sound like Republicans.
Surprise! The Democrats used the same firm — Fusion GPS — to dig up dirt on Mitt Romney in 2012 that they used in 2016 to try to dig up dirt on Donald Trump.
The vacuum left by Gary Cohn’s departure last Tuesday will be filled shortly, either by Peter Navarro or by Larry Kudlow. Reuters reported that these are the president’s “top two candidates” to replace Cohn as chief economic advisor.
As the economy continues to improve, so do the chances that more and more Democrats will be looking for other work after November.
Former Clinton administration HHS Secretary Donna Shalala has filed a statement of candidacy to run for Congress in the 27th congressional district in Florida.
Last year, the White House announced it would reinstate the ban against transgender individuals serving in the military, but on Monday, the Pentagon confirmed that the first transgender recruit has signed up for military service.
Bernie Sanders, 76-year-old socialist senator from Vermont, looks and sounds more like a candidate for president in 2020 than a protester against Trump’s tax-reform law.