As high winds threaten to knock down power lines in California, many in the state are in the dark as the state's largest utility has shut down power to much of the state as a precautionary measure. But some see more nefarious reasons for the blackouts.
Members of the Burlington, Vermont, City Council passed a resolution this week that would open local election to noncitizen voters.
Pat Cipollone, the president’s chief counsel, has served legal notice on Pelosi and her lynch party of committee chairmen that the president will not cooperate with their “impeachment inquiry.”
President Trump is daring Hillary Clinton to make her third try for president, no doubt knowing that her running would divide the Democratic Party. Hillary, for her part, says she could beat Trump “again.”
Democrats in red-leaning districts are finding themselves forced to explain their position on the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Having failed to persuade Fox News not run to run President Trump’s advertisement about the Biden-Burisma influence-peddling scandal, the Biden campaign thought Facebook might, like CNN, kill the ad. Facebook’s answer: Forget it.
A newly released FBI report breaking down murder by types of weapons used showed that the number of murders committed with knives was five times higher than with rifles.
It’s a sign of the times that the Supreme Court of the United States has to decide something we all once learned as little children: the meaning of “sex,” as in being male or female. But that is the case, as the SCOTUS will now address a lower court opinion that the term “sex” in the 1964 Civil Rights Act can mean “sexual orientation.” The issue becomes even more interesting because the purported defenders of language and constitutional integrity, conservatives, are themselves confused about “gender.”
Ukraine Re-opened Biden-Burisma Probe Before Trump Call. Whistleblower Linked to 2020 Democrat CandidateWritten by R. Cort Kirkwood
The hoked-up “impeachment inquiry” into President Trump has taken another two sharp turns that should send the credibility of the anonymous CIA whistleblower heading over a cliff.
Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein believed he had assurances from John Kelly and Jeff Sessions to use the 25th Amendment to remove Trump, a new book claims.