Increasingly frustrated over Congress’ inability or unwillingness to dismantle ObamaCare, President Trump tweeted earlier this week, “Since Congress can’t get its act together on HealthCare, I will be using the power of the pen to give great HealthCare to many people — FAST”; and now he has.

A man brutally beaten during the Charlottesville confrontations in August has now been charged with a felony.

The Supreme Court dismissed one of two cases brought to it challenging President Donald Trump’s ban on visitors from countries where terrorists have a strong presence.

Charging Senate Republican leaders with failure and betrayal, a group of conservative leaders is demanding the resignation or removal of the entire Senate GOP leadership.

In an effort to restore some semblance of justice to the federal government's sprawling “criminal justice” machine, a coalition of U.S. lawmakers including liberty-minded Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) are pursuing reforms that would force the feds to prove suspects were willfully committing a crime. With tens of thousands of pages in new “regulations” imposed on America each year just by federal regulatory agencies — many with severe criminal penalties attached — legal experts say virtually every American professional likely commits several federal crimes each day without even realizing it. Under the newly re-introduced “Mens Rea Reform Act,” though, that would all change. The effort has drawn widespread support across the political spectrum, and especially among conservatives concerned about overcriminalization.

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