San Francisco spent $310,000 setting up a special system to accommodate noncitizens voting in the November school board election, but only 49 have signed up so far.
Citing outrageous subsidies for Communist China that harm American producers, the Trump administration announced that the U.S. government would be withdrawing from the United Nations Universal Postal Union (UPU). If the organization refuses to end the scam whereby Chinese shippers can ship their goods to the United States from China cheaper than American firms can send them domestically, then the U.S. government will formally exit as planned. But if the outfit agrees to quit ripping off Americans and others to subsidize China, then the administration will consider rescinding its notice of withdrawal. The move, while relatively small in the big scheme of things, is another step by the Trump administration toward protecting American jobs while reining in globalism and Western support for Communist China's rise to global power. Still, much work remains to be done.
Tuesday is the day President Trump will announce his plan to stop the “migrant caravan,” while leftists are gearing up to file border-busting lawsuits that will stop the president from deporting the illegal aliens.
The “migrant caravan” rolling through Mexico insisted it would continue its relentless trek to smash open the U.S. border.
Smashing political dissent inside Google isn’t the only the way the top Google geeks spend their days. They also enjoy sex with the employees, or at least a little harassment now and again.
Unhinged Floridian Cesar Sayoc’s 13 bombs didn’t, thankfully, detonate. But there’s a larger bomb — a biological one — that soon may go off in our midst: the migrant invasion currently snaking its way toward our nation.
In their typical inverted-world fashion, the media have blamed Donald Trump for the actions of Florida “bomber” Cesar Sayoc. But he really may represent what the Left has called “blowback.”
As a Honduran horde approaches the southern border of the United States, questions of the source of the funding and the sincerity of those among the thousands allegedly seeking asylum need urgent answers.