The New York Times has just made news by giving us all the presidential endorsements fit to print. In a first not just for the paper but, perhaps, for any paper, it has chosen two candidates: Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar.
Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has a problem: campaign staffers who want a communist revolution and Soviet-style tyranny should the “socialist” from Vermont win the presidency.
After being prevented from crossing a bridge into Mexico, hundreds of Central American migrants waded across the river separating Mexico and Guatemala on January 20, only to be stopped by members of the Mexican National Guard.
Chief Judge Stephen Howard in Fort Collins, Colorado, last Thursday denied a red flag (aka “extreme risk protection order,” or ERPO) petition from Susan Holmes against a police officer because she lied on the form.
It appears that the Republican leadership in the Senate is not going to allow the Democrats to turn the president’s Senate trial into a circus.
VIDEO - In this episode of Behind the Deep State, host Alex Newman highlights the explosive revelations of Professor Carroll Quigley, a mentor to Bill Clinton. Among other things, Quigley exposed the fact that a secret network that operates much like the right believes communists operate has been playing an enormous but hidden role in world affairs. This “Roundtable Group,” which seeks a global feudalist system that it controls, operates through front groups such as the Council on Foreign Relations and the Royal Institute on International Affairs. Alex discusses the Quigley books "Tragedy and Hope," and "The Anglo-American Establishment."
History, the economy, a weak cast of Democrat characters, and Goldmans Sach's wealthiest clients all are indicating a win for Trump in November.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement hit New York City’s Department of Corrections with subpoenas on Friday to get information about illegal aliens who were arrested in the city but released after the city refused to honor detainers from ICE.
Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz’s joining President Trump’s impeachment defense is hardly a surprise, given that Dershowitz has firmly opposed the effort. What might surprise some, however, is how the famous defense attorney will defend the president.
The U.S Supreme Court will hear two cases challenging state laws forbidding presidential electors from voting for a candidate other than the one selected by the popular vote. By Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.