Congress is poised to take away more of our freedom from government intrusion into our business, all in the name of fighting human trafficking.
Pennsylvania state representative Angel Cruz has proposed legislation to require all state lawmakers to be tested for illegal drugs in a symbolic gesture meant to draw attention to what he has deemed an unfair requirement for welfare recipients.
VIDEO - In this exclusive interview, Kurt Hyde, author of The New American's cover story 'Voter Fraud: Manipulating the Vote,' speaks with senior editor Bill Jasper regarding Russian hacking, corruption, vulnerabilities, and voting efficiency. Hyde is an election integrity expert, studying and investigating historical and current election methods and procedures.
The Justice Department said that a Chinese Ministry of State Security operative has been charged with attempting to commit economic espionage against a U.S. firm.
Look for Democrats to pull out all the stops to regain control in the House and Senate. And if they do regain control, their agenda is frightening.
The teacher who suggested killing U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh isn’t teaching anymore. But Kavanaugh wasn’t the only target: GOP senators have been the subject of a harassment campaign since at least early September.
The author of New Yorker’s hit piece on Brett Kavanaugh admitted that she and collaborator Ronan Farrow didn’t know whether the accusations they published were true, and that her goal was fingering Kavanaugh with a “pattern” of behavior.
Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp said Kavanaugh’s demeanor turned her off to the federal judge. Maybe, but it didn’t turn off Senator Susan Collins, or, apparently, the four women whom Kavanaugh recently hired as clerks.