After three intense days of passionate testimonies in the Idaho House State Affairs Committee, Convention of States (COS) Project Article V convention application HCR 32 was resoundingly rejected by a vote of 5 to 10, thanks in large part to John Birch Society members across Idaho.
President Trump's proposed spending on "infrastructure" is praised by Big Business and opposed by the Democrats. However, neither group even questions its constitutionality.
Congress passed a massive budget bill, which President Trump signed, after Senator Rand Paul delayed the vote to call attention to the fact that we’re spending so much money.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) acts as if it is beyond the oversight of the people and the president.
The U.S. State Department is offering a grant of nearly $600,000 to study gender roles in Kenya so as to prevent radicalization.
Josh Campbell, James Clapper, John Brennan, Michael Hayden, Phillip Mudd, Clint Watts, et al: As President Trump tries to drain the DOJ-FBI-Intel swamp, the political swamp creatures are taking refuge in the “mainstream” media, where they are joining “the growing chorus” against Trump.
Jeanette Manfra, the chief cybersecurity official for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), was quoted on NBC News website as saying there is evidence of Russian penetration into multiple states’ voter registration databases.
The U.S.-backed coalition in Syria struck pro-government forces with air and artillery fire on February 7, killing about 100 fighters allied with the Assad government.
Senator Rand Paul said in an op-ed piece about President Trump’s proposed military parade that we should bring home our troops from Afghanistan, then have a victory parade.
According to a new report, an FBI informant in the ongoing Uranium One investigation says that executives for the Russian nuclear company involved in the deal wired money to the United States to influence then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the time when she was in a position to reset relations between the United States and Russia. With Clinton's approval, that deal transferred at least 20 percent of U.S. uranium to Russian control.