President Trump’s decision to place tariffs on imported steel and aluminum has been accurately hailed as a “promise kept.” But is it also an example of a political system broken and a Constitution violated?
As the economy continues to improve, so do the chances that more and more Democrats will be looking for other work after November.
It looks more and more like Seth Rich got fed up with what he saw at DNC HQ, leaked the e-mails to WikiLeaks, and was murdered for it.
The White House posted a message that the Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against California “to save lives and keep dangerous criminal aliens off our streets.”
Former CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson is accusing the Inspector General’s office of swapping out the hard drive of one of her computers while investigating her claims that federal agents hacked her computers.
In its haste to “do something … anything” in response to the Parkland, Florida, high-school shooting, Florida Republicans gave up any pretense of supporting the Bill of Rights.
Another claim of the House Intelligence Committee’s FISA abuse memo authored by Representative Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has been confirmed to be true. That claim is that when the FBI and DOJ cited a Yahoo News article as part of the warrant application to conduct surveillance on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, those agencies deliberately misled the court and abused the FISA process.
Former Clinton administration HHS Secretary Donna Shalala has filed a statement of candidacy to run for Congress in the 27th congressional district in Florida.
Following the president’s decision to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel imports, Donald Trump’s chief economic advisor, Gary Cohn, announced his resignation on Tuesday.
VIDEO - In this video, The New American's Alex Newman highlights efforts by Idaho lawmakers to nullify an unconstitutional provision of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The provision in question, which purports to authorize the indefinite detainment of Americans by the U.S. military without due process or even criminal charges, has become a lightning rod for criticism by people across the political spectrum. A decent number of red, blue, and purple states have already used nullification to prohibit involvement by their state and local officials in such abuses. But Idaho's bill, dubbed the Restoring Constitutional Governance Act, takes it a step further. Among other tools, it provides criminal penalties against anyone involved in trampling on the rights of Americans under NDAA. Alex also explains why nullification is such an important tool in the battle to rein in unconstitutional abuses by the federal government.
Only "the news that fits" is published by the mainstream media. This good news about the effects of reduced concealed-carry restrictions from KU obviously didn't qualify.