Now that violent "progressive" protesters have even began attacking congressional officies, the question has become, "Just how far will the progressive thugs go?"
California State Senator Kevin de Léon said that “half his family” may be subject to deportation and that using a fake Social Security card should not mandate deportation.
In seeking to remove obstacles to gun owerneship and use, is Ronald Turk, associate deputy director (chief of the ATF), adjusting to the new reality, or is this a pre-emptive move to keep his agency from being dismantled?
Not all travel bans apply to foreigners: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released its final details on just how it can revoke American citizens’ passports for being behind in paying their taxes.
Last week, radical Marxist protesters at the University of California, Berkeley managed to shut down a scheduled speech by right-wing gay provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos. Reports now indicate that the protests were funded by leftist billionaire globalist George Soros, the city of Tucson, several large corporations, and a major labor union.
The immediate issue is whether the administration will be able to enforce Trump’s travel ban while it is is still being challenged in the federal judiciary.
“Love Trumps Hate! Love Trumps Hate!” is the Orwellian mantra screamed by hateful, violent anti-Trump "demonstrators," as they physically attack peaceful fellow citizens.
It’s no surprise the Democrats plan to fight against the nomination of President Trump’s Supreme Court pick, 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judge Neil Gorsuch. There are no confirmation battles like Supreme Court confirmation battles because, as we always hear, such a decision can “shape the country for a generation.” But this doesn’t sound like the role envisioned by the founders.
President Trump signed two executive orders, one to review the Dodd-Frank Act and the other to delay the implementation of the Department of Labor’s fiduciary rule.
Trump and the Republican Congress appear poised to repeal the Johnson Amendment, which restricts the free-speech rights of American churches.