Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has convinced President Trump that it is best to postpone any Senate action to “repeal and replace” ObamaCare until after the 2020 elections.
Does London-born CNN anchor Christiane Amanpour suggested to ex-FBI director James Comey that perhaps his agency should have “shut down” anti-Hillary chants of “Lock her up!” during the 2016 presidential campaign.
Investigative reporter John Solomon reminded readers that then-Vice President Biden threatened to withhold loan guarantees from Ukraine if its government did not fire a prosecutor who was investigating a company connected to Biden’s son.
Police in Salt Lake City have developed an app to help residents “fight crime.” One feature allows people to take pictures of private property and upload them to police servers. by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
Two more women have said Joe Biden was a little too friendly. The question for Democrats is what to do with the favorite candidate among rank-and-file Democrats. Party chieftains defend him.
We’re not yet like Mexico, where a criminal gang just disarmed and abducted 11 policemen. But we’re moving in that direction — if a recent Chicago incident in which a crowd intimidated cops into not arresting a suspect is any indication.
The Mexicans say the “mother of all caravans” is heading our way. President Trump, apparently, believes the Mexicans, which is one reason he twice threatened to shut down the border. And it’s probably the reason he might appoint an immigration czar.
Graham to Investigate FISA Abuse; Calls for New Special Counsel to Investigate “Other Side of the Story”Written by James Murphy
South Carolina’s Lindsey Graham announced that his committee will probe how the phony, unsubstantiated Steele Dossier came to be used to obtain FISA warrants against Carter Page in 2016.
Several lawsuits challenging ObamaCare or the Trump administration's regulatory revisions to it are winding their way through the courts, and the timing of their resolutions could affect the president's reelection chances.
Senators Jeff Merkley and Senator Tom Udall have introduced legislation that will make America a more “democratic” nation, by eliminating the Electoral College and giving the vote to residents of U.S. territories.