It’s the real foreign influence on our elections — and now even the Los Angeles Times has tacitly admitted its significance. It’s all included in a New Year’s Day piece about how young illegals “made flipping control of the House a personal quest,” as the paper put it.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan refuted charges that stricter border control measures are driving illegal aliens to take dangerous paths.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to make the country safe for dangerous criminals, particularly illegal-alien criminals. He pardoned 22 illegal aliens who could have been deported for their crimes.
The New York State Legislature’s Minority Caucus is in hot water after the group's charity has been found to have used money allocated for scholarships for personal indulgences, and is now refusing to disclose its finances.
Senator-elect Mitt Romney bashed President Trump in a self-righteous piece in the Washington Post that purported to explain, as the headline put it, that Trump’s “character falls short” of what a president needs to “shape the nation.”
If Washington voters can take away constitutional rights for those under 21, what stops them from doing the same for those over 21?
The Battle of the Border Wall will be a test of President Trump's leadership abilities. And his main ally won't be Republicans — but We the People.
First we heard that a Women’s March event was canceled, and that at least a couple of chapters dissolved or broke off from the national organization, over its leaders’ anti-Jewish statements. Now comes news that yet another march was canceled, this time because the attendees would have been too white.
The murder of police Corporal Ronil Singh in Newman, California, has inspired at least one fellow law enforcement officer — this one across the country — to tell the unpleasant truth: Thomas Hodgson, the sheriff in Bristol County, Massachusetts, avers that Singh might still be alive but for the inaction of Congress on border security.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, the Democrat from Massachusetts who falsely claims she is part Cherokee, is running for president in 2020.