After years of decrying America’s 16-year war in Afghanistan as expensive and unwinnable, President Donald Trump announced Monday that he would continue and expand the war.
The governor of Puerto Rico believes statehood in America would be good for Puerto Rico; but would it be good for America?
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and the Cato Institute, along with the National Sheriffs' Association and the Independence Institute, filed a “friend of the court” brief on Monday urging the Supreme Court to take under review a lower court’s decision upholding Maryland’s nearly total ban on so-called assault weapons.
Though the IRS was chastised three years ago for rehiring those who were terminated for having lied, cheated, and stolen, the IRS continues to hire repeat offenders. Nothing has changed.
North Korea’s official newspaper has attacked the U.S.-South Korean Ulchi Freedom Guardian joint military exercise with South Korea, calling it “reckless behavior.”
Steve Bannon in many respects was a loose cannon, supportive of conservative principles at times and destructive of them at other times.
In what was condemned as a vile instance of dishonesty, former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice employed what is known as a “sandwich smear,” equating patriotic constitutionalists of all races and creeds with National Socialists (Nazis) and the Ku Klux Klan. The globalist member of the establishment swamp known as the Council on Foreign Relations, who according to the New York Times rejects the “America First” agenda articulated by President Trump and supported by voters, knows what she did was dishonest, critics said. Black and Jewish constitutionalists and patriots of The John Birch Society offered especially strong condemnations of the bigoted remarks by the Bush-era official.
Internet giant YouTube has been accused of discriminatory practices by two black American video bloggers. Lynette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, better known as “Diamond and Silk,” accused the video-sharing service of demonetizing their videos because of their conservative positions and support of President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Trump administration is continuing to implement the COPS program in the Department of Justice, a provision of the Clinton-era 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act (P.L. 103-322), a program that President Clinton promised would provide the federal grants needed to hire and equip 100,000 new police officers.
The issue is clear: harbor illegals or deport them. Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel are raising the noise level in their rhetoric.