Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he has designated the brutal MS-13 gang as a priority for the Justice Department’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces.
The trial of Mexican immigrant José Inez García Zárate for shooting Kate Steinle in July 2015 began Monday morning in San Francisco. At issue will be only whether Zárate shot Steinle intentionally or accidentally.
The creation of independent counsels (or special prosecutors) is an action that would have horrified the Founding Fathers.
Suddenly, Democrats in Congress have become fiscal conservatives when it comes to allocating money for security for EPA Director Scott Pruitt, who is facing multiple death threats.
Former President Jimmy Carter said that he would like to travel to North Korea to lead a diplomatic mission to ease tensions between President Trump and Kim Jung-un.
The Democratic Representative from Florida's 24th District, Congressman Frederica Wilson, owes the American people an enormous apology.
The federal government ran a deficit of $666 billion in 2017, reported the U.S. Treasury Department on Thursday, thanks mainly to increases in budget items that supposedly can’t be cut.
During Donald Trump’s first seven months as president of the United States, more civilians have been killed overseas by U.S. foreign interventionism than during the entire eight-year period his predecessor was in the White House.
In the wake of the Las Vegas shootings of October 1, the question of the ability of law enforcement to protect the public is critical.
Burrowed deep within the bowels of the U.S. government are legions of Big Government bureaucrats with views that are radically at odds with those of everyday, mainstream Americans. Elections may be useful in removing politicians, but the career bureaucrats who toil away in obscurity, often in blatant defiance of the Constitution, never go anywhere. Instead, they protect their turf as they dump an unfathomable amount of regulations and decrees on the very taxpaying Americans who pay their salaries — tens of thousands of pages worth every year. And when there is a perceived threat to their power and agenda — say, for example, a president who promises to “drain the swamp” and rein in the bureaucracy — they react with fury. Meet the infamous “Deep State,” or at least one crucial component of it.