Many of the Obama holdovers named in the Nunes 4-page memo appear to have united in an attempt to doom the Trump candidacy and/or presidency while assuring the election of Hillary Clinton as U.S. President in 2016.
Tonight’s State of the Union Address should make for interesting viewing, as it will take place against the backdrop of Monday’s House committee vote to release the much talked-about but as yet unseen-by-the-public “4-page Memo.”
YouTube-based journalist Bill Still claims that Wikileaks' Julian Assange has already left the UK en route to parts unknown. Confirmable or not, the report falls into a scenario that has apparently been developing since sometime in December, 2017 and perhaps before.
On January 19, the annual March for Life took place on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., just as it has for 45 years since the Supreme Court's January 22, 1973 Roe v. Wade decision made abortion on demand legal in all 50 United States.
“The world is going to hell, Scully,” responds Mulder, “and the president is working to bring down the FBI along with it.” The all-new, Trump Derangement Edition of X-Files airs Wednesday evenings on Fox.
Krugman favors the social science approach to economics As such, he emphasizes the problems of income inequality, providing health insurance for all Americans and protecting consumers. Because of that position, he appears to not understand how business actually works.
Secret societies have either buried a great treasure somewhere in North America and hold the secret of Jesus and Mary Magdalene's bloodline. Or they are just obstructing justice.
The Democrats were the ones that caved today. They suddenly dropped their raucously dishonest, pro-amnesty campaign that openly favored deliberately mis-named, illegal “Dreamers” over tax-paying American citizens – at least for the moment. The Schumer Shutdown was over almost before it had begun.
Democrats need to stop whining and start working If the Democrat's message continues to be to vote for Dems because they will resist Trump, it is and will be a losing message.
Now that it’s 2018, millions of taxpayers across America are still wondering: Will I get a tax cut or a tax hike? The answer for a substantial majority of U.S. taxpayers is, “Yes, I’ll get a tax cut.”
When Obama left office in 2017, ISIS was firmly entrenched in Syria and elsewhere and inspiring acts of terror from Paris to New York City.
The Post is not so much about the government's attempt to quash the First Amendment as it is the feminist manifesto of Washington Post editor Katherin Meyer Graham coming into her own.
President Donald Trump is firing back after his former chief strategist Steve Bannon made some accusations against the Trump campaign in the book Fire and Fury.
In 2016 the polls were wrong about who would be elected president and which party would control Congress. In 2017, the polls measuring Trump’s approval rating are wrong too.
The Iran government began cracking down on protesters who took part in massive, anti-government protests over the past weekend. Iranian officials have cut off public access to the internet, in hopes of ending these demonstrations.
President Trump terminated all remaining members of the the HIV/AIDS council known as PACHA. The council was designed to provide insight and recommendations on how best to tackle the health epidemic.
The American Embassy will finally be moving from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, reinforcing the President's bold international diplomatic stand.
The Senate voted along party lines after midnight Tuesday to pass a sweeping $1.5 trillion tax bill and is now sending to the House for a final vote.
In 2017, we witnessed historic events all across the world. From Donald Trump's inauguration to unspeakable acts of terror.
This will most likely assure the coming of Nancy Pelosi’s so-called “Armageddon.” That is to say, four more years with Donald Trump in the White House.