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House Dem Firebrands Retreat from Impeachment
In the wake of the Mueller report, some of Trump’s fiercest critics have turned their attention to nailing him for emoluments-clause violations Read More.
Trump meets with Google CEO to talk China, 'political fairness'
President Trump on Wednesday revealed he had met with Google CEO Sundar Pichai to discuss the company's work in China and allegations of anti-conservative bias Read More.
Trump to present Medal of Honor to family of Iraq War hero
President Trump will award a posthumous Medal of Honor Wednesday to Army Staff Sgt. Travis W. Atkins for his bravery in tackling an insurgent who tried to trigger a suicide vest in Iraq Read More.
Trump promises healthcare plan 'far better than Obamacare'
President Trump promised Wednesday that a healthcare replacement plan from Republicans would be "far better" than Obamacare if the courts agree with his administration's position that Obamacare should be thrown out Read More.
In The Shadow Of Suicides, Senate Panel Makes Rare Move To Consider Gun Control
Days after three separate suicides in Parkland, Fla., and Newtown, Conn., left those communities reeling, the Senate did something rare for a GOP-led chamber: It held a hearing on gun control Read More.
House fails to override Trump veto on border emergency
The House failed on Tuesday to override President Donald Trump’s veto of legislation blocking his national emergency declaration at the border, capping off a months-long congressional battle over the president’s signature issue Read More.
Michael Avenatti Arrested as U.S. Alleges Nike Extortion, Embezzlement
California lawyer Michael Avenatti, who made his name as a fierce critic of President Donald Trump, was charged by federal prosecutors on both coasts, accused in New York of trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike Inc. and in Los Angeles of embezzling money from a client and defrauding a bank Read More.
Green New Deal litmus test makes it harder to deal with climate change
Publicity stunts pandering to a progressive base trying to repackage socialism will do nothing to address real climate problems like rising sea levels Read More.
The Reckoning Finally Arrives for the Trump Resistance
With Mueller’s investigation over, Democrats, the news media and the national security state have a lot to answer for Read More.
Time to call out the Liberal Sleeper Cells in Corporate America - Sign the Petition at StandWithTucker.com
Conservatives are beginning to push back against what they believe is a concerted effort by the left to intimidate conservative media personalities into silence. One America's John Hines sat down with the organizer of the 'Stand with Tucker' campaign to learn more about what some are calling the "corporate shadow-banning" of conservative voices. Read More.
Lindsey Graham will probe alleged FISA abuses at FBI, calls on Barr to appoint new special counsel
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said Monday that he will probe alleged abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) at the start of the Russia investigation, while calling on Attorney General Bill Barr to appoint a new special counsel to investigate the “other side of the story.” Read More.
Trump recognizes Golan Heights as Israeli territory alongside Netanyahu
As President Trump welcomed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the White House Monday, Israel Defense Forces announced they have begun striking Hamas targets along the Gaza Strip after a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip hit a residence in Israel. Mr. Trump signed a non-binding proclamation formally recognizing Israeli's sovereignty over Golan Heights, which Israel captured in 1967, undoing decades of U.S. policy in the region Read More.
Brexit is, at bottom, about self-rule
Amid the shambolic fracas in the British government and Parliament over how and when Brexit should take place, it’s important to step back and remember the why Read More.
Trump has unleashed a roaring economy and that's really bad news for 2020 Democrats
In his magnum opus work, “The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money,” published in 1936, John Maynard Keynes made famous the reference to “animal spirits” – those things that relate to the instincts and emotions that can drive human behavior. Keynes wrote of them in the context of economics Read More.
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