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Lindsey Graham: All The Rules Have Been Changed to Get Trump; Now They're Trying To Destroy Bill Barr
Sen. Lindsey Graham, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, joined FNC's Maria Bartiromo this week on "Sunday Morning Futures" to discuss Attorney General Bill Barr's statement that he believes "spying did occur" on the 2016 Trump campaign and transition team and the next steps for his investigation into what happened Read More.
Inconvenient truth for Bernie Sanders: 'Medicare for All' would raise taxes by $16.2 trillion
Feel the Bern? It’s a stark reality: Sooner or later, somebody has to pay for universal health care. Sen. Bernie Sanders must face this reality now that he has introduced the Medicare for All Act of 2019 — which is certainly guaranteed to be a big applause point on the presidential campaign trail. But the money has to come from somewhere. That’s the inconvenient truth Read More.
Trump, Kim tease third North Korea summit
President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that a third summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “would be good,” writing glowingly of his relationship with the despot and adding that he anticipates the day the repressive state becomes “one of the most successful nations” on Earth Read More.
McConnell lays out agenda as House bills pile up
Senate Republicans are coming under fire from Democrats over the pile-up of House-passed bills and realizing they need to take action beyond confirming President Trump’s nominees Read More.
Why Donald Trump's Fed picks Stephen Moore and Herman Cain have caused such a ruckus
President Donald Trump’s selections for the Federal Reserve board, conservative pundit Stephen Moore and former pizza chain executive Herman Cain, have created a media firestorm Read More.
Ohio Governor Signs Heartbeat Bill Restricting Abortion
Yesterday afternoon, Ohio governor Mike DeWine signed a piece of legislation referred to as a heartbeat bill, which prohibits abortion after a fetal heartbeat can be detected. This usually occurs at about six weeks of pregnancy Read More.
Trump Says Only One Person Is in Charge of Immigration: Him
Kirstjen Nielsen and other longtime civil servants stood outside the Department of Homeland Security’s new headquarters Wednesday in the breezy sunshine — a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a building they’d never work in Read More.
Pence Breaks Silence On Buttigieg’s Attack On His Faith
Vice President Mike Pence responded to attacks from South Bend, Indiana mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg during an interview on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that was teased Wednesday Read More.
Pentagon awards nearly $1B in border wall contracts
The Pentagon said Tuesday it has awarded nearly $1 billion in contracts to two companies for President Trump’s border wall — the first funds granted to build the barrier since Trump declared a national emergency in February Read More.
Why the Green New Deal Is Financially Lethal
Much attention has been paid to the extravagant goals of the Green New Deal, now endorsed by a large portion of the declared Democratic presidential hopefuls Read More.
A Man for This Season
Disclosure requires at the outset that I mention Victor Davis Hanson wrote a very generous foreword to my book on President Trump, though from a somewhat different angle. I would have declined this assignment if it required, in all honesty, to write a less than favorable review. That is not a problem Read More.
Amid the tumult of the Trump era, the constant: His approval rating
Halfway through the Oscar-winning documentary "Free Solo," rock climber Alex Honnold enters an MRI machine to see if something is wrong with his brain Read More.
Gunmaker Appeals to SCOTUS to Block Sandy Hook Victims’ Lawsuit
The gun-maker Remington has asked the Supreme Court to intervene in a wrongful death lawsuit brought in Connecticut by the families of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims Read More.
Pence confronts Venezuelan ambassador at UN: ‘You shouldn’t be here’
Vice President Pence called out Venezuela's United Nations ambassador to his face while addressing the body's Security Council on Wednesday -- a speech he used to declare it's time for Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro to step down Read More.
The Open Borders Agenda Rears Its Ugly Head
This week, President Trump fired his homeland security secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen. Nielsen was, according to media and the Democrats, a monster of the highest order Read More.
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