Arlington Cemetery to Stay Closed to Public for Memorial Day
Arlington National Cemetery will remain closed to the general public through the Memorial Day weekend with restricted access allowed only to family pass holders, officials said Friday. Read More.
Seattle Asks For A $100 Million Relief Fund For Illegal Aliens
Seattle leaders called on the Washington state government to establish a coronavirus relief fund that provides millions in cash assistance to illegal aliens. Read More.
Google Lands Huge Contract with Department of Defense
Axios reports that Google, the tech giant known for the sharp anti-Trump bias of its executives and founders and its self-admitted “shift toward censorship” in the wake of Trump’s election, has landed a massive contract to build cloud technology for the Department of Defense. Read More.
Virginia City That Voted Obama Twice Just Threw Democrats Out Of Office
Three Democratic members of the Staunton, Virginia, city council were ousted by Republicans on Tuesday despite receiving more votes than they did four years ago. Read More.
Prisoners Released Early Due To Coronavirus Committing New Crimes
At least 50 of New York City’s 1,500 inmates released early due to COVID had already been re-arrested . Read More.
James Clapper: Obama Ordered Us to Start the Witch Hunt
Will these parties that disregarded the laws and statutes that protect Americans be held to justice? Read More.
Leaked Tapes Reportedly Show Biden Pressuring Ukrainian President To Fire Prosecutor In Return For $1 Billion
A Ukrainian lawmaker with ties to the Russian KGB released on Tuesday excerpts of recorded phone calls reportedly made between former Vice President Joe Biden and former Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in 2016 discussing the ouster of a Ukrainian prosecutor in return for a $1 billion loan guarantee. Read More.
Illegal Aliens Jam Phone Lines as California Offers $500 Each in Coronavirus Relief
The State of California is offering $500 each to illegal aliens as part of a $75 million coronavirus relief program — even as it asks federal taxpayers for help paying for its $54 billion deficit. Read More.
De Blasio: Swimmers at New York City beaches will be 'taken right out of the water'
Mayor Bill de Blasio warned  that the city is serious about keeping swimmers out of the water at its public beaches Memorial Day weekend Read More.
Another Bill Ocasio-Cortez Refuses to Pay: 7-Year-Old Taxes From Failed Business
AOC reportedly still has not paid taxes on a failed business venture from seven years ago. Read More.
‘Pelosi Basically Lost Me’: White House Says Checks For Illegal Aliens A No-Go For Stimulus Negotiations
White House adviser Peter Navarro swatted down the possibility that the coronavirus stimulus package passed by House Democrats would be acceptable by the Trump administration. Read More.
Flynn Attorney Rips Obama: ‘Your Administration’ Was Damaging to ‘Rule of Law’
General Michael Flynn’s Attorney has released a 3-page ‘open-letter’ to former President Barack Obama. Labeled ‘Open Memorandum’ Titled ‘Re: Your Failure to Find Precedent for Flynn Dismissal’ Powell unleashes on Obama specifically; something few have done with regard to Flynn. The letter begins: “Regarding the decision of the Department of Justice to dismiss charges against General Flynn, in your recent call with your alumni, you express great concern: ‘there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free.” Read More.
Cuomo's office abusing power through coronavirus closures: Lawsuit
A Western New York law firm has accused Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state's attorney general of abusing their power in ordering further novel coronavirus closures of their business despite that it was deemed essential and therefore allowed to continue in-office operations, a recent lawsuit states. Read More.
Mitch McConnell is pushing the Senate to pass a measure that would let the FBI collect Americans' web-browsing history without a warrant
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is pushing forward with an amendment that would let the FBI collect records on Americans' web-browsing and search histories without a warrant this week. Read More.
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