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  • Republicans Demand Answers From Whistleblower

    Republicans Demand Answers From Whistleblower

    How come the “White House officials” mentioned in the now infamous whistleblower complaint, did not file complaints themselves, since supposedly they had concerns, and where the ones who apparently had first-hand knowledge of the phone call? It’s a good question, and one of the many ...
  • Ilhan Omar says U.N. should take control of our southern border

    Ilhan Omar says U.N. should take control of our southern border

    Last Tuesday, during an address in front of a crowd in Minneapolis, far-left Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar declared that the United Nations should be deployed at the US-Mexico border to help manage the immigration crisis, insisting that the Trump administration has and continues to ...
  • Internet Censorship Is Oddly Ironic

    Internet Censorship Is Oddly Ironic

    When the Internet went public 30 years ago, its key purpose was to help people access and share information. “The World Wide Web project merges the techniques of information retrieval and hypertext to make an easy but powerful global information system,” wrote Internet creator Tim Berner-Lee. ...
  • Trump Unveils Merit Based Immigration Reform

    Trump Unveils Merit Based Immigration Reform

    It seem like instead of your “your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…President Trump only wants countries to send their “top talent” to our shores. Trump has just unveiled his long-awaited immigration overhaul that would dramatically alter how the US accepts people ...
  • The New Left’s Holocaust Attack

    The New Left’s Holocaust Attack

    Controversial Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich, doubled down on her polarizing remarks about having a “calming feeling” whenever she thinks of the Holocaust, and that Palestinians created a “safe haven for Jews” after the Holocaust during her recent appearance on “Late ...
  • More Migrants on the Way

    More Migrants on the Way

    Hundreds of Hondurans have gathered in the city of San Pedro Sula with plans to make their way north toward the U.S.-Mexico border. Immigration authorities in Guatemala have warned that around 1,1000 migrants on buses were headed toward the two countries common border. The migrants composing ...
  • NY Post’s Startling Reply to Omar’s 9-11

    NY Post’s Startling Reply to Omar’s 9-11

    The New York Post has hit back hard with a scathing rebuke of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., following her recent comments on the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. The dramatic front page of the Thursday, April 11 edition featured an infamous photo of New York City’s Twin Towers on fire on the day ...
  • There is a Reason Gun Laws & Laws In General Don’t Work

    After every mass shooting, school shooting or act of gun violence, liberals quickly pick up their usual mantra of demanding the passage of more gun laws. Whether at the city, county, state or federal levels, they want everyone to believe that more gun control laws will help reduce gun violence ...
  • Veto On Tap as Senate Rebukes the President

    Veto On Tap as Senate Rebukes the President

    Enough turncoat Republicans joined their Democratic colleagues the other day in voting to block President Trump’s border emergency declaration. While President Trump probably had two choice words for those who voted against him, he replied simply with one – tweeting “VETO” after the vote. This ...
  • Trump’s Over Climate Change

    Trump’s Over Climate Change

    Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., kicked off her 2020 bid for the White House with a vow to combat global warming, and President Trump said: “Snow Kidding?” The Democrat from Minnesota announced her campaign for the Democratic nomination in the middle of a snowstorm, which prompted Trump to tweet, ...