Abortion Leading Killer of Black People

A new study released by the University of North Carolina reports that the leading cause of death in the US among African Americans is abortion. It accounts for 61 percent of deaths in that sector of the population. Overall, abortion is the leading cause of death in the US, causing twice the number of deaths […]

EU Gives In, New Trade Favors US

President Trump and EU Commission President Jean-Calude Juncker gave a surprise press conference in the Rose Garden on Wednesday, announcing they had reached an agreement on lowering trade barriers on goods and services. The trade between the two is worth more than $1 trillion. Here are the results of the agreement: Zero tariffs, zero non-tariff […]

Trump Calls out NATO, Germany for Hypocrisy

This week Donald Trump met with NATO members in Brussels and exposed the hypocrisy of non-compliant NATO countries, particularly Germany. He also questioned the need for NATO, which was formed after World War 2 to keep the Russians out of Europe, keep American military in Europe, and keep Germany from becoming a problem again. NATO […]

Trump Nominates Judge Brett Kavanaugh

President Trump announced Monday night that he is nominating Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Trump said nominating a Supreme Court justice is one of his most profound responsibilities as president; justices are entrusted with safeguarding the crown jewel of our republic–the Constitution of the United States of America. The President also thanked retiring Justice […]

Pruitt Down, Jordan Next?

The opposition research team has been busy working to get Republicans out of office. First came HHS Secretary Tom Price, who resigned in September after a firestorm of media criticism. This week, it was EPA Secretary Scott Pruitt who stepped down due the extreme threats against him and his family. The accusations have been swirling […]

Shooting in Annapolis, Five Dead MSM Blaming Trump 

The Capital Gazette newsroom Annapolis, MD was the target for a shooter who had been angry with the newspaper since 2011. The suspect, Jarrod Ramos, 38 took a long gun to the newspaper’s office and opened fire, killing five people and wounded several others. First responders got to the scene within 60 seconds of the […]

SCOTUS Rules in Favor of Religious Liberty

  On Monday morning the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Colorado baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a gay couple. The vote went 7-2, the Justices overwhelmingly ruling that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission violated baker Jack Phillips’ rights under the First Amendment. Justice Anthony Kennedy said in his majority […]

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

The employment numbers for May were excellent. The seasonally adjusted jobless rate of 3.8 percent matches April 2000 as the lowest since 1969. Average hourly earnings were up and employers have added workers for 92 months straight–the longest continuous jobs expansion ever. Also noteworthy: Underemployment dropped to 7.6 percent Average workweek is up to 34.5 […]

Wins and Losses for Freedom

On May 25, global tech giants were forced to submit to a European law called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which harmonizes privacy laws across Europe. It forces organizations that collect, use, and manage personal data to explicitly state that what they do with it so that consumers can opt in or out of […]

Capitol Police Corruption Protects Top Democrats

Do you remember the yet-to-be-prosecuted Imran Awan? He was the IT staffer who worked for Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) and about 20 other House Democrats who helped himself to classified information. Now it seems that his lawyer received from the Capitol Police damaging evidence that was meant for the prosecution! Let’s back up and […]

Chemical Attack in Syria Kills Dozens

The President announced a week ago that he wanted to pull our troops out of the Syria. He made a campaign pledge to stay out of needless wars, and with the strength of ISIS reduced to negligible, he said troops would be out “soon, very soon.” On Sunday, it was reported that dozens of Syrians […]

Multiple People Injured in Shooting at YouTube HQ

  A shooter began firing at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California, on Tuesday afternoon. Police say Nasim Aghdam shot her boyfriend before taking her own life. Three people are being treated at area hospitals, including the boyfriend who is 37 and fighting for his life. The Shooter: “Nasim the Persian Azeri female vegan […]

Trump Sends Russian Diplomats Packing

The President and other European leaders responded to allegations that the Russians were behind the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his grown daughter in England earlier this month. Trump ordered the Russian consulate in Seattle to close and all 60 diplomats be sent packing. Eighteen European countries joined the move ousting more than […]

Trump Signs Tariffs, “Economic Surrender is Over”

President Trump signed into law tariffs against China to protect jobs and American technology. The President estimates the U.S. has a $375-$500 billion trade deficit with China who is stealing intellectual property and technology. Trump said the Chinese built their country on American money through unfair trade, and we should think of these tariffs as […]

A Month After Parkland Shooting, Another FL School Tragedy

A brand-new concrete pedestrian bridge on the campus of Florida International University collapsed Thursday afternoon, crushing eight cars, killing six people and injuring several others. The bridge gave way suddenly while the traffic light for motorists was red. The $14.2 million bridge was a collaboration between MCM Construction and Figg Bridge Design. It spanned eight […]