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 […]

MSM Meltdown: All Roads Lead to Unfair 2016 Election

Q says the Black Hats are panicked and we should enjoy the show. We’re not seeing any arrests, but reports continue popping up that support the MSM/Democrat narrative that President Trump did not really win the election; or if he did, he is not fit to serve as president. These are the stories: 1. Facebook […]

How Long Before they’re Indicted?

  On Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the dismissal of Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, just days before his official retirement. Sessions said that McCabe’s termination was warranted after a fair investigation revealed misconduct, including unauthorized disclosure to the media (leaking) and a lack of candor (lying) on multiple occasions. He added that the Office […]

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 […]

Trump Shuffles the Deck

President Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday, announcing it on Twitter. CIA chief Mike Pompeo is his replacement, while CIA Deputy Director Gina Haspel has been named to succeed Pompeo. Trump’s tweet: “Mike Pompeo, Director of the CIA, will become our new Secretary of State. He will do a fantastic job! Thank […]

House Panel FindsNo Russia Collusion

The House Intelligence Committee, led by Devin Nunes, said on Monday that they had finished interviewing people connected with the investigation into Trump-Russia collusion and found no evidence of “collusion, coordination, or conspiracy.” Democrats on the Committee had no immediate response to the announcement. However, they believe not enough witnesses have been interviewed, including Donald […]

South Korea Says Kim May be Ready to Talk about Nukes 

Kim Jong-un (center) with South Korean officials North Korea is ready to come to the negotiating table, according to South Korean officials. The two sides met on Monday and Tuesday, and Kim Jong-un held an “openhearted talk” with visiting envoys from South Korea. They reached a “satisfactory agreement” to hold a summit sometime in April. […]

We the People: Winning with  Trump’s Conservative Agenda 

President Trump had a busy week implementing his agenda. He imposed tariffs, threatened gun confiscations, met with lawmakers plus parents and students from Parkland, Florida, and with the leadership of the NRA. He held an opioid summit and spoke at Billy Graham’s funeral–and was the only President to attend; neither Obama, Bush, Clinton nor Carter […]

Ten Questions Parkland Officials Should Not Ignore

The number of unanswered questions about the February 14th massacre at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Broward County, Florida, keeps growing. You could say there’s not just one, but a herd of elephants in the room. Just like Las Vegas, the official narrative doesn’t stand up to scrutiny, no matter how hard Sheriff […]

Student Colton Haab Censored at CNN Town Hall

CNN held a “town hall meeting” on Wednesday evening featuring students and parents who were affected by the Parkland shooting at Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School. The NRA sent spokeswoman Dana Loesch, and several politicians were also invited. Colton Haab, a survivor of the shooting and a member of the JROTC said CNN censored his […]

Students, Parents from Parkland Talk Gun Control with President

The President met with students and parents from Majorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland Florida on Wednesday. The school was the site of the gun shooting on February 14 that left 17 students dead and several others wounded. Many of the students voiced their opinions about their experience and the need for stricter gun […]

Another “Process Crime” Indictment in Russia-Collusion Probe

Attorney Alex Van Der Zwaan has been charged with making false statements to federal authorities in the Russia collusion investigation. This is called a process crime, which means it was made during the investigation and would not have happened otherwise. Various media outlets have called Van Der Zwaan a wealthy Russian, a Dutch lawyer, and […]

House Committee to Investigate IT Aide

You may remember a scandal connected to former DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), who had a family of Pakistani nationals managing the IT Department for 20+ House Democrats. Imran Awan was the leader of the group, and he hired several family members to also contract to do IT work for the House. This gave […]

President, Republicans Celebrate Tax Cuts

The President addressed the nation twice on Wednesday, announcing that Congress had passed the tax cut bill. First, he asked the press to join him at a cabinet meeting, and invited them to stay for a prayer led by Ben Carson, Trump’s secretary of Housing and Urban Development. The President quipped to the press: “You […]

Conspiracy Corner: Four Clinton-Related Deaths

Barry Sherman, the billionaire Canadian who founded Apotex Pharmaceuticals, and his wife Honey were killed on Friday in what is being called a “suspicious suicide.” Apotex was awarded a contract to supply Haiti with vaccines after the 2010 earthquake devastated that country. His company was one of many to whom Bill Clinton, as Ambassador to […]