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 […]

Obama Granted Citizenship to 2,500 Iranians

During the 2015 negotiations with Iran leading up to the nuclear deal, President Barack Obama granted US citizenship to 2,500 Iranians. This included family members of government officials, according to a senior cleric and member of Iran’s parliament. He added that citizenship was given as a favor to those linked to President Hassan Rouhani, and […]

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 […]

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 […]

North Korea Dismantles Test Site, But Threatens to Back Out of Meeting

As promised, Kim Jong-un has begun dismantling a nuclear test site in preparation for it to close next week. The facility was North Korea’s primary site where the last five nuclear tests were performed. Satellite images show the site was dilapidated even before some buildings were razed. Analysts say Kim may be removing details he […]

Welcome Home! 

When the three former captives of North Korea landed at 3 a.m. on Thursday, President Trump, First Lady Melania and Vice President Pence and his wife Karen were there to welcome them home. The President and Melania boarded the plane to personally greet them, then they gathered on the tarmac to talk to reporters.   […]

Mueller’s Case Hits a Wall: Judge Questions Scope

Robert Mueller’s team of prosecutors hit a wall Friday in their case against former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. After listening to their arguments, U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III, brought into question the scope of Mueller’s investigation. He suggested that he may side with Manafort’s lawyers, who argue the charges against him are not […]

Trump Lawyer Giuliani:  Trump Knew about $130,000 Payoff  

Rudy Giuliani, the former NY Mayor and new-hire to the Trump legal defense team, was interviewed by Sean Hannity on Fox News Wednesday night. He came right out and admitted that the President knew his long-time lawyer Michael Cohen paid Stormy Daniels, the former porn star, $130,000 as part of a non-disclosure agreement. Previously, Trump […]

Kim to Suspend Strikes, Shut Down Nuclear Test Site

A Korean source says as a show of good faith for the upcoming meeting with President Trump, Kim Jong-un will suspend nuclear and missile tests and shut down a nuclear test site. The date and place for the summit have not yet been named. On Thursday, North Korea dropped its demand that U.S. troops stationed […]

Lawmakers Demand Prosecution of Hillary, Comey, Others

Attorney General Jeff Sessions received a letter from eleven Congressmen asking him to prosecute Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Loretta Lynch, and others. The letter was also addressed to FBI Director Chris Wray and U.S. Attorney John Huber. It asks for an “investigation of potential violation(s) of federal statutes.” Note: Huber was appointed by […]

The World Reacts to U.S.-Allies Airstrikes in Syria

As the dust settles in the aftermath of the airstrikes on chemical weapons facilities in Syria, there are many different responses from the different sides: Report from the Pentagon: Strikes were conducted 3-4 a.m. Saturday morning in Syria in a joint operation between U.S., France, UK Every one of the 105 missiles fired hit its […]

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 […]

Pope Says there is No Hell, Vatican Backtracks

  Just in time for Passover and resurrection Sunday, the Pope gave an interview exposing his beliefs that there is no hell or punishment for the wicked. In an interview with an Italian journalist, Pope Francis was asked to clarify an earlier statement about God creating new species after humanity disappears. The journalist wanted to […]