The Anniversary of 4 Rulings that Changed America

Sunday and Monday mark the anniversary of some of the most pivotal decisions in U.S history. Except for the passage of Roe v. Wade that made abortion legal ion January 22, 1973, these anti-God, anti-Christ rulings all occurred on June 25 or 26. June 25, 1962 – Ruling that took prayer out of schools, because […]

State Department to Investigate Hillary Clinton

The State Department has opened a formal inquiry into the mishandling of classified information by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her aides. At this point, all involved have retained their top secret security clearances, giving them access to sensitive government information. The FBI looked into the matter a year ago, but no actions were […]

Democrats Wish for Death of Republicans

Republicans are being targeted for violence. The latest victim was Rep. Steve Scalise, who nearly died last week from gunshot wounds. Thank God, his condition has been upgraded this week to “fair.” The shooter, James Hodgkinson, carried a “hit list” of 30 Republicans in his pocket. Thanks to the heroic actions of his security detail, Hodgkinson […]

Republican Karen Handel Wins Seat in Georgia

After spending $30 million dollars, the Democrats lost the contest for Georgia’s sixth district, a seat once held by House Leader Newt Gingrich. This was the most expensive special election in history, with Democrat Jon Ossoff, a 30-year-old former congressional staffer and filmmaker running against Republican state representative Karen Handel. Ossoff doesn’t live in the […]

Syrian Jet Drops Bombs Near Coalition Headquarters, is Shot Down by U.S.

For the first time in the Syrian conflict, the American forces shot down a Syrian regime aircraft. This marks a new escalation of the conflict in the six-year-old Syrian civil war. The U.S. has entered the fighting on behalf of coalition forces that seek to destroy ISIS. However, after a Syrian government SU-22 fighter dropped […]

Seven Sailors Missing after U.S. Navy Destroyer Collides with Ship 

A U.S. Navy destroyer sailing off the coast of Japan collided with a Philippine merchant ship early Saturday morning. Seven U.S. sailors are unaccounted for and the ship sustained some damage. The USS Fitzgerald has taken on water, but continues to operate under its own power. How to Pray: May God preserve the lives of […]

Four People Shot at GOP Ball Practice

Congressman Steve Scalise (R-LA) and three other people were shot by a gunman at an early morning baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia on Wednesday. Two Capitol Hill police officers were injured as they attempted to take down the shooter, and a congressional staffer for Texas Rep. Roger Williams was also shot. None of the victims […]

President’s First Meeting with his Cabinet 

It has been a long time in coming, but finally President Trump met with the full members of his cabinet on Monday. He received a brief status report from each appointee and remarked “we’re here to change Washington, return power to the people, and we’re here to give people a great shot at a great, great […]

President Names 11 Conservative Judicial Nominees

In May, President Trump promised to name a slate of candidates to the federal bench each month. He has more than 120 openings to fill, and on June 7, announced 11 names every bit as conservative as the 10 he named in May. Two conservative groups, the Federalist Society and the Heritage Foundation helped compile […]

Comey Admits to Leaking, Says President was Never Under Investigation

Former FBI Director James Comey testified before the Senate on Thursday in connection with supposed wrongdoing by the President. What Comey said: President Trump tried to force him to drop the investigation into former national security advisor Michael Flynn. He interpreted Trump’s request, “I hope you can let this thing go,” as an order. Comey […]

NSA Contractor Arrested for Leaks

Reality Leigh Winner was arrested on Saturday after stealing classified information and leaking it to the press. The classified document reportedly shows that Russian agents attempted to hack into at least one voting software supplier in the U.S. prior to the 2016 presidential election. Winner, is a 25-year-old NSA contractor who holds a Top Secret […]

Trump Frees U.S. from Paris Climate Accord

The President announced on Wednesday he was withdrawing the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement, saying it’s not a good deal for America. He also suggested it might be renegotiated, but that it was not a major priority. In his address from the Rose Garden, Mr. Trump outlined the reasons for his decision, citing the […]

U.S. Interceptor Rocket Hits the Mark

The U.S. Air Force carried out an important test on Tuesday, simulating the firing of an intercontinental ballistic missile by North Korea, and then launching of an interceptor missile to stop it. It works like a bullet hitting a bullet. In this test, a target warhead was launched from a ballistic missile defense test site […]

President Obama Directed Routine Spying on American Citizens

More than one in 20 searches by the Obama NSA (National Security Agency) violated laws protecting Americans from illegal search and seizure. The illegal surveillance went on for years, even after the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court rebuked the Obama administration.  In 2011, the NSA, which promised to make changes, but instead continued to commit systemic violations of […]

Special Counsel Appointed to Investigate Trump

The President is calling the on-going investigation into his alleged ties to Russian “the greatest political witch hunt in history.” This comes one day after a special counsel was appointed to investigate him. President Trump says that he is fine with whatever people want to do, but his administration must get back to running the […]