Nine New and Bizarre Details About the Las Vegas Attack

We will probably never know what happened in Las Vegas (as the saying goes, it will stay in Vegas.) But in the interest of the truth, let’s see any of what we’re being told makes sense. And let’s also look at the oddities, the deaths and disappearances, that may point towards the truth. 1. Key […]

Trump Submits 70-Pt. Immigration Pla

On Sunday, the President submitted a 70-point immigration enforcement plan to Congress. It includes a massive rewrite of the law in order to eliminate legal loopholes. – Border wall – More deportation agents – Crackdown on sanctuary cities – Stricter limits to chain migration [immigrants from one place are followed by others to the same destination, […]

Everyday Heroes in Las Vegas Tragedy

Amid the chaos and the calamity of shooting rampage that killed 59 and wounded 527 others at the Route 91 Harvest Festival of country music in Las Vegas, there have been several stories of self-sacrifice and heroism. To a person, those that survived denied they were heroes. They were just people doing what people do […]

Disaster after Disaster in Puerto Rico

A “war of tweets” has erupted between President Trump and the Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico. The island was left in shambles by Hurricane Irma and although the food and water have been sent to meet the needs there, it isn’t getting to the citizens. FEMA relief efforts have been criticized by some and […]

Shooting Victim Returns to Congress

Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) was shot 15 weeks ago during practice for a charity baseball game, but on Thursday–against all odds–he returned to Congress. Scalise was received with thundering applause and spoke with great joy about God, his recovery, and the people who literally saved his life. “As soon as I was shot and laying […]

Tit-for-Tat, U.S. Invades Russian Consulate

On September 2, smoke was seen coming from a chimney at the Consulate General of Russia in San Francisco. The consulate and two other diplomatic facilities owned by Russia in Washington and New York were ordered to be vacated by the Trump administration and then were searched by the FBI the following day. The smoke […]

President to End DACA Immigration

President Donald Trump announced he will end the Obama-era DACA program that grants work permits to illegals who arrived in the country as children. Ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, aka “Dreamers” Act fulfills one of the president’s core campaign promises. Attorney General Jeff Sessions made the initial announcement, saying the President is putting […]

Did North Korea Test Hydrogen Bomb?

Early Sunday morning, North Korea carried out its sixth and most powerful nuclear test. The blast was underground, causing tremors that were felt in both South Korea and China. Some believe the best was of a hydrogen bomb, with power that surpasses the destruction potential of the bombs dropped on Japan during World War II. […]

Houston: One Trillion Gallons of Water,  50+ Inches of Rain

The rescue efforts in the Houston area are ongoing. More rain is expected and the flood plan is expanding. It is 12 years, to the day, that Hurricane Katrina ripped into New Orleans. Here are some more take-aways from Texas: 9,000 people are being housed in the convention center and more are finding shelter at […]

Hurricane Harvey Hammers Texas

Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the city of Rockport, TX, on Friday as a category 4 storm. It lost strength and became a category 1 storm on Saturday, stalling out over Houston. On Sunday, Texans were battling the affects of severe flooding. Several people have died and thousands needed rescuing. The storm has affected about […]

Fourth Mishap this Year–A Coincidence?

The USS John S. McCain collided with a merchant ship on Monday off the coast of Singapore. Ten sailors perished when their bunks flooded and five were injured. The Navy is still working on recovering their remains. This was the third collision this year for U.S. naval ships this year, a fourth ship ran aground. […]

President Announces New War Strategy for Afghanistan

The President addressed the nation Monday night from Ft. Myer Army base in Virginia, which is adjacent to Arlington National Cemetery. Here are the highlights: First, he exhorted the nation to look to the U.S. military who are patriots who have given their last breath on the battlefield for our nation and our freedom. They […]

Proof: Russians did not Hack DNC

One year ago the Democratic National Committee’s computer system was hacked and 44,053 emails were leaked. Since then, Democrats and members of the establishment and mainstream media have been crying foul, saying that Donald Trump and his campaign staff, colluding with the Russians, were responsible. The result was an unfair election that should have been […]

Tragedy in Virginia

One woman was killed during a “Unite the Right” demonstration in Charlottesville, VA, on Saturday when a 20-year-old Ohio native named James Fields drove his car into a crowd of protesters. The victim, 32-year-old Heather Heyer, was crossing the street at the time. At least 35 other people were injured. Several hours later, two Virginia […]

Threats from Without and Within

1. North Korea   North Korean government media broadcast threats against the U.S., saying “There is no bigger mistake than the United States believing that its land is safe across the ocean.” It added that the U.S. would pay dearly “thousands of times” for the economic sanctions, which include prohibitions on exports of coal, iron, […]