Special counsel Robert Mueller and his team, in their attempts to “flip” witnesses and get testimony that could damage President Trump, seem to be finding themselves stymied in that effort.
As we wait and wonder what eventually will happen with the various investigations into FBI misconduct –- in both their protection of Hillary Clinton and their surveilling of the Trump campaign –- here’s another story of how the secret activities of federal agents can go horribly wrong.
Sunday afternoon, hundreds of migrants at the San Ysidro Port of Entry on the California/Mexico border tried to cut through the security fence and storm the border to enter America.
I hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving dinner, and that it wasn’t ruined by relatives’ political diatribes or by some home-from-college sophomore accusing you of “fat-shaming” the turkey by calling it a Butterball.
While we were taking a break, leftists had more time on their hands than usual, so they had to find something to be OUTRAGED about.
Happy Black Friday, America! Although thanks to the Internet and early Black Friday deals, Black Friday is no longer stirring as much controversy as it did when it first started encroaching on Thursday night and pulling people away from their family Thanksgiving celebrations.
The letter from Mary in Arizona offering insight into Sinema’s win over McSally sparked many letters from around the country. Here are excerpts (with slight editing) from some particularly telling ones.
I already liked Texas Representative-elect Dan Crenshaw, but I’m liking him more every day. He was a heroic Navy SEAL who continued his service even after losing an eye in an I.E.D. attack.
New York Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has shown over and over that she has a tenuous grasp on basic facts about economics and government.
When there’s a difference of opinion between science and politics on a matter pertaining to scientific study, which should prevail?