Republicans dig deeper after Postal Service cited for workers’ Clinton campaign aid

Republican lawmakers are casting a wider net in their search for wrongdoing at federal agencies in past election cycles, after learning the Postal Service violated the law by allowing employees to do union-funded work for Hillary Clinton’s campaign while on leave. Continue reading

Taliban spokesman not impressed by Trump’s ‘old, ‘unclear’ Afghanistan speech

A Taliban spokesman  criticized President Trump’s nationally televised address Monday night on his initiative to achieve lasting peace in Afghanistan and the region. Continue reading

Dems target 80 House seats; Republicans respond by going on offense

Next year’s midterm elections already have Democrats dreaming of winning a lot more than the two-dozen seats they need to re-take the House majority. Three times more.

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DNC cash crunch fuels Dem frustration, questions about Perez leadership

Of course they aren’t going to bring in much money.  Their voting base are all on welfare, and are takers, not givers. The DNC  just posted its worst July fundraising numbers in a decade, raising questions about why the party machine cannot capitalize on President Trump’s low approval ratings and whether new Chairman Tom Perez is up to the task. Continue reading

Secret Service depletes funds to pay agents because of Trump’s frequent travel, large family

the only option is to take away the protection of past presidents and their families, they don’t need it, they are out of there. The Secret Service can no longer pay hundreds of agents it needs to carry out an expanded protective mission – in large part due to the sheer size of President Trump’s family and efforts necessary to secure their multiple residences up and down the East Coast. Continue reading

Trump hits ‘Fake News’ after returning to DC, prepares for Afghanistan speech

Monday President Trump resumed his battle with the “Fake News” as he settled back into Washington after a “vacation” that turned into perhaps the most eventful stretch of his presidency. Continue reading

Petition urging terror label for Antifa gets enough signatures for White House response

A petition put up just days ago urging the Trump administration to label the left-wing Antifa a “terror group” has attracted well over the 100,000 signatures needed to merit a formal White House response. Continue reading

Clinton paid aide Huma Abedin nearly $65G from campaign funds since defeat

Loser presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has paid Huma Abedin nearly $65,000 from her campaign funds since her November election defeat, Federal Election Commission filings show. documents show Abedin  Clinton’s longtime friend and aide who served as the vice chair of the campaign, has been paid $64,415.10 in salary from Hillary for America, Clinton’s campaign committee, since mid-November.

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Dean: If You Vote GOP in 2018, Then You Support a Racist in the White House

Howard Dean lumped white supremacists and the GOP together when he warned voters not to vote for racists. “If you want to vote for a racist in the White House, then you better vote for Republicans,” the former governor of Vermont said on MSNBC on Saturday. Continue reading

3 vans linked to Barcelona terror attack suspect located, Spanish police say

Sunday 3 rental vans linked to the suspected driver in the deadly Barcelona terror attack were located prompting a massive manhunt in northeastern Spain for members of an extremist cell who police believe had planned to carry out “one or more attacks with explosives” in the Spanish city. Continue reading