Monthly Archives: March, 2018
Who would have thought, that Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign may have harvested the Facebook data of millions of people using an app that asked them to pair their Facebook friends list with their smartphone’s contacts list – in a bid to reach those people and persuade them to vote for Clinton.
Many Republicans remain bitter that their party passed that bloated $1.3 trillion omnibus—almost as bitter as President Trump, who felt pressured to sign it. But this fight doesn’t have to be over.
For the second time Friday a new intercontinental ballistic missile hailed by Russian President Vladimir Putin as being able to fly over the North or South Poles and strike any target in the world reportedly was test-launched.
Wow, the mainstream media is still trying to slam Trump. They are now targeting a highly qualified doctor with misleading rhetoric. Dr. Ronny Jackson was appointed by President Obama, served in Iraq, is a highly trained Navy admiral and even on faculty at a Harvard-affiliated hospital. But media members apparently blasted his looming nomination to head Veterans …
Booted out Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin is ripping the “toxic, chaotic, disrespectful and subversive” environment of Washington after being canned by President Trump this week.
Thursday Judge Andrew Napolitano said that Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz will find a “treasure trove” of abuses by the DOJ and the FBI.
Donald Trump Jr. is unloading on former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush for saying this week he has kids who “actually love me” – a comment interpreted as a jab at the president.
As the debate over gun control battles on, Chicago continues to be plagued by gun violence, despite having some of the strictest firearms laws in the country. In 2017 alone, the city saw more than 2,700 shooting incidents.
Tuesday facing a public backlash, officials in Southern California’s Orange County rescinded their plan for emergency homeless shelters in three cities. The homeless shelters in Irvine, Huntington Beach and Laguna Niguel were to house up to 400 people, the Orange County Register reported. Laguna Niguel ranks seventh among the nation’s wealthiest cities.