Monthly Archives: June, 2018
Well that’s what we are supposed to do, deport illegals. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., said she supports abolishing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement because it has become a “deportation force.”
California cities and counties are banned from taxing sodas and other sugary drinks for the next 12 years under a bill signed into law by Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown.
About 41 cops have left the Seattle Police Department this year, many of them reportedly citing frustration with the city’s politics and a perceived lack of support from local officials.
Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell gushed over his wife Elaine Chao standing up to protesters who tried to confront the couple earlier this week in Washington.
Thursday the White House announced President Trump’s upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin will take place in Helsinki, Finland on July 16. The White House announced that the two will discuss “relations between the United States and a range of national security issues” when they meet.
Thursday Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein publicly vowed to hold wrongdoers accountable for the actions revealed in the recent watchdog report on the Clinton email case, while defending his agencies’ response to requests from congressional committees for documents related to the Russia investigation. He’s full of hot air.
Thursday President Trump blasted FBI agent Peter Strzok for refusing to answer “many questions” in his closed-door grilling on Capitol Hill this week — and took a shot at Special Counsel Robert Mueller over alleged “Conflicts of Interest.”
Demonrats have gone off the deep end. demonrat lawmakers and candidates are now demanding the elimination of Immigration and Customs Enforcement as part of their suite of demands in D.C.’s heated border battle.
Stupid demonrat. All they care about are those votes. A Democratic congressman introduced legislation to abolish U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), calling the agency “heartless.”
The owner of the Virginia restaurant responsible for kicking White House press secretary Sarah Sanders and her family out on Friday evening is stepping aside from leadership of a local business group. Stephanie Wilkinson stepped down as an executive director of Main Street Lexington, an organization tasked with promoting economic viability.