Russian agents’ indictment raises stakes ahead of Trump-Putin summit

Friday the federal indictment  of 12 Russian intelligence agents accused of hacking Democratic and state election computers in 2016 moves the topic of Russian meddling in the presidential election higher on the agenda for the two nations ahead of President Donald Trump’s summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. Continue reading

California Dems snub Sen. Dianne Feinstein for longshot rival, in ‘clear-eyed rejection’ of party establishment

Saturday the e California Democratic Party issued a stunning rebuke of U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein by decisively handing its official endorsement to state Sen. Kevin de Leon, her longshot Democratic challenger. Continue reading

‘Cal 3’ backer urges court to dismiss lawsuit opposing California break-up plan

The sponsor of the “Cal 3” initiative to split California into three states asked the state’s Supreme Court on Friday to dismiss a lawsuit calling for the proposal to be pulled from the November ballot. Continue reading

Thousands protest Trump’s ‘bigotry’ in Scotland; police hunt for paraglider protester who breached no-fly-zone

These dumb asses don’t know what or why they are protesting. Saturday  anti-Trump protests broke out in Scotland with thousands marching in the country’s capital of Edinburgh and several protesting within earshot of guests at Trump’s exclusive Turnberry golf resort. Continue reading

‘Organized Cruelty’: Clinton Blasts Trump Administration for ‘Trying to Rip the Heart Out of America’

Isn’t it about time the old bat shuts up? Friday former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ripped the Trump administration  during a teachers union conference in Pittsburgh. Continue reading

Critics slam ’embarrassing’ Mayor Sadiq Khan for feuding with Trump while London faces rising crime, knife deaths

London Mayor Sadiq Khan slammed President Trump’s criticism of him as “preposterous” after allowing a giant Trump balloon at anti-Trump protests in London, but critics question whether the mayor should be devoting his energy to tackling crime rather than “embarrassing” the city in front of the whole world. Continue reading

Trump throws fuel onto Britain’s fiery political debate over Brexit

Friday the UK awoke  to discover that President Trump had thrown fuel onto the country’s already fiery political debate — on a day in which he will hold a joint press conference with under-siege Prime Minister Theresa May, meet with Queen Elizabeth II and witness tens of thousands of demonstrators march through London in protest of his three-day working visit. Continue reading

Dems who drafted bill to abolish ICE now say they’ll vote against it

Democrats who drafted a bill to abolish Immigration and Customs Enforcement [ICE] suddenly announced Thursday night that they would vote against it if the legislation went to the floor, after House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy told Fox News he intended to call their bluff. Continue reading

Trump says Putin would not have invaded Crimea if he were president

Friday President Trump said ahead of his summit with Vladimir Putin that the Russian president would not have invaded Crimea had he been in office, calling the globally condemned annexation an “Obama disaster.” Continue reading

Trump, May pledge cooperation on trade after explosive interview

Friday President Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged full cooperation on trade and other issues easing tensions following Trump’s explosive interview in which he criticized her handling of ‘Brexit’ and called into question a U.S.-U.K. trade deal. Continue reading