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Sen. Schumer? Put Some Sauce on That

John Kass, New York’s Charles Schumer, boss of the Democrat minority in the Senate, is clearly under great stress, allegedly having screamed at a woman in a New York restaurant. But, hey, stress happens, especially when you start a partisan thermonuclear political war to kill the confirmation of a respected jurist like Neil Gorsuch to

Flynn in talks to testify in Trump-Russia probe if assured of immunity

Former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn is in discussions with the House and Senate intelligence committees to receive immunity from prosecution in exchange for questioning about potential ties between Russia and officials in President Donald Trump’s campaign, his lawyer said Thursday.  In a statement, Flynn’s attorney Robert Kelner said the retired Army lieutenant general “certainly

State Rep Caught Tipping Off Illegal Aliens About ICE Raids

Christian Datoc | Daily Caller, Massachusetts official subverts law on behalf of illegals. Massachusetts state Rep. Michelle DuBois posted a warning to illegal immigrants on her Facebook page Tuesday about upcoming Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids that are rumored to be taking place in the area. “ICE raid in Brockton (MA) on 3/28,” DuBois wrote

FBI scrutinized by Congress over probe into alleged Russia-Trump link

Two leading House and Senate committees are examining the FBI’s handling of its investigation into Russia’s possible links to Trump campaign associates and the country’s alleged interference with the 2016 presidential election. The Senate Judiciary Committee, headed by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, is investigating whether the FBI wrongly included political opposition research from Trump’s opponents in its probe,

Top House intel Democrat calls for Nunes recusal from Trump-Russia probe

The top Democrat on the House intelligence committee said Monday that the committee’s chairman should recuse himself from any further involvement into the investigation of possible ties between Russian officials and President Donald Trump’s campaign. In a statement, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said he believed “the public cannot have the necessary confidence that matters involving

Rockville Rape: Montgomery County School Superintendent Paid $275,000 Per Year

Katie Pavlich, Montgomery County School Superintendent Dr. Jack Smith, under fire for his delayed response to the alleged rape of a 14-year-old girl at Rockville High School last week, rakes in a taxpayer funded salary of $275,000, months of paid time off and a whole goody bag full of other pricey benefits.  According to Smith’s contract, he receives

Where’s Russia’s Collusion with Trump? Here’s Cuba’s Collusion with Clinton

Humberto Fontova, Think Trump would boast about Russia’s Bolshoi Ballet performing at one of his “get out the vote” campaign rallies? Think the mainstream media might trumpet such an event as the Holy Grail, Golden Fleece and Smoking Gun of that ever-elusive “Russian collusion” with his campaign? Think Comey’s FBI might “look into it?” Especially

House Intelligence Committee Chair Nunes on Obama Surveillance of Team Trump

Elliott Hamilton, House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA) held a press conference in front of the Capitol today and stated that President Obama ordered surveillance on members of President Donald Trump’s team following his electoral victory in November. This continues a weeks-long conversation that started with President Trump tweeting that the Obama administration wiretapped Trump Tower, causing chaos

GOP senators ask Tillerson to probe US funding of Soros groups abroad

Republican senators are asking Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to investigate claims that U.S. taxpayer money is being used to back left-wing billionaire George Soros’ political meddling and similar efforts overseas. A letter sent Tuesday asked for an probe into how U.S. funds are being used by agencies such as the United States Agency for International

Plot thickens in probe of House IT contractors

A criminal investigation into IT contractors employed by dozens of House Democrats is sparking broader concerns about continuing access to sensitive government emails, amid new allegations of illicit activity beyond Capitol Hill. The investigation was announced last month by the U.S. Capitol Police and purportedly focuses on the contractors’ access to House computers and whether