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Steve Bannon to head Trump’s Russia war room of legal ‘A-Team’

Christopher Wallace, Steve Bannon is not a lawyer, but the chief White House strategist is poised to become the senior partner in a heavyweight firm of bareknuckle barristers at the center of President Trump’s counter-offensive against Russia collusion claims. Bannon, the former Breitbart executive whose no-holds-barred approach served Trump well in the homestretch of his

Does DeVos Have An Education Agenda of Her Own?

Jane Robbins, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is exhibiting some noteworthy resistance to the education agenda of President Trump. One indication of this disposition is her insistence that the Every Student Succeeds Act did away with Common Core over a year ago, and her declaration that the federal government properly plays a role in approving states’ education

States in US West mark 75th anniversary of internment order

SALEM, Ore. –  States in the American West are marking the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt that forced 120,000 Japanese immigrants and Japanese-Americans into internment camps. Most were from Oregon, California and Washington state. Adults, including the elderly, and children could only bring what they could

Trump to American Muslims: Embrace Christianity, Pay Jizya, or Die?

Raymond Ibrahim, An honest Muslim wonders what if the shoe was on the other foot. As American liberals/leftists continue to portray Donald Trump’s immigration ban on seven Muslim nations in the worst possible terms—from “racist” to “Islamophobic”—and Muslim activists continue to claim “shock and trauma,” a lone Egyptian man has asked some relevant questions that

The dirty secret smart Democrats know (but won’t admit) about Trump

Douglas E. Schoen, President Trump’s shocking victory in November and the tumultuous beginning of his presidency have shattered many assumptions about American politics. For many liberals and progressives, the weeks since Donald Trump’s inauguration have been filled with soul-searching and even confusion about their place in American politics. Trump’s flurry of executive orders, coming in

Showdown! NFL MVP Matt Ryan for the Falcons Against Tom Brady and the Patriots

Daniel Leberfeld, Sports play as an escape from real world negativity. Unfortunately, the sports and political worlds collide quite a bit recently. Whatever your political persuasion, the actual game on Super Bowl Sunday should prove fun to watch. Neither the cast of the Mike Pence-hating musical Hamilton singing “America the Beautiful” pregame nor activist-singer Lady

Canadian PM Trudeau calls Quebec City mosque shooting ‘terrorist attack on Muslims’

Two gunmen stormed an Islamic center in Quebec City and opened fire killing at least six people and wounded eight others Sunday, police said Two suspects in the shooting were arrested, Quebec City police spokesman Constable Pierre Poirier said. Their identities haven’t been released. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemned the shooting, calling it a

Anti-LGBT demonstrators picket #Pizzagate restaurant on Inauguration Day

Melinda Carstensen, The Washington, D.C. pizzeria that was at the center of the conspiracy theory dubbed Pizzagate continues to be a source of controversy even after claims of the alleged child sex slave ring linked to Hillary Clinton have been debunked. On Thursday, The Washingtonian reported that picketers had swarmed Comet Ping Pong, harassing passersby,

David Horowitz Attacked During Senatorial Witch-Hunt of Jeff Sessions, Senator Richard Blumenthal trades in malicious slanders easily refuted. Editors’ note: David Horowitz was used as a pawn today in the senatorial witch-hunt of Senator Jeff Sessions, Trump’s choice for Attorney General. Senator Richard Blumenthal thoughtlessly passed on malicious slanders against Horowitz from the mis-named “Rights Coalition” led by the leftist Alliance for Justice.