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Congress Holding “Secret Conversations” About Removing Trump

Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, Critics pushing impeachment or removal under 25th Amendment. Members of Congress are holding “secret conversations” about removing President Donald Trump from office following a “difficult first 100 days,” according to a report from The New Yorker magazine. “Nobody occupies the White House without criticism, but Trump is besieged by doubts of

George Soros battles $10B lawsuit, familiar charges of wielding political influence

A $10 billion suit against George Soros accuses the self-styled humanitarian of meddling in the politics of a poor African country in order to settle his own scores, a charge the billionaire’s critics say reflects his longtime modus operandi. The 86-year-old investor, who controls a web of international nonprofits in addition to his vast financial

Trump orders review of visa program to encourage hiring Americans

President Donald Trump on Tuesday ordered a review of the U.S. visa program for bringing high-skilled foreign workers into the country, putting technology firms and the outsourcing companies that serve them on notice that possible changes may be ahead. Seeking to carry out a campaign pledge to put “America First,” Trump signed an executive order

Florida sheriff under fire over anti-drug video defends tactics: ‘We don’t negotiate’

A Florida sheriff who took heat for his anti-drug video that some people compared to ISIS propaganda footage stood behind his stern message to dealers. In the video shared on Facebook, Lake County Sheriff Peyton Grinnell told heroin drug dealers to “enjoy trying to sleep at night” because his officers were coming for them. “You can’t negotiate

Pruitt Takes Fire from Conservatives on Climate Showdown

Andrew Restuccia and Alex Guillen report in Politico on the heat President Trump’s EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is taking from conservatives over reports that he successfully urged Trump not to revoke the EPA’s 2009 “endangerment finding,” a far-reaching ruling introduced by the Obama administration that labeled carbon dioxide a dangerous substance in need of broad

Trump administration reversal on private prison use faces pitfalls

The Trump administration’s plan to reconsider privately run prisons faces a web of complications amid litigation and allegations the industry cuts corners at the expense of security.  Last month, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded an Obama-era memo directing the Bureau of Prisons to start phasing out the use of private prisons.  Supporters maintain the private

Send the Refugees to Hawaii

Todd Starnes, There is more judicial tyranny to warn you about. The latest – Judge Derrick Watson of Hawaii – he blocked President Trump’s temporary immigration ban. The president called Judge Watson’s decision unprecedented judicial overreach. Critics say it’s a ban on Muslims. But that’s not true. It’s a ban on refugees from countries infested

Trump Flipping the Script

Jack Kerwick, What a weekend. On Saturday morning, President Donald Trump subverted the narrative of the Regime, the Government-Media Complex, by announcing via Twitter that his predecessor, Barack Obama, wiretapped Trump Tower.   As of the present moment, the Donald has yet to present any evidence for this claim.  For this his critics are slamming