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The Military Coup Against Donald Trump of 2018, Part 2

Kurt Schlichter, The New York contingent of plotters gathered in the Times building so they could use the company’s considerable communications resources to monitor the coup. In Washington, the plotters were spread out – the State Department, the FBI headquarters (the new Director was under arrest and his Obama holdout deputies were overseeing the arrest

The ICE Man Cometh: And the illegals’ Democrat collaborators boil over with rage.

Lloyd Billingsley, Those who violated U.S. immigration law and remain in the country illegally claim to be fearful that Immigration and Customs Enforcement will grab them in church or at the doctor’s office. Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones thought it would be a good idea to bring in ICE acting director Thomas Homan “to try

Homeowner Guns Down Three Masked, Armed Burglars with AR-15

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Intruders carried knife, brass knuckles amid brazen midday robbery. Three armed thieves were shot dead in Oklahoma Monday by a homeowner wielding an AR-15 rifle. The incident took place in Wagoner County and led to the arrest of suspected getaway driver and robbery mastermind Elizabeth Rodriguez, 21. A 911 call released

Grassley holds up Deputy AG nomination until he hears from Comey on Russia

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Tuesday that he will not permit President Trump’s nomination for deputy attorney general until members of the committee are briefed by FBI Director James Comey on Moscow’s involvement in last year’s election. Senator Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, halted the nomination of Rod Rosenstein, a longtime U.S. attorney for

Networks Yawn as DNC Lurches Further Left

Brent Bozell, While the media do everything but spontaneously combust at the sight of President Trump, they ignore the other party in turmoil. Over the course of eight years, President Obama plunged the Democrats deep into a crater. But his media buddies paid no attention because nothing Democrats do or don’t do bothers them. For

Supreme Court Begins First Sitting of Trump Presidency

Ken Klukowski, WASHINGTON—Tuesday, the Supreme Court will begin its first sitting in which the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) will reflect the views and priorities of President Donald Trump, inaugurating a new direction in American law. The Supreme Court hears roughly 80 cases per year, divided into seven monthly sittings. The annual term begins with

Trump facing historic delays in confirmation push

Brooke Singman, Even as he signs executive orders at a furious pace and plans ‘yuge’ changes across the federal government, President Trump is dealing with a major disadvantage: His team is not in place.  Not only has the Senate confirmed just a handful of Trump’s Cabinet nominees nearly three weeks into his presidency, but hundreds

Sessions once asked Yates about AG’s responsibility to say ‘no’ to a president

President Trump’s selection for attorney general once questioned Sally Yates during a confirmation hearing in 2015 about whether the role of an attorney general was simply follow marching orders from the sitting president. “If the views the president wants to execute is unlawful, should the attorney general or deputy attorney general say no?” Sessions asked.

Suspected cop-killer on the loose wanted to be on ‘America’s Most Wanted’

The wanted murder suspect who led Orlando police on a frantic manhunt Tuesday after a shooting that killed an officer once apparently posted on Facebook that he wanted his face on one of America’s most popular crime shows. “Goals!!!! To be on Americas most wanted,” a November 2016 post on Markeith Loyd’s page read. A

Donald J. Trump Transition Builds Out White House Policy Team

 The Trump-Pence Presidential Transition Team today announced the build out of the White House policy team. The Domestic Policy Director and Council will report to the Senior Advisor to the President for Policy, Stephen Miller. All members of the policy team will be required to accept a five-year ban on lobbying after the conclusion of

ACLU: School’s Salute to Cops Sends “Ominous, Frightening Message”

Todd Starnes A patriotic, pre-game celebration honoring law enforcement and first responders at a high school football game has drawn the ire of the New Jersey chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. New Jersey’s Middletown High School South saluted more than 100 police officers and military personnel on Oct. 21st. The celebration culminated with

Clinton ally aided campaign of FBI official’s wife

The political organization of Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, an influential Democrat with longstanding ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an official at the Federal Bureau of Investigation who later helped oversee the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s email use. Campaign finance records show Mr. McAuliffe’s