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Socialist Power Couple Under Investigation

Matthew Vadum, When leftists lawyer up. Feeling the prospective sting of accountability that socialist grifters rarely experience in their natural lives, Sen. Bernie Sanders is lashing out at those accusing his wife of an alleged financial fraud that caused Burlington College to collapse last year. Media reports also indicate prosecutors could be investigating the Independent

Ben Carson Finds $500 Billion (Billion!) In Errors During Audit Of Obama HUD

Joseph Curl, Ben Carson was the first neurosurgeon to successfully separate conjoined twins, so, he’s kind of a super hero. But apparently, he’s also not a bad accountant. President Trump picked Carson to head the Department of Housing and Urban Development, whose budget grew by leaps and bounds under Barack Obama. In one of his first acts as

Winning the Civil War of Two Americas

Daniel Greenfield, America vs. Anti-America. When John Edwards touted the “Two Americas” during his presidential campaigns before his political career ended in disgrace, it was still a metaphor. It stopped being a metaphor at the end of last year. If you doubt that, you can watch Tom Perez, the head of the Democratic National Committee,

Whistleblower Files Charges Against Obamacare Looting Scheme

Jerome Corsi | Infowars, Obama administration looted investors to fund Obamacare. WASHINGTON, D.C. – A whistleblower who filed last week a formal complaint with the Federal Housing Finance Authority (FHFA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) provided Infowars.com with a document leaked from Freddie Mac that proves both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are currently out-of-compliance

Democrats blind to real reason America elected Trump

Bryan Dean Wright, Lost in the shuffle of national news last week was the publication of an assessment by Democratic operatives on why my party lost the 2016 presidential campaign. Their argument? Voters chose President Trump because they had a “fear of diversity.” The authors – living in New York and San Francisco – concluded

Trump Jobs Boom Shows Americans Were Right and the Experts Were Wrong

John Carney, The economy added nearly 300,000 private sector jobs in the first full month of Donald Trump’s presidency–blowing away the expectations of economists and defying many so-called experts who predicted Trump’s presidency would lead to an economic slump. Employment in the private sector rose by 298,000 jobs in February, according to ADP and Moody’s

Iran, terrorism and the rise of the revolutionary guards’ financial empire

Alireza Jafarzadeh, Over the past decade, a significant portion of Iran’s economic institutions have been handed off to the office of the Supreme Leader under the guise of “privatization.” The driving force behind this stunning power grab is the expanding sphere of influence of Khamenei’s office and the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) over Iran’s

Trump Should Expand Audits of Programs That Waste Taxpayers’ Funds

Veronique de Rugy, Let me dream for a second that the Trump Administration is serious about rolling back the expansion of government that occurred during the George W. Bush and Barack Obama years. In that case, much of this effort will require congressional action. And that, of course, means persuading enough politicians to do the

Top Russian official: Our relationship with US at lowest point since Cold War

A top Russian official reportedly said Tuesday that Moscow’s relationship with the U.S. is at its lowest level since the Cold War. Sergei Ryabkov, Russia’s deputy foreign minister, said his country would analyze President Trump’s address to Congress later Tuesday, Reuters reported, citing the Interfax news agency. Earlier this month, Russian officials voiced concerns about