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Clinton Fired 93 US Attorneys in One Day, Trump Only 46

Kit Daniels | Infowars, Former President Bill Clinton asked 93 politically-appointed U.S. attorneys to resign in 1993, which didn’t prompt as much media outrage as when President Trump did it. “Attorney General Janet Reno today demanded the prompt resignation of all U.S. attorneys, leading the federal prosecutor in the District of Columbia to suggest that

Donald Trump and the Demobrats

Timothy Daughtry, If the Democrats continue with their whining, oppositional behavior, and frequent tantrums, they probably should just go ahead and change their name officially and become the Demobrats. In fact, it’s probably required by some truth-in-advertising law somewhere. A friend once hilariously acted out his experience of driving his young family from New Jersey

What Normal People Want

Katie Kieffer, Less than 1% of American adults identify as transgender and most Americans support President Trump’s recent immigration order—but you would think (from how much we publicly discuss refugees and sexual identity) that most Americans are LGBT open border activists. Most Americans are very ordinary (a.k.a. sane) people who couldn’t care less whether Bruce

Reverse Tea Party? Republican officials facing more protests across country

Washington Republicans this weekend faced more protests at public events — backlash that appears to be growing against President Trump and the GOP-led Congress for trying to dismantle ObamaCare and against other parts of their agenda. On Saturday, for the second week in a row, Florida GOP Rep. Gus Bilirakis reportedly faced about a hundred

Living Wage Is as Wrongheaded as the Minimum Wage

Larry Elder, What future will America have when so many of her citizens lack the ability to engage in critical thinking, refuse to connect the dots, and fail to use common sense?        This unwillingness to think clearly is no better demonstrated than by the continued support for the minimum wage. After all the studies and

Cory Booker 2020 Pres. Hopeful Testifies against Sessions – and earns Republican rebuke

Jennifer G. Hickey, Democratic Sen. Cory Booker cast aside long-standing precedent Wednesday and testified against a sitting Senate colleague, as he urged the chamber not to confirm Jeff Sessions for attorney general – a move that earned him a rebuke from Republicans. Critics charged the New Jersey senator was merely burnishing his credentials for a

Have gun, will travel: Groups push for states to honor concealed-carry laws

Gun-rights groups have high hopes for a new bill looking to grant “national reciprocity” for Americans with concealed firearm permits, introduced just as President-elect Donald Trump prepares to take office.  The bill, put forward in the new Congress last week by Rep. Richard Hudson, R-N.C., would allow gun owners with a state-issued concealed-carry license to

Fort Lauderdale Shooting: Another One Slips Through?

Susan Stamper Brown, Apparently, we now live in a country where you can walk into an FBI office, admit to being an ISIS terrorist and you aren’t taken seriously, but if you make a small rounding error on your tax return, rest assured, the IRS will come calling. The shooting in Fort Lauderdale should give

Four Suspects in Gang-Related Murder Case Are Illegals

Kathryn Blackhurst, Members of notorious MS-13 gang charged with killing of NJ man were based in ‘sanctuary’ county. Four of the five suspects charged in the gang-related murder of a New Jersey man in October are in the U.S. illegally, according to multiple news reports released this week. Authorities believe the five suspects are associated with Mara