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Nancy Pelosi: Sham ‘Shero’

Michelle Malkin, Finally, Nancy Pelosi’s faux feminist veneer has fully cracked. The Democratic “shero” is, and always has been, a sham. But after Pelosi’s incoherent babblefest on “Meet the Press” defending accused groper John Conyers and clown-cad Al Franken, the progressive left can no longer mask her partisan perv apologism. Pelosi milked her XX chromosomes

DOJ reportedly plans to send fleet of judges to immigration detention centers

The Justice Department is reportedly sending 50 judges to immigration detention centers across the U.S. to hear more cases and cut down on the massive backlog of immigration cases. Court will be in session from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., two sources told Reuters. Judges will be asked to volunteer for one or two month

Government Waste: Frittering Away the Funds

Ed Feulner, I have good news for lawmakers looking to purge wasteful spending from the federal budget: It’s a target-rich environment out there. That’s not to say you won’t encounter pushback from special-interest groups bent on preserving their slice of the pie. But a quick tour of the latest “Wastebook” from Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.)

Mexico’s unfilled border tunnels a security risk

Mexico’s inability to fully seal up border tunnels dug by drug smugglers poses a security risk and is an “open invitation” for cartels to carve out new tunnels, according to officials in the United States. On the U.S. side, drug tunnels have been filled with concrete since 2007, after the Los Angeles Times reported that

If Trump really wants a ‘beautiful’ wall, here’s what he’s gotta get right

Rep. Duncan Hunter, Donald Trump’s proclamation that he would build a “wall” along the U.S.-Mexico border was a major selling point in his campaign for the presidency.  It was this commitment that helped propel Trump to the forefront of a crowded field of primary opponents either unwilling or hesitant to back the idea, and it

California GOP Congressman Darrell Issa narrowly wins seat

The wealthiest member of Congress is keeping his job. Republican Darrell Issa narrowly defeated Marine-turned-lawyer Doug Applegate after a bitter contest in in the 49th District north of San Diego. Unofficial returns Monday showed Issa holding a 2,348-vote edge, with only a small number of votes left to tally. Vote-counting extended for weeks after the

In predicted tight race, Issa reelection bid still too close to call

Maligned pollsters made at least one correct prediction this year — combative, high-profile California GOP Rep. Darrell Issa would in November have the reelection challenge of his political career. More than two weeks after Election Day, Issa’s race, in once-reliable GOP territory, is the only remaining congressional contest still too close to call. The state’s

California Threatens Secession, Trump Supporters Say ‘Go For It’

Kelen McBreen | Infowars, Hillary backers in Cali so afraid of Trump presidency they want out of US completely. Hillary supporters in California are so upset following Trump’s devastating victory that they are threatening to start a secession movement. The twitter hashtags #CalExit and #Califrexit started trending after Trump was announced the winner of election

Twenty-Two Medal of Honor Recipients: Vote for Trump

Our nation is blessed with the promise of freedom and the glory of liberty. And our enemies hate us for it. The street corners in any American city might be lined with churches and temples and mosques. And our enemies hate us for it. Men and women of any race, color or creed can enjoy

Top Ten Schools Supporting Terrorists: San Diego State University Calling the campus supporters of Hamas barbarity by name. Last night, posters appeared at San Diego State University (SDSU) identifying the terrorist supporting groups and individuals currently operating unimpeded on the university campus. The guerrilla poster campaign at SDSU was prompted by the school’s inclusion on the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s 2016 Top Ten Schools Supporting Terrorists report, the latest effort in the Center’s Stop The

Earthquake advisory issued for Southern California

LOS ANGELES  – A swarm of earthquakes that rattled the Salton Sea area earlier this week has increased the probability of a major quake hitting Southern California, CBS Los Ageles reports. The California Office of Emergency Services (OES) issued an earthquake advisory warning residents and officials in Ventura, San Diego, San Bernardino, Riverside, Orange, Los Angeles, Kern