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Sessions: Shield Illegals, Lose $4 Billion

Matthew Vadum, President Trump is following through with his promise to restore law and order in seditious sanctuary cities. The Trump administration is moving forward with cutting off federal law enforcement grants to local governments that shield illegal aliens, especially violent felons, from federal immigration authorities, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said yesterday. The attorney general’s

Briefs: Senate Democratic leader urges removal of House intel panel chair

The U.S. Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer, called on Monday for the removal of Republican Representative Devin Nunes as chairman of the House of Representatives’ Intelligence Committee. Nunes, whose committee is investigating potential ties between President Donald Trump’s campaign and Russia, visited the White House the night before announcing he had information indicating Trump associates

Trump administration approves Keystone XL pipeline

The Trump administration has issued a presidential permit to pipeline builder TransCanada to build the Keystone XL pipeline. White House press secretary Sean Spicer tweeted that President Donald Trump would discuss the pipeline later Friday morning. The State Department says that it determined that building Keystone serves the U.S. national interest. That’s the opposite conclusion

Senate leader demands to know why accused rapist was allowed to enter US illegally

A leading U.S. senator is demanding to know why a teenager from Central America accused of raping and sodomizing a 14-year-old girl in a Maryland high school was allowed to enter and remain in the U.S. since crossing the border illegally months ago. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., chair of the Senate Homeland Security and Government

Raging Feminist who Attacked Spicer Needs to Learn Manners

Todd Starnes, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer was in an Apple store over the weekend – just minding his business when he was set upon by a raging liberal — a foaming at the mouth feminist. identified Mr. Spicer’s attacker as Shree Chauhan, a former educator and a child of Indian immigrants. She filmed

Trump previews joint address to Congress, takes blame for ineffective communications

President Trump on Tuesday morning said his joint address to Congress this evening would focus on the central planks of his campaign – the military, the border, jobs and healthcare – and he took responsibility for any communications miscues that have blunted the effectiveness of his message in the early days of the administration. Trump,

The Real American Majority

Joseph Klein, Clear majority of Americans support President Trump’s policies against sanctuary cities. Americans overwhelmingly approve of President Trump’s efforts to clamp down on so-called sanctuary cities, according to the results of a Harvard–Harris poll. The Hillreported the poll’s finding that “80 percent of voters say local authorities should have to comply with the law by reporting

Trump would be willing to remove Bannon from National Security Council

White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Tuesday that if President Donald Trump’s newly appointed national security adviser wanted to remove chief strategist Steve Bannon from the National Security Council’s principals committee, the president would “take that under serious consideration.” “The president has made clear to him he’s got full authority to structure the national

W.H. Fears Sabotage by Intelligence-Industrial Complex

Clifford Cunningham, Congressman says Flynn victim of political assassination. Administration sources have expressed concerns that elements of the “intelligence-industrial complex” are trying to discredit Donald Trump to forcibly remove him from office. “I think there’s a point there, and there are a number of different people on Capitol Hill and in the administration who I’ve

Media helped force out Flynn, but leakers’ real target is Donald Trump

Howard Kurtz, It was close to midnight when I had to kill a column I’d already filed for Fox News and write about the Michael Flynn resignation. The inescapable irony: The spiked column said that some positive stories for President Trump, such as his meetings with the leaders of Canada and Japan, were being drowned