Lloyd Billingsley, Last week, a San Francisco jury acquitted seven-time felon Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, a repeatedly deported Mexican national, of all murder and manslaughter charges in the July 1, 2015, fatal shooting of Kate Steinle as she walked with her father and a friend on Pier 14. The jury found the confessed shooter guilty
Cal Thomas, “Sound practical judgment that is independent of specialized knowledge, training, or the like; normal native intelligence.” — Dictionary.com’s definition of common sense. Sometimes what used to be called “common sense” can seem radical in Washington, which is used to practicing senseless policies and funding programs that don’t work. Immigration is a perfect example.
What’s the matter, Donny-boy? Do you need a Snickers? Donny Douche (or is it Deutsch?) went on the morning shows the day after Mika and Joe got slapped down by Trump on Twitter. Donny was incensed. He talked about how Mika takes the high road, and it was totally unfair and uncalled for to call
Ian Hanchett, Trump Wants Base to See Women and People of Color Not Involved. On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Last Word,” Fordham University Associate Professor of Political Science Christina Greer stated that President Trump “wants his base supporters to see — this is a white supremacist administration, and he wants them to see this leadership.
North Korea’s nuclear weapons development could be used as “blackmail” to influence the U.S. to abandon its ally in South Korea in order to make it easier for Pyongyang to overtake its archrival, a White House official said Tuesday. Matt Pottinger, the Asia director on President Trump’s National Security Council, said there might be some
Daniel Greenfield, The Democrats have ended their unity tour more divided than ever. Unlike Republican quarrels, their war is mostly ignored by the media. And yet it will define what the left and its plan to take over the country will look like. When Hillary lost, she didn’t just lose the White House. She also
Ken Blackwell, In the fallout of President Donald J. Trump’s historic victory, the Democratic Party is in a state of panic. They suffered record-breaking defeats across the country, and are still trying to clean up the mess caused by Hillary Clinton, a candidate who explored uncharted depths of political corruption. One of the Democrats’ biggest
President Trump has dismissed the end of his first 100 days in office as an “artificial” marker, but he’s packed the final stretch with a burst of executive orders and lofty legislative goals covering health care, tax reform and more. Before Saturday’s deadline, Trump plans to sign at least four executive orders — including one
President Trump is taunting the 30-year-old Democratic candidate seen as the leader in Tuesday’s special election to fill a Georgia House seat, claiming Jon Ossoff is soft on crime and big on raising taxes. “The super Liberal Democrat in the Georgia Congressioal race tomorrow wants to protect criminals, allow illegal immigration and raise taxes!” he
Howard Kurtz, I don’t know whether Steve Bannon has a long-term future in the White House, but I do know this: The press wants him out. There has been an almost obsessive focus with the fate of President Trump’s chief strategist, and the tone of the stories about the internal battles is unmistakable. Bannon is
Zero Hedge, ‘From now on we will respond with force to any aggressor or any breach of red lines from whoever it is and America knows our ability to respond well.’ A statement issued on Sunday by a joint command centre consisting of forces of Russian, Iran and allied militia alliance supporting Syrian President Bashar
A group of U.S. state insurance regulators should use New York’s sweeping cyber security rules as a model for how insurers must protect their networks from hackers and when they must disclose cyber events, New York’s financial regulator said on Sunday. “We believe the best way for industry to focus on the threat of cyber