Category Archives: Politics

Watchdog files FEC complaint over alleged DNC-Ukraine meeting on Trump oppo

A watchdog group wants the FEC to investigate the Democratic National Committee and a former consultant for allegedly soliciting illegal contributions from the Ukrainian government by seeking information about then-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

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Trump to North Korea: Be very, very nervous

President Donald Trump has warned North Korea it should be “very, very nervous” if it does anything to the US. He said the regime would be in trouble “like few nations have ever been” if they do not “get their act together”. His comments came after Pyongyang announced it had a plan to fire four missiles near the US territory of Guam. Continue reading →

Trump says US nuclear arsenal is ‘stronger, more powerful than ever before’ amid North Korea threat

Wednesday, President Trump tweeted that the United States’ nuclear arsenal is “stronger than ever before,” hours after issuing a harsh warning that North Korea would face “fire and fury” if it continued to provoke America. Continue reading →

McConnell to Consider Bipartisan Plan to Pay Health Insurers

Wow, insurance companies get bailed out, while we the people still get screwed….we still get higher premiums and deductibles.  red mad A week after an attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he’d consider a bipartisan effort to continue payments to insurers to avert a costly rattling of health insurance markets. Continue reading →

US attorney general says four charged in crackdown on leaks

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced four people have been charged over leaks as he launched a crackdown on disclosure of classified material. He said the suspects stood accused of unlawfully divulging classified information or concealing contacts with foreign intelligence officers. Continue reading →

Sessions unveiling leak crackdown on heels of transcript bombshell

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and other top administration officials are making a show of force Friday in their battle against illegal leaks, planning to announce details of investigations into leaks of classified material. The press briefing comes on the heels of one of the biggest leaks under this administration – the disclosure of transcripts of President Trump’s phone calls with two foreign leaders in January. Former federal prosecutors tell Fox News that leak likely constitutes a federal crime, and lawmakers of both parties have voiced concern about how that material got out and the security implications. Continue reading →

Good news, bad news as Trump administration staffs up

Trump got some good news Thursday regarding his efforts to fill job vacancies in his administration: Nearly 70 nominees received Senate approval in one fell swoop. Continue reading →

Trump Praises White House, Hits Back at ‘Fake News’ Report

There must be a way to muzzle these liberal asses. President Donald Trump late Wednesday lauded the White House as “one of the most beautiful buildings [homes] I have ever seen” and bashed a “fake news” report he had called it a “real dump.” Continue reading →

Canada opens Montreal Olympic Stadium for migrants from US

Montreal is temporarily opening its Olympic Stadium as a shelter to host a sudden increase in asylum seekers arriving from the US. More than 4,300 people have crossed into Canada seeking refugee status since January. The majority have crossed into the province of Quebec, straining government and community resources. Continue reading →