Kellyanne Conway: Trump Wants Investigation Into Alleged Wiretapping Activities

President Donald Trump wants an investigation into allegations that former President Barack Obama ordered his offices at Trump Tower to be wiretapped during the 2016 presidential election as the American people “should know what the truth is.” Continue reading →

$21.8 million in ObamaCare tax credits awarded to individuals who were not eligible to receive them

The Affordable Care Act exchanges awarded $21.8 million in advance premium tax credits to individuals who were not eligible to receive them, according to an audit from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. Continue reading →

Trump Russia Probe Does Not Need Special Counsel, Former Federal Prosecutor Robert Ray Says

Sunday former federal prosecutor Robert Ray said there is no need for special counsel to look into possible ties between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and Russian officials. Continue reading →

Protesters Demand that Cornell U Provide Funding, Housing to Illegal Immigrants

Here’s another idiot liberal idea folks. What about all those legal students? Liberals want illegals to have it all free and to hell with everyone else. Students and faculty members at Cornell University are demanding that the prestigious Ivy League university provide both housing and sanctuary for illegal immigrants who are enrolled in or work at the school. Continue reading →

Pence chides Associated Press for publishing wife’s email address

Saturday Vice President Pence lashed out at the Associated Press for listing his wife’s email address in a story about his frequent resistance to public records requests while Indiana’s governor. Continue reading →

French Primary School Teacher Suspended After Reading Bible to Children

In France, a primary school teacher was suspended after reportedly reading passages from the Bible to his students. Denounced by a “group of parents” who wrote an anonymous letter to the director of the school, the teacher is now accused of violating the principle of secularism in school and even of “proselytism”– an attempt to convert people to a religious belief. Continue reading →

Republican AGs helping Trump – by suing administration

A few hours before his first address to a joint session of Congress on Tuesday, a cheery President Trump posed for pictures with roughly 20 Republican attorneys general. “These are some great people here,” the president said – fully aware that the AGs are in the midst of filing a flurry of lawsuits against the Trump administration. Continue reading →

Oregon judge faces scrutiny for allegedly helping illegal immigrant escape ICE

An Oregon judge is being investigated after she allegedly helped an illegal immigrant elude ICE agents in January by guiding the man through a private entrance at the courthouse. Continue reading →

Ex-CIA officer who faced extradition freed after intervention from Trump administration

A former CIA case officer who faced extradition to Italy for her alleged role in the rendition of a radical Egyptian Muslim cleric is now free after Trump administration officials intervened. CIA Director Mike Pompeo lobbied his counterparts in Portugal and Italy on behalf of Sabrina De Sousa who was convicted in absentia along with 25 other Americans after the post-9/11 rendition of an Egyptian cleric. He was later found guilty on terrorism charges. Continue reading →

Kushner, Flynn met with Russian ambassador in December

Hey folks, who the hell cares who they met with? Who do rot gut Demonrats meet with in private. Or better yet, what did pants droppin’ Clinton and Loretta Lynch do on that tarmac in Arizona last summer? Continue reading →