SEVEN members of a suspected migrant grooming gang have been arrested in Finland for allegedly raping a ten-year-old girl repeatedly, reports local media. The suspects, aged 20 to 40, are accused o…
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The National Rifle Association’s media affiliate, NRATV, on Tuesday slammed “dishonest members of the media” who are saying conservative personality Dan Bongino was recently “dropped” by the network.
Three high-ranking senators are asking a federal judge for leniency on behalf of a former Senate intelligence committee staffer who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.
Mark Penn says this is no honest inquiry respecting the will of the people.
"Somebody misled the court"
Axios promised highly damning and highly detailed evidence in the Mueller probe. What it delivered instead was warmed-over D.C. conventional wisdom.
An elementary school principal in Nebraska makes the Grinch look like the nice guy who made Christmas great again. Her recently instituted bans on all things associated with the most wonderful season of all are the most Draconian yet in the ongoing "War on Christmas."
He made the statement in a heated Oval Office exchange with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Brett Kavanaugh was always considered to moderate and beholden to stare decisis for conservatives. Recent decisions are proving it.
Dr. Samuel Craig of Muskogee has filed a complaint with the national office of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, alleging that the Muskogee branch is being run by corrupt and shady people.
People in Grand Rapids, Michigan were lining up around the block for HopCat french fries with their signature cracked pepper seasoning when they first opened. Now, 11 years later and with 17 locations around Michigan, the fries remained one of their staple menu items. People love them so much that HopCat gave them the tongue-in-cheek name of “Crack Fries.” Because contemporary culture is a land | Read More »
Confident it will pass
A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday cut the fees Trump had requested by 25 percent and added $1,000 in sanctions against Clifford. “They received less than one half what they asked for because the request was gross and excessive,” Clifford’s lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said in an email after the
The "Outnumbered" panel gave us some immediate reaction Tuesday after President Trump's explosive, televised meeting with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi Tuesday over border wall funding.
For immigrant communities in the Bay Area and around the country, the past two years have been a time of extraordinary fear and real danger. Now, the Trump administration wants to make matters even worse. U.S. immigration law says the government can deny a green card or entry to the country for an immigrant who is considered a “public charge.” Under the Trump administration proposal, the definition of public charge would be expanded to include anyone who uses or is deemed likely to use public benefits, including Medicaid, assistance with food and non-cash housing assistance.
With the recent backlash against Kevin Hart over his short-lived Oscars hosting gig, a whole new generation of funnymen will arise that are too afraid of losing everything over a joke that offends someone in the audience.
House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi mocked President Trump's desire for border-wall funding hours after a tempestuous Oval Offic
Citizen journalist David Risselada has written a book, Psychopolitics in America: A Nation Under Conquest, in which he explains how so many are being led astray by what passes for the "conservative media." Consider the case of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was sold by Fox News and other beltway groups as a conservative pro-lifer.
Vice President Pence broke a tie Senate vote on Tuesday to confirm Jonathan Kobes as a judge on the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
On Monday, Justice Kavanaugh joined with Roberts and the (other) liberals on the bench to protect Planned Parenthood funding. Over the objections of Thomas, Alito, and Gorsuch, it was decided that the Supreme Court would not hear a case on whether states can defund the baby-killing conglomerate.