Comey Should Be Thankful He Kept His Job For This Long

The Democrat-Media Alliance has been doing everything it can to make it look like President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey for no other reason but to save himself from the rapidly-concluding investigation into his campaign’s ties with Russia. But to make this narrative stick, they are being forced to bend over backwards to ignore the man truly behind Comey’s ...

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Catholic Professor Quits Over Racial Training Program

According to The College Fix, a Catholic professor at Duke Divinity School has resigned after the school faculty attempted to punish him for expressing criticism of a racial training program. Catholic Theology professor Paul Griffiths invoked the ire of the school establishment when he responded to a university-wide email encouraging staff and administrators to attend a two-day Racial Equity Institute ...

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Obama’s Iran Lies Finally Coming Out in the Open

On the basis of a Politico feature story that exposed how President Obama lied to the American people about who the U.S. was releasing from custody as part of the Iran nuclear agreement, Republicans in Congress are asking the Departments of State and Justice to provide them with more information about the previous administration’s activities. 13 senators wrote a letter ...

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Trump Teaches Republicans The Art of the Deal

Over the course of the 2016 election, there was a lot of talk about the Washington establishment – Republicans and Democrats alike – and whether they really had the best interests of the American people at heart. That debate has certainly not been resolved to anyone’s satisfaction, but one thing is certainly true: Self-interested politicians were not the only problem. ...

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Pro-Gun Groups File Lawsuit Against California Attorney General

Several pro-gun groups banded together to file a lawsuit against California Attorney General Xavier Becerra last week in a unified effort to stop the state from banning ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. The law, scheduled to go into effect on July 1, also requires gun owners who already possess such magazine to turn them into the proper ...

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DOJ: A Quarter of Federal Prisoners are Foreign-Born

According to statistics published by the Department of Justice this week, nearly 1/4 of the U.S. federal prison population is comprised of foreigners – more than half of whom have deportation awaiting them when they complete their sentences. “Illegal aliens who commit additional crimes in the United States are a threat to public safety and a burden on our criminal ...

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Hey, Didn’t We Just Win an Election?

In the wake of a $1.16 trillion spending bill that provided precious little “winning” for the Trump administration, conservatives are beginning to express growing anger about the failure of the Republican Party to stand up to hostile Democrats. “GOP control of Congress. Democrat control of Congress. What difference, at this point, does it make?” asked columnist Michelle Malkin on Twitter. ...

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McMaster: We Cannot “Accept” a Nuclear North Korea

In an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said that President Trump was building an international coalition of support in an effort to prevent North Korea from obtaining an intercontinental nuclear missile. McMaster said Trump’s efforts to block Kim Jong Un in this way were in perfect harmony with his promise to pull the U.S. back ...

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Trump Blasts Media at 100-Day Rally in Pennsylvania

President Trump, showing just how different his tenure in the White House is than his predecessors, chose to spend the evening of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner with supporters in Pennsylvania rather than the Washington elite. To the inevitable scorn of the media, Trump held a rally in Harrisburg to talk about his first 100 days and assure the public ...

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