Democrats’ Russia-probe obsession isn’t helping them with the voters

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, the Democrat from Minnesota, uttered a forlorn sentiment at a Center for American Progress conference. She said Democrats can’t spend all their time bemoaning President Trump’s existence and that her voters care more (more...)

Hillary Clinton hits Trump, pulls out Russian hat during Yale speech

Hillary Clinton took subtle jabs at President Trump during her Class Day speech at Yale, which she began by pulling out a Russian hat in an apparent reference to the ongoing investigation into Russian election meddling... (more...)

Nunes: If Informant Reporting Is True, It Is a ‘Absolute Red Line,’ ‘This Is Over’

Sunday on Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) said if the reports of a potential FBI informant in the 2016 presidential campaign of President Donald Trump (more...)

Pelosi ‘Not Hopeful’ Trump Will Reach Agreement with Kim Jong-un

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said she is “not hopeful” that President Trump is going to be able to reach an agreement with Kim Jong-un after the North Korean government pulled out of a recent planned meeting with (more...)

Top Dem Pollster: ‘Very Real Risk’ Millennials Won’t Turn Out for Left in ’18

Stanley Greenberg, one of the top Democratic pollsters, warned that there is a “very real risk” that young voters will not turn out for Democrats in the 2018 midterm elections. Greenberg’s remarks to the Atlantic’s Ron Brownstein t (more...)

FBI working to soften potential blow if top-secret informant exposed: report

The FBI has reportedly been working in recent weeks to soften the blow if the identity of a top-secret informant who fed information to investigators early on in the Russia probe is revealed. The Washington Post reported on Thursday that (more...)

Trump Is Keeping His Promises, but Congress Isn’t, Says Conservative Lawmaker

Rep. Jim Jordan says President Donald Trump has accomplished a lot in his nearly 17 months in office but Congress has dropped the ball on making good on promises to the American people. “Taxes have been cut, the economy is growing (more...)

Prison workers explain how inmates scam the system

In my last column, I let a retired New York state corrections officer tell you about a scam that has apparently been going on for a long time inside prisons. It goes like this: Convicts fake illnesses, get medication they don’t need and s (more...)

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Commerce Secretary: ‘Trade Tit-for-Tat’ with China Won’t be ‘Life Threatening’ to U.S.

WASHINGTON – U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross downplayed concerns of a trade war with China but said “a trade tit-for-tat” wouldn’t mortally wound the nation. (more...)

Kanye West Threatens the Democratic Party’s Hold on Black Americans

In the aftermath of the Kanye West dust-up, my heart goes out to the white people who control the Democratic Party. My pity stems from the hip-hop megastar’s November announcement to his packed concert audience that he did (more...)

Trump-backed congressman Barletta wins GOP Senate primary in Pa.

Rep. Lou Barletta (R-Pa.) is projected to win the GOP primary in the marquee race for the Pennsylvania Senate seat now held by Sen. Bob Casey (D).The Associated Press called the race for Barletta at 9:41... (more...)

NY Times David Brooks Admits He Likes a Lot of Things Trump Has Done

ARLINGTON, Va. – New York Times columnist David Brooks said President Trump’s support “has not wanted at all” and that he likes “a lot of things” the president has done so far in office. (more...)

Georgia Gubernatorial Candidate to Visit Sanctuary Cities on ‘Deportation’ Bus Tour

State Senator and Georgia gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams announced Tuesday the Michael Williams Deportation Bus Tour one week before the Peach State’s primary “to shine a light on the dangers of sanctuary cities and the (more...)

Applauding the Supreme Court’s ruling on sports betting

Congratulations to New Jersey! I look forward to not betting on sports just like I currently don’t bet at casinos. As you may have heard, the Supreme Court on Monday ruled that the federal law banning sports gambling outside of a few (more...)

ISIS Claims Deadly Paris Stabbing Spree

ISIS claimed responsibility for a Saturday evening knife attack in Paris that killed one person just a few days before the start of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month during which terrorists are told they'll receive extra spiritual reward for (more...)

Schumer, Menendez and the other Iran-deal hypocrites

Among those slamming President Trump for withdrawing from the Iran nuclear deal are several members of Congress, mostly Democrats, who opposed it then and say they still do now. People like New York’s Sen. Chuck Schumer, who came (more...)

Dems worry Trump economy threatens “Blue Wave”

Democrats are growing worried that the strong economy, and President Trump's messaging about his economic stewardship, will help Republicans in this year's midterm elections and have an even greater impact in 2020.... (more...)

Former Navy SEAL: Waterboarding, Sleep Deprivation: Just Another Day at the Office

The recent attacks on the president’s nominee, Gina Haspel, for the top spot in the CIA due to her involvement in the use of enhanced interrogation techniques by our DOD after 9/11 have me confused. As a member of the U.S. military, I (more...)

CNN’s Ratings Plummet Amid Stormy Daniels and Russia Hysteria While Competitors Hold Steady

CNN has been intensely covering the scandals of President Donald Trump and his administration as of late, but it appears all the attention on Stormy Daniels and the Russia investigation hasn't been paying off for the network. (more...)

Kerry: ‘We Should All Hope the World Can Preserve the Nuclear Agreement’

Former Secretary of State John Kerry, who led the State Department when the P5+1 agreement was forged in 2015, said in response to President Trump's pullout from Iran nuclear deal that "no rhetoric is required" and "we should all (more...)

South Korean Official Says Mike Pompeo Expected to Leave North Korea with 3 U.S. Prisoners

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled to North Korea on Tuesday and is expected to return from the trip with three U.S. prisoners of North Korea ahead of the U.S.-North Korea summit (more...)

McConnell trolls Blankenship on Twitter: ‘Thanks for playing, Don’

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-Ky.) Senate campaign team trolled West Virginia GOP candidate Don Blankenship over his loss in Tuesday night's primary race, sharing an image containing an apparent reference to... (more...)

Keep killing off Obama’s foreign policy, Mr. President

Withdrawing from the Iran deal, as President Trump announced Tuesday, is a good first step toward reining in the Islamic Republic’s regional mischief. But there’s plenty more to do, as Lebanon proved this week. Decades ago, Lebanon (more...)

Companies Are Distancing From Gun Owners — But Warren Buffett Refuses to Let Politics Run His Business

Billionaire Warren Buffett stood his ground when it comes to his company, Berkshire Hathaway, continuing to do business with gun owners, saying that his personal political beliefs aren't imposed on his company. (more...)

Nancy Pelosi Refuses to Call on Congressman to Resign After Child Molestation Claim

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has declined to call upon Rep. Tony Cardenas (D-CA) to resign after he was sued for allegedly molesting a teenage girl whom he allegedly drugged in 2007. Instead, Pelosi decided to refer Cardenas to (more...)