The mainstream media has ignored an FBI report that leftwing American anarchists have ties with radical Islamic terrorists.
Amid all the accusations of sexual assault and harassment, the biggest loser may not be a man, but a woman—Hillary Clinton—who has been an enabler of her husband’s intolerable behavior toward women.
Billionaire Tom Steyer’s TV ads calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump are self-serving. His real goal is to build his name recognition among Democrats so he can run for office in California.
The worse thing that can happen to a serious book is that it arouses universal laughter and ridicule. And that’s what happened to Hillary Clinton’s new book, What Happened.
Obama administration holdovers in the Deep State have been stealing files and shredding documents at the Justice Department, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions is determined to catch them and put them behind bars.
Prosecutors at the Justice Department are planning to expand their Hillary Clinton investigation beyond her emails to include the Clinton Foundation’s finances and Hillary’s pay to play relationships with foreign businessmen and governments.
The Justice Department is considering offering Hillary Clinton a plea bargain if she will agree to plead guilty to charges that she broke the law by mishandling classified material on her private email system when she was secretary of state.
The media would have you believe that Donald Trump is the worse president in history. But a comparison of the actions of three presidents who have gone before him—Roosevelt, Clinton, and Obama—proves that’s not true.
By investigating Donald Trump’s business dealings, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has crossed the president’s “red line.” This sets the stage for an epic clash between the two men which, many in Washington believe, will end with Mueller’s firing.
Liberals like to say they are on the side of truth and goodness, and that the rest of us are wicked and evil. This is not a political argument; it’s the argument of people engaged in a religious war in which only one side can emerge victorious.