Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker sank to a new low in his effort to fight with real estate mogul billionaire Donald Trump during an interview with Politico’s chief White House correspondent, Mike Allen, at a Koch Brothers-sponsored event in California this weekend. In the interview, Walker accused Trump of acting like a Democrat.
Sen. Joe Manchin (WVA) will be the first Democrat U.S. Senator to support defunding Planned Parenthood.
In what some conservative leaders are calling a “show vote,” the Senate will hold a vote Monday afternoon to defund Planned Parenthood in the wake of undercover videos showing the organization’s officials engaged in the sale of body parts of aborted babies.
A couple weeks ago, billionaire real estate mogul and 2016 GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump—the clear Republican frontrunner—stood alone in hammering the Des Moines Register. Now the official Iowa Republican Party is joining him in ripping the state’s biggest newspaper.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, a 2016 GOP presidential candidate, is calling on mayors of sanctuary cities to be arrested as accomplices to the crimes illegal aliens receiving special treatment in their cities commit.
A California camp counselor — now charged with child molestation and distribution of child pornography— was able to maintain his Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status and job prior to his arrest despite being considered a “potentially egregious public safety,” the Obama administration has revealed to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA).
“We do not expect to see sustained meaningful growth in [monthly active users] until we start to reach the mass market,” Twitter’s interim CEO Jack Dorsey warned. “We expect that will take a considerable period of time.”
The Obama administration says it has recovered or terminated the 2,600 three-year amnesty documents issued in violation of a district court injunction. According to a Justice Department filing with the court, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has replaced the erroneously
Because of the small sample size, there were a lot of questions surrounding Monday’s Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll that showed Donald Trump leading the Republican primary field and, interestingly enough, appearing to siphon votes away from establishment candidates like Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio.
Rep. Brad Sherman (D-CA) has come out strongly against the Iran deal, warning that the Iran deal means “terrorism with impunity.”
In the wake of an unprecented murder spike, the Baltimore police announced Sunday that ten federal agents from a variety of agencies plus another twenty agents from the ATF will he embedded with the homicide unit “effective tomorrow.”
In a recent interview at an Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition event, GOP presidential contender and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said he “effectively repealed” the Common Core standards in his state.
Rep. Juan Vargas (D-CA) has announced that he will oppose the Iran deal, becoming one of the first in his party to do so.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie cautioned fellow Republicans from being overly hyperbolic in reaction to President Obama’s proposed deal with Iran, explaining that they were only giving the president an “escape hatch” from talking about his failure to get a good deal.
GOP presidential candidate and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker questioned President Obama’s new set of regulations that will cut power-plant emissions, saying the regulations will be like a buzz saw on the nation’s economy.
On Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) announced his support for the Iran deal. In a statement, Schiff, the ranking member of the House intelligence committee admitted the deal’s flaws, but said he was supporting it because he believed there was no alternative. He also said that Congress should work with the administration to make the Iran deal stronger.
The polling on President Obama’s lousy Iran deal just keeps getting worse. The lies and deceptions from Obama’s team are so thick that only by watching the Iranian victory parade can Americans learn what the deal actually says.
The latest poll from The Wall Street Journal and NBC News is all good news for Donald Trump and all bad news for former Florida governor Jeb Bush and Florida Senator Marco Rubio. Since the last WSJ/NBC poll in June, despite a full-frontal media push to destroy him, billionaire businessman Trump has risen from just 1% to take the lead with 19%.
In comments to reporters covering the shooting death of a white police officer, Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong made pointed comments that question the premise of the radical anti-police group Black Lives Matter that some lives are more important than others.
Conservative scholar and talk radio icon Mark Levin is not giving up on the younger generation, and he said on Breitbart News Sunday that he wrote his new book, Plunder and Deceit, for young Americans. Levin told host Matt Boyle,
A NASA image of Mars being passed around on social media over the weekend has imaginations running wild.