WASHINGTON, June 28, 2016 — Republicans and Democrats have released their separate, final versions of the House Benghazi investigation. The reports were completed at a cost of more than $7 million to properly investigate what happened there. Each side places the blame for that fiasco on each other. Four Americans were killed in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, when extremists overran a consular compound and burned the consulate to the … Continue reading GOP Benghazi Report Cites Failures In Intel Community
WASHINGTON, July 27, 2016 – In a unanimous decision, the Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, who was found guilty of violating law when he accepted money and loans from Jonnie R. Williams, CEO of Star Scientific. The Supreme Court made its decision based on defining “official action” and how it is used in corruption convictions. Chief Justice Roberts defined … Continue reading SCOTUS Ruling Makes Convicting Politicians Of Corruption Almost Impossible
WASHINGTON, June 25, 2016 – Bernie Sanders has told the media he will vote for Hillary Clinton, despite refusing to drop out of the 2016 race. However Sanders says he is staying in the race to ensure Donald Trump does not become the next president, The connection between Sanders staying in and Trump losing is not clear. While Sanders cannot win the nomination with Clinton having … Continue reading Bernie Sanders Will Vote Clinton
Senator Marco Rubio announced Wednesday that he has reversed his decision and will run for re-election. Continue reading GOP Florida primary thinned out after Rubio announcement
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon A new Election Commission report just came out saying that the Trump campaign isn’t doing so well financially, and is practically broke. It’s not good — in fact today, Trump stole a bunch of towels from his own hotel. The report revealed that Donald Trump’s campaign started this month with only $1.3 million, which is almost $8 million less … Continue reading Late Night Jokes Of The Week
The Trump presidential campaign has fired Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump’s campaign manager. Lewandowski had been on the “hot seat” multiple times in recent months, following his confrontation with former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields. This shake up signals the Trump campaign’s acknowledgement that an overhaul is needed ahead of the general election. Trump has suffered major setbacks since becoming the GOP’s presumptive nominee last month. He’s come … Continue reading Trump Campaign Fires Top Aide Corey Lewandowski
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton gave a major foreign policy speech on Thursday, which turned out to be a savage attack on Donald Trump. Clinton called Trump ignorant and weak, labeling his foreign policy program “dangerously incoherent.” She mocked his foreign policy expertise. “He says he has foreign policy experience because he ran the Miss Universe pageant in Russia,” adding, “The stakes in global statecraft are infinitely higher and more complex … Continue reading Clinton’s Foreign Policy Speech Attacks Trump
Iraqi war Veteran and National Review writer David French announced that he will not run as an Independent. French wrote on the National Review’s website that he opposes both the Democrat and Republican front-runners. After much thought and prayer: I’m Not Running for President https://t.co/lqWQtPL5Q5 — David French (@DavidAFrench) June 6, 2016 French noted that the best success for an Independent was if they were … Continue reading David French not running for President
The latest polls show that the two likely candidates for president, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, are in a virtual dead heat. Both have large unfavorable ratings, and neither appears likely to pull off a massive victory in November. The situation is complicated by the candidate from the Libertarian Party, who could siphon votes from both sides. This tight race means America could face an election … Continue reading Will the House decide the outcome of 2016?
WASHINGTON, June 1, 2016 — The summer travel season puts millions of additional travelers in airline seats. This year, the security lines required to get to those seats are longer than ever. Since its creation, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has been blamed for making air travel a miserable experience. The ritual of removing shoes, belts and jackets, putting laptop computers in their own bin and shampoo and toothpaste in a plastic bag, … Continue reading Are you responsible for TSA fiasco?