Hundreds of Sheriffs Demand Congress Build the Wall, Crack Down on Illegal Immigration

Hundreds of sheriffs sent a letter to members of Congress demanding tighter border security and immigration reform. Without it, the safety and security of Americans and law enforcement is at risk, the 380 sheriffs from 40 states argued. “Without border security and immigration reform, more Americans will continue to be...

Uh Oh: New Texts Suggest Obama WH, CIA, FBI, And Harry Reid Colluded At Outset Of Russia Probe

Gun control might be on everyone’s minds, or at least those in America’s newsrooms, but we have yet another development in the ongoing and increasingly comical investigation into whether the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians. There are new texts allegedly showing that the Obama White House, the CIA, the...

Surge: GOP Improves to Strongest National Polling Position in Months, Majority Approves of Trump’s Economy

Let’s start with the good news for Republicans in the latest  Fox News national survey , conducted by the network’s respected, bipartisan pollster.  First, the president’s job approval rating sits at (45/52), which isn’t much to write home about, but is still an improvement over his first year nadir in the mid-to-high 30’s.  Second,...

Kyle Kashuv Calls Out the ‘Cowards of Broward’

Conservative student and Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv sat down with CBS Face the Nation today to discuss the March For Our Lives and what could have been done differently to save lives at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Kashuv had some harsh criticism for the Broward County Police Department,...

Republicans Blast Spending Bill

Congress  passed  a $1.3 trillion omnibus early Friday morning, averting a government shutdown but irking many Republicans in the process. However the legislation, which was supported by GOP leadership, completely ignores the long-term fiscal health of the country—a point discussed by many more than just Sen. Rand Paul this time. “It...

Poll: Actually, GOP Voters Are Motivated For 2018 Too

The Democrats are enthused. They’re scoring local-level wins in Trump territory. They even won a congressional race in a district that won’t exist soon, but there is no denying it—the Left is energized for the 2018 midterms. Yet, a new Morning Consult poll showed that Republicans are just as motivated...

Austin serial bomber may have other devices ‘out there,’ cops uncover ‘treasure trove of information’

Mark Anthony Conditt was named Wednesday as the serial bomber behind the string of blasts that terrorized Texas for three weeks and left two people dead, as officials warned residents that other explosive devices may still be out there. The first photo of Conditt, from 2013, emerged Wednesday morning and...

Cops: 4 Austin bombings show ‘similarities,’ work of ‘serial bomber’

A “serial bomber” is likely responsible for four explosions in Austin this month, the latest of which injured two people on Sunday night after they crossed a trip wire, possibly made with fishing line, officials disclosed Monday. Austin Police Chief Brian Manley said at a news conference Monday morning that...

Trump’s New Opioid Plan to Seek Death Penalty for Drug Traffickers

President Trump’s plans to crack down on the opioid epidemic include seeking the death penalty for drug dealers and urging members of Congress to enact tougher sentencing laws for drug traffickers, according to Reuters.  The president will unveil his plans Monday during an event in New Hampshire, which he has...

McCabe Firing was Recommended by FBI Ethics Office, Based on Nonpartisan IG’s Findings

The latest  major controversy  in DC is following a familiar pattern: A development occurs, then is immediately followed by President Trump reacting poorly, coupled with President Trump’s opposition overreaching with misplaced and conspiratorial claims pertaining to Russia.  In this case, the development is the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe...

Federal Court Allows Texas To Enforce Governor’s Anti-Sanctuary City Law

Last February, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott  declared war  on sanctuary cities. The law not only bars funding to cities who refuse to comply with the new directive, but the governor’s office was looking into ways on how to remove an elected officeholder who refused to comply with the law. That would...

Trump Agrees to Meet With Kim Jong Un By May

South Korea announced Thursday night that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is “committed” to denuclearization and has expressed his “eagerness to meet with President Trump as soon as possible.” In a brief statement outside the White House, South Korean National Security Adviser Chung Eui-yong said President Trump has agreed...

NYT Forced to Issue Hilarious Correction on Totally Botched Tax Reform Stat

As regular readers already know — and as millions of Americans  have been discovering  — the Left  lied to the country  about the impact of the GOP’s tax reform bill, which every Democrat in Congress  voted against .  Support for the law has soared by 26 net percentage points since its December nadir, according to New York Times  polling , as...

Trump DOJ sues California over ‘interference’ with immigration enforcement

The Trump Justice Department filed a lawsuit Tuesday night against California, saying three recently-passed state laws were deliberately interfering with federal immigration policies. It marked the latest legal and political confrontation with the nation’s most populous state, which the federal government says has repeatedly stood in the way of its...

Here’s what happened in the 2018 Texas primaries

As polls opened in the Texas primaries on Tuesday, The Texas Tribune laid out  seven key questions for election night . Now that the smoke is clearing, here are the answers: Did more Texas Democrats vote than Republicans? In short: No. Before Election Day, a  snapshot  of the 10 counties in Texas with the highest number of...

Trump: Tariffs Will ‘Come Off’ If a ‘Fair’ NAFTA Agreement Signed

President Trump said Monday that his recently-announced tariffs on steel and aluminum imports will “come off” if a “new” and “fair” NAFTA agreement is signed. “We have large trade deficits with Mexico and Canada. NAFTA, which is under renegotiation right now, has been a bad deal for U.S.A. Massive relocation...

Nunes: FBI May’ve Broken the Law in FISA Applications

Rep. Devin Nunes, chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, said the FBI is in clear violation of its own internal procedures and may have broken the law in its applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court to spy on former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. “Former...