Trump says he has ‘instructed’ DHS Secretary Nielsen not to let caravans into US: ‘It is a disgrace’

President Trump said Monday he has “instructed” Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen not to allow “large caravans of people” into the U.S. as a group of Central American migrants starts to reach the border, calling the situation a “disgrace.” “Despite the Democrat inspired laws on Sanctuary Cities and the Border...

‘Boom time’ for US oil, gas producers

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Oil prices have skyrocketed since the end of 2016, reaching a 3 1/2-year high this week and natural gas prices are at a 3-year high. One of the more painful downturns for the domestic petroleum business is now turning into a distant memory. After losses for a number of years,...

Southwest challenged engine maker over speed of safety checks

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Southwest Airlines Co clashed with engine-maker CFM over the timing and cost of proposed inspections after a 2016 engine accident, months before the explosion this week of a similar engine on a Southwest jet that led to the death of a passenger, public documents showed. The proposed inspections would have cost $170 per...

Trump: Flynn’s life ‘destroyed’ while Comey allowed to ‘Leak and Lie’

President Trump defended his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn early Friday, saying his life has been “totally destroyed” while “shadey” James Comey can “Leak and Lie” and make “lots of money” from his “third rate book.” Flynn was back in the headlines overnight after the release of the Comey...

Donald Trump On Comey Memos: ‘No Collusion and No Obstruction’; UPDATE: Shows Ex-FBI Chief Leaked Classified Information?

Katie will have all the documents posted for you in the early morning folks, but the Comey memos  have been released . Last night, the 15 pages of documents that then-FBI Director James Comey had in meetings with President Trump in the final months of his tenure at the FBI. These documents were...

GOP to Call Democrats’ Bluff: Who’s Ready to Make Our Middle Class Tax Cuts Permanent?

One of the Left’s favorite anti-tax reform tactics involved  loudly griping  about how the law’s corporate tax cuts were permanent (there’s a good economic argument for that, of course), whereas the tax cuts for individuals and families are set to expire — which is where the  misleading “tax increase” talking point comes from.  Those taxes would only...

FEC hit with lawsuit over ignoring civil complaint accusing Clinton, DNC in election scheme

The Hillary Clinton Campaign and the Democratic National Committee allegedly used state chapters as strawmen to launder as much as $84 million in an effort to circumvent campaign donation limits, and the Federal Election Commission ignored complaints exposing the practice, a lawsuit filed Monday claims. The Committee to Defend the...

Syrian Refugee: I’d Love to Buy Trump a Beer – He Has a Bigger Heart Than Obama

Kassem Eid survived the 2013 Syrian chemical attack and for nearly two years lived in a constant state of war and violence. As a refugee in America, his heart longs for peace in his home land. After years of President Obama’s reluctance to intervene in Syria, Eid is thrilled that...

US to Slap New Sanctions on Russi

The United States will slap new sanctions on Russia over its support of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, according to U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. “We’re letting Russia know this is not something that we want to be a part of,” Haley said on “Fox News Sunday.” “It’s...

Here’s What FBI Director James Comey Admits In His New Book—And Why Some Liberals Are Infuriated By It

Former FBI Director James Comey’s new book will be released next week. It’s already causing a buzz in the D.C. swamp. Both sides have vilified Comey. The Right thinks Comey should have prosecuted Hillary Clinton for mishandling classified information, which was sent through her private, unsecure, and unauthorized email server....

DOJ Caves On House GOP’s Impeachment Threat, Turns Over Document That Set Off Russia Probe

If there is one thing that has frustrated congressional investigators to no end, it’s the FBI/DOJ dragging its feet in releasing document relating to the Russia investigation, Hillary Clinton’s email, alleged FISA abuses, and the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe. Over one million pages in documents have...

Trump attacks Mueller ‘witch hunt’ as WH source calls investigation ‘out of control

President Trump reacted angrily Monday to news that federal agents had raided the office and home of his personal attorney, Michael Cohen — calling the action “disgraceful” and describing special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation as “an attack on our country.” Before a White House meeting with top military advisers, Trump...

California withholding assistance as National Guard troops begin arriving at US-Mexico border

National Guard members have begun arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border as  requested last week by President Trump , but California’s Democratic Gov. Jerry Brown is still mum on whether his state will participate in the deployment. California has frequently fought with the Trump administration over illegal immigration, with  one San Diego lawmaker saying  that it’s now a “rogue state.” Meanwhile, the...

Tennessee college senior defends posing for graduation picture with gun in her waistband

A Tennessee college senior is sticking to her guns after posting a graduation photo in which she stares wistfully off-camera while lifting her “Women for Trump” t-shirt to expose a firearm in her waistband. Despite receiving what she called a surprising “amount of hate” on social media, Brenna Spencer, 22, says...

Baseball teams bring food wars to MLB ballparks

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Roughly 70 million people will attend a Major League Baseball game during the 2018 season. By the time the last pitch is thrown, fans will consume a staggering 19 million hot dogs, according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council. But hot dogs barely scratch the surface of what...

China tariffs could undermine US-North Korea progress

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The proposed U.S. tariffs on more than 1,300 Chinese products could turn the rising tensions between Washington and Beijing into more of a geopolitical than economic issue and undermine progress with North Korea. President Donald Trump’s administration published on Tuesday a proposed list of imported Chinese products that could face...

‘Law-Abiding Citizens Are the Majority!’: Gun Owner Takes on City Council in Gun Show Debate

In the wake of the Parkland high school massacre, a North Carolina city  is debating whether a yearly gun and knife show should still be held this summer. Though the city attorney said the city cannot cancel the event at Greensboro Coliseum, the council opened the discussion up for public debate Tuesday.  The...

Trump says the military will secure the southern border until wall can be built

President Trump on Tuesday said that the U.S. will secure the southern border with the military until a wall can be built, calling the move a “big step.” Trump made the remarks during a meeting with Baltic leaders, where he said he had discussed the matter with Defense Secretary Jim...

Trumps slams Mexico and Dems as caravan of immigrants heads to US southern border

President Trump let loose on Mexico and congressional Democrats in a series of early morning tweets Monday as a caravan of Central American immigrants makes its way largely unfettered through Mexico on its way to the United States’ southern border. “Mexico has the absolute power not to let these large...

Trump slams ‘dishonest’ CNN, NBC over criticism of local TV station group warning about ‘fake news’

President Trump on Monday slammed “dishonest” CNN and “Fake NBC” over their criticism of Sinclair Broadcasting for allegedly using its local television stations to push a right-leaning agenda. Trump tweeted: “So funny to watch Fake News Networks, among the most dishonest groups of people I have ever dealt with, criticize...