UN Ambassador Nikki Haley warns North Korea America has ‘considerable military options’

Nikki Haley, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, warned North Korea Wednesday that America has considerable military options at its disposal, following that country’s intercontinental ballistic missile launch Tuesday. Her remarks came during an emergency Security Council meeting on North Korea. Haley warned Pyongyang that while the U.S. doesn’t seek conflict, it is prepared…

#CNNBlackmail: Outrage after network appears to threaten Reddit user

NN was facing almost universal backlash on Wednesday after running an article on the Reddit user who made an anti-CNN, wrestling-themed GIF tweeted by President Trump over the weekend – and seeming to imply the network would reveal the person’s identity if he reneged on an apology.  Andrew Kaczynski, the senior editor and founding member…

Trump travel ban: White House defends interpretation of ruling

he Trump administration on Monday said it was opposed to opening the door to grandparents from six Muslim-majority nations who have grandchildren that are U.S. citizens, saying that the government’s interpretation of the scaled-down travel ban is based on longstanding immigration law. The Supreme Court ruled last week that parts of Trump’s executive order that…

Job Creators Network: GOP Special Election Proof America Wants ‘Trump’s Job Creation Agenda’

Job Creators Network, one of the nation’s largest pro-jobs grassroots organizations, says Republican victories in special elections this week in Georgia’s 6th District and South Carolina’s 5th District confirm that the American voter “stands behind President Trump’s job creation agenda.” The election of Republicans Karen Handel and Ralph Norman “illustrate that voters are frustrated with Washington gridlock and do not want to introduce new barriers…

Exclusive–Sen. Rand Paul on Senate Healthcare Legislation: ‘I Think the Bill Looks Too Much Like Obamacare’

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview that he thinks the Senate healthcare bill “looks too much like Obamacare.” Senator Rand Paul joined Sens. Mike Lee (R-UT), Ron Johnson (R-WI), and Ted Cruz (R-TX) in opposition to the Senate bill. The coalition of conservative senators argue that the legislation does not…

Republican Handel wins Georgia special House election

Republican Karen Handel on Tuesday night defeated rival Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s record-spending, special-election congressional race, keeping yet another House seat in GOP hands and denying Democrats a chance to deliver a rebuke to President Trump. With all precincts reporting, Handel, a former Georgia secretary of state, led Ossoff 52 percent to 48 percent —…

DHS John Kelly Wipes Out Obama’s ‘DAPA’ Amnesty

President Donald Trump’s deputies have formally killed off President Barack Obama’s final attempt to create a national amnesty for roughly 4 million illegal aliens, dubbed “DAPA.” Since 2016, the amnesty has been frozen by the courts, and the end was announced late Thursday by the Department of Homeland Security: On June 15, Department of Homeland…

ongressional Shooter Had History of Violence, Supporting Liberal Causes

  James T. Hodgkinson, the Illinois man identified as the would-be killer who wounded several at a practice session of the Congressional Republican baseball team, had a history of violence, supporting progressive causes, and voting for Democrats at least as far back as the year 2002. According to the Belleville News-Democrat, a paper from the…

Scalise critical, shooter ID’d as James Hodgkinson

A gunman believed to be a supporter of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sprayed a hail of bullets at a GOP baseball practice Wednesday morning, critically wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise and injuring four others before U.S. Capitol Police took down the rifle-wielding assailant. Scalise was in critical condition Wednesday afternoon, MedStar Washington…

Comey: Nobody, Including The President, Asked Me to Stop The FBI’s Russia Investigation

Speaking in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday morning, former FBI Director James Comey said under questioning that nobody, including President Donald Trump, asked him to drop the Bureau’s investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 presidential election. “Director Comey, did the president at any time ask you to stop the FBI Investigation into…

Texas Leads 16-State Coalition in Support of Travel Ban

Leading a 16-state coalition, the Texas attorney general filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday supporting President Donald Trump’s temporary travel stay. Attorneys general from 14 other states and the governor of Mississippi joined to urge the nation’s highest court to reinstate the executive order. State officials urge that President Trump was…

Paris Agreement on climate change: US withdraws as Trump calls it ‘unfair’

After days of drama and suspense, President Trump announced Thursday that his administration will exit the Paris climate agreement. “So we’re getting out,” Trump said. “The Paris accord is very unfair at the highest level to the United States.” Trump’s decision fulfills a campaign promise and satisfies strong Republican opposition to the global climate deal…

Former Clinton Campaign Manager: I’m Tired of Hearing Who And What Hillary Blames For 2016 Loss

In case you missed it yesterday, former Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was back in front of the microphone blaming everyone but herself for losing to Republican Donald Trump in November. But it seems her own party has had enough of the excuses. As Cortney reported earlier, former DNC Director of Data Science Andrew Therriault…

Texas House Doesn’t Appoint Conferees on Property Tax Bill, Killing Property Tax Relief

Austin – The Texas House of Representatives today failed to appoint conference conferees for Senate Bill 669 by Senator Jane Nelson (R-Flower Mound), which effectively killed property tax relief for the 85th Regular Session. SB 669 in conference could have included property tax relief as set out by Senate Bill 2 by Senator Paul Bettencourt…