• Lindsey Graham Credits Trump for 'Tough' Leadership

    Lindsey Graham Credits Trump for ‘Tough’ Leadership


    When President Donald Trump first entered the Oval Office two years ago, Sen. Lindsey Graham was a little reticent to give him his phone number.

    “President Trump and I did not start well,” the South Carolina Republican said in remarks Thursday to hundreds of conservative activists. “But now I’ve given him my phone number.”

    Trump famously gave out Graham’s old cellphone number to the world when both men were seeking the Republican nomination for president.

    “We’ve got a lot in common. I like him, and he likes him,” Graham quipped, provoking laughter. READ MORE...

  • Government Failed Before Parkland Massacre, Teen Activist Says

    Government Failed Before Parkland Massacre, Teen Activist Says


    Instead of looking to government for protection and security, Americans should work to preserve and strengthen Second Amendment rights, a student who became an activist after last year’s school shooting in Parkland, Florida, told hundreds of conservative activists Thursday.

    Kyle Kashuv, now director of high school outreach for Turning Point USA, a nonprofit youth organization, was a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where a gunman opened fire Feb. 14, 2018,  killing 14 students and three staff members. Seventeen others were wounded. READ MORE...

  • Re-Enactors Celebrate Washington’s Revolutionary Charge at Princeton

    Re-Enactors Celebrate Washington’s Revolutionary Charge at Princeton

    PRINCETON, N.J.—Before Gen. George Washington entered the battlefield with reinforcements on the morning of Jan. 3, 1777, members of the Pennsylvania militia fired off two cannons to halt the advancing British troops.

    What Washington needed most 242 years ago was for the militia to delay the bayonet-wielding British soldiers operating under the command of Lt. Col. Charles Mawhood.

    So historical interpreters and colonial-era re-enactors told The Daily Signal and crowds of onlookers during a real-time tour Dec. 30 at Princeton Battlefield State Park. READ MORE...

  • US Climate Skeptics Challenge UN Science, Weather Presenters

    US Climate Skeptics Challenge UN Science, Weather Presenters

    KATOWICE, Poland—TV weather forecasters who understand the potential dangers of climate change are well-positioned to educate the public and spur them to take action, participants said in a panel discussion at the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held here earlier this month.

    A major theme at the conference—widely known as COP24—was that severe remedial measures are needed to mitigate rising levels of carbon dioxide emissions before severe weather conditions can take hold. READ MORE...

  • Unions Defy Supreme Court on Mandatory Dues, Suit Says

    Unions Defy Supreme Court on Mandatory Dues, Suit Says

    Labor unions are collecting dues from public employees without their “affirmative consent” in defiance of a Supreme Court ruling that state laws requiring nonunion government workers to make such payments are unconstitutional, a new lawsuit alleges.

    The Freedom Foundation, a free market think tank based in Washington state, joined with the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation to sue on behalf of 10 government employees in Oregon who argue that union dues or fees should not be deducted from their paychecks after they officially resigned from their union. READ MORE...

  • Money, Support for Migrant ‘Caravans’ Flow Through Chicago

    Money, Support for Migrant ‘Caravans’ Flow Through Chicago

    Advocates of open borders quoted in media coverage of the migrant “caravan” moving north through Mexico are part of a network of U.S.-based groups funded in the past by left-leaning foundations, according to tax and financial records.

    Pueblo Sin Fronteras, a Chicago-based nonprofit whose name means People Without Borders, is widely credited with organizing the caravans of migrants that traveled from Central America on trains and buses and on foot this year and last.

    Two United Methodist churches in Chicago appear to be bases for People Without Borders, which is led by one of the pastors, documents show. READ MORE...

  • New Batch of Strzok-Page Emails Suggests FBI Use of Unsecure Devices

    New Batch of Strzok-Page Emails Suggests FBI Use of Unsecure Devices

    Email messages between two FBI officials suggest widespread use of unsecure communications by the bureau, according to records obtained in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

    Judicial Watch, a Washington-based nonpartisan government watchdog organization, announced Thursday that it received 47 pages of records from the Justice Department that show FBI officials used “unsecure devices” while discussing a matter involving the European Union.

    The records include emails between Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, two FBI officials who were close to investigations of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Neither remains with the bureau. READ MORE...

  • Emails Show ‘Climate Industry’ Funds Jobs in Offices of Governors, AGs

    Emails Show ‘Climate Industry’ Funds Jobs in Offices of Governors, AGs

    California Gov. Jerry Brown is host of a three-day “Global Climate Action Summit” in San Francisco organized by an “activist donor network” that has burrowed into state government agencies, a climate change skeptic says in a new report.

    Chris Horner, a senior fellow with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, is the author of two reports detailing how a well-endowed “climate industry” steers donor money through nonprofit organizations into the offices of state governors and attorneys general. READ MORE...

  • Watchdog Eyes Classified Material as Deadline Looms on Clinton Emails

    Watchdog Eyes Classified Material as Deadline Looms on Clinton Emails

    The classified material Hillary Clinton sent and received using an unsecure, private email server included correspondence with foreign leaders, according to documents obtained from the State Department by a government watchdog group.

    Judicial Watch, which has called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to order “an honest criminal investigation” of Clinton’s email practices while she was secretary of state, now awaits a federal judge’s Sept. 28 deadline for the State Department to finish sorting through the emails. READ MORE...

  • Lawmakers Suggest Litigious Environmentalists Help China, Hurt National Security

    Lawmakers Suggest Litigious Environmentalists Help China, Hurt National Security

    Environmental advocacy groups that take the Defense Department to court appear to operate as foreign agents working to help China and undermine the U.S. Navy and America’s military readiness in the Asia-Pacific region, congressional leaders suggest.

    Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, and Rep. Bruce Westerman, R-Ark., chairman of the oversight and investigations subcommittee,  called on two environmental groups to submit documents that “identify any policies or procedures” the groups took to ensure compliance with the Foreign Agents Registration Act. READ MORE...