• Christians must vote or ‘God help us all’

    Christians must vote or ‘God help us all’

    Not only can Christians in America vote in the 2018 midterms on Tuesday.

    Not only should they vote.

    They’d better, or “God help us all.”

    That’s according to Christian leader, author and psychologist James Dobson, who earned a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in child development and now has more than a dozen other honorary degrees.

    He’s also founder of the James Dobson Family Institute, which produces his daily radio program, “Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk.” And he’s written dozens of popular books directing parents in their parenting. READ MORE...

  • Probe into Georgia Dems for ‘possible cyber crimes’

    Probe into Georgia Dems for ‘possible cyber crimes’

    (THE HILL) — The office of Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp, the state’s Republican gubernatorial nominee, said Sunday it has opened an investigation into the state’s Democratic Party for possible unspecified cyber crimes after an attempted hack of the state’s voter registration system.

    “While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation, I can confirm that the Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes,” Candice Broce, press secretary for Kemp’s office, said in a statement. READ MORE...

  • Google accused of ‘illegal contributions’ to pro-amnesty campaigns

    Google accused of ‘illegal contributions’ to pro-amnesty campaigns

    An organization that opposes illegal immigration filed a complaint asking the Federal Election Commission to investigate Google’s “illegal contributions of value to pro-amnesty Democrat and GOP campaigns.”

    William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, said the complaint alleges Facebook, Google and Twitter violated federal regulations that prohibit corporations and corporation employees “from contributing any services or anything of value to elections and campaigns.” READ MORE...

  • Here Are the 3 Times in Past Century That President’s Party Gained Seats in Midterms

    Here Are the 3 Times in Past Century That President’s Party Gained Seats in Midterms

    Government watchdog Judicial Watch is suing the State Department to find out why Hillary Clinton was allowed to keep her security clearance after the FBI determined she had mishandled classified information.

    The lawsuit also demands records related to the security clearances of Clinton associates Huma Abedin, Cheryl Mills, Jacob Sullivan and Phillipe Reines.

    Judicial Watch initially asked for the information under the Freedom of Information Act in August, just days before the government announced Clinton’s clearance had been revoked. READ MORE...

  • China secretly puts military scientists in Western colleges

    China secretly puts military scientists in Western colleges

    (DEFENSE ONE) — Universities in the US, UK, Australia, and other countries may have been unknowingly collaborating with China’s military.

    That’s according to a new study by Canberra-based think tank Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), which found that dozens of scientists and engineers linked to China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) had obscured their military connections when applying to study overseas.

    Most strikingly, said ASPI, the collaboration is the highest among the “Five Eyes” countries—an intelligence alliance consisting of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the US—which counts China as one of their “main intelligence adversaries.” The fear is that such scientists could be engaging in espionage or committing intellectual-property theft during their stints overseas. READ MORE...

  • Better off now? Trump’s unreported list of accomplishments

    Better off now? Trump’s unreported list of accomplishments

    While the midterms are comprised of thousands of local elections, every voter will have the opportunity to weigh in on whether or not President Trump’s remarkable accumulation of conservative accomplishments will continue.

    With some Democratic leaders vowing to immediately begin impeachment proceedings against the president if their party regains the House, unfinished objectives such as building the southern border wall and repealing Obamacare could become the least of the president’s problems. READ MORE...

  • Boston bombers exploited welfare programs to fund terror attack

    Boston bombers exploited welfare programs to fund terror attack

    (Western Journal) A new report from the Government Accountability Institute reveals that welfare programs have often been used to fund terrorism at home or abroad. The family of the Boston bombers, in particular, took over $100,000 in public assistance.

    In fact, the report seems to indicate that the brothers may have learned the strategy from an al-Qaida magazine that inspired them to make the bomb they used to kill three people and injure over 200 more.

    “The Associated Press reported that both (Tsarnaev) brothers had also been ardent readers of jihadist websites and extremist propaganda,” the report reads, referring to the two brothers who committed the Boston bombing. READ MORE...