• Is Google Plotting To Stop Trump Re-Election In 2020?

    A Google insider turned over 950 pages of documents and a laptop to the Department of Justice.

    I’m sure they are currently plotting because censorship is their forte.

    Sara Carter:

    A former Google insider claiming the company created algorithms to hide its political bias within artificial intelligence platforms – in effect targeting particular words, phrases and contexts to promote, alter, reference or manipulate perceptions of Internet content – delivered roughly 950 pages of documents to the Department of Justice’s Antitrust division Friday.

  • Discovery of Fetal Remains at Abortionist’s House Shows the Cruelty of Abortion

    Americans are reacting in disgust at the discovery of more than 2,000 fetal remains uncovered at the home of a deceased abortion doctor.

    Late last week in Indiana, the family of Dr. Ulrich Klopfer happened upon the fetal remains and contacted the Will County Coroner’s Office, which launched an investigation. According to the sheriff’s department, the family is cooperating with the investigation and there is no evidence that abortions took place on Klopfer’s property.

    The coroner’s office counted 2,246 preserved fetal remains before taking possession of them. Two thousand, two hundred forty-six.

    Klopfer died on Sept. 3. The South Bend Tribune had described him as “likely Indiana’s most prolific abortion doctor.”

    His reasons for storing the bodies of thousands of aborted babies at his home remains unclear.… Read More...

  • Trillion-Dollar Deficits Don’t Make America Great

    Ten years ago, the federal government reached a dismal milestone: a one-year deficit of $1 trillion. Now, like too many movie franchises, we’re getting the sequel whether we want it or not.

    A new Congressional Budget Office report reveals that the federal deficit for the current fiscal year has once again exceeded $1 trillion.

    The driving force behind America’s astronomical deficit is the rapid increase in spending. Federal outlays are up 7% compared to 2018, which far outstrips inflation, population growth, and the economy.

    It is worth comparing America’s situation to that of similar nations, both in 2009 and today, to see why the current deficit is so unacceptable.… Read More...

  • Beto O’Rourke: ‘If I’m Elected, I Will Tear Down That Wall’

    Democrat presidential candidate Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke confirmed in an interview Friday that he is planning to physically tear down existing sections of the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border if he is elected president.

    So Beto I just want to be clear. Have you said you want to tear down the wall?” asked Latino USA’s Maria Hinojosa.

    If I’m elected, I will tear down that wall,” Beto replied. “Then suddenly the Democrat is quoting the Republican Ronald Reagan– tear down that wall.

    Right. So the short answer is yes,” O’Rourke said. “I would include all local stakeholders.

  • NY State Prosecutors Subpoena Trump’s Accounting Firm

    New York Times just reported that prosecutors from Manhattan district attorney’s office have subpoenaed President Trump’s accounting firm demanding eight years of his personal and corporate tax returns.

    The subpoena, according to New York Times opens a new front in a wide-ranging effort to obtain copies of the president’s tax returns, which Mr. Trump initially said he would make public during the 2016 campaign but has since refused to disclose.

    The subpoena was issued by the Manhattan district attorney’s office late last month, soon after it opened a criminal investigation into the role that the president and his family business played in hush-money payments made in the run-up to the election.

  • Immigration Chief Says Rollout of New Asylum Rule to Happen in Days

    The acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said a Supreme Court victory regarding asylum applicants will result in significant changes to the immigration process in a short time.

    Speaking on CBS’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday, Ken Cuccinelli touched on what the Sept. 11 ruling will mean for the illegal immigrants who are reaching the U.S.-Mexico border en masse and lodging asylum claims.

    “So [the impact on the ground] is already being felt,” Cuccinelli told host Margaret Brennan. “We will do it in the places where we have the logistics in place fastest first and then move it all the way across the border, but this will be measured in days, not weeks.”

    The nation’s highest court ruled that the Trump administration can enforce its rule of barring asylum applicants from entering the country if they first did not seek protected status in a country they passed on their way to the U.S.… Read More...

  • Mitch McConnell: Democrats’ Pattern Is ‘Shoot First, Correct The Facts Later’

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , (R-KY), described the democrats attempt to remove Justice Kavanaugh as a familiar “pattern” involving New York Times allegations: “Shoot first, correct the facts later.”

    Full Text of Mitch McConnell speech:

    “For anybody who’s been reading the news the past few days, it’s probably felt a little like Groundhog Day. Because, over the last couple of days, leading Democrats have tried to grab onto yet another poorly-sourced, thinly-reported, unsubstantiated allegation against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. There they go again. Call it a one-year anniversary re-enactment. Senate Democrats re-opening the sad and embarrassing chapter they wrote last September.

  • President Trump Vows to Fix LA’s Spiraling Homeless Problem

    President Trump has offered to step in and tackle Los Angeles’ spiraling homeless problem, vowing to get vagrants off the streets and into government housing facilities.

    Amid continued neglect by the Democratic Reps that run the city, the Trump administration has put in place plans to tackle chronic issues with trash, rats, sewage problems and the return of medieval diseases across California.

    “Among the ideas under consideration is razing existing tent camps for the homeless, creating new temporary facilities, or refurbishing existing government facilities,” government officials told the Washington Post.

    “The changes would give the federal government a larger role in supervising housing and health care for residents,” the report states.

  • Ms. Monopoly’s ‘Woke’ Rules Are Bad for Girls, Devalue Women

    I have three girls and three boys. Some of them have recently gotten into Monopoly, the classic board game.

    But my kids won’t be playing Hasbro’s new version, Ms. Monopoly, which gives women 20% more than men when they pass go.

    As an economist, I love classic Monopoly and its real-world financial lessons.

    As a person, I like the message conveyed by the new Ms. Monopoly cover — that young, hip women can be as successful, if not more, than old white men in stuffy suits and top hats.

    The problem is what’s inside the box.

    Ms. Monopoly’s unequal rules not only distort real-world realities; they would surely incite conflict between my boys and girls.… Read More...

  • Beto O’Rourke: Border Wall Kills ‘1000s’

    Beto O’Rourke falsely claimed during the third 2020 Democrat presidential primary debate that walls at the U.S.-Mexico border have killed “thousands” of immigrants trying to enter illegally.

    “Democrats and Republicans, alike, voted to build a wall that has produced thousands of deaths of people trying to cross to join family or to work a job,” O’Rourke claimed when asked on what he would do about the millions of visa overstays currently living in the U.S.

    Breitbart.com reports: O’Rourke’s claim that existing physical barriers at the southern border, of which there is nearly 700 miles, are responsible for the deaths of border crossers and illegal aliens is false.

  • California Introduces Bill to Ban ICE Detention Centers, Private Prisons

    The state of California is cracking down on “private for-profit prisons” after introducing a bill to ban the facilities. Moreover, it means shutting down U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s privately run detention centers. The bill AB-42 passed the state assembly Wednesday with 65 votes in favorable votes. According to Newsweek, it would mean shutting down four detention centers holding “up to 4,500 inmates.”

  • Netanyahu Threatens To Start Another War On Gaza

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has threatened another war in the besieged Gaza Strip just says before snap elections are to be held in the occupied territories.

    “We will probably be forced — there’ll be no choice — to enter into a campaign, a war, in Gaza,” Netanyahu said during an interview with Israel’s Kan public radio

    His comments were made two days after he was ridiculed when sirens warning of rocket fire from the enclave forced him off the stage at a campaign rally in southern Israel.

    Another conflict with Gaza “could happen at any moment, including four days before the elections,” Netanyahu said on Friday, adding that the date of the elections did not factor into a decision to go to war.

  • Why Strong Intellectual Property Laws Abroad Require a Strong US Example

    China has failed to respect intellectual property rights for decades, and U.S. businesses have suffered. Thankfully, those companies are getting help from the Trump administration.

    In late 2017, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and other leading business advocates asked the Trump administration to elevate the issue of trade secret protections in trade talks with other nations. They wrote that trade secret theft puts “thousands of high-paying jobs in the United States at risk, while also posing potential national security threats.”

    Twenty-one months later, it’s clear that the Trump administration has responded to that call, and there is evidence that its efforts are making a difference.… Read More...

  • Horowitz Finalizing Russia FISA Abuse Report. Sends Letter To Senior Lawmakers.

    Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz (L) and FBI Director Christopher Wray wait to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee on “Examining the Inspector General’s First Report on Justice Department and FBI Actions in Advance of the 2016 Presidential Election” in the Hart Senate Office Building on June 18, 2018 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN / AFP) (Photo credit should read MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty Images)

    Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz is finalizing his report on the investigation into the FBI’s handling of President Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia probe, according to a source familiar with the matter and a letter sent to lawmakers Friday.

  • Christine Blasey Ford’s Father Supported Kavanaugh

    A new bombshell report from the Federalist revealed Thursday that Christine Blasey Ford’s father supported the Supreme Court nomination of Brett Kavanaugh despite his daughter’s loaded accusations that he raped her.

    During the hearings, Kavanaugh was smeared by both members of Congress and the public however, Ford’s allegations couldn’t be corroborated and even she couldn’t recall vital details of her own story.

    During that time, her family was silent which raised questions about her credibility. Her own father, Ralph Blasey later approached Kavanaugh’s father at a local golf club to “offer his support of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court,” according to sources who spoke to the news site.