• Lindsey Graham: My Goal is to Declassify FISA Warrant Applications

    “My goal is to explain to you and the American public how the system failed and make sure it never happens again,” said Sen. Lindsey Graham on ‘Hannity’ show on Wednesday night.

    “We’re going to pursue this in a transparent fashion,” Graham said. “We’re going to declassify as much as we can, including the FISA warrant applications.”

    Graham said he will seek to release to the public as much information possible about former British spy Christopher Steele.

    “I’m going to give you all the information that was in the system about how suspicious people were of Christopher Steele, how biased he was, [and] let you read it for yourself.

  • Reorganizing Executive Office for Immigration Review Is No ‘Power Grab.’

    It seems that any change to the status quo in the immigration policy arena is going to upset someone these days, even if the changes are innocuous good governance and efficiency-driven initiatives.

    Take the Trump administration’s interim rule to amend the regulations related to the internal organization of the Executive Office for Immigration Review, announced Aug. 23.

    It proposed minor clarifications and changes to the rules related to the Office of Policy, the Office of the General Counsel, and the Office of Legal Access Programs. It also updated the organizational chart and provided more delegation of authority from the attorney general to the director of the Executive Office for Immigration Review in order to efficiently dispose of cases.… Read More...

  • Gaetz: Dems Impeachment Push are ‘Perverting The Founding Fathers…Safeguards’

    Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Florida, slammed House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s  passage of the “Resolution for Investigative Proceedings.”  The resolution, which changes the rules of the Judiciary Committee, is the first step in the Democrats push for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.

    The resolution covers “an investigation to determine whether to recommend articles of impeachment with respect to President Donald J. Trump.”

    Gaetz’s fought back Thursday. He compared the Democrats’ efforts to “impeachment in drag,” and “low-T impeachment.”

    “House Democrats are perverting the Founding Fathers’ legitimate safeguards against the Executive Branch for political gain,” he said. “They have abandoned their responsibilities conferred upon them as Judiciary members and have subjected the American people to a protracted political battle, instead of focusing on issues that matter to the nation.

  • Republican Lawmakers Laud DOJ’s Decision To Reject McCabe Appeal

    Senior Republican lawmakers weighed in heavily after news broke Thursday that the Department of Justice has rejected former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe’s appeal to avoid facing prosecution based on recommendations made by the DOJ Inspector General’s report last year.

    Many of the Republican lawmakers played a central role in the investigation into the FBI’s probe into the now debunked narrative that President Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia in the 2016 presidential election. McCabe is now a paid contributor at CNN and it is uncertain if he will continue in that role.

    Ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes, R-C.A., told SaraACarter.com McCabe may be the first of many to fall.

  • Americans Deserve Better Schools

    With most services, you get to shop around, but rarely can you do that with government-run schools.

    Philadelphia mom Elaine Wells was upset to learn that there were fights every day in the school her son attended. So she walked him over to another school.

    “We went to go enroll and we were told, ‘He can’t go here!’ That was my wake up call,” Wells tell me in my latest video.

    She entered her sons in a charter school lottery, hoping to get them into a charter school.

    “You’re on pins and needles, hoping and praying,” she said. But politicians stack the odds against kids who want to escape government-run schools.… Read More...

  • Hasbro Debuts ‘Ms. Monopoly’ ‘Where Women Make More Than Men’

    Women’s equality is the name of the game for Hasbro’s newest rollout of ‘Ms. Monopoly’ and the American company hopes it will promote “female trailblazers,” while squashing the wage inequality.

    Before launching the game, Hasbro surprised young female entrepreneurs with $20,580 in “REAL money to fuel their inventive spirit and further their projects,” according to a company press release. The game also grants the same amount of money to players at the start of each game to ensure that “women make more than men.”

  • Eighth Illegal Immigrant Accused of Rape in Maryland Was Set Free by Sanctuary Policy

    The eighth illegal immigrant charged with rape in Montgomery, Maryland in less than 8 weeks was set free a year ago due to the county’s sanctuary policy.

    Oluwakayode Adewole Adebusuyi, a 26-year-old illegal immigrant, was arrested last week by the Montgomery County Police Department after he raped a woman in his car, according to police.

    Breitbart.com reports: Investigators said Adebusuyi was at a bar with a mutual friend of the victim’s when he offered her his car to sleep in because she was not feeling well. The woman accepted the offer, feel asleep in Adebusuyi’s car, but when she woke up, the woman told police the illegal alien began raping her.

  • 2 Ohio Planned Parenthood Clinics Shut Down After Withdrawal From Title X

    Two Planned Parenthood clinics in Ohio have shut down following the organization’s withdrawal from the federal family funding program Title X.

    The Cincinnati, Ohio, clinics will be closing after Planned Parenthood formally withdrew from Title X in August, thereby forgoing about $60 million a year.

    A Planned Parenthood spokesman told ABC News that the Cincinnati clinics that are closing are in Springdale and Western Hills. The last day for services to be offered at the clinics will be Sept. 20, according to ABC. Neither location performs abortions, the publication reports and the closures will leave Cincinnati with five operating clinics.… Read More...

  • Andy Biggs, New Chairman of House Freedom Caucus, Vows to Fight for Conservatives

    Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., new chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, says he has some big plans for what he’ll accomplish in the role.

    “We must fight against increased government spending and for a balanced budget. We must fight for border security and the elimination of all loopholes that incentivize illegal entry into this nation,” Biggs said in a statement released Tuesday by his office.

    Biggs, elected earlier Tuesday by his colleagues in the conservavtive caucus, said he is committed to working with President Donald Trump to advance its priorities.

    “We must work to lower health care costs and improve access and quality for all Americans,” he added.… Read More...

  • Jim Jordan Asks Who’s ‘Going to Jail’ for Hillary Clinton Investigation

    Rep. Jim Jordan has demanded to know “when someone is going to jail” as a result of the numerous investigations into Hillary Clinton and the origins of the Trump-Russia probe.

    Rep. Jordan slammed House Democrats’ obsession with the impeachment of President Trump during a Monday appearance on “Fox & Friends.”

    “When you’re solely focused on going after the president you can’t do what’s best for the country. And that’s been the problem with the Democrats,” Jordan said on Monday’s show.

    “Jim Comey… is the guy solely responsible for putting the country through three years of this saga that we have now lived through,” he continued, arguing that many American citizens want to know “when someone’s going to jail” over alleged wrongdoing in the Trump-Russia and Clinton email investigations.

  • Terrorists Attack US Embassy in Afghanistan to Celebrate 9/11 Anniversary

    Terrorists have launched a rocket attack against the US Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan on the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

    A cloud of smoke rose over central Kabul shortly after midnight on Wednesday as sirens could be heard echoing across the city.

    Employees inside the embassy heard this message over the loudspeaker: “An explosion caused by a rocket has occurred on compound.”

    Foxnews.com reports: Officials gave the all-clear about an hour after the blast and reported no injuries. The NATO mission, which is nearby, also said no personnel had been injured.

    The attack was the first major action in Kabul since President Trump announced Monday that peace talks with the Taliban to end America’s longest war are “dead.” Over the weekend,  Trump abruptly canceled planned meetings with Afghan and Taliban leaders at Camp David.

  • Minorities Make Historic Employment Gains in Trump Era, Analysis Shows

    American minorities have made historic employment gains since the end of 2016 that have continued with President Donald Trump in office, according to a Washington Post analysis of Department of Labor data.

    The analysis revealed that American minorities comprise more than 86% of jobs added since the end of 2016. 5.2 million more Americans have obtained jobs since 2016, and 4.5 million of that group are minorities, The Washington Post reported.

    The majority of new hires between ages 25 and 54, prime working age, are minorities, according to the Post’s analysis.

    Black unemployment also hit a record low in August, spurred by an uptick in employment for black women.… Read More...

  • A Former Abortionist Explains Her Change of Heart

    For years, Dr. Kathi Aultman, an OB-GYN, performed abortions, believing she was helping women. Then, a trio of abortions she performed after having her first child left her unsettled–and put her on a different path. Now she is an advocate for giving medical care to abortion survivors, and a pro-life speaker. Read our interview with her, posted below, or listen on the podcast:

    We also cover these stories:

    • National Security Adviser John Bolton is out at the White House.
    • The NRA is suing San Francisco over labelling the group as a terrorist organization.
    • The first gay credit union is set to open soon.
  • Pompeo Explains the Trump Administration’s Vision for America’s Role in the World

    KYIV, Ukraine—America’s post-9/11 global fight against terrorism is another year older. After 18 years, American troops are still deployed around the world combatting terrorism; a fight in which they will likely remain engaged for another generation, or more.

    Yet, even as America’s counterterrorism campaigns go on and on, and casualties continue to mount slowly, the country’s foreign policy challenges have become far more diverse—and arguably far more dangerous—than they were when dawn broke on Sept. 11, 2001.

    After a generational focus on counterterrorism and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. policymakers are adapting to a new reality in which so-called strategic competition between nation-states and the specter of major conflicts are once again driving world events. 

    This new era requires a top-to-bottom rethinking of how America should exercise its role as the world’s top power.… Read More...

  • Netanyahu Claims Iran Had ‘Secret’ Nuclear Weapons Facility

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has unveiled what he claims was a previously undisclosed Iranian nuclear weapons facility.

    To back up his claim he showed a satellite image of what he said was a site south of Isfahan where Iran conducted experiments to develop nuclear weapons. He further accused Tehran of hiding the evidence by destroying the site back in July after it was discovered by Israeli agents.

    Political opponents have however decried Netanyau’s announcement, eight days ahead of Israels Spetemeber 17th election, as election propaganda

    RT reports: In a brief press conference on Monday, Netanyahu claimed that Israel has discovered a secret Iranian “nuclear weapons development site” at Abadeh, south of the city of Isfahan.