Apparently, the effort to circumvent the Constitution’s Electoral College method of choosing the president of the United States through the “National Popular Vote,” is important enough to some liberals in California that they are willing to dump hundreds of thousands of dollars into a referendum on the subject in Colorado.
The House Ethics Committee on Thursday released internal communications from the campaign of Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) that showed the lawmaker requested campaign money for her personal expenses in what a government watchdog says may have been a possible violation of federal law.
When Representative Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) proved that the Obama administration was clearly worried about the Biden-Burisma influence-peddling scheme during hearings on the impeachment of President Trump, the Left reacted with predictable rage.
Tim Mynett, the Democrat political consultant whose affair with Representative Ilhan Omar apparently wrecked his marriage and invited complaints to the Federal Election Commission, has claimed in court papers that he and his wife weren’t the happy couple she claims.
While the legislature in the State of Wisconsin debates strict gun-control measures, one small rural county is fighting back. Florence County, with a population of approximately 4,500 in the extreme northeastern portion of the state, has proactively acted, passing a resolution to become the state’s first Second Amendment sanctuary.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad waded into the Jeffrey Epstein case, telling an interviewer that the deceased financier, sex offender, and alleged sex trafficker did not commit suicide, but was murdered as part of a coverup of the misdeeds of high-profile figures in the western world.
The most recent analysis of poll data finds that Democrats are likely to turn out as the big losers in their impeachment gamble. Even as that analysis shows the impeachment machine is losing steam, President Trump’s approval ratings are gaining. As predicted, impeachment seems to be backfiring for Democrats.
Saudi Arabia’s “crown jewel” — Aramco, officially the Saudi Arabian Oil Company — announced on Sunday that it is only offering 1.5 percent of itself for sale in December, at a price far less than Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) had hoped for. And if things don’t meet even those minimum now greatly reduced expectations, the company could pull the offering before it goes public in December.
ICE: Detainer Ignored, Released Drunk-driving Suspect Charged in Fatal Wreck; Sex-crime Suspect Released
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has reported three more examples of state and local sanctuary officials ignoring agency detainers and instead releasing illegal-alien criminals into unsuspecting communities, the result in one case in New York being a vehicular homicide.
Because of its enormous size, Walmart serves as a better proxy for the health of the U.S. economy than any other retailer. Employing more than 1.5 million workers in almost 4,800 U.S. stores, the company generated a third of a trillion dollars in sales in its latest fiscal year.