Joe Biden Rips Trump’s Tribute After John McCain’s Passing: ‘Almost Un-American’

Former Vice President Joe Biden took aim at President Donald Trump on Tuesday, claiming his actions following Sen. John McCain’s passing were “almost un-American.” Appearing before the Penn Biden Leaders Dialogue at the University of Pennsylvania, Biden suggested the current administration’s response to McCain’s death was uncharacteristic of American values and will have longlasting effects on … Continue reading Joe Biden Rips Trump’s Tribute After John McCain’s Passing: ‘Almost Un-American’

Cory Booker says he’s not thinking about 2020 run now, but maybe after midterms

In this Sept. 4, 2018, photo, Senate Judiciary Committee member Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J. speaks during the committee’s Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s nominations hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington.  (AP) Sen. Cory Booker might look like he’s prepping for a potential 2020 presidential run, but a recent stop in his home state of New … Continue reading Cory Booker says he’s not thinking about 2020 run now, but maybe after midterms

Murkowski, key vote in Kavanaugh confirmation, signals support for accuser, FBI probe

Just days before Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee plan to hold a critical vote on whether to recommend Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the full Senate, a key swing vote Republican senator, Lisa Murkowski, seemed to suggest that her support for the nominee is wavering. “We are now in a place where … Continue reading Murkowski, key vote in Kavanaugh confirmation, signals support for accuser, FBI probe

House plans to subpoena McCabe memos amid Rosenstein controversy, Goodlatte says

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said Tuesday that the House will subpoena memos drafted by former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe that may indicate Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording President Trump. Goodlatte told reporters that he could issue the subpoena as soon as Thursday, when Rosenstein is scheduled to meet … Continue reading House plans to subpoena McCabe memos amid Rosenstein controversy, Goodlatte says

NBC’s Meltdown Continues: ‘Nightly News’ Falls to Lowest Yearly Ratings Ever

NBC has been dealt another blow of bad news–ratings for this year’s NBC Nightly News have fallen to an all time low. The Wrap reports that NBC Nightly News just had it’s “lowest-rated September-to-September year ever.” The report continues, stating that the Lester Holt-hosted show “delivered its lowest-rated year ever in both total viewers and the all-important adults … Continue reading NBC’s Meltdown Continues: ‘Nightly News’ Falls to Lowest Yearly Ratings Ever

7-Year-Old Wows Fans with National Anthem Performance at LA Galaxy Game

A seven-year-old girl wowed a crowd of 25,000 fans with her performance of the national anthem at a Major League Soccer (MLS) game on Sunday night. Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja belted out “The Star-Spangled Banner” in front of more than 25,000 spectators gathered to see the LA Galaxy take on the Seattle Sounders Sunday night at … Continue reading 7-Year-Old Wows Fans with National Anthem Performance at LA Galaxy Game

Ban on Welfare-Dependent Foreign Nationals May Shift Legal Immigration Toward Europe, Japan

President Trump’s plan to stop the importation and permanent resettlement of welfare-dependent foreign nationals in the United States may significantly shift where legal immigrants to the country derive from. Currently, there is an estimated record high of 44.5 million foreign-born residents living in the U.S. This is nearly quadruple the immigrant population in 2000. The vast majority … Continue reading Ban on Welfare-Dependent Foreign Nationals May Shift Legal Immigration Toward Europe, Japan

Kavanaugh accuser’s lawyer: Sexual misconduct allegations must be investigated by FBI

A lawyer for the second woman who publicly accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct said Tuesday night that the FBI must investigate the accusations of his client, Deborah Ramirez. John Clune, speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, said the accusations put forth by Ramirez have to be investigated by law enforcement officials, rather … Continue reading Kavanaugh accuser’s lawyer: Sexual misconduct allegations must be investigated by FBI

Mic.com Fires Jack Smith IV over ‘Disturbing Allegations’ in Jezebel Article

Far-left news site Mic fired Jack Smith IV, a reporter and video correspondent, due to “disturbing allegations” of emotional abuse and incidents of coercive sex made in a recently published article from Jezebel. Jack Smith IV was the focus of a Jezebel article published Monday titled, “The Next Step for #MeToo Is Into the Gray … Continue reading Mic.com Fires Jack Smith IV over ‘Disturbing Allegations’ in Jezebel Article

Illegal Alien Accused of Murdering Crew Mate on Nantucket Fishing Boat

A Mexican national living in the U.S. illegally has been accused of murdering his crewmate Sunday while on a fishing boat off the coast of Massachusetts. Authorities arrested Franklin Freddy Meave Vazquez, 27, and charged him with one count of murder and one count of attempted murder for allegedly attacking three crew members, killing one … Continue reading Illegal Alien Accused of Murdering Crew Mate on Nantucket Fishing Boat

Wells Fargo to Lay Off 26.5K Employees After Outsourcing Jobs, Importing Foreign Workers

Wells Fargo, the world’s third-largest United States bank, has announced that it will lay off about 26,500 employees after years of outsourcing American jobs and importing foreign workers. In an announcement this week, Wells Fargo executives said that by 2021, about 26,500 workers at the multinational bank would be laid off. This accounts for about ten … Continue reading Wells Fargo to Lay Off 26.5K Employees After Outsourcing Jobs, Importing Foreign Workers

Elizabeth Warren Attacks Navy Admiral over Party He Attended 14 Years Ago

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), a potential 2020 Democratic presidential contender, attacked Navy Vice Adm. Craig Faller Tuesday during his confirmation hearing to become commander of U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM) over a decision 14 years ago to attend a party during a port visit to Hong Kong. Faller’s attendance at the 2004 party was reported in … Continue reading Elizabeth Warren Attacks Navy Admiral over Party He Attended 14 Years Ago

Report: Kavanaugh Accuser Ramirez Refuses to Cooperate with Senate Committee

Deborah Ramirez, the second women to level sexual misconduct allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, is refusing to cooperate in any way with the Senate Judiciary Committee. The Washington Examiner reports that Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA), a sitting member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told staffers Tuesday that Ramirez is refusing to cooperate in any way; she … Continue reading Report: Kavanaugh Accuser Ramirez Refuses to Cooperate with Senate Committee

Poll: 56% Majority Want Up or Down Senate Vote on Kavanaugh Nomination

The 30-plus hours of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh concluded more than two weeks ago, the high court’s next session begins on October 1, and a majority of Americans believe the time for the Senate to vote is now. Rasmussen Reports poll results released on Tuesday show that 56 percent of likely … Continue reading Poll: 56% Majority Want Up or Down Senate Vote on Kavanaugh Nomination

Mexican Military Replaces Cartel-Connected Police in Acapulco — Chiefs Arrested

The Mexican military disarmed and replaced the entire police force in the beach resort town of Acapulco. The move comes as part of an investigation into the agency’s ties to drug cartels. At the same time, authorities arrested two top police commanders on murder charges and the transit police chief on weapons charges. The entire … Continue reading Mexican Military Replaces Cartel-Connected Police in Acapulco — Chiefs Arrested

Beto O’Rourke’s denial he left DUI crash scene challenged by fact-checker

Texas Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke, who is leading an insurgent challenge against incumbent Ted Cruz, claimed during a debate on Friday that he never left the scene of a DWI crash near El Paso in 1998, but a leading Washington Post fact-checker challenged the claim, giving it “four Pinocchios.” On the evening of his 26th birthday, O’Rourke … Continue reading Beto O’Rourke’s denial he left DUI crash scene challenged by fact-checker

Jeremy Piven Goes Berserk After Sex Jokes Bomb at Domestic Violence Event: ‘F*ck You All’

Entourage star Jeremy Piven on Saturday evening shocked attendees of a Hollywood charity event celebrating survivors of human trafficking and domestic violence, telling the crowd “fuck you all” after his jokes about sex and Justin Bieber were poorly received. Appearing before the 9th annual Face Forward fundraising gala at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Piven reportedly launched into a … Continue reading Jeremy Piven Goes Berserk After Sex Jokes Bomb at Domestic Violence Event: ‘F*ck You All’

Nolte: Believe All Women! Except Kavanaugh’s Witnesses, Apparently.

The cry from the media and the political left is that we must “Believe All Women!” But neither the media nor the left seem at all interested in believing the women defending Brett Kavanaugh. I am not even talking about the legions and legions of female character witnesses from the Supreme Court nominee’s professional and … Continue reading Nolte: Believe All Women! Except Kavanaugh’s Witnesses, Apparently.

Pope Francis Stonewalls Journalists to Duck Questions on Sex Abuse

Pope Francis masterfully controlled the press briefing aboard the papal plane Tuesday in such a way as to make sure that he did not have to face embarrassing questions about how he handled the case of serial abuser Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. The Q&A session with journalists on the return trip from the Baltic states Tuesday … Continue reading Pope Francis Stonewalls Journalists to Duck Questions on Sex Abuse

Iran’s President Hints Trump Has ‘Nazi Disposition’, Calls Sanctions ‘Economic Terrorism’

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani told the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday that sanctions imposed on his country by U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration amount to “economic terrorism” and claimed the American leader had a “Nazi disposition.” Without explicitly naming Trump, the leader of the Islamic Republic accused “rulers in the world,” clearly referencing the United … Continue reading Iran’s President Hints Trump Has ‘Nazi Disposition’, Calls Sanctions ‘Economic Terrorism’

Jordan’s King Urges U.N. to Declare War on ‘Islamophobia’

Jordanian King Abdullah II Bin Al-Hussein, while addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, called on the international community to combat “Islamophobia,” deeming it a threat that fuels terrorism along with jihadi ideology. The king declared: An effective global response to terror also requires continued collective action. Let’s be clear about it: for all … Continue reading Jordan’s King Urges U.N. to Declare War on ‘Islamophobia’

Egyptian President Blasts U.N. as Ineffective, Lacking Credibility

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, during his address before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, condemned the international body for lacking credibility and being ineffective in the Arab region and Africa, citing the ongoing conflicts in Libya, Syria, and Yemen. The Egyptian leader noted that the U.N. has failed to prevent the ongoing “disintegration” … Continue reading Egyptian President Blasts U.N. as Ineffective, Lacking Credibility

Grassley says he ‘is not going to silence’ Ford, vows key Kavanaugh hearing will proceed before possible vote

Tension builds ahead of high-stakes Kavanaugh hearing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford are scheduled to testify under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday; chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reports from Capitol Hill. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, on Tuesday rejected the requests from Democrats … Continue reading Grassley says he ‘is not going to silence’ Ford, vows key Kavanaugh hearing will proceed before possible vote

Senate Judiciary Committee Schedules Friday Vote on Kavanaugh

WASHINGTON, DC – The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a meeting on September 28, to vote on whether to recommend Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the full Senate for confirmation to the Supreme Court. The committee is currently scheduled to hear testimony under oath from Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, on Thursday. Chairman Chuck … Continue reading Senate Judiciary Committee Schedules Friday Vote on Kavanaugh

Senate Judiciary Committee reschedules vote on Brett Kavanaugh for Friday morning

Tension builds ahead of high-stakes Kavanaugh hearing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accuser Dr. Christine Blasey Ford are scheduled to testify under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday; chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reports from Capitol Hill. The Senate Judiciary Committee announced Tuesday that it had rescheduled a vote on Brett … Continue reading Senate Judiciary Committee reschedules vote on Brett Kavanaugh for Friday morning

Who is Ashley Kavanaugh? 3 things to know about the Supreme Court nominee’s wife

As Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has continued to deny the sexual misconduct allegations levied against him in recent days, his wife, Ashley, has remained by his side. She told Fox News in an exclusive interview she found the allegations “hard to believe.” “I know Brett. I’ve known him for 17 years. He’s decent, he’s kind, … Continue reading Who is Ashley Kavanaugh? 3 things to know about the Supreme Court nominee’s wife

Teacher Claims She Was Fired for Giving Students Zeroes for Unsubmitted Homework

Port St. Lucie, Florida, teacher Diane Tirado claims she lost her job because she would not give students a 50% grade for work they did not turn in. “I got fired. I was packing my stuff, and I was not going to see the kids,” Tirado said. Instead of saying goodbye to them personally, she … Continue reading Teacher Claims She Was Fired for Giving Students Zeroes for Unsubmitted Homework

Dave Brat’s Democrat Opponent Worked for Islamic ‘Terror High’ After 9/11

Rep. Dave Brat’s (R-VA) Democrat opponent in the 2018 midterm elections, Abigail Spanberger, worked for a Saudi-funded Islamic school known as “terror high” after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Between 2002 and 2003, Spanberger taught at the Islamic Saudi Academy, funded by the government of Saudi Arabia. Her joining the Saudi-funded school as an English literature … Continue reading Dave Brat’s Democrat Opponent Worked for Islamic ‘Terror High’ After 9/11

Trump could meet with Kim Jong Un by year’s end, South Korean president tells Fox News

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un could meet for a second summit before the end of 2018, according to the South Korean president. South Korean President Moon Jae-in replied “yes” when asked during an interview with Fox News’ Bret Baier whether he expected the two world leaders to meet in the “coming … Continue reading Trump could meet with Kim Jong Un by year’s end, South Korean president tells Fox News