Congress, White House Go Silent on Jobs Giveaway to Irish Graduates

GOP politicians are working with Irish politicians and advocacy groups to pass a bill that would transfer thousands of white collar jobs from U.S. graduates to Irish graduates. The white-collar giveaway bill is reportedly near fast-track approval in the Senate because only two of the 51 GOP Senators still have a “hold” on the bill  — even … Continue reading Congress, White House Go Silent on Jobs Giveaway to Irish Graduates

Alleged Spy Maria Butina Pleads Guilty as Agent of Russian Influence

Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina pleaded guilty on Thursday to “conspiring to act as a foreign agent.” Butina’s deal with federal prosecutors prompted an admission that she worked with Russian officials to paint Russia as a friend to Republicans and the National Rifle Association. She has agreed to cooperate fully with investigators as they examine … Continue reading Alleged Spy Maria Butina Pleads Guilty as Agent of Russian Influence

McCaskill: Democrats Have a ‘Tendency to Talk Maybe Too Much About Gender’

On Thursday’s “PBS NewsHour,” Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) stated that the Democratic Party sometimes talks too much about gender. McCaskill said it is harder for a woman to become president “because we’ve never seen a woman in that role before, and I think there are some barriers there. But, on the other hand, I think … Continue reading McCaskill: Democrats Have a ‘Tendency to Talk Maybe Too Much About Gender’

Trump’s ‘New Africa Strategy’: No More ‘Aid Without Effect’

National Security Adviser John Bolton said Thursday that the Trump administration would no longer provide foreign aid to countries hostile to U.S. interests, outlining a “new Africa strategy” at a Heritage Foundation-hosted event in Washington, DC. Bolton stated: We will ensure that U.S. taxpayer dollars for aid are used efficiently and effectively. The United States will … Continue reading Trump’s ‘New Africa Strategy’: No More ‘Aid Without Effect’

Ed Rendell: If Kushner in Running to Be Chief of Staff No One with ‘Any Credibility Will Take the Job’

Thursday on MSNBC’s “The Beat,‏” former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA) reacted to reports President Donald Trump is considering his son-in-law Jared Kushner to replace John Kelly as White House chief of staff. Rendell said, “Ronald Reagan had James Baker, Bill Clinton had Leon Panetta, George Bush —the second George Bush had Andrew Card. These are … Continue reading Ed Rendell: If Kushner in Running to Be Chief of Staff No One with ‘Any Credibility Will Take the Job’

Fox 2 Detroit Meteorologist Jessica Starr Commits Suicide at 35

The death of Fox 2 meteorologist Jessica Starr of Novi, Michigan, was announced by her colleagues via social media on Thursday. “Our hearts are broken,” tweeted evening news anchor Amy Andrews. “Last night we were informed our Jessica Starr took her life.” She asked that viewers “keep her family in your prayers in the coming days … Continue reading Fox 2 Detroit Meteorologist Jessica Starr Commits Suicide at 35

Federal Judge Rules Against Constitutional Challenge to Maine’s ‘Rank Voting’ System

A federal judge ruled against Rep. Bruce Poliquin’s (R-ME-02) constitutional challenge to Maine’s “rank voting” system  (also known as “RCV,” or ranked-choice voting) on Thursday. Poliquin and three voters filed the lawsuit after Maine’s “Secretary of State Matt Dunlap declared Democrat Golden the winner in the November 6 election [in Maine’s 2nd Congressional District] on … Continue reading Federal Judge Rules Against Constitutional Challenge to Maine’s ‘Rank Voting’ System

California Chief Justice Quits GOP over Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation

Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye of the California Supreme Court has quit the Republican Party over the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year. Cantil-Sakauye’s defection was reported by the CalMatters blog, citing comments she made during a panel discussion Thursday  at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. She re-registered as … Continue reading California Chief Justice Quits GOP over Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation

Donald Trump Urges Democrats to Avoid Potential Partial Government Shutdown

Donald Trump prodded Democrats to vote for more border security on Thursday, rather than allow a partial government shutdown to occur before Christmas. “You know what? They only don’t want to do it because of me. We have to put the people ahead of politics,” Trump said in a video posted on Twitter. “We need … Continue reading Donald Trump Urges Democrats to Avoid Potential Partial Government Shutdown

Sarah Sanders: ‘Democrats Have to Decide if They Love Our Country More Than They Hate This President’

Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in order to avoid a government shutdown Democrats had to decide “if they love our country more than they hate this president.” Sanders said, “We will see what happens. The president is committed to making sure that one way or the … Continue reading Sarah Sanders: ‘Democrats Have to Decide if They Love Our Country More Than They Hate This President’

Watch – Aaron Klein: Iran’s Fingerprints Likely on West Bank Terrorist Attacks

During a segment on Israel’s i24NEWS, Breitbart Jerusalem Bureau Chief Aaron Klein outlined the military challenges facing Israel amid the Hezbollah tunneling threat and the sudden uptick in Palestinian terrorist attacks in the West Bank. Klein raised questions about whether the West Bank violence is connected to an Iranian agenda to possibly distract Israel from … Continue reading Watch – Aaron Klein: Iran’s Fingerprints Likely on West Bank Terrorist Attacks

Russia Pulls Nuclear Bombers from Venezuela After Pressure from U.S.

Russia reportedly decided to pull nuclear-capable jets from Venezuela following a diplomatic spat with Washington over their support for the Maduro regime, the White House confirmed on Wednesday. This week, Russia placed two nuclear-capable Tupolev Tu-160 strategic bombers in Venezuelan territory and showed them off in the skies as a show of force for the Maduro regime. … Continue reading Russia Pulls Nuclear Bombers from Venezuela After Pressure from U.S.

Guardian Newspaper Headline Equates Israeli Terror Victims with Palestinian Terrorist Suspects

A headline in The Guardian newspaper equates two Israelis murdered in Palestinian terrorist attacks with Palestinian terrorist suspects reportedly eliminated while attempting to attack Israeli forces during arrest raids. “Two Israelis and two Palestinians killed in West Bank violence,” is the title of The Guardian’s article. A screenshot of the online version of the headline … Continue reading Guardian Newspaper Headline Equates Israeli Terror Victims with Palestinian Terrorist Suspects

November: Foreign Workers See Nearly 5X Job Growth of Americans

Foreign workers saw nearly five times as much job growth as native-born American workers did last month, Bureau of Labor Statistics data reveals. In November 2018, foreign-born worker employment increased 5.1 percent compared to the same time last year. Meanwhile, native-born Americans saw an employment increase of only about 1.2 percent year-to-year, almost five times … Continue reading November: Foreign Workers See Nearly 5X Job Growth of Americans

Maine’s 2nd District Recount Proceeding Faster Than Expected

The recount in Maine’s controversial 2nd Congressional District race, where the state’s new “rank voting” system was used for the first time in American history, is proceeding faster than anticipated. When the secretary of state in Maine, Democrat Matt Dunlap, announced the beginning of the recount last Thursday, his office said it would take about four … Continue reading Maine’s 2nd District Recount Proceeding Faster Than Expected

Migrant Child Dies from Dehydration, Fever, Shock in U.S. Custody as Border Agents Overwhelmed

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials reported on Thursday evening that a young Guatemalan girl died in custody after she and her father were apprehended last week with a large group of migrants. The 7-year-old girl reportedly died from dehydration, septic shock, and fever, officials stated. On the evening of December 6, U.S. Border … Continue reading Migrant Child Dies from Dehydration, Fever, Shock in U.S. Custody as Border Agents Overwhelmed

Trump May Build More Tent Cities Amid Skyrocketing Illegal Immigration

President Trump’s administration may build more tent cities to detain and house illegal aliens and Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) amid a border crisis wherein illegal immigration has skyrocketed to decade-high levels. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) data released to NPR reveals that the administration’s first round of tent cities to house border crossers … Continue reading Trump May Build More Tent Cities Amid Skyrocketing Illegal Immigration

Exclusive — Rand Paul: ‘Extraordinary Moment’ When Senate Passed Resolution Invoking War Powers to Stop Illegal Yemen War

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) told Breitbart News it was an “extraordinary moment” when the U.S. Senate on Thursday passed a resolution to invoke the War Powers act expressing congressional disapproval of U.S. backing of Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen. The resolution passed 56-41 on final passage, over the objections of many establishment Republicans, but with … Continue reading Exclusive — Rand Paul: ‘Extraordinary Moment’ When Senate Passed Resolution Invoking War Powers to Stop Illegal Yemen War

Top U.S. General: Iran-Backed Militias in Iraq a Threat to U.S. Forces

Some factions from the Baghdad-sanctioned umbrella organization for mainly Tehran-allied Shiite militia groups known as the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) are helping Iran expand its nefarious activities in Iraq, a top U.S. Department of State (DOS) official indicated this week. His remarks echoed the U.S. general tapped to command American forces in the Middle East. During … Continue reading Top U.S. General: Iran-Backed Militias in Iraq a Threat to U.S. Forces

Reports: Jared Kushner Possible Candidate for White House Chief of Staff

President Donald Trump may select his own son-in-law to serve as the next White House chief of staff, according to reports. HuffPost went first with the report, citing a “top Republican close to the White House” and “two others close to Trump or the White House.” CBS correspondent Major Garrett confirmed the rumors, “citing a … Continue reading Reports: Jared Kushner Possible Candidate for White House Chief of Staff

Pentagon Has ‘Grave Concerns’ over Turkey’s Planned Offensive on Kurds in Syria

The Pentagon on Wednesday urged Turkey to suspend its planned operation into territory in northeastern Syria controlled by Kurdish militias fighting the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) with the support of the United States. “Unilateral military action into northeast Syria by any party, particularly as U.S. personnel may be present or in the vicinity, is of grave … Continue reading Pentagon Has ‘Grave Concerns’ over Turkey’s Planned Offensive on Kurds in Syria

Donald Trump: Democrats Blocking Wall to Spite Him

President Donald Trump says Democrats are blocking wall construction out of personal spite. The tweet first highlights pro-wall statements by Hillary Clinton, Sen. Chuck Schumer, and former President Barack Obama, and then Trump declares: The fact is they have always supported fences and walls and partitions, but you know what? They only don’t want to do it because of me. They have … Continue reading Donald Trump: Democrats Blocking Wall to Spite Him

Swalwell: ‘It’s Looking More and More’ Like Trump ‘Presides Over a Criminal Presidency’

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Representative Eric Swalwell (D-CA) stated that it increasingly seems that President Trump “was a part of a criminal campaign, a criminal transition, and now presides over a criminal presidency.” Swalwell said, “It’s looking more and more, Wolf, that Donald Trump was a part of a criminal campaign, a … Continue reading Swalwell: ‘It’s Looking More and More’ Like Trump ‘Presides Over a Criminal Presidency’

Trump Increases Arrests of Illegal Alien Hires by 640 Percent

President Trump is following through on his “Buy American, Hire America” commitment, surging the arrests of illegal aliens hired by U.S. businesses by more than 640 percent over the last year. For Fiscal Year 2018, the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency increased their worksite enforcement of immigration — going after the U.S. employers who … Continue reading Trump Increases Arrests of Illegal Alien Hires by 640 Percent

Three Missing in Abandoned West Virginia Coal Mine Found Alive

Officials announced on Wednesday that the three would-be spelunkers have been found alive after going missing inside an inactive coal mine. 25-year-old Kayla Williams, 31-year-old Erica Treadway, 21-year-old Cody Beverly, and 43-year-old Eddie Williams went missing on Saturday. By Monday evening, only Eddie Williams had emerged from the Elk Run Coal’s Rock House Powellton mine. Once … Continue reading Three Missing in Abandoned West Virginia Coal Mine Found Alive

WATCH: Middle Eastern Women Share Chilling Sharia Law Stories: ‘Silence Is Killing Us’

Rabia Kazan has witnessed first-hand the mistreatment and abuse of women in Iran who live under Sharia law, and she knows millions more are suffering and even dying from honor killings, female genital mutilation, child sex trafficking, and child marriage across the Middle East.  Kazan and almost two dozen other women from or with roots … Continue reading WATCH: Middle Eastern Women Share Chilling Sharia Law Stories: ‘Silence Is Killing Us’

Fox News Judge Napolitano Continues to Trash Trump with Inaccurate ‘Analysis’

Appearing with Shepard Smith on Wednesday, Fox News’s Judge Andrew Napolitano continued his winning streak of being the worst and most dishonest legal analyst on television not named Jeffrey Toobin. Spewing all kinds of mindless gloom and doom (you can watch the full segment here), while ignoring the all-important mitigating context that proves just how … Continue reading Fox News Judge Napolitano Continues to Trash Trump with Inaccurate ‘Analysis’

Stanford Physicist with Ties to Huawei Committed Suicide on Day of CFO Arrest

The suicide of Chinese-American physics professor Shoucheng Zhang, who dabbled in technology investment outside of his position at Stanford, has raised concerns this week after an anti-Chinese regime publication revealed his ties to the Chinese tech giant Huawei. Zhang, a naturalized American citizen from Shanghai, founded a venture capital firm tied to both the Chinese … Continue reading Stanford Physicist with Ties to Huawei Committed Suicide on Day of CFO Arrest

Goodell: NFL Won’t Pay for Video in Domestic Investigations

IRVING, Texas (AP) — Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday the NFL won’t pay for video evidence in cases involving domestic violence, and he defended the league’s handling of those investigations. Speaking after owners held their annual winter meeting, Goodell said the NFL’s approach to dealing with domestic violence is “extraordinary” and that the league has … Continue reading Goodell: NFL Won’t Pay for Video in Domestic Investigations