The world is witnessing "Chernobyl on steroids" as the media and world leaders maintain their silence on the severity of the Fukushima disaster.
Despite the fact Trump has surpassed the number of bound delegates necessary to win the nomination outright, some conservatives are now urging their fellow Republican party members to change the convention rules or vote their consciences at the RNC convention next month in Cleveland.
Even with a majority Republican House and Senate, establishment Obama-loving GOP members have voted to remove further rights of citizens using our own tax dollars.
Hillary Clinton has emasculated the Second Amendment, "I think that for most of our history there was a nuanced reading of the Second Amendment until the decision by the late Justice Scalia, and there was no argument until then that localities and states and the federal government had a right as we do with every amendment, to impose reasonable regulations."
Andy Hallinan, on a video at the Florida Gun Supply YouTube channel, is offering shooting targets featuring Sanders, Clinton and Hussein Soetoro.
Brian Williams engaged in an incident of "open mouth, insert foot" when he responded to a point Andrea Mitchell made in praising former Sens. Sam Nunn and Dick Lugar for their work on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
An illegal alien man, who had been receiving VA benefits, along with Social Security and other federal, state and local sources, defrauded the government by using the identity of a a US veteran who died.
Mr. Obama, who claims to be a lawyer and devotee of international law, may be interested to know that every single one of the 3,581 casualties at Pearl Harbor (according to the National WWII Museum tally) were considered non-combatants, including the 2,403 military personnel who were killed, because Japan did not declare war before the attack.
Rep. Zoe Lofgren called witness Gail Heriot, of the United States Commission on Civil Rights an "ignorant bigot" during testimony regarding transgenders.
Judges are not to interject their personal beliefs into cases -- decisions are to be based on the law. If judges are interjecting their personal beliefs into cases, based on anything other than the law, the judge should be removed.
The Coalition of African-American Pastors (CAAP) is challenging Barack Obama's bathroom proclamation stating, "the Obama administration's assertion that single-sex bathrooms are discriminating against gender-confused individuals in much the same way that blacks experienced discrimination in the United States is a 'gross insult' to all who fought for equality for African-Americans."
A letter, sent jointly by the Department of [Un]Education and the Department of [In]Justice, went out on Friday, ordering by executive decree the change and not any law, rule, or pseudo-law in the form of regulations.