Obama Admin Gave ‘Immunity’ to Clinton Lawyer Responsible for Deleting 30,000 Emails

June 28, 2019 by Hannity Staff   A bombshell report from Judicial Watch is now claiming the Obama Administration granted “immunity” to Hillary Clinton’s lawyer responsible for the deletion of more than 30,000 emails during her time at the State Department. “Judicial Watch announced today that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s White House Liaison at … More Obama Admin Gave ‘Immunity’ to Clinton Lawyer Responsible for Deleting 30,000 Emails

VIDEO Chase CEO Credits Trump, Tells Yahoo Tax Reform Was ‘Needed’

By Joseph Valle | June 28, 2019 JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon thinks President Donald Trump deserves “some” credit for the strong economy and that tax reform needed to happen, even though his “liberal New York friends would never agree.” On Yahoo Finance’s Influencers with Andy Serwer on June 27, Dimon applauded Trump’s pro-business economic agenda, especially tax cuts and … More VIDEO Chase CEO Credits Trump, Tells Yahoo Tax Reform Was ‘Needed’

Michael Flynn Attorney Suggests Special Counsel Withheld Key Information From His Defense

Michael Flynn’s new attorney Sidney Powell suggested the special counsel may not have produced classified information relevant to Flynn’s case. Powell intends to obtain it June 28, 2019 By Margot Cleveland   On Monday, former President Trump national security advisor Michael Flynn appeared before Judge Emmet Sullivan for a routine status hearing. Yet the 15-minute … More Michael Flynn Attorney Suggests Special Counsel Withheld Key Information From His Defense

Supreme Court Says It Will Hear DACA Case, Deciding Program’s Future

June 28, 2019 by  Luis Miguel   All eyes are on the Supreme Court. The nation’s highest judicial body agreed on Friday to decide whether the Trump administration can go forward with its plans to end the Obama-era DACA program. The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the three relevant cases in its next term, which … More Supreme Court Says It Will Hear DACA Case, Deciding Program’s Future

Unanimous Supreme Court: It’s ‘Predictable’ That Noncitizens Will Act ‘Unlawfully’

By Terence P. Jeffrey | June 27, 2019 Justice Clarence Thomas, Elena Kagan, Samuel Alito and Chief Justice John Roberts (Getty Images/Chip Somodevilla) On its way to ruling by a 5-4 majority that the Secretary of Commerce improperly decided to include a citizenship question in the 2020 Census, the Supreme Court unanimously concluded that states had … More Unanimous Supreme Court: It’s ‘Predictable’ That Noncitizens Will Act ‘Unlawfully’

Trump ‘Absolutely’ Has a Constitutional Duty to Enforce Immigration Laws

By Cody Leach | June 28, 2019 Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) (Getty Images) (CNSNews.com) — House Representative Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said the president “absolutely does” have a constitutional duty to enforce the immigration laws and added that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and her liberal colleagues “don’t mind people being hurt, raped, [or] killed if it helps … More Trump ‘Absolutely’ Has a Constitutional Duty to Enforce Immigration Laws

Supreme Court ruling protects owners from government seizures of real estate

The decision is “a hard-fought victory for property rights advocate” June 28, 2019 Kathleen Howley Americans just got more protection from property seizures. Property owners shouldn’t have to jump through state-level hoops before heading to federal court to stop the government from taking their property, the Supreme Court ruled last week in a 5-4 decision that overturned a … More Supreme Court ruling protects owners from government seizures of real estate

VIDEO China’s Economy Slows Further as Trump, Xi Meet in Japan

China’s Economy Slows Further as Trump, Xi Set to Meet in Japan   June 26, 2019 Smaller companies are hurt most amid trade uncertainties Commodities rose on supply shocks; inflation remained subdued   China’s economy continued to weaken in June, with the slowdown underscoring how important it will be for President Xi Jinping to push forward … More VIDEO China’s Economy Slows Further as Trump, Xi Meet in Japan

Supremes warned: Abortion rulings ‘out of control’

Justices again dodge making decision, this time on ban on ‘dismemberment’   Clarence Thomas (Official portrait) Editor’s Note: Be aware of the graphic description of abortion contained in the court decisions quoted below: Lawmakers are restricting abortion in a number of states this year with the intent of provoking lawsuits that will reach the Supreme Court … More Supremes warned: Abortion rulings ‘out of control’

SCOTUS Says Jury, Not a Judge, Must Decide Facts for Punishment

By William Vogeler, Esq. on June 26, 2019 Andre Haymond got a break in his child pornography case, as the U.S. Supreme Court said his sentence for violating probation should be decided by a jury. In United States v. Haymond, the justices said the defendant’s sentence was “unconstitutional and unenforceable” because the punishment exceeded his original sentence … More SCOTUS Says Jury, Not a Judge, Must Decide Facts for Punishment