Comey Shocker: Admits He Might Have Let Hillary Skate on Emails Because He Thought She’d Win

April 14, 2018 by  Selwyn Duke   Former FBI director James Comey (shown) has been making the media rounds virtue-signaling with his new book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership. But it turns out that his real loyalty might have been to career advancement: In a little-noted admission, Comey reveals in his book that he might … More Comey Shocker: Admits He Might Have Let Hillary Skate on Emails Because He Thought She’d Win

Trump: Battling Child Abuse Includes Protecting Pre-born Babies From Abortion

April 11, 2018  by  Dave Bohon   A few days ago President Trump declared April National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and as he did so he included one group of children who are often overlooked among the abused: pre-born babies. “Every child is a precious and unique gift who deserves the security of a loving and … More Trump: Battling Child Abuse Includes Protecting Pre-born Babies From Abortion

Federal judge rules on challenge to Trump’s border wall

Feb 27, 2018  BY KAT SHEPHERD   The Trump administration can mark a win Tuesday after a federal judge ruled against an environmental challenge to President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. With the decision, the administration can issue waivers on environmental laws and construction plans can move forward. From Fox News: The case involved the Trump administration’s ability to ignore … More Federal judge rules on challenge to Trump’s border wall

FISA Memo Made Public, Here Is What Democrats Didn’t Want American People to See

 Feb 2, 2018  by C. Mitchell Shaw   With President Trump’s approval, the four-page FISA memo prepared by the House Intelligence Committee has been released to the public. Democrats fought the public release of the document, which has been described by GOP members of the House as “explosive,” “shocking,” “troubling,” and “alarming” and showing actions on … More FISA Memo Made Public, Here Is What Democrats Didn’t Want American People to See

GOP Congressmen: FISA Memo Would Destroy Mueller Probe if Made Public

 Jan 20, 2018 by C. Mitchell Shaw On the heels of both houses of Congress reauthorizing Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), it has been reported that an “explosive,” “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming” four-page memo was made available to members of the House of Representatives after they voted to approve that reauthorization. The memo … More GOP Congressmen: FISA Memo Would Destroy Mueller Probe if Made Public

New FBI Director Hints at Backdoors for Encryption

Jan 11, 2018 by  C. Mitchell Shaw After a brief pause, the surveillance hawks are again demanding an end to the encryption millions of Americans use to protect their data. Newly-minted FBI Director Christopher Wray (shown) seems to be picking up right where his disgraced predecessor James Comey left off in the war against encryption, telling … More New FBI Director Hints at Backdoors for Encryption

Federal Judge Throws Out Emoluments Complaint Against President Trump

December 22, 2017 jonathanturley With much fanfare months ago, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) filed a lawsuit alleging that President Donald Trump had violated the emoluments clause. The constitutional challenge was billed as meant “to stop President Trump from violating the Constitution by illegally receiving payments from foreign governments.”  I have previously stated that the … More Federal Judge Throws Out Emoluments Complaint Against President Trump

Supreme Court Allows Trump “Travel Ban” to Take Effect

Dec 5, 2017 by  Warren Mass   The Supreme Court on December 4 granted a stay of the October rulings by two lower courts that had blocked the Trump administration from enforcing its suspension on travel from six majority-Muslim countries. The San Francisco-based NInth Circuit Court of Appeals and a federal district court in Maryland ruled … More Supreme Court Allows Trump “Travel Ban” to Take Effect

Dershowitz: Mueller “Going Way Beyond His Authority”

Nov 21, 2017 by  Steve Byas Special Counsel Robert Mueller, appointed to investigate the Trump campaign’s alleged connections to Russia, is “going well beyond his authority as a prosecutor,” Alan Dershowitz (shown), highly-regarded retired Harvard Law professor, told Fox News during the Outnumbered Overtimeprogram on Monday. Dershowitz is a well-known Democrat, so his comments cannot be seen … More Dershowitz: Mueller “Going Way Beyond His Authority”