Editorial: The memo just released by Congress shows the height of corruption, but not the top. It is likely historians will note President Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch, Lois Lemer and others by actions, omissions and instructions forever damned the Democrat Party to oblivion. This documentation of criminal activity will not be the last as America’s system of justice attempts to wipe itself clean.
It is fitting to begin with the FBI. Continue reading
The House Intelligence Committee on Monday evening voted to release the classified memo that purportedly reveals government surveillance abuses. The motion passed on a party-line basis, participants noted.
President Trump has five days to decide whether he has any objections before the memo can be publicly released. Continue reading
The Republican Party of Tulsa County celebrated President Donald Trump’s remarkable success at a luncheon Friday at the Warren Place hotel with Oklahoma Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) and over a hundred of his local friends. He may also be seen this Sunday on a C-SPAN “Newsmakers” interview at 9 am online now. Continue reading
Analysis: Democrats are demanding that criminals be rewarded for using their children as human bridges to citizenship in the United States of America.
This is a public policy landmine President Barack Hussein Obama planted. After claiming it would be unlawful 22 times, Obama then broke the law – not the only time historians note, but significant in evil outcome for average Americans. Continue reading
Editorial: I personally miss Rev. Martin Luther King. Despite flaws, I admire the man for the principle and courage he showed repeatedly with passion in leadership publicly. I take his instruction seriously to judge by character rather than color when I fail in the Christian Faith which says not to judge at all.
I know from detailed study that Rev. King was a practicing Christian and American Patriot opposed to the Marxism, collectivism or communism today’s disinformationists try to paint him with in retrospect. Continue reading