Senator Rand Paul
Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul revealed October 10 that media largely ignored a key detail from the attempted mass murder of Republican lawmakers last year at a baseball field.
On Fox News’ “FOX & Friends,” Paul condemned the violent rhetoric of the political Left and the Democratic Party warning someone is going to end up killed if inflammatory rhetoric doesn’t stop.
“I was there at the ball field when Rep. Steven Scalise almost died from a very, very angry violent man who was incited really by rhetoric on the left,” Paul said. Continue reading
Brett Kavanaugh became the 114th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court Saturday evening after the Senate confirmed him by a vote of 50-48, handing President Trump a historic victory to shift the balance of ideology from dictatorial “Leftist hubris in activism” which has ruled for 84 years to the “original intent” of limits on government specified in the U.S. Constitution. Continue reading
Five adults from a compound near Amalia, NM appeared in Taos Magistrate Court (Aug. 8, 2018) on charges of child abuse. Bill Baron, Taos News.
One of the questions that surfaces about ideological extremism is the question of why women and children stay silent during Islamist abuse. Late this summer, Clarion Project broke a national story about a narrowly avoided “jihadist Waco” in which a group of children, men and women were in a remote off-grid compound in New Mexico. One of the ring leaders was Imam Siraj Wahhaj’s son. Wahhaj Sr. is a prominent radical cleric in North America with considerable support from a wide field of Muslims ranging from Islamists such as Linda Sarsour to progressives. Continue reading
In his speech to the United Nations, President Donald J. Trump defines his policy and the nation’s future with authority and pride. Trump promotes freedom, human and national rights in stark contrast to former-President Obama’s anti-American criminality.
This is a President who would not transfer 25 percent of America’s Uranium to Russia so cronies could profit. What a dramatic change. Continue reading
Estimates of illegal immigrants in the U.S. are frequently declared at approximately 11.3 million. A new study by Yale University modeling on a range of demographic data, suggests that the actual level of undocumented immigrant population or “criminal invaders” if you use those terms may be more than 22 million. Continue reading