In response to the London terror attack, Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) had an extreme proposal: kill anyone suspected of being an Islamic radical.
On his campaign Faceboook page, Higgins, a former police officer, posted this message:
On Tuesday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show,” Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) said his committee had reached out to Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual misconduct accuser Dr.
President Donald Trump began the week with a barrage of early-morning tweets blasting the courts for blocking his travel ban executive order. But in doing so, he may have just made it more likely that the courts will keep blocking the ban.
On Monday, the Interceptpublished a classified internal NSA document noting that Russian military intelligence mounted an operation to hack at least one US voting software supplier—which provided software related to voter registration files—in the months prior to last year's presidential contest.
A large minimum wage increase in Venezuela has dealt a “fatal blow to 40 percent of Venezuelan stores,” reports the Miami Herald. That has closed many stores, and left employees jobless. Venezuela’s government ignored the most basic law of economics in raising the minimum wage — the law of supply and demand.
We asked speechwriters for the last eight presidents to offer words that they would like to hear from President-elect Donald J. Trump in his Inaugural Address on Jan. 20. Here are their suggestions.
Donald J. Trump canceled campaign credentials for news organizations that wrote critically of him. He taunted one reporter so badly the Secret Service offered to escort her out of his furious rally. He said he would expand libel laws. His staff has called the media the ”opposition party” and said they’d move journalists out of the White House. At his last news conference, his first in months, he refused to take questions from a reporter whose network ran an embarrassing story.
With a president so antagonistic to them, and disdainful of the truth, American journalism faces one of its greatest challenges. How should it respond?
This is part of the Issues for Trump and America series.