Illegal immigration and drug running have destroyed border parklands, further threatened two species on the endangered list and led federal officials to bar visitors and campers in areas considered too dangerous to visit, according to newly released reports.
Top Democrats are taking aim at one of their own, assailing Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard for appearing to defend Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad against allegations his regime dumped chemical weapons on a rebel-held area.
President Trump on Tuesday said North Korea “is looking for trouble” and vowed to get the murderous regime of dictator Kim Jong-Un under control with or without China’s help.
Trump sent the warning in a pair of tweets just days after he met with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
“Today, college is what high school was”
As if it wasn’t already expensive to live in New York. Now, taxpayers there have a new entitlement to pay for.
NBC News reported:
New York Becomes Only State to Offer Free Four-Year College
During the Academy Awards, Americans were subjected to an unintentionally hilarious commercial created by the New York Times called "The Truth:"
TruthRevolt's Trey Sanchez described the commercial at the time:
Journalists convince themselves that their product is “news,” but often it’s just publicity, especially when liberal journalists hail other liberal journalists for their hard-working idealism. Take Tuesday’s gushy Washington Post profile of CNN media reporter and Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States has made a preliminary conclusion that Russia knew in advance of Syria's chemical weapons attack last week, but has no proof of Moscow's involvement, a senior U.S.
While U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos toured schools in Miami, Florida last week, she told the Miami Herald that illegal immigrant students in Florida “should not be concerned” about losing in-state tuition because the Trump administration is “very supportive” of states deciding for themselves on such policy.
Referring to the words of Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly, DeVos said:
Well, as you well know [immigration] is an issue that’s been widely discussed within the administration and I yesterday referred to [Homeland Security Secretary] Gen. [John F.] Kelly’s comments about the fact that [undocumented] students should not be concerned. They should continue to focus on their studies and continue to pursue their educations. The administration is very supportive of states setting their direction and I would say that would be consistent here [for in-state tuition], too.
In March, when asked about illegal immigrant students who fall into the domain of former President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy, Kelly responded:
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I have a lot of things on my plate, a lot of criminals to apprehend and deport, that are here illegally, criminals beyond just the fact that they’re here illegally, and the least of my worries right now is anyone who falls under the general category of DACA…I can guarantee you that we have a lot of very bad people to go after, and the least of my worries are undocumented illegal aliens who are living lives.
The truth-tellers in the media have bypassed another opportunity to call out the Obama Administration for telling bold-faced lies. The New York Times broke a story Sunday revealing that the former administration “knew” Syria’s president Bashir-al-Assad had more chemical weapons hidden, despite John Kerry, President Obama, and Susan Rice telling the American people that they had destroyed all of Assad’s chemical weapons.
The New York Times’ media reporter John Koblin made the front of Business Day Monday with yet another fawning article from the NYT about how the Trump presidency has given a liberal television comedian a new lease on ratings popularity: “How Colbert Finally Got on a Roll.
The war over "truth" between the New York Times and the National Rifle Association escalated Monday when the nation's leading gun rights group warned the media giant, "We're coming for you."
Alabama’s embattled governor Robert Bentley reportedly is planning to resign over allegations he abused the powers of his office to facilitate and then cover up an affair with his adviser.
A source, who apparently has spoken to the governor, told the Associated Press he plans to resign and is preparing to announce his decision Monday during a Cabinet meeting.
THE family of the Maldivian model who was found dead in Bangladesh in a suspected suicide believe she was murdered by extremists in the country.
Raudha Athif, 20, who was featured on the cover of Vogue India, was studying medicine at Islami Bank Medical College in Rajshahi, when she was reportedly found hanged in her dorm room on March 29.
Confirming that the US is not nearly close done bombing Assad, Al-Jazeera – the Qatar-owned outlet (the country which at long last hopes to have its gas pipeline cross Syria to Europe) – reported on Sunday that Syrian jets have bombed the town of Idlib using White Phosphorus.