Before the new Congress appropriates or authorizes any further funding, it must answer some questions.
House Republicans can do their own version of the Boland Amendment this year to roll back the weaponization of the federal government.
The GOP House can stop the project and rein in a runaway bureau.
Internal documents show FBI professionalism in tatters as it makes free speech a crime.
The colonists held Myles Standish in high regard. They repeatedly elected him military captain of Plymouth.
Two polls show few Americans believe the January 6 riot was a “coup” or “insurrection.” And the numbers are declining.
When a president declines cognitively, who is really captaining the ship?
Twenty years after the jihadist terrorist attacks that redefined our country and triggered a global techno-security system with endless mission creep, we hand our security to the Taliban and China?
Special inspector general says “every agency experienced annual lobotomies” for 20 years.
Veterans-turned-lawmakers, with active duty whistleblowers, are the nation’s last defense against the Pentagon’s racialist commissars.
The intelligence community is no longer prepared to defend America against foreign deception and disinformation.
The Trump team must apply the Carter standards rigorously for a clean vote in America.
Every democracy has its problems with fraud and abuse, and our southern neighbors have their fair share. But they are nothing next to this election.
Why old American Communist warhorses like Angela Davis and Bob Avakian are urging a vote for the establishment Democrat: “He is far more likely to take mass demands seriously.”