‘Do You Prefer Ma’am or Sir?’: New DOJ Video Shows Cops How to Treat Transgender People

Donald Trump Political Campaign The Justice Department’s Community Relations Service released a new video this week explaining to the law enforcement community the proper way to handle encounters with transgender people. Amid an uptick in reports of discrimination by police toward the transgender community, the CRS has released a 12-minute training video

Reports: Trump Campaign CEO Once Faced Domestic Violence Charges

Donald Trump Political Campaign Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO, was charged with misdemeanor domestic violence, battery and dissuading a witness following an incident in the mid-1990s, according to a new report from Politico. According to the findings, Mary Louise Piccard, Bannon’s wife at the time, told Santa Monica, Calif., police that

Tomi Lahren Emboldens Timid, Silent Conservatives in Back-to-School Pep Talk

Donald Trump Political Campaign It’s back-to-school season again, and there’s no “safe zone” in Tomi Lahren’s classroom. TheBlaze TV host is sending liberals to the corner and telling conservatives that it’s more important now than ever to speak up instead of hiding, cowering to liberals who so freely wield weapon-like terms

Liberal Commentator Doubles Down After Criticism for Calling Shariah Law ‘Progressive’

Donald Trump Political Campaign Earlier this month, Sally Kohn, a liberal CNN commentator, took to Twitter to defend “progressive Muslims” and Shariah law. Following intense backlash for the defense, Kohn is digging her heels in. Brian Ach/Getty Images for The Women’s Media Center Her initial comment came after Donald Trump called for an

Gowdy: Clinton Erased Emails So Meticulously ‘Even God Can’t Read Them’

Donald Trump Political Campaign Hillary Clinton’s legal team took such painstaking efforts to delete the former secretary of state’s emails that “even God can’t read them,” according to Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi. Gowdy argued the use of BleachBit, a software whose website says it