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Illegal Aliens Now Face Criminal Charges for Crossing Border

Illegal aliens caught crossing the border illegally for the first time are now facing criminal charges in federal court in Arizona as the Trump administration continues its crack down on illegal immigration. The Arizona Daily Sun reports that first-time offenders until recently were simply deported instead of being criminally prosecuted. But now,

Roger Stone Goes Medieval on Democrats After Hearing Is Postponed (FULL AUDIO)

Yesterday, Roger Stone was on Michael Caputo’s radio show carried on WBEN in Buffalo, NY. The subject, naturally, was the Russia probe as both Stone and Caputo have been asked to testify. Stone was incensed that his testimony had been delayed from July 24 until some time after the August

BREAKING. Trump Administration Will Use a Novel Method to Reduce Immigration Court Backlog

The immigration court system is close to broken. The New York Times reported that there was a backlog of some 525,000 cases: The judge in Courtroom 2 had unsettling news for Edhite Pouken Shienji, a woman from Cameroon seeking asylum. After 14 years of delays, she was finally scheduled for a

Parliament Erupts In Chaos In Taiwan (There Were Water Balloons!)

Giving the South Africans a run for their money, the Taiwanese parliament erupted into a full-scale brawl on Friday, with chairs being thrown along with punches. Watch lawmakers throw punches and chairs as Taiwan's parliament descends into chaos. pic.twitter.com/HkF2IYN9iV — NBC News (@NBCNews) July 14, 2017 This fight seems to be expected by

John Kerry Goes Along With Portraying Iranian Terrorist as a Cancer Researcher

If you ever had any doubt about the degree to which John Kerry and the Obama administration was, and remains, a shill for the Iranian regime, let that doubt be dismissed: Tragic. A doctor comes to the US to save lives and this happens. This is not who we are. https://t.co/l0kOaP4Xa1 —

SHOCKER. You Won’t Believe Who Employed the “Former Soviet Counterintelligence Official” in Trump Meeting

Yesterday, NBC News ran a breathless and, as it turned out, dishonest story about a “former Soviet counterintelligence official” who was also in the now-famous meeting with Donald Trump, Jr. and Natalia Veselnitskaya, the lawyer who was banned from entering the United States but to whom, for some reason, the

Kushner Lawyer Stepping Away From Russia Probe

As things grow, evolve, and expand with the Russia probe, Trump son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, is saying goodbye to his attorney, Jamie Gorelick. Well, not completely. Gorelick, the Clinton donor and likely choice to be Attorney General, had Hillary Clinton won the election, is taking her hands off the Russia

Why Bastille Day is Not Independence Day’s Equivalent

Across America today there are a number of cities and towns celebrating Bastille Day, the French equivalent of America’s July 4th Independence Day holiday. Even in my neck of the woods in Greenville, South Carolina, there is a three course French dinner, complete with a live band, observing July 14th,

Watercooler 7/14 Open Thread: RUSSIANS!!!

Made ya look, didn’t I? :p In case you missed last Friday, we’ve started a new Watercooler project we call “Cooking Up Conservatism,” this WC being the second helping. “Russians”: Kaleenka Piroshky Today’s feature recipe is an old favorite in my family, coming from a long-closed restaurant in the Seattle area whose

CORRECTION: It Looks Like Fusion GPS Founder Will Not Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee

This is an update on an earlier story discussed, regarding Glenn Simpson, one of the founders of Fusion GPS, the political opposition research firm that commissioned the dossier on Donald Trump. To recap, the earlier piece said that Simpson would be appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee next Wednesday. According to Politico,

Trump Admin Will Appeal Hawaii District Court Decision

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that Justice Department will appeal U.S. District Judge Derrick K. Watson July 13 decision which once again modifys Watson’s injunction against President Donald J. Trump’s January 27, 2017 Executive Order Protecting the Nation From Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United States and

Trump Hires a New Lawyer To Be “Traffic Cop” in Russia Probe

No, surprisingly, he won’t be replacing Marc Kasowitz. The goal of Ty Cobb, a veteran Washington lawyer, is to handle the Russia issue from inside the White House, and to attempt to bring some discipline to the administration – including President Trump. Four law firms have previously refused to take on Trump’s

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