Schiff’s Deep State collusion: NY Times accidentally suggests the intelligence committee chairman’s fingerprints are all over the so-called whistleblower’s report

Leftist conspiracy-monger Adam Schiff was aware of select details of the Ukraine-Biden allegations against President Donald Trump before a lying CIA snitch reportedly involved in the case filed a complaint under a whistleblower law, according to the intermittently reliable New York … Continue reading Schiff’s Deep State collusion: NY Times accidentally suggests the intelligence committee chairman’s fingerprints are all over the so-called whistleblower’s report

Judge OKs Harvard racial preferences, case may reach Supreme Court

A federal judge rejected a civil rights group’s challenge of affirmative action policies at Harvard University, ruling that its undergraduate college’s allegedly racially discriminatory policies adversely affecting Asian Americans are legally sound. The ruling by Massachusetts-based District Judge Allison Burroughs, who was … Continue reading Judge OKs Harvard racial preferences, case may reach Supreme Court

Trump calls illicit impeachment inquiry “a coup”: and the evidence supports the president’s claim

President Donald Trump justifiably lashed out at the congressional Democrats trying to impeach him, accurately describing the Left’s unseemly effort to overturn the 2016 election as a “coup.” “As I learn more and more each day, I am coming to … Continue reading Trump calls illicit impeachment inquiry “a coup”: and the evidence supports the president’s claim

Warren backs Ocasio-Cortez’s plan for economic inequality and climate change

Democratic presidential contender Elizabeth Warren threw her weight behind a plan proposed by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez that includes taxpayer-funded welfare benefits for illegal aliens and increased government intervention in the economy, including nationwide rent control. Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) is an outspoken member of the … Continue reading Warren backs Ocasio-Cortez’s plan for economic inequality and climate change

Kamala Harris: Twitter should suspend Donald Trump

Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris said Sept. 30 Twitter should suspend President Donald Trump’s Twitter account for abusing his power by using it to criticize the so-called whistleblower whose complaint triggered an impeachment inquiry in Congress. San Francisco-based Twitter, which runs the popular micro-blogging website … Continue reading Kamala Harris: Twitter should suspend Donald Trump

ICE targets illegals in sanctuary city raids: Making headway in the fight against bastions of lawlessness

In a weeklong sweep U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement took close to 1,300 illegal aliens into custody, many of whom were arrested in so-called sanctuary cities that harbor illegals and shield them from federal immigration enforcement efforts. Sanctuary jurisdictions defy … Continue reading ICE targets illegals in sanctuary city raids: Making headway in the fight against bastions of lawlessness

Trump urging Ukrainian probe of Biden breaks no laws: A Clinton-era U.S.-Ukraine treaty requires the two countries to provide mutual legal assistance

A treaty from 2000 between Ukraine and the United States requires the two countries to cooperate on law enforcement matters, a factor that may help to explain why President Donald Trump felt comfortable questioning the involvement of Joe Biden and … Continue reading Trump urging Ukrainian probe of Biden breaks no laws: A Clinton-era U.S.-Ukraine treaty requires the two countries to provide mutual legal assistance

UPDATED: As fundraising shoots up, lawsuits threaten Southern Poverty Law Center

News Analysis The embattled far-left Southern Poverty Law Center flew past the half-billion-dollar mark in assets for the first time, ending the last tax year with $518.3 million in assets—after raking in $122.9 million that year, according to a newly disclosed IRS … Continue reading UPDATED: As fundraising shoots up, lawsuits threaten Southern Poverty Law Center

Democrats bet it all on Trump’s telephone call transcript: The president breaks no law – but facts elude Dems in full Trump Derangement Meltdown

A day after Democrats vowed to open a formal impeachment inquiry, President Trump dropped a bombshell Sept. 25 by releasing the transcript of a conversation he had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that Trump’s enemies insist is the smoking gun … Continue reading Democrats bet it all on Trump’s telephone call transcript: The president breaks no law – but facts elude Dems in full Trump Derangement Meltdown

Matthew Vadum’s work is cited in 108 books (so far), 97 times on Google Scholar, 34900 times on Google

For the record, I am writer and researcher Matthew Vadum. I am the author of four published books. They are: *Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers (WND Books, 2011) *Team Jihad: How … Continue reading Matthew Vadum’s work is cited in 108 books (so far), 97 times on Google Scholar, 34900 times on Google

Film tells story of racial hoax surrounding Trayvon Martin’s death

Commentary The myth that black teen Trayvon Martin was a victim of racist violence set race relations back and was foisted on Americans by unscrupulous prosecutors in Florida who perpetrated “the most spectacular case of identity fraud in modern American judicial history” … Continue reading Film tells story of racial hoax surrounding Trayvon Martin’s death

President seeks power to fire head of consumer bureau at will

News Analysis WASHINGTON—The Trump administration told the Supreme Court in a new filing that a rule that the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau can only be fired by the president for cause is unconstitutional. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has been a partisan punching bag for some time. Many Republicans accuse the financial regulator of overreach and have tried to curb its reach. They say former Director Richard Cordray, a Democrat who left his post in late 2017 to unsuccessfully run for Ohio governor in 2018, published far-reaching regulations and imposed overly harsh penalties on firms for allegedly harming … Continue reading President seeks power to fire head of consumer bureau at will