Internet Privacy Regulations Voted Down in the Senate

Internet privacy regulations on carriers have been voted down by the Senate in a 50-48 party line vote. The Hill reported that it dismantles the internet privacy rules of the Federal Communications Commission. Providers can now...

After London Terror Attack, Theresa May Says It Wasn’t Islamic Terrorism

After the horrendous terror attack in London earlier this week which has now left five dead, including the ISIS killer Khalid Masood, PM Theresa May said it was not Islamic terrorism. Conservative MP Michael Tomlinson...

NSA Expected to Produce “Smoking Gun” Evidence of Obama Administration Spying

Chief Washington correspondent for Fox News, James Rosen, has sources who say the NSA will present documents, including possible smoking gun evidence, of Obama administration spying on the Trump transition team and possibly President-elect...

Illegal Alien Gang Member Sexually Assaults 2-Year Old, Brutally Stabs Mother and Another Woman

Tommy Alvarado-Ventura, who has been deported four times, sexually attacked a 2-year old girl, and brutally stabbed two women in a five-hour crime spree on Long Island. Long Island is being overrun with illegal aliens...

“Wonderland” Courts Defy the President, Congress—and the Voters

The Alice in Wonderland court, convened to find out who stole the Queen’s tarts, has been the epitome of judicial absurdity since Lewis Carroll wrote the story in 1865—until the court rulings on President...

Judge Rules for Freddie Gray Cops, “Malicious” Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby Faces a Civil Trial

The Freddie Gray cops won again in a lawsuit against Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby. Ms. Mosby put six police officers on trial without the evidence to back up the charges. At first, critics said she...

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