If congressional Democrats won’t provide the $5 billion President Trump has asked for to fund a wall or other physical barrier along the U.S. border with Mexico and end the partial government shutdown, then Republicans should offer an alternative proposal: $25 billion – five times as much – for border security.
President Donald Trump has worked hard to get his wall funding properly authorized. But he may ultimately do exactly what presidents before him have done: take advantage of the broken Congressional process.
Facebook has lost the confidence of consumers and attracted the attention of too many regulators.
It shouldn’t matter which party you are when it comes to who gets prosecuted and who doesn’t.
Democrats in Congress have opposed even the most modest efforts to secure the border. There are seven questions they should all be asked to answer.
Four brave men died as a result and many other heroes had their lives forever altered. That is not a conspiracy. That is fact – no matter how inconvenient Democrats may find it.
The stunning revelations documented in a report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz on the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email use when she was secretary of state lay bare the big disparity between the treatment of Clinton and the treatment of those not named Clinton.
Congress is on the clock. Time is ticking. Here are ten actions Congress should take now to truly do the work of the American people, but they won’t.
In the clamor to tighten gun restrictions following the horrific massacre at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last week, one important fact has been overlooked.
Allegations of abuse of the power to spy without cause or to weaponize the vast authority of government for political purposes should concern every American.