House Republicans voted unanimously Tuesday to revoke the Federal Communication’s (FCC) broadband privacy rules, sending legislation to the White House that would undo duplicitous regulation around consumer privacy.
Looks like top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is giving her sext-addicted estranged husband and disgraced politician Anthony Weiner another shot.
Anti-Trump protesters launched violent attacks on supporters of President Donald Trump at rallies across California on Saturday, but the media uniformly downplayed their role.
Thursday is the seventh anniversary of Obamacare, so naturally Barack Obama decided to release a statement defending his law:
Despite having claimed on NPR that he doesn’t even know what a “sanctuary city” is, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued an official directive on Tuesday, which “restricted city employees from cooperating with federal immigration officials and instructed police at the ports and airports to refrain from investigating a person’s immigration status.”
Hillary Clinton wandered off into the woods after her devastating defeat last November. Sen. Bernie Sanders went back to being a tiny shrill voice in the Senate, where he’ll rarely be heard again. And the Democratic Party has few bright, young rising stars in its ranks (no, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, 67, does not count as one).
The city of Philadelphia cancelled its largest Cinco de Mayo event, El Carnaval de Puebla, because current conditions in the country supposedly weren’t favorable toward immigrants, especially illegal ones living in fear of a nationwide crackdown spurred by President Donald Trump.
During a speech on the Senate floor on Wednesday, Senator John McCain (R-AZ) stated that Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) is “achieving the objectives of” and “working for” Vladimir Putin after Paul objected to a unanimous consent motion to advance a bill to advance Montenegro’s bid to join NATO.
Michael Crowley writes in Politico Magazine about the fear among Europe’s elites that President Trump and his chief strategist Steve Bannon pose an existential threat to the future of the European Union.
The Christian cross is “not an adornment for the house or a piece of jewelry to wear,” but a reminder of Christ’s love in saving mankind from evil and sin, Pope Francis said Sunday.