As the fun-loving Democrats in the House of Representatives are planning to meet at 4pm, on Sept. 24 to prepare impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, amid accusations from an alleged whistle-blower that the President improperly pressured Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, during a telephone conversation in July, to investigate Joe Biden and his son Hunter and their questionable activities in the Ukraine, let’s not forget the Biden’s aren’t the only ones with more than a little to worry about when it comes to ties to corrupt officials in the Ukrainian government.
The Department of Homeland Security is ending the policy known as “catch and release” next week, as announced by Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan on Monday, Sept. 23, at a Council on Foreign Relations event in Washington.
Let’s talk about Senator Mike Lee’s senate Bill S. 386, the so-called Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act of 2019. The reason I stipulate so-called, is because it has nothing to do with fairness and little to do with high-skilled.
H.R.-1044 is the companion bill to Senate Bill S. 386
On September 22, President Donald Trump will appear at a political rally for India’s Prime Minister Modi in Houston, Texas, amid the growing push by business lobbies to raise the inflow of H-1B visa workers from India.
When the ruling Elites sense their control of the populace is waning, they seek to regain full control by the imposition of a strict Orthodoxy, enforced by an Inquisition. We are living in just such an era. Everywhere we turn, a New Orthodoxy reigns. Dissent is blasphemy, and any narratives outside the approved Orthodoxy are heretical and subject to suppression and punishment.
In the entire recorded history of the state, a hurricane has never made landfall in California. If such a thing actually happened, it would be considered an extremely unusual event.
The campaign that nobody asked for has finally come to an end.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has ended his bid for the 2020 Democratic nomination.
The Environmental Protection Agency will issue a violation notice within a week to San Francisco due to the city’s homelessness crisis, President Donald Trump said on Sept. 18.
“It’s a terrible situation. That’s in Los Angeles and in San Francisco,” the president said aboard Air Force One returning from a visit to California. “And we’re going to be giving San Francisco—they’re in total violation—we’re going to be giving them a notice very soon.”
Here’s a little problem that needs solving. Let’s see how perceptive you are.
It involves some pipes, a carafe of coffee and 4 cups.
The question is, “Which cup gets coffee first?”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasted House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler last week over his ‘Moby Dick’-like obsession with impeaching President Trump – days before Trump’s 2016 campaign manager Corey Lewandowski wiped the floor with Congressional Democrats during a contentious five-hour hearing on Tuesday in front of Nadler’s panel.