House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ruling out impeaching President Donald Trump, arguing in an interview with the Washington Post Monday that “he’s just not worth it.”
“Impeachment is so divisive to the country that unless there’s something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan, I don’t think we should go down that path, because it divides the country. And he’s just not worth it,” Pelosi told the Post.
The last minute stipulations slipped into last month’s border-funding bill have reduced federal immigration authorities into a busing service.
Local media reports out of Phoenix, Arizona last week reveal that federal immigration officials continue to release border crossers into the U.S. while they await their asylum hearings. Many have an 88 percent chance of never being repatriated.
I left the office on Thursday afternoon and when I got home the lights were out. I stopped by one of my neighbor’s apartment and we had a few beers while we waited for the power to come back on. Three days later, we still have no water, no electricity, no food, no cash and no explanations (or help whatsoever) from the authorities.
President Donald Trump’s $8.6 billion request for border-wall construction in 2020 should be denied, and the funds should be redirected to schools and “rebuilding America,” say top Democratic leaders.
President Trump ought to be in Michigan, Ohio, and Maryland standing with laid off American workers at General Motors (GM) rather than meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook at the White House, Ryan Girdusky says.
During an exclusive interview with SiriusXM, Girdusky said Trump must stand with GM workers who are being laid off in Michigan instead of meeting with corporate CEO’s to demand the U.S. import more foreign workers to compete against Americans.
The rich are fleeing high-tax New York but are being pursued by tax authorities who are going after every penny possible.
The state is in the midst of a $2 billion budget crisis and even those who are trying to leave find themselves the subject of intrusive audits.
Yesterday morning, as I was preparing to upload a narration, I discovered my channel had been permanently suspended for, repeated or severe violations of Community Guidelines. Specifically, spam, scams and commercially deceptive content.
After I appealed, it was reinstated a few hours later. No explanation. No apology. Just a brief email stating: After a review of your account, we have confirmed that your YouTube account is not in violation of our Terms of Service. As such, we have un-suspended your account. This means your account is once again active and operational.