Memorial to be held for California officer killed on duty

RIVERSIDE, Calif. (AP) - Members of law enforcement from across the state are expected at a memorial Tuesday for the California Highway Patrol officer killed last week when a motorist he pulled over grabbed a rifle and opened fire.

The public is invited to attend the 10 a.m. service for ...

Gun Restrictions Punish Law-Abiding People

When I was in elementary school, I really hated it when teachers punished the class for the bad behavior of an individual. I wondered what the class was supposed to do to encourage bad actors to change their behavior.

The Insanity of Missouri’s Gun Laws

That 20-year-old who walked into the Springfield, Missouri, Walmart with a rifle did prove a point - that Missouri's gun laws are unholstered and unhinged. Open carry and concealed carry are legal in the state.

Why Joe Biden Won’t Win

The numbers say Joe Biden will be the nominee. They also say he will beat Trump. They're wrong. You should still bet against Biden getting the nomination

Donald Trump tweets pic of Trump Tower in Greenland

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is making light of his own idea of buying Greenland from Denmark, tweeting a doctored photo of Trump Tower looming over a small village in the Arctic territory.

Trump jokes on Twitter, "I promise not to do this to Greenland!"

France ‘digital services tax’ unites Donald Trump, tech giants

An unlikely alliance of President Trump, Amazon and Silicon Valley teamed up Monday to battle a common enemy, France, in a high-stakes fight that carries major consequences for cutting-edge commerce on both sides of the Atlantic.

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative hosted a public hearing in Washington as ...

ISIS undercuts Trump’s push for Afghan peace deal, troop withdrawal

An Islamic State suicide bombing that killed 63 people in Kabul has underscored Afghanistan's violent state even as the Trump administration nears a peace deal with the nation's other major militant group, the Taliban, that could take thousands of U.S. troops out of the country.

Although the Taliban have denied ...

Lyndon LaRouche ‘movement’ eyes 2020 despite his death

Presidential candidates are tearing away at one another on the campaign trail, but all of them have one thing in common: They don't have Lyndon LaRouche to kick around anymore.

The death this year of the perennial presidential candidate ended a quixotic career. LaRouche set the record for consecutive presidential ...

Marianne Williamson floats Department of Peace

New Age guru Marianne Williamson on Monday announced that as president she would create a Department of Peace.

Ms. Williamson, whose offbeat campaign has grabbed voters' attention if not high poll numbers, said a Cabinet-level peace secretary would help end the scourge of violence in the U.S. and across the ...

Inside the Beltway: Democrats sharpen their recession obsession

Oh, beware the "R" word. Right on cue, "recession" is being bandied about by the news media and the Democratic Party ad nauseam, leading the next predictable push against President Trump and his administration. The threat of a "recession" is the new narrative meant to upset voters and undermine the ...

Anthony Scaramucci cashes in on Donald Trump feud

Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, besides engaging in an increasingly nasty Twitter war with President Trump, is renting himself out on video for $100 per hit.

At, you can hire Mr. Scaramucci to record birthday greetings for your Trump-hating friends, help organize your fantasy football league or ...

Payroll tax cut eyed to boost economy

Some White House officials are floating a possible temporary payroll tax cut to help prevent the economy from slowing, as the 2020 election approaches.

While discussions are said to be at an early stage, one White House ally said Monday that officials have discussed the use of revenue collected from ...

Omar says US should reconsider aid to Israel

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) said Monday that U.S. aid to Israel should be tied to its treatment of Palestinians, questioning whether the funds should continue after the country blocked her and Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) f...