Month: March 2018

Arizona court to hear arguments on immigrant tuition case

PHOENIX (AP) – The Arizona Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether young immigrants granted deferred deportation status under a program started by former President Barack Obama are eligible for lower in-state college tuition. The hearing is set fo…

A rarity: N Carolina county has armed officer in each school

NAGS HEAD, N.C. (AP) – School resource officer Shane Allen walked down the hallway of Nags Head Elementary School and saw a lone student with a slight limp coming toward him. “Eli, what did you do?” he asked him. The boy explained he had fallen in math…

Trump dined with Hannity at Mar-a-Lago: report

President Trump reportedly dined with Fox News personality Sean Hannity at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida this weekend.CNN reporter Oliver Darcy tweeted that sources had said the president had dined with Hannity…

Reject the Diversity Mandate

Heather Mac Donald, City JournalWhatever his Interior secretary actually said, President Trump should make clear his administration’s commitment to colorblind merit.

McCaskill’s Missed Opportunity in Missouri

Emily Jashinsky, Washington ExaminerSign up for In Our Opinion commentary SUBMIT Hillary Clinton continues to haunt the Missouri Senate race.Republicans this month pounced on incumbent Democrat Claire McCaskill, an early and enthusiastic backer of Cli…

Why Sessions Declined to Appoint a Special Counsel — for Now

Thomas Lifson, ATA lot of conservatives are upset that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has declinedfor now to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate claims of FBI abuses in surveilling the Trump campaign, and in declining to investigate the Uraniu…