Month: March 2018

Supreme Court won’t upend Arizona licenses for immigrants

WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court is rejecting Arizona’s plea to stop issuing driver’s licenses to young immigrants known as “Dreamers” who are protected from deportation. The justices did not comment Monday in leaving in place an appeals’ court deci…

Poll: 60 Percent Say National Policy Being Driven by Deep State

A strong majority of Americans – even split down party lines – believe that unelected officials, the Deep State, are manipulating national policy, according to the latest Monmouth University poll.

Democrat suggests ‘Second Amendment’ remedy vs. Trump

A New York Democratic congressman is being accused of promoting violence against President Trump after suggesting during a townhall that citizens may have to take up arms against the president if he doesn’t follow the law.

Chuck Grassley: Donald Trump should renegotiate with China with caution

Sen. Charles E. Grassley said Monday that President Trump should renegotiate trade with China, but should do so carefully. “The extent to which the president wants us to get a better deal from China, or from any other country, I think we ought to welco…

Axios: Mueller Focusing on Obstruction, Not Collusion

Special counsel Robert Mueller has focused on events since the election, not during the campaign, in his dealings with President Donald Trump’s lawyers, indicating that his focus is on obstruction of justice…