Monday, April 15, 2024


Schools Sue to Stop Ice from Deporting Foreign Students

Johns Hopkins University has filed a lawsuit seeking to block the Trump administration's decision to make international students leave the U.S. if they intend to take classes entirely online starting this fall.

UPDATED: US Carries Out 1st Federal Execution in Nearly 2 Decades

UPDATE VIA AP: The U.S. government on Tuesday carried out the first federal execution in almost two decades, putting to death a man who was convicted of killing an Arkansas family in a 1990s plot to build a whites-only nation in the Pacific Northwest. The execution came over the...

After Court Losses, Texas GOP Considers Online Convention

The Republican Party of Texas said Monday it would consider moving its convention online after several courts refused to force Houston to allow in-person events the city canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Former Acting DHS Chief Admits Sabotaging Trump’s DACA Policy

In a Saturday New York Times interview, the former head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security admitted to undermining President Donald Trump’s DACA policy because it conflicted with her own immigration beliefs.

St. Louis Seizes Rifle from Patriot McCloskeys

St. Louis police officers on Friday seized the rifle that Mark McCloskey used on June 28 to keep "300 to 500" trespassers from harming his family and property, KSDK reported.

Trump Commutes Sentence for ‘Unfairly Treated’ Roger Stone

President Donald Trump hinted on Friday that he is “looking at” pardoning conservative impresario Roger Stone as early as Friday evening.

Rep. Al Green Vows to Fast-Track Court Cases on Trump’s Tax Records

Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, on Thursday vowed to use the legislative chamber to speed up the process for two court cases that would allow President Donald Trump's political opponents to access his tax documents.

Judicial Watch, Daily Caller Sue Univ. of Delaware for Biden’s Secret Records

The conservative legal bulldog Judicial Watch is suing the University of Delaware for former Vice President Joe Biden’s U.S. Senate records.

SCOTUS Ruling on ‘Faithless Electors’ May Aid Dems’ Bid to Eliminate Electoral College

(Liberty Headlines) Embittered by their belief---albeit disputed---that Hillary Clinton won the 2016 popular vote by roughly 2.8 million more total ballots, blue states have pushed recently to abolish the Electoral College, which serves as the last backstop between direct democracy and the presidency. Several left-wing state legislatures have passed the...

Sen. Ted Cruz Wants Twitter Investigated for Violating Sanctions Against Iran

'When a company willfully and openly violates the law after receiving formal notice... the federal government should take action...' (Michael Barnes, Liberty Headlines) Sen. Ted Cruz wants Twitter investigated for violating sanctions against the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism. The Texas Republican sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr and...

Disgraced Dem. Ex-Congressman Likely Ringleader in Philly Ballot-Stuffing Scandal

'Money talks in this business and bulls**t walks...' (Michael Barnes, Liberty Headlines) Who is campaign “Consultant No. 1”? That’s a question many have been asking since the U.S. Department of Justice announced election fraud charges against a top Philadelphia election supervisor last week. As judge of elections, Domenick DeMuro was supposed to...

UPDATED: Is Mueller Deputy/Hoax Conspirator Weissmann Banking on Pardon from Quid-Pro-Joe?

'It doesn’t get any swampier than this...' UPDATE: Breitbart reports that Joe Biden has cancelled plans to hold an online fundraiser by Mueller investigation prosecutor Andrew Weissmann. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: (Ben Sellers, Liberty Headlines) Andrew Weissmann---the ex-deep-state operative who leapfrogged from being a Justice Department investigator, to Mueller's sidekick, to Trump-bashing MSNBC...
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