President Donald John Trump, the 45th President of the United States, addresses the world after being sworn in on January 20th, 2017.
When it comes to the almighty advertising dollar, the real truth about who is the most popular presidential candidate will often surface in something as trivial as a disparaging joke produced by a broadcasting company.read more
The recent demise of the Dallas Morning News, which was once one of the 20 largest paid newspaper circulations in the United States and which boasted nine Pulitzer awards, should come as no surprise to anyone with any brain cells still functioning because the whole nation has been witness to the demise of many of idiots who have foolishly attacked Trump.read more
Moronic and violent protests shook the city of Charlotte, North Carolina, overnight and into the early morning after a black criminal was justifiably shot dead by police Tuesday night.read more
Arguably, many people who think they know everything there is to know about Trump, either love, hate or envy Donald, however regardless of how anyone feels towards Trump, very few people truly understand what it is like to walk one day in his shoes.read more
Our moron political hacks have screwed up big time by mistakenly granting citizenship to at least 858 terrorists from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud who had pending deportation orders, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.read more
Really? Personally I find it hard to believe that even the most ignorant liberal on the face of this planet would ever believe that if God forbid, Crooked Hillary becomes our next POTUS, that the Clinton’s will find Jesus and become law abiding God fearing US citizens.read more
When confirmed, Abid Riaz Qureshi will sit on the District of Columbia’s federal bench, the White House announced Tuesday. Qureshi, who graduated Harvard Law School in 1997, is a partner in the D.C. office of Latham & Watkins LLP, specializing in healthcare fraud, securities violations, and cases involving the False Claims Act, according to a White House statement.read more