The president's next federal budget proposal may have a suprise tucked inside: making funding for construction of the border wall mandatory.
You might get the notices in your mail: a law firm asking you to join a class action lawsuit against a company with the promise you will be paid damages if the suit is successful. Unfortunately, many of those lawsuits don't give plaintiffs much at all in the way of payment. Rather, the bulk of a setttlement goes to the lawyers, or other groups you probably never heard of.
In an interview with Axios that will appear on HBO, the president said he "plans to sign an executive order that would remove the right to citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorized immigrants born on U.S. soil."
With talk in Republican circles about an additional push for tax cuts, there is still little to no official interest in addressing Washington's very big problem: spending. The most recent federal fiscal year showed the deficit totalling more than $750 billion.
The congressional mid-term eletions are rapidly approaching, and in many states, residents are already casting ballots. What do those early numbers tell us?
The president said he would pull the United States out of a nuclear arms treaty signed with the then-Soviet Union in 1987. The reason: the Russians are not complying with the treaty's terms:
The president is showing signs he's ready to bring some fiscal restraint to federal spending.
Cronyism is alive and well in the DC swamp. How do we know? look no further than the federal government's decision to increase the amount of ethanol mandated to be blended into gasoline.
Democrats have not given up trying to destroy Justice Brett Kavanaugh.