President Trump Facing Congressional Censure

The House will vote Tuesday evening A resolution condemning what Democrats say were “racist, sexist and xenophobic” tweets made by President Trump regarding four Congresswomen will come the House floor later tonight. The drama unfolded after an early morning series of tweets made by the

ICE Raids to Begin on Sunday

President Trump confirmed the raids on Friday Moments after speaking to the press regarding the resignation of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, President Trump confirmed the previously cancelled raids were set for Sunday, July 14th. The raids themselves are nothing new. President Trump announced last month

alex acosta resigns as labor secretary

Alex Acosta Resigns as Labor Secretary

The news comes after days of Democrats demanding he resign. And he would have gotten away with it to if it weren’t for that pesky media! Or would he? It’s been a long week for Labor Secretary Acosta. With the recent arrest of billionaire Jeffrey

Presidential Election 2020 – Part 1

We’re a little late to the game but better late than never. Part of the reason was the hope that sensibility would prevail and the primaries would not continue to be inundated with candidates. However, much like the last time America went to the polls

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Amy McGrath Raises $2.5 Million in 24 Hours

The race is on and McGrath is starting strong! McGrath, a retired marine fighter pilot, announced Tuesday she would challenge current Kentucky senator Mitch McConnell for his seat. McConnell is also the current Senate Majority leader. Within five hours of her announcement the campaign had

Russia Shows Off “Doomsday” Torpedo

Just days after a summit between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump, Russia shows off its newest weapon. The high-speed nuclear-powered torpedo isn’t like other nuclear weapons. Though there is a risk of radioactivity any time an atom is split, nuclear weapons have typically used nuclear

West Point Makes History

West Point has appointed its first African-American superintendent. On Monday morning, Lt. Gen. Darryl A. Williams kicked off his first day as the academy’s 60th superintendent with an assumption of command ceremony. He succeeds Lt. Gen. Robert L. Caslen, who had held the position since 2013.