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Donald Trump Announces Decision to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

Donald Trump Announces Decision to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

By Charles Spiering President Donald Trump announced Friday a plan to end the partial government shutdown, by temporarily caving to Democrat demands to reopen the government. Trump agreed to reopen the government for three weeks while negotiations continued — with no apparent wall funding concessions from Democrats. The president warned that if Congress could not […]

Opinion: Toxic Politics From What America Needs — A Secure Border

Opinion: Toxic Politics From What America Needs — A Secure Border

Hadley Heath Manning | Independent Women’s Forum . The government shutdown, now in week four, has millions of Americans scratching heads in frustration and wondering why our elected leaders cannot find a compromise. But we shouldn’t be surprised that President Trump is making border security a priority. After all, he ran on a platform of […]

Exclusive–Paul Gosar: Tie Wall Funding to Schumer’s Infrastructure Plan

Exclusive–Paul Gosar: Tie Wall Funding to Schumer’s Infrastructure Plan

By John Binder Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) says the House and Senate Republicans, as well as President Trump, ought to tie $25 billion in border wall funding to Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) infrastructure plan. In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Daily, Gosar said the GOP should hinge a massive, $29 billion New York […]

How to Keep Your Information Safe When Online Banking

How to Keep Your Information Safe When Online Banking

    usnews How to Keep Your Information Safe When Online Banking THINK ABOUT THE LAST time you wrote an actual check or went to your local bank branch. According to a 2018 FIS Global Consumer Banking report, 72 percent of bank interactions are now done via mobile and online rather than at your local branch. This shift […]

Supremes Deal Victory For Trump, Uphold Travel Ban

Supremes Deal Victory For Trump, Uphold Travel Ban

Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter   A five-justice majority of the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel sanctions Tuesday. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the Court’s opinion, joined by Justices Anthony Kennedy, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, and Neil Gorsuch. “The president has lawfully exercised the broad discretion granted to him […]

Our Paranoid Society is too Hard on Kids — and on Parents

Our Paranoid Society is too Hard on Kids — and on Parents

. By Thomas L. Knapp In the latest sign that America has gone stark-raving nuts at the expense of its parents and children, the Rochester, New York Democrat & Chronicle reports that a “mother faces child endangerment charges for letting her 10-year-old hang out in a Lego Store while she shopped elsewhere” in the same […]

Mourn on the Fourth of July, 2017

Mourn on the Fourth of July, 2017

. By Thomas L. Knapp I visited Washington, DC for the first time in 1980. I was 13. Jimmy Carter was the president. My family only had one day to see the sights. As I remember it, we went through what seemed a somewhat sketchy  neighborhood (I was a country boy, so it may have […]

Airbnb Updates Security

Airbnb Updates Security

By Jennifer Felten Airbnb has been in the news lately, but not for good reasons.  Criminals have started hacking the accounts of highly rated Airbnb users.  They then are able to conduct a short-term lease on properties using someone else’s account.  While they are in the unit, they rob the place.  Other criminals have taken […]

Trump’s Security Tab: A Good Case for Separation of Church and State

Trump’s Security Tab: A Good Case for Separation of Church and State

. By Thomas L. Knapp Palm Beach County, Florida Commissioner Dave Kerner wants to tax a resort. Nothing unusual about that — politicians love to mug tourists in the name of “economic development” —  except that the resort in question is Mar-a-Lago, US president Donald Trump’s private club and preferred getaway spot when he tires […]

Simi Valley Police Advise: Lock It Or Lose It, Sound Familiar?

Simi Valley Police Advise: Lock It Or Lose It, Sound Familiar?

The Simi Valley Police Department would like to remind the community taking preventive steps can reduce your chances of becoming a crime victim. Before leaving for a hike in the hills or the gym always remember that would-be thieves are watching to see if you are removing or hiding your valuables before leaving your vehicle. […]