Mexican Border Apprehensions Hit 17-year Low

John Moore/Getty Images by Bob Price12 May 2017Washington, D.C. The arrests of illegal immigrants crossing the southwest border by Border Patrol agents decreased again in April. This is the fifth straight month of decline. The total apprehensions of illegal border crossers hit a 17-year low. The April report, released this week, reveals that apprehensions droppedContinue reading “Mexican Border Apprehensions Hit 17-year Low”

Man jailed for life after pouring paint down his girlfriend’s throat and burning her alive

Man jailed for life after pouring paint down his girlfriend’s throat and burning her alive  

Actor, Trump Supporter Antonio Sabato Jr. Running For Congress in California

Soap opera star and Donald Trump supporter Antonio Sabato Jr. is set to make his own foray into politics with a run for Congress in California.

ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap: No ‘Evidence’ Kaepernick Has Been ‘Blackballed’ by the NFL

Thursday, ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap weighed in on quarterback Colin Kaepernick remaining unsigned as the NFL’s 2017 preseason minicamps approach. “First Take” host Molly Qerim asked Schaap if the free agent quarterback is being “blackballed” by NFL owners and that is why he continues to be without a team, but Schaap said he has not seen any evidenceContinue reading “ESPN’s Jeremy Schaap: No ‘Evidence’ Kaepernick Has Been ‘Blackballed’ by the NFL”

Bitcoin Crosses $1,800 for the First Time Adding $3 Billion in Market Cap in just Four Days

Price of bitcoin has soared 81 percent since the start of the year Image Credits: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images. Bitcoin surpassed $1,800 on Thursday to a fresh record high, rising more than $100 in just two days, driven by comments from policy makers and positive noises around the future of the cryptocurrency. The priceContinue reading “Bitcoin Crosses $1,800 for the First Time Adding $3 Billion in Market Cap in just Four Days”

Comey firing could spur new review of Clinton case, immunity deals, ex-agent says

President Trump’s decision to fire James Comey touched off widespread speculation in Washington over what will happen to the FBI’s Russia meddling probe – but the prospect of new leadership at the bureau also could hold implications for the ‘closed’ Hillary Clinton email case. Brian Weidner, a veteran former FBI agent, suggested both the caseContinue reading “Comey firing could spur new review of Clinton case, immunity deals, ex-agent says”

Trump Contradicts White House, Says He Was Going to Fire Comey “Regardless of Recommendation”

resident Donald Trump disputed the White House’s initial account of the events leading up to FBI Director James Comey’s abrupt firing Tuesday, telling NBC’s Lester Holt he sought to get rid of Comey “regardless of recommendation” from the Justice Department. “I was going to fire Comey, my decision,” Trump said in an interview airing ThursdayContinue reading “Trump Contradicts White House, Says He Was Going to Fire Comey “Regardless of Recommendation””

Map of 2016 Electoral College Results Going Up in West Wing

  Map shows 2,623 counties Trump won, compared to Hillary’s 489