Rosie O’Donnell, once-upon-a-time comedian, is pushing a new game for the hate-President Donald Trump crowd — a video chance to push him off a cartoon-like cliff.
On Wednesday the Office of Special Council ruled the US Postal Service broke the law when they allowed workers to campaign for Hillary Clinton during work hours on the taxpayer dime.
Evergreen Student Told She’s ‘Not Allowed to Speak Because She’s White,’ Ordered to ‘Stand in the Back’
Evergreen State College student Mackenzie Kyger says she was not allowed to speak at “several meetings” with students and staff “because she’s white.”
Questions continue to mount about the strange shooting death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond at the hands of a Minnesota cop.
New legislation there bans kids from attending public schools unless they bow down to the almighty state, allowing poisonous toxins to be injected in their bodies through mandatory vaccinations. Meanwhile, the same legislative body is now preparing legislation to prohibit law enforcement against illegal aliens who commit crimes.
A provocative satanic monument approved for a city-run veterans’ park in Minnesota has elicited strong opposition from local Christians and other groups who say the offensive object has no business in a public park.
Infowars.com has obtained a copy of the Washington Metropolitan D.C. Police Department report regarding the FBI vehicle burglarized on July 10, 2016, making it clear the incident was unrelated to the Seth Rich murder case, but also revealing that after WikiLeaks began publishing the DNC emails on July 22, the FBI changed the time of the vehicle break-in and weapons theft to a time before Seth Rich was killed on July 10, so as to link the two events and suggest his killers were the burglars who stole the FBI weapons from the car.
The University of California, Berkeley announced Monday that its student health insurance will cover hair electrolysis and fertility preservation, in addition to other services.
Donald Trump pledged Tuesday morning that the nation will eventually have a working substitute for the teetering Obamacare system, hours after a prohibitive number of Republican senators withdrew from a plan to replace it.
The Trump administration is expected to ratchet up pressure on Iran with a slew of new sanctions targeting the Islamic Republic’s illicit ballistic missile program and regional support for terrorism as the landmark Iranian nuclear deal hits its two-year anniversary, according to senior U.S. officials who deemed Iran in violation of the agreement’s “spirit.”
After halting a suicidal plan to provide endless, no-cost “universal” health care to everyone — including undocumented non-citizens — Collapsifornia lawmakers are now receiving death threats from voters who are incredibly angry that the “gubment” won’t give them more free stuff. Those voters have essentially decided to start issuing death threats to certain California lawmakers who refuse to spend the state into fiscal oblivion.
The National Institutes of Health is spending nearly $400,000 testing how to insert subliminal messages against cigarette smoking in video games played by teens.
Sunday on “CBS Sunday Morning,” former Vice President Al Gore said President Donald Trump was spending every day writing “another set of tweets” and they’re not getting anything done.
The man who infiltrated one of the largest Muslim organizations in the U.S. claims the nation is at war with Islam, but Americans refuse to recognize that fact.
University of Kentucky now indoctrinating high school students into GMO agriculture with “Ag Biotech Day”
As people become increasingly attuned to the dangers posed by GMOs, Big Ag is trying to stem its losses through PR campaigns. Now they’ve taken to preying on young people, whose impressionable minds they are hoping to mold into future proponents of their dangerous products.
Work on the first section of the Trump border wall was started on federally-owned land in South Texas, according to a media report.
While many laws target domestic abusers some were enacted to remove private party sales by making a background check mandatory. Louisiana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Dakota, Tennessee and Utah all passed new […]
At his presidential library in Dallas on Thursday, George W. Bush sat for an hour with his predecessor, Bill Clinton, and tried to convey the depths of their friendship.
That’s what researchers from Princeton University, the University of Chicago and the University of Rochester seem to be saying in a recent white paper. These scholars observe that between the years 2000 and 2015, young men (defined throughout the research as ages 21 to 30) have been working less. And they’re filling the majority of their extra free time looking at a screen, playing video games.
The Democrats’ “Great Freshman Hope,” Sen. Kamala Harris, is heading to the Hamptons to meet with Hillary Clinton’s biggest backers.