The Real Obstructionists

History

Following the horrific attack on the Benghazi Embassy in Libya on September 11, 2012, an investigation into the communications which transpired between the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and the key figures involved, led to the revelation that Secretary Clinton was not using her government-sanctioned email account. There were no government-regulated backups of her correspondence, […]

The ABCs of Why We Needed Trump

History Opinion

Warning: Trump is hazardous to your health. Consumption of YUGE doses of his policies may prove harmful to your welfare programs and have been found to produce economic growth, employment opportunities for minority groups, reduction in food stamps recipients, and a general expectation of greatness. The Main Swamp Media would have you believe that the […]

The Path to Benghazi

Hearings and Investigations History

The Path to Benghazi, Libya July 25, 2012 — Taliban fighters in Kunar province Afghanistan successfully targeted a U.S. Army CH-47 helicopter with a new generation Stinger missile. It wasn’t properly armed but still managed to down the copter. In the debris, a serial number was found which could be traced back to a munitions […]

Lawsuit Seeks To Expose Epstein’s Child Rape Ring Involving ‘Prominent US Politicians.. World Leaders’

Hearings and Investigations

from: www.renegadetribune.com September 3, 2018 The long-awaited trial could potentially reveal more secrets of Epstein’s alleged sex rings, including the possible involvement of high profile politicians, celebrities, and royalty. A lawsuit against convicted sex offender and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein is scheduled to begin December 4th in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. If the trial is not further delayed or […]

Freedom From The Press

Opinion

August 22, 2018 Just some quick and easy common sense here. “Freedom of the Press” means journalists can freely report on the news of the community, nation, world without prejudice. This means that, barring their broking a law such as entering a place without permission or violating the safety of individuals, journalists are allowed to […]