Why Mueller couldn’t be a savior

Why Mueller couldn’t be a savior

The Left is now brokenhearted, but Robert Mueller “was never going to solve our national political crisis,” said Frank Bowman. Despite how liberals idealized the special counsel as a superhero, it was highly unlikely that Mueller could find such damning proof of conspiracy between Trump and the Russians that even Continue Reading

Kushner:Special consideration

Kushner:Special consideration

President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was among the 25 White House officials granted security clearances after their applications were initially denied, the House Oversight Committee said this week. That’s based on testimony from Tricia Newbold, an 18-year White House security specialist who said she approached Congress because “this is my Continue Reading

A refugee in Congress

A refugee in Congress

Ilhan Omar wasn’t fazed by her rough few first months as a congresswoman, said Benjamin Wallace-Wells in The New Yorker. The outspoken Minnesota Democrat was widely criticized by both Republicans and Democrats for comments about congressional support for Israel, but she’s accustomed to adversity: She was a child in Somalia Continue Reading

Saudi Arabian officials against Jeff Bezos

Saudi Arabian officials against Jeff Bezos

Saudi Arabian officials seeking to retaliate against Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos hacked his phone “and gained private information,” Bezos’ security adviser Gavin De Becker asserted last week. The Saudis have allegedly sought to harm Bezos since last October, when The Washington Post, which Bezos owns, began aggressively investigating the role Continue Reading

nuclear fallout?

nuclear fallout?

Amid great rhetoric, the Us and north Korean leaders travelled a long way to their second summit, and despite their ‘mysterious chemistry,’ the leaders left empty-handed with the two sides pointing fingers at each other. What now for the nuclear negotiations? it appears that when arguably the world’s two most Continue Reading