A suicide bomber struck a crowded mosque inside a police compound in Pakistan on Monday ... read more
In just over one month, the Conservative Political Action Coalition is set to hold a large gathering of influential Republicans at its annual conference near Washington, DC. Dozens of GOP members of Congress are likely to attend, if previous years offer any indication, and the conference's chief organizer " American Conservative Union Chair Matt Schlapp " has already begun to roll out scheduled speakers. That's despite Schlapp being the subject of a $9.4 million lawsuit: a man who worked as a mid-level staffer on Herschel Walker's Senate campaign has accused Schlapp of sexually assaulting him after a night of drinking in October, as first reported by The Daily Beast. "I will never forget the look on Matt's face as he did what he did," the staffer told Insider in a recent interview, describing Schlapp's "smug look of satisfaction" as he allegedly groped and fondled the man's genital area at length. "That's something that will be burned into my mind for the rest of my days."
"Remember in Helsinki when a 3rd rate reporter asked me, essentially, who I trusted more, President Putin of Russia, or our 'Intelligence' lowlifes. My instinct at the time was that we had really bad people in the form of James Comey, McCabe (whose wife was being helped out by Crooked Hillary while Crooked was under investigation!), Brennan, Peter Strzok (whose wife is at the SEC) & his lover, Lisa Page. Now add McGonigal & other slime to the list. Who would you choose, Putin or these Misfits?"
Since the group began in October 2021 it has openly embraced Nazi ideology and promoted white supremacy, while proudly discouraging parents from letting their white children play with or have any contact with people of any other race. read more
The Republican chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee said Sunday he agreed with a statement that suggested the U.S. could be at war with China in 2025 " but the top Democrat on the House Armed Services Committee pushed back. "I hope he's wrong as well. I think he's right, though, unfortunately," Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) said Sunday on "Fox News Sunday," in reference to a U.S. Air Force general who reportedly predicted war with China.