Russia's Supreme Court on Thursday declared Jehovah's Witnesses, a Christian denomination that rejects violence, an extremist organization, banning the group from operating on Russian territory and putting its more than 170,000 Russian worshipers in the same category as Islamic State militants. The ruling, which confirmed an order last month by the Justice Ministry that the denomination be "liquidated" -- essentially eliminated or disbanded, had been widely expected. Russian courts rarely challenge government decisions no matter what the evidence. read more
Offering a stunningly blunt appraisal of the North Korean leader, Jared Kushner said on Tuesday that Kim Jong-un was a "totally unqualified person" who attained his position of power only through nepotism.
"Here you have a guy who has no government experience, and he's in charge of the whole thing," Kushner said, in an interview with Fox News. "It's the craziest thing I've ever heard of." read more
Swanning at Mar-a-Ego or hauling his grotesquely fat ---- around the links, followed by the Secret Service types to whom he rents golf carts. (Flight time from D.C., where he ostensibly "works" to the Treasure Coast not included.) read more
American taxpayers are not only footing the bill for Trump's travel, they are paying him and his company for many of the costs related to it.
America has been conned by the smoothest operator ever to hold the office of president. And the one thing everyone needs to remember about con men is that when the chips are counted, they always come out ahead. read more
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The White House announced Friday that it would cut off public access to visitor logs revealing who is entering the White House complex and which officials they are meeting, breaking with the Obama administration's practice and returning a cloak of secrecy over the basic day-to-day workings of the government. read more