I can think of 31 actual national emergencies that haunt the United States... illegal immigration is not one of them.
The bipartisan spending binge is now worse than under Bush and Obama
In an effort to "own the libs," Trump supporters have catered Papa John's pizza to their weddings (to support the Papa after he said sales were dipping because of NFL player protests); smashed their coffee makers (after Keurig pulled its advertising from Sean Hannity's Fox News show) and canceling their Netflix subscriptions (after the streaming service signed a deal with the Obamas). ... Stephen Martin, the owner of Prime Time Sports in Colorado Springs, Colorado, took it a step further, announcing that his store would stop carrying Nike merchandise. The brand's market dominance meant a downturn was inevitable, but the store was hit far harder than Martin expected. This week he announced that after 21 years in business, he will close the doors for good. "Being a sports store without Nike is kind of like being a milk store without milk or a gas station without gas," he told Colorado Springs station KOAA. "How do you do it? They have a monopoly on jerseys."
Lyndon LaRouche, a notorious conspiracy theorist who ran for president eight times -- once from prison -- on platforms asserting that Queen Elizabeth II was a drug dealer and that numerous top government officials were Soviet agents, has died, his political organization confirmed Wednesday. He was 96
The national debt surpassed $22 trillion for the first time on Tuesday, a milestone that experts warned is further proof the country is on an unsustainable financial path that could jeopardize the economic security of every American. The Treasury Department reported the debt hit $22.012 trillion, a jump of more than $30 billion in just this month. read more