close Video Donald Trump Jr.: There's a one-way, systematic attack on free speech Donald Trump Jr. lashed out at the left, the media and social media platforms for positioning themselves against conservatives and censoring free speech, in a “Tucker Carlson Tonight” interview Tuesday. “Why is the press standing by as the First Amendment erodes?” Tucker Carlson asked Trump Jr. “The majority of the press are now left-wing activists,” Trump Jr. told Carlson. “They are not on the side that is being stymied, they’re not on the side that is being oppressed.” Trump Jr. began the interview by talking about his troubles with Instagram and how many of his followers informed him that social media platforms were censoring their content because of their conservative nature. Video “I can do this because I have a big platform. I have a big soapbox, I can get it out there, but some of the little guys, they … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Jr. lashes out at media, ‘Big Tech’ for silencing conservative speech
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U.S. Donald Trump Jr. Donald Trump Roseanne Barr saw her hit sitcom canceled by ABC Tuesday just hours after the Roseanne star unleashed a series of tweets, which included claiming that a former adviser to President Barack Obama was the result of a relationship between the “Muslim brotherhood & planet of the apes." But before her show was canceled, part of Barr’s Twitter tirade was retweeted by President Donald Trump’s eldest son, Donald Trump Jr. Related: Roseanne' Canceled For 'Abhorrent, Repugnant' Racist Tweet, ABC Says Trump Jr. retweeted two of Barr’s tweets following her false assertion that Chelsea Clinton was married to a nephew of George Soros. “Sorry to have tweeted incorrect info about you!I Please forgive me! By the way, George Soros is a nazi who turned in his fellow Jews 2 be murdered in German concentration camps & stole their wealth-were you aware of that? But, we all make mistakes, right … [Read more...] about Donald Trump Jr. Retweeted Part of Roseanne’s Twitter Rant That Got Her Fired
opinion Melinda Henneberger Opinion columnist Published 7:20 p.m. UTC May 29, 2018 Whenever I hear Donald Trump described as the most pro-life president ever, I think well then, I would not want to meet the runner-up. Pro-lifers, and yes, I am one, do not debate which people are people. Or think of even the most remorseless criminals as less than human. “These are not people,” Trump has said of some of the immigrants being deported. “These are animals." He’s frequently called gang members and school shooters and terrorists animals. (And he reportedly has no patience with animals.) When some people are not people, well, anyone is eligible for demotion from humanity. The president’s 34-year-old son, Eric Trump, recently said this of Democrats: "To me, they're not even people." That our commander in chief so cavalierly writes off whole wings of the human family … [Read more...] about Donald Trump is not ‘the most pro-life president’ ever. He proves it everyday.
U.S. stormy daniels Ryan Costello Congress Pennsylvania Representative Ryan Costello is walking away from his congressional seat, telling CNN he was tired of being hounded about questions pertaining to President Donald Trump. The political moderate, who nabbed a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2014 and again in 2016, said he was fatigued by having to answer for the blustering business mogul's controversial remarks. He would much rather talk about pressing legislative issues, he said in an interview with the cable news station on Saturday. "No matter what I say or do, I feel all I do is answer questions about Donald Trump, rather than health insurance or tax policy," Costello said. "I think it's a very challenging political environment, and when you add on top of that just the demands from a work-family balance, I just felt it was best for me to take stock in my life and have eight months to decide what I'm going to do next, rather than, … [Read more...] about Congressman Cites Stormy Daniels, President Donald Trump in Decision Not to Run for Re-election
U.S. President Donald Trump signed three executive orders Friday aimed at rolling back protections for federal workers and changing how their time is used for union activities. The actions are a follow through on a promise made by Trump during his State of the Union address. “[Congress should] empower every Cabinet secretary with the authority to reward good workers and to remove federal employees who undermine the public trust or fail the American people,” Trump said during the speech. One effect of the orders is to streamline the ability for workers to be fired. The orders cut down on the amount of time workers can spend on probation to improve their work from 120 days in some cases to 30 days. Performance will also be valued over seniority in the case of potential layoffs. The orders also aim to promote firings over suspensions, according to USA Today. Recommended Slideshows 51 50 Highest Paying Jobs in the United States 51 50 Best-Selling Albums in U.S. … [Read more...] about How Do Donald Trump’s New Executive Orders Affect Federal Workers?