Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has a dismal approval rating of 18 percent in Kentucky, according to a Public Policy Polling survey released Monday. McConnell has drawn criticism for his handling of the GOP healthcare bill, which failed in the Senate last month after three GOP senators voted it down, and President Donald Trump has repeatedly dinged the lawmaker for his failure to push the GOP’s major legislative items through. According to The New York Times, the two men have not spoken to each other in weeks.
PHOENIX – Authorities have deployed safety tactics an an effort to disperse crowds in downtown Phoenix after President Donald Trump’s rally concluded. Video and photos showed authorities discharging pepper balls and tear gas toward crowds, along with the sounds of large noises, possibly flash bangs.
Alt-left agitators are planning to stage mass riots in major cities on November 4 during which they hope to instigate a “civil war” that will lead to the “regime change” of the Trump administration.
Nearly half of voters feel that the media is actively trying to block President Donald Trump from passing his agenda — a stark contrast to how voters felt in the Obama years.
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Judge Roy Moore appears to be steamrolling his way to the U.S. Senate, having finished No. 1 among several candidates for the Republican nomination, beating President Trump’s endorsed candidate Luther Strange who he will face in a Sept. 26 runoff. Moore is outpolling the establishment Republican pick 51-32, picking up the votes cast for others by a 2-1 ratio.
With just five days to go until the first game of the 2017 college football season, we officially have our final set of preseason rankings and now know that the most anticipated game of the offseason will feature No. 1 Alabama against No. 3 Florida State on Saturday, Sept. 2 in Atlanta.
President Trump is pictured looking out over a Guam graveyard cluttered with crosses in a photoshopped image from the newest propaganda film — and grim warning — from North Korea. But the picture of a graveyard believed to be in Guam may be the most rattling in the video, given dictator Kim Jong Un’s repeated threats to strike the U.S. territory with a missile. The video also features Vice President Pence engulfed in flames.
WASHINGTON – The push to make children comfortable with transgenderism has reached disturbing new depths, with a California school promoting it to kindergartners by having a 5-year-old boy undergo a “transition ceremony” in front of classmates. The boy left his classroom at Rocklin Academy Schools in Rocklin dressed as a boy then returned dressed as a girl. KTXL-TV, a Fox affiliate in Sacramento, reported two books written specifically for young children were read in the class “to illustrate what it means to be transgender.”
Donald Trump’s top aides are pushing him to protect young people brought into the country illegally as children — and then use the issue as a bargaining chip for a larger immigration deal — despite the president’s campaign vow to deport so-called Dreamers. The White House officials want Trump to strike an ambitious deal with Congress that offers Dreamers protection in exchange for legislation that pays for a border wall and more detention facilities, curbs legal immigration and implements E-verify, an online system that allows businesses to check immigration status, according to a half-dozen people familiar with situation, most involved with the negotiations.
All told, they have a net worth of $513 billion. Good thing, because space ventures such as rocket launches can involve stratospheric expenses. Bezos, the world’s second richest man, is funding rocket company Blue Origin to the tune of $1 billion a year. Branson’s Virgin Galactic has spent more than $600 million to help get commercial passenger flights into suborbital space by the end of 2018.
“The Phoenix police is always professional and the FBI and Department of Homeland Security have been great about coordinating with local law enforcement,” former Arizona GOP Chairman Robert Graham told The Hill. Charlottesville isn’t the only reason to think the Phoenix rally could be combustible. The president has mused publicly about pardoning Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff of Maricopa County, Ariz., and an early Trump supporter who was found guilty in a Justice Department investigation of racially profiling Latinos. Arpaio was found guilty of contempt of court after he continued the practices. Democrats are warning that a public pardon at a campaign rally would stoke racial tensions at a time when the nation is on edge.
Police arrested a suspected car thief after the solar eclipse distracted him in Kissimmee, Fla. Monday. Orange County police officers arrested Jocsan Feliciano Rosado, 22-year-old man, as he viewed the solar eclipse from a parking lot next to a stolen car, reported Fox 5 Monday. Rosado allegedly stole the car and led the Orange County Sheriff’s Office on a chase before parking in a Harbor Freight tool store parking lot. Rosado was wearing a welder’s mask with blue flames when officers surprised the grand theft astronomy enthusiast thief standing outside the parked stolen car.