Congressman Mike Kelly (R-PA) argues that President Obama stuck around in D.C. so that he could run a “shadow government” in an effort to undermine the Trump administration.
As the liberally controlled mainstream media continues down its sophomoric path toward full meltdown, Wikileaks was busy vindicating the President.
The idea of a republican President demanding law and order for the greatest nation on the planet is just too much for some in the liberal world.
As if the 2016 U.S. Presidential election couldn't have gotten any stranger, new claims by Donald J. Trump are seemingly pushing the historical contest into Bizarro World territory.
Former President Barack Obama is far from disappearing from the political landscape of Washington D.C. according to new reports, and his newfound focus will leave many conservatives furious.
President Obama's obsession with transgender rights has thrust the once-fringe sect of society into the national consciousness, along with several ugly truths.
Protesters on the left have turned their right to assemble into a carte blanche excuse for looting, rioting, violence, and ridiculous disorder in the wake of Donald Trump taking over the White House.
The democrats and their rampant corruption continue to dominate headlines, even a month after Obama and much of his administration were kicked to the curb by President Trump.
Iran, who was accustomed to the last U.S. President bending over backwards for them, has finally drawn the ire of an American Commander in Chief.
Before Barack Obama finally, and thankfully left the White House, he spent an inordinate amount of time pushing an asinine conspiracy theory.
Barack Obama has been out of the Oval Office for barely more than a week now, but he's already sticking his nose right back in official White House business.
In former President Obama's last few weeks in office, he presided over the escalating of tensions between the U.S. and Russia in unprecedented ways.