The OIG report found that Mayorkas “intervened in the adjudicative process in unprecedented ways to the stakeholders’ benefit.”
Thomas: “We must get relationships back into our party politics. We will fail if we do not. We must learn to accept that there are differences of opinion. This by no means dictates that you accept the other point of view, but you must respect the individual. Just like you, they too felt a love for our country strong enough to get involved, and that is too valuable a resource for our party to be thrown away.”
America, wake up. This isn’t the President sleeping with the staff or Frank Underwood philandering with a reporter. This is the Secretary of State, who on her watch, saw 4 Americans die in an embassy that she did not appropriate enough funds to protect.
By John Kwapisz Republicans unfairly took the brunt of the blame – thanks in no small part to a Democrat-abetting media – when the gears of the federal government ground to a halt over budgetary discord for 16 days in October 2013. Some two years later, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) faces a […]
The paper’s Sunday’s editorial is nothing more than a tacit admission that liberals have lost the argument over Medicaid expansion, but lack the good grace to concede.
“You’ll never know you’re being investigated.”