TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL SHOOTER IDENTIFIED: Here’s what we know

Santa Fe, Tx — The suspect police say opened fire inside a Texas high school on Friday has been identified as 17 year old Dimitrios Pagourtzis. Authorities say Pagourtzis is responsible for the deaths of at least 10 victims – nine students and one teacher. According to information obtained about Pagourtzis thus far, here’s what we…

FIGHTING FOR THE UNBORN: Trump to revive Reagan era policy that denies federal funding to clinics that promote abortion

Washington, D.C. (AP) — The Trump administration will resurrect a Reagan-era rule that would ban federally funded family planning clinics from discussing abortion with women, or sharing space with abortion providers. The Department of Health and Human Services will announce its proposal Friday, a senior White House official said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity…

POTUS DOUBLES DOWN; Refuses to apologize for M-13 ‘animals’ comment

Washington, D.C. (The Daily Caller) — President Trump is not backing down on his claim that MS-13 gang members are “animals.” Trump caused a stir in the media when he classified members of the ultra-violent gang by using the word during a White House roundtable on sanctuary cities. Some in the press ran with the…

REPORT: Mueller agrees to limited questions in sit down with Trump

Washington, D.C. (The Washington Times) — Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s lawyer, says that special counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to avoid a “fishing” expedition by narrowing the subject of questions in an effort to get the president to submit to an interview with the prosecutor. Mr. Giuliani also says he thinks fired FBI Director James…

BREAKING: Senate confirms Gina Haspel as new CIA director

Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to confirm President Trump’s choice for CIA Director Gina Haspel after weeks of rigorous debate by lawmakers. Haspel was confirmed by a 54-44 vote on the Senate floor. The vote came despite protests by a hand full of senators on the Senate Intelligence Committee, who spoke…

BREAKING: Dems successful in bid to reinstate net neutrality rules

Washington, D.C. (The Daily Caller) — Senators, almost all Democrats, voted 52 to 47 Wednesday for the reinstatement of “net neutrality” rules that were undone by the Federal Communications Commission in December 2017. Democrats already seemed to have the votes to successfully restore the internet regulations, but Republican Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and John Kennedy…

‘OUR RIGHT TO DEFEND OURSELVES IS A BASIC DIGNITY’: FBI releases Pro-2nd Amendment statement warning of importance staying armed

Washington, D.C. (Western Journal) — Active shooter incidents are defined as any incident involving one or more individuals who are actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill those within a populated area — gang or drug-related shootings notwithstanding. There were 50 active shooter incidents in 2016 and 2017 combined, leaving many to question if…

BATTLE FOR THE BORDER: Leaders warn Republicans against immigration vote

Washington, D.C. (The Hill) — Republican leaders warned rank-and-file members Wednesday not to move ahead with a discharge petition to force an immigration vote, saying the effort would effectively hand over power to the Democrats, according to lawmakers who attended the closed-door meeting. “They said it’s a lot better to stick together as team than…