A Judge’s Order Poses Potential Challenges for Trump

Federal Judge Aileen Cannon recently issued an order clarifying the rules for handling classified information in former President Donald Trump’s ongoing legal battle about government documents found in his Mar-a-Lago estate, and some see it as a clear indication that Trump will be losing this case. The Charges In June, Donald Trump found himself facing … Read more

Florida Churches Defy State Curriculum with Unfiltered Lessons on Black History

Black churches and congregations in Florida now offer versions of Black history education that do not follow state-imposed guidelines. This comes in response to recent changes in Florida’s educational curriculum for K-12 students, which has sparked controversy and criticism. Changing Curriculum Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, a Republican and a 2024 presidential candidate, faced backlash after … Read more

Biden Interview Raises Questions About Classified Documents Handling

Special counsel Robert Hur has voluntarily interviewed President Joe Biden in connection with an ongoing investigation regarding handling classified documents. This development may suggest that the investigation is nearing its conclusion. However, the key details revealed in this interview highlight the differences between this case and former President Trump’s similar situation. President Biden’s Interview The … Read more

Biden Takes Action Against Mexican Cartel Led by El Chapo’s Sons, Disrupting Fentanyl Production

The leading Mexican fentanyl exporter to the US has sent a clear order to its cartel members to stop moving opioids into America. This decision comes from the cartel known as Los Chapitos is concerned about the increased law enforcement pressures and the future arrests of its top leaders. Los Chapitos The message to stop … Read more

New Study Reveals Risks of Synthetic Food Coloring on Children, Prompting Calls for FDA to Consider Federal Ban

The recent ban on synthetic food coloring Red No. 3 in California has ignited a fresh wave of pressure on the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take similar action nationwide. California became the first state to prohibit Red No. 3, a move that public health advocates hope will prompt the FDA to reconsider its … Read more

U.S. Taxpayers Compensate Asylum Seekers Separated from Children During Trump’s Crackdown

Lawyers representing thousands of families separated at the southern border during a Trump administration crackdown have reached a settlement with the federal government that enables the migrants to remain in the United States and apply for asylum, putting them on the path to permanent legal residency. Separations The agreement, filed on Monday in federal court … Read more

Trump’s Legal Challenges Face Critical Moment as Supreme Court Weighs Constitutional Eligibility

Legal experts are debating the relevance of Section 3 of the 14th Amendment, which disqualifies people involved in insurrection from holding office. Some believe it could mean the disqualification of former President Trump from running for office. A New Law Following the Civil War, the United States changed the 14th Amendment, which contained Section 3 … Read more

“A Disgusting Insinuation” – Trump’s Legal Team Get Defensive About Loophole to Raise Funds for “Save America”

Trump’s team defend the way they are raising money for the ‘Save America’ campaign as it spends money like water.  Losing Money Former President and WWE feature wrestler Donald Trump has a PAC (Political Action Committee) that is losing money faster than the secret service runs out of camera footage when cocaine is found in … Read more

We Got Your Back: Ukraine Receives Fighter Jets From Denmark and the Netherlands in Move to Take Back Ground From Russia

During surprise visits by President Volodymyr Zelenskiy,  Denmark and the Netherlands have pledged their support to Ukraine by providing F-16 fighter jets, marking a significant stride in equipping Ukraine with advanced weaponry to counter Russia’s invasion. Coming From the United States Both Denmark and the Netherlands, members of the NATO alliance, have gained the necessary … Read more