Supreme Court Reinstates Trump Travel Ban from Muslim-Majority Countries

The Supreme Court of the United States announced Monday that it will review the lower court injunctions blocking enforcement of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from six Muslim-majority countries. In a per curiam opinion, the Court partially stayed the injunctions blocking enforcement of executive order 13,780: We now turn to the preliminary injunctions …

WATCH: Liberal Senator throws hissy fit after Travel ban ruling; Conservatives are the “3 Horsemen of the Apocalypse”

As expected, Democrats everywhere are having a complete and total meltdown over the Supreme Court’s decision to reinstate Trump’s travel ban this morning. After liberals mocked President Trump for his past “defeats” against the lower appeals courts, Trump is the one left smiling in the end, and we couldn’t be happier. One of these hysterical …

New CBO score for Senate Health Bill shows BIG-LEAGUE economic benefits; Deficit would be cut by $321 BILLION!

On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office scored the new Republican healthcare bill and they have declared that it will have some big-league economic benefits for our country. According to their scoring of the legislation, it would reduce the deficit by $321 billion from 2017-2026. Furthermore, the CBO has estimated that premiums would drop by a …

LOL: Twitter is DESTROYING Hillary over 4-month-old tweet where she mocked Trump’s Travel Ban

In February, a lower appeals court struck down President Trump’s travel ban on a 3-0 decision. Expectedly, Democrats everywhere rejoiced because they saw it as a “loss” for President Trump. Moments after that February ruling, Crooked Hillary tweeted this: 3-0 — Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) February 10, 2017 Now, as we reported earlier, the Supreme Court …

Pennsylvania judge sentenced to 28 years in jail for bribery and extortion

Mark Ciavarella Jr. a longtime Democratic judge from Scranton, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to 28 years in jail for participating in a major juvenile justice bribery crime known as the “kids-for-cash” case. Michael Conahan, Ciavarella’s partner in crime, was also accused of participating in the bribery incident. The judge received more than $2 million in payoff money from a …