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The Deep State is in panic mode after President Donald Trump, following the conclusion of the Mueller probe, suggested that shady individuals involved in trying to take him down had done "evil" and even "treasonous things" against America. Trump also warned that he has been "looking" at these unnamed characters for some time. Establishment...

In this new video, Jamie Glazov analyzes Jussie Smollett's Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free Card, revealing how it's not what you do, but the world of equality that you seek to build, that matters.

"Under the guise of promoting inclusivity, CAIR had unfettered power to target conservative Christian students and smear them as 'Islamophobic' if they don't accept Islam. More broadly, the liberal school board ran roughshod over the First Amendment by empowering CAIR to indoctrinate impressionable children. We applaud our clients for standing up...

The New York Times, along with the Washington Post, MSNBC and a thousand less famous internet grifters had built Mueller's fan base out of a crumbling pedestal of conspiracy theories and wishful thinking. Like the fans of another FBI based show, the lefties had wanted to believe. But the media made them believe.

40 FBI agents; 2,800 subpoenas; 500 witnesses; 500 search warrants; 230 communication records, 50 phone taps, 13 foreign government intel requests. No collusion. No evidence of obstruction. The media LIED to you. Again and again and again. Who's the 'conspiracy theorist' now?

"A federal grand jury in New Mexico has indicted five Muslims who allegedly trained children to carry out school massacres on terrorism-related offenses, conspiracy to commit murder and kidnapping." According to court documents, the five defendants "established a residence, training camp, and firing range at which they stored firearms and...

Attempts to drive a president from office on the basis of allegations of betrayal of the country that they knew to be false is as close as the United States has ever been to an attempted coup d'état. It is time for the legal system, which has ground slowly to a just verdict, to do the same to those responsible...

Known as one of the most celebrated civil rights lawyers of his time, Morris Dees spent nearly a half-century building the Southern Poverty Law Center into one of the nation's wealthiest and best-known legal advocacy groups. With an endowment of about $471 million, an enormous sum in the non-profit world, it has won over donors with deep pockets.