House Republicans Pass Roll Back On Obama-Era Banking Regulations

After the economy collapsed in 2008, leftists demanded greater power over the banking industry. Eventually, in 2011, the democrat-controlled government passed the ‘Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,’ written by leftist politicians Barney Frank and Chris Dodd. However, the law did little to ‘reign in’ the ‘too big too fail’ banks, and basically

Judge Rules President Trump Can’t Block Users On Twitter

A federal district court judge ruled that President Donald Trump apparently doesn’t have a First Amendment right and cannot legally block users on Twitter, according to The Hill. The striking move could set a disastrous precedent going forward, and open the floodgates for lawsuits against all government figures online. Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald, who was appointed

CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Jim Jordan throw down over Russia collusion claims

Nick Givas, DCNF Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio went head to head with CNN’s Chris Cuomo on “New Day” Wednesday, after Cuomo claimed there was “proof of potential collusion” between Russia and the Trump campaign. Jordan claimed the federal government lied when it obtained Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants to spy on the

NFL Makes Decision On Official Anthem Policy

When Congress wants to do something sneaky and unpopular, they often wait until the weekend or for times when families are vacationing. When the N.F.L. wants to do the same, they do it during the offseason. As MSN News has confirmed, that is the case as “players having the right to remain in the locker

Judge rules Trump can’t block critics on Twitter … it’s unconstitutional

Kevin Daley, DCNF (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)   A federal judge in New York ruled Wednesday that President Donald Trump cannot lawfully block critics from his personal @realDonaldTrump Twitter account. U.S. District Court Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald explained Trump’s Twitter account is properly thought of as a “public forum” from which users may not

Ebola Patients Escape Quarantine, Head To Populated City

There are few things in the world of human experience as horrifying as Ebola. Just the same, during the last horrific outbreak a few years ago, the self-centered nature of some who were sickened showed and they risked countless others knowing that they were infected as they traveled about. As Ebola rears its ugly head

NYT: Say, Iran may be building ICBMs after all

Surprise! The Iranians may have been cooking up long-range ballistic missiles all during the time that both Tehran and the Obama administration downplayed those possibilities. As far back as 2011 or earlier, Iran has operated a secret missile-development site near Shahrud, the New York Times reported. For those keeping score, that would be four years

Pentagon Audit Questions Renewed In Wake Of FBI Spying Scandal

When the Pentagon’s news service announced “the Defense Department is starting the first agency-wide financial audit in its history,” deep state operatives in the intelligence community started scrambling to clean up their messes. When the final report gets released this fall, the looming Pentagon audit will finally shine the glaring light of truth into the