By: Jake Fogg
Among the people that the President praised and introduced were Fox News Commentators Sean Hannity and Judge Jeanine Pirro; White House Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders; White House Counselor, Kellyanne Conway; RNC Chairman, Ronna McDaniel; and Country Music legend, Lee Greenwood who sang his famous song “Proud to be an American”.
By: Jake Fogg
On Monday it was announced the Supreme Court nominee Bret Kavanaugh left his teaching position at Harvard Law School. No doubt that the increasing attacks on he and his family were part of the reason, but for the past week much of the opposition has come from the so-called learning institution itself.
Leftist-educated students have paired up with Planned Parenthood to set up phone banks to call senators and demand that Kavanaugh not get confirmed. Harvard feminists have come in show of support for their partner in academia, Christine Blasey Ford, who made unsupported accusations against the Supreme Court nominee.
We all know the story about the Founding Fathers crafting together the Declaration of Independence. They tried until they tried out, to live in harmony with the British Empire. But being nice and trying to get along just was not cutting it.
The abuses of King George were cruel and sometimes bordered on insanity. More and more, the British Empire wanted to take advantage of the prosperity the growing population of New England were achieving through hard labor and thrift.
As Congress began work legislating how websites collect and monetize user data, Google asserted itself into the process. On Monday, the internet giant gave Congress its version of “privacy principles” to “guide Congress” in its law-making.
According to The Hill, the so-called framework is comprised of privacy principles that Google already has instituted for itself. Alphabet claims that it allows users to easily access and control data that is collected about them and requires companies to be transparent about their data practices.
By: Jake Fogg
On Monday White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway said that President Donald Trump supports allowing testimony from Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanau’s accuser, Christine Blasey Ford to be heard by the Senate.
In an interview with Fox News Conway said, “This woman should not be insulted and should not be ignored.”
Conway believes that the Senate Judiciary Committee is taking a “reasonable” approach to the recent revelation which has presented an eleventh-hour obstacle to Kavanaugh’s confirmation. Referring to the attempt to arrange for Ford to testify, Conway stated that Kavanaugh should also be heard by the committee again on the same issue.
Kellyanne Conway said that she had spoken to President Trump, Senator Lindsey Graham and others and asserted that Ford “will be heard”, although at the time it was unclear how that would transpire.