Trump Campaign Raises $3.1 Million During Public Impeachment Hearing

President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign raised some $3.1 million on the day that House Democrats launched public impeachment hearings.

“One of our best fundraising days ever… again!” Trump’s campaign manager, Brad Parscale, wrote on Twitter on Thursday. “Dems just don’t get it. They are filling our bank and improving our turnout every day!”

He also tweeted: “WOW! $3,144,257 RAISED YESTERDAY! [The president] loves these huge numbers. He knows that it isn’t enough to end this IMPEACHMENT SCAM. We’re upping the goal to $5 MILLION! ALL DONATIONS WILL NOW BE TRIPLE-MATCHED!” read more

Utility Company to Pay $360 Million for Major Southern California Wildfires

Southern California Edison has agreed to pay $360 million to local governments to settle lawsuits over deadly wildfires sparked by its equipment during the last two years, including one blamed for a mudslide that killed more than 20 people, the utility company and attorneys announced Wednesday.

The sum will reimburse counties, cities, and other public agencies for firefighting costs and repairing damage from two of the region’s worst blazes. The figure will not fully repay taxpayer costs, but it will help pay the bills to rebuild roads, other infrastructure, and clean up debris, among other things, said attorney John Fiske, who represents local governments. read more

Pelosi Claims Trump Committed ‘Bribery’ in Dealings With Ukraine

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) accused President Trump of “bribery” when he dealt with Ukrainian leaders, despite a top Ukrainian official saying that U.S. aid to Ukraine was not linked to their investigations of corruption in the country.

Pelosi said Democrats are still undecided on whether they will draft articles of impeachment.

“We haven’t even made a decision to impeach,” she told reporters on Thursday. “That’s what the inquiry is about. And when the committees decide that, then they will decide what the articles are.” read more

Impeachment Hearing Coverage

I find your coverage of yesterday’s impeachment hearing the best and most honest of any that I have heard or read. I watched the entire hearing and the President’s press conference and have been extremely disappointed by the half-truths and outright lies that have been cobbled together in much of the media reporting, creating a phony narrative biased against our President. Thank you for being an honest source!


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Just In Case The Fed Ignites The Atmosphere…

Just In Case The Fed Ignites The Atmosphere…

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In early 1940s as World War II raged in Europe and the Pacific, the most powerful person in the world was NOT Adolf Hitler. Nor Franklin Roosevelt. Nor Winston Churchill. Nor Josef Stalin.

Not even close.

The most powerful person in the world was a Nobel Prize winning physicist named Arthur Compton.

Compton had been tasked by the US government to lead a group of scientists in developing a plutonium-based nuclear weapon– the same one that would be used to bomb Japan in 1945. read more

Ford Starts Taking $500 Deposits For All-Electric Mustang Mach-E 

Ford Starts Taking $500 Deposits For All-Electric Mustang Mach-E 

Ford is expected to reveal a new electric sport utility vehicle (SUV) for customers in the US, Canada, and Europe on Sunday.

Called the Mustang Mache-E, the “Mustang-inspired” SUV will debut at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show on Sunday, Nov. 17.

Specifications of the Mache-E are still limited, including the price and overall design. Ford has recently hinted that the SUV will have the same range as the Tesla Model Y.

The SUV will be part of a collection of about a dozen all-electric vehicles Ford plans to launch by 2022 as it shifts away from gasoline and diesel engines. read more

At Least One Killed, Four Wounded In California High School Shooting, Suspect In Custody

At Least One Killed, Four Wounded In California High School Shooting, Suspect In Custody

Update: 1:35 p.m.

At least one person has been killed and four wounded after a gunman opened fire on Thursday morning at Sagus High School in Santa Clarita, California.

One female victim who was transported to Henry Mayo Hospital in critical condition died from her injuries.

The suspect, a 15-year-old Asian male in black clothing, was taken into custody and is being treated at a local hospital. He was a student at the school, according to CBS Los Angeles.

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Billionaires Savage Elizabeth Warren Over Virtue Smoke-Signaling Campaign Ad

Billionaires Savage Elizabeth Warren Over Virtue Smoke-Signaling Campaign Ad

Elizabeth Warren was sorely mistaken if she thought she could get away with attacking prominent billionaires without repercussions, she was sorely mistaken.

After flipping out on Warren Wednesday night for not knowing “who the f**k she’s tweeting,” billionaire investor Leon Cooperman told CNBC’s ‘Halftime Report’ on Thursday that Warren’s proposed wealth tax “makes no sense,” adding “It would lead to unnatural acts, be near impossible to police, and is probably unconstitutionalit will make the wealthy flock to gold in order to hide their wealth, like you wouldn’t believe.” read more