By David Malcolm Another day, another indictment as Mueller takes yet another careful step in gathering evidence in the investigation regarding collusion between Trump and Russia. Today’s star guest is Alex van der Zwaan, a little-known lawyer working for Paul Manafort charged with lying to the FBI. The indictment states that Van
By David Malcolm Following the recent mass shooting in Florida, Donald Trump has indicated that he supports improved background checks on gun owners. The statement comes after a meeting with Republican Senator John Cornyn and the revival of a bipartisan bill regarding the issue, though he stopped short of endorsing the bill.
By David Malcolm Political philosopher Thomas Hobbes once wrote that the life of a man was ‘nasty, brutish and short.‘ Looking at today, he could easily have been writing about the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP). The party of Nigel Farage which helped propel Britain into Brexit has fallen a long
By David Malcolm Thirteen Russians individuals, along with three Russian companies, have been criminally charged with tampering and interfering with the 2016 election in a new development in Robert Mueller’s investigation into election fraud during the presidential election two years ago. All parties were charged with conspiracy to defraud the United
By David Malcolm Trump released two interesting documents concerning his future plans. One was the budget which contains up to $3 trillion in cuts which will please most Republicans while naturally angering Democrats for various reasons. But for Trump, the big fish is infrastructure. It’s building all those beautiful bridges
By David Malcolm Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a new challenge as Israeli police said that there is “sufficient evidence” to indict the PM on charges of bribery and breach of trust following a 14-month investigation into two corruption cases known as Case 1000 and Case 2000. Netanyahu is accused of