Judge Andrew Napolitano: Can the FBI really investigate President Trump?

Last weekend, The New York Times reported that senior FBI officials were so concerned about whatever President Donald Trump's true motivation for firing FBI Director James Comey was that they immediately initiated a counterintelligence investigation of the president himself.The Times reported that these officials believed that Trump may have intentionally or unwittingly played into the… Read More

Tomi Lahren: Government shutdown has Dems whining and complaining but in private they're living it up

While they are gallivanting around Puerto Rico, President Trump sits in the White House waiting for the Democrats to come to the table to end the longest partial government shutdown in history.Hi, I’m Tomi and it’s time for First Thoughts.When the cameras are on, Chuck, Nancy and the rest of the Democrats whine and complain… Read More

Iran keeps testing Trump — Why? Because it knows he's much tougher than Obama ever was

None of the world’s truly bad guys stays out the headlines for long. After keeping a relatively low profile for several months, Iran earlier this week found itself back in the news twice.First came reports that U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton asked the Pentagon last year for military options to respond to two Iranian-sponsored… Read More

Stuart Varney: Is Gillette making a smart business move with its latest ad?

Procter and Gamble makes and sells Gillette razors.They have a new ad... Gillette is taking aim at "toxic masculinity" that is the overly aggressive, bullying, "boys will be boys" mentality.Gillette says they want to encourage men to be their best. Whichever way you take it, this is quite a marketing switch. Question: is this a smart… Read More

Liz Peek: Why latest 2020 Census decision matters so much (and is outrageous on so many levels)

Americans should be outraged. Ruling on a lawsuit filed by cities, states and immigrant activist groups against the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman of the Southern District of New York has barred the Trump White House from asking about citizenship on the 2020 census. Why does it matter?Because the census determines… Read More

Bezos divorce begs the question: Is there a right way to divorce? Here are four things you must do

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, along with his wife, MacKenzie, announced in a joint statement on social media Wednesday plans to divorce after 25 years of marriage.The world’s richest couple suggested the split was amicable, expressing gratitude for their quarter-century union. The Bezos's have four children – three sons and a daughter who was adopted from… Read More

Gutfeld on networks fact-checking Trump’s address

My fave part from Tuesday night: the flurry of fact-checking!CNN’S Brooke Baldwin: “Fact Checkers, eat your Wheaties today.”Julia Ainsley, NBC News national security and justice reporter: “Yes, we’ll be fact-checking relentlessly.”Heather McGhee on NBC: “They have to have real-time fact checking!”CNN’s Jim Acosta: “Setting the scene for an address that will test the fact checkers tonight.”REP.… Read More

Gregg Jarrett: Why Rosenstein’s departure will help restore the rule of law at the Justice Department

Reports Wednesday by Fox News and others that rogue Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to resign in several weeks – soon after William Barr is confirmed by the Senate as our nation’s next attorney general – mean that the Justice Department is headed for badly needed reforms.Under the failed leadership of fired Attorney… Read More

Stuart Varney: Can Democrats stay together when firebrands in the party are pulling them apart?

Fresh from her obscenity-laced tirade against President Trump, Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib put out what appeared to be an anti-Semitic tweet. She suggested that Senate Republicans were more loyal to Israel than America.This is the old "dual loyalty" slur on Jewish politicians. Ms. Tlaib is a Muslim of Palestinian descent. She wants a full boycott… Read More