Macron Govt Claims It Doesn't Know Why Suicides Are Rising Among French Police

PARIS (AP) – Three riot police officers, a police commander, a police academy teacher – all are among eight French police officers who have killed themselves recently. That makes 64 so far this year – and the number just keeps on climbing.

Brooks: 'Deterrence Doesn't Work' with Immigration

On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks stated that we have learned that “deterrence doesn’t work” with immigration. Brooks said, “One, we’ve had these great jobs numbers. We could be feeling good about ourselves. But a lot of us

Wyden: Every Day the Public Doesn't Have the Mueller Report 'Is Indicative of a Cover-Up'

On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “OutFront,” Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) stated that every day that passes without the public getting the Mueller report “is indicative of a cover-up.” Wyden said, “Erin, every day that goes by without the American people

Graham Dismisses Trump-Russia Charges: 'He Doesn't Collude with His Own Government'

On this weekend’s broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) offered a glimpse into President Donald Trump’s reaction to the findings in the Mueller report. Graham said Trump was pleased with the Mueller report and

Michelle Malkin: 'Establishment GOP Ruling Class' Doesn't Want Americans Questioning Legal Immigration

Columnist Michelle Malkin says the “establishment Republican ruling class” does not want American citizens questioning the country’s legal immigration system, wherein more than 1.2 million legal immigrants are admitted every year. 

Biden: 'We've Learned in the Last Two Years, It Doesn't Take Much to Awaken Hate'

Monday at the National Action Network’s Martin Luther King Jr. breakfast in Washington, D.C., former Vice President Joe Biden said it didn’t take much “to awaken hate” during President Donald Trump’s time in the White House. Quoting Martin Luther King Jr.’s final speech, Biden said, “‘He said, ‘Let us move on in these powerful days, these days of challenge, to make America what it ought to be. To make America what it ought to be.’ We all know what it ought to be. That was among his last words spoken, ‘To make America what it ought to be.’ America’s been made better, all of the struggles many of you in this room have endured and led. But we’ve learned in the last two years, it doesn’t take much to awaken hate. To bring those folks out from under the rocks. That part of American society that’s always been there, will always be there, but has been legitimized.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN

Swalwell Doesn't Favor Impeachment — 'Bad for Democracy'

Friday on syndicated radio’s “Hugh Hewitt Show,” Rep. Eric Swalwell cautioned House Democrats against voting to impeach President Donald Trump, saying he thinks it is “bad for democracy.” Instead of impeaching without an “airtight case,” Swalwell said his hope is that Trump is voted out at the ballot box. “Now do you think you’ll be voting in favor of articles of impeachment in the coming Congress, Eric Swalwell?” host Hugh Hewitt asked. “I hope not,” Swalwell replied. “I really hope not, because I think that’s bad for democracy. I’d rather see Donald Trump impeached at the ballot box by the voters. I don’t want to make him a martyr. And I also just think you know, it, impeachment is almost like going through a bankruptcy. It’s just a very hard thing to come out of. But no one is above the law, and you know, we have to take our job seriously. And if there is evidence, I think we should have an airtight case, seek bipartisan buy-in, and be able to explain to the American people why this, you know, extraordinary measure is necessary.” Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent