Michelle Malkin is an American conservative blogger, political commentator, and author. She is host of "Michelle Malkin Investigates" on CRTV.com and her weekly syndicated column appears in a number of newspapers and websites.
While student "Dreamers" here illegally from south of the border garner bleeding-heart front-page stories and nightly news dispatches, the high-achieving sons and daughters of legal immigrants from Asia are getting shafted by far-left Democrats.
President Trump's pardon of conservative author Dinesh D'Souza last week violently triggered Beltway media elites. It's one giant political allergen. Allow me to administer the rhetorical, metaphorical antihistamine.
Incontrovertible fact: People lie.
They fudge little things, like their height or weight. They exaggerate their athletic prowess or professional accomplishments. They deceive family, friends, lovers, voters, government officials, business partners and themselves. They lie about murder, theft, kidnapping, rape and discrimination. They lie for attention, deflection, power and profit.
Often, the reasons for manufacturing devastating fables are indiscernible or unfathomable. But this much is clear: If there are no consequences for lying about crime, false accusations
Michelle Malkin is off. The following is a column by Terence P. Jefrey.
When you read the budget message President Donald Trump sent Congress earlier this year, you soon come across a concession that Washington insiders have been making for years — just before they vote for bills they know will massively increase the federal debt.
"The current fiscal path is unsustainable," Trump said, "and future generations deserve better."
Trump then asked Congress for a budget that his