"Through this act, Trump is saying: 'If you lie for me, if you cover up for me, if you obstruct for me, I will protect you,'" Rep. Adam Schiff said.
Policies and public perception of the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed in just 6 months. Here's what happened in the first half of 2020.
The Republican Party of Texas has filed a lawsuit against Democratic Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, saying he singled them out and shut down their gathering out of political motivation.What are the details?The Texas GOP was notified Wednesday that...
According to an analysis by the Associated Press, the U.S. Catholic Church received at least $1.4 billion and possibly up to $3.5 billion in coronavirus-related aid from the federal government, through the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck...
The Illiberalism At The Heart Of Cancel Culture
Fri, 07/10/2020 - 19:45
Authored by John Lloyd via CAPX
In 2018, David Remnick, editor of the New Yorker and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, cancelled a public...
Topics: Pulitzer Prize
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"Defund The Police" Just Means "I'm Rich & White"
Fri, 07/10/2020 - 22:25
Authored by Karol Markowicz via Spectator,
Wealthy white liberals don't suffer the consequences of their fringe ideologies...
Ultimately the charges will be dismissed against Flynn, but Judge Sullivan wants it to be slow and painful. And if it drags on into 2021 and Biden is president, well, who knows. Judge Sullivan may be playing the long game.
Topics: Petitions, Joe Biden
by Rachel Glickhouse
This article is part of Electionland, ProPublica’s collaborative reporting project covering problems that prevent eligible voters from casting...
(Paul Mirengoff) In this post from last month, I tried to explain why Republican presidents have far less success nominating reliably conservative Supreme Court Justices than their Democratic counterparts have in nominating liberal ones. The main...
The Democrats sure love their dead voters and now they’re targeting dead animals.
A deceased family’s cat received a voter registration application in the mail.
The cat, Cody Tims, died 12 years ago.
Cody Tims’ owner said he was a...
Let’s cut through some of the background noise. Here are common questions that keep coming up in conversations about guns.
Here's What You Need To Remember: The current national conversation on firearms is loud and...
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Ann Coulter, who wrote the book In Trump We Trust, has been far more critical of the president recently, calling him a “moron” and a “blithering idiot” just two months ago.
Now Coulter is calling...
It was June 20th and we antiwar vets had traveled all the way to Tulsa, Oklahoma, in the midst of a pandemic to protest President Trump’s latest folly, an election 2020 rally where he was to parade his goods and pretend all was well with this...
Just for members: A new edition of Inside Elections.
This issue explains why Democrats are now poised to take control of the Senate and includes updated analysis in each state and eight rating changes. Democratic candidates continue to raise...
Blake Neff, one of Tucker Carlson‘s top writers for his Fox news show, has resigned.
CNN Business discovered comments from Blake in an online forum that were of racist and sexist material, made under a pseudonym.
The site adds that Blake had...
No. The U.S. is not yet ready to “reopen the economy’—unless you want an ultimate 2019 coronavirus plague death total above one million. Why do you ask? And then there is hte danger that New York, New Jersey, and New England that would be able...