I’m not going to try to keep up with all the developments in the story of Tyre Nichols and the protests over his death at the hands of five Memphis police officers.
Nate Cohn of the New York Times discovered that “in state after state, the final turnout data shows that registered Republicans turned out at a higher rate — and in some places a much higher rate — than registered Democrats...
Despite a strong challenge by Harmeet Dhillon, on Friday, Ronna McDaniel was reelected to an unprecedented fourth term as the chair of the Republican National Committee.
The top news from the week that was.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, hasn’t been having a good year, what with layoffs, falling ad revenue and Mark Zuckerberg blowing billions on his dream of us all living in a virtual reality world he calls the Metaverse
When we promised some weekend reading, we didn’t know how much news would be dropping at the end of the week.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, announced that it was ending the two-year ban on former President Trump.
Is the classic song “Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah” the latest victim of cancel culture? The Oscar-winning song is considered by many to stand alongside “When You Wish Upon A Star” as the best songs ever from Disney’s classic era.
I keep wondering how we got to the point where leftist beliefs are supposedly not only mainstream but the only accepted truth, so that any questioning of them must be silenced as misinformation or sedition.
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas has produced a number of stunning undercover exposes that the mainstream media dutifully ignored. But their latest is such a 10-megaton bombshell that it can’t be ignored.
The classified documents brouhaha took another surprise turn Tuesday when former Vice President Mike Pence reported that his attorneys had found a small number of documents marked “classified” at his home in Indiana.
According to the Biden White House, there is nothing that those rascally Republicans won’t do!
I don’t know how much credence to give this story from the gossip site TMZ, but they’re claiming that in the wake of the attack on her husband, Nancy Pelosi summoned priests to her San Francisco home to perform an exorcism...
Most Antifa members around the US surprisingly had enough sense to ignore the Atlanta radicals’ call for a “Night of Rage” on Friday attacking police...
I hate even to bring this up when we’re still in the first month of 2023, but the 2024 Presidential race is already getting rolling and potential contenders are inflating trial balloons, like Nikki Haley…
“If they put this in a movie, you’d turn it off immediately, saying, ‘There is no way this is possible; this is just --- this is comedy, not drama…”
Obama-era top-secret documents taken by then-outgoing VP Joe Biden are known to have been sent to an interim location --- reportedly in the Chinatown neighborhood of Washington DC --- before being moved to Biden's office at the Penn Biden Center.
My commentary on how the "woke" revision of the M&Ms cartoon characters sparked my revulsion towards M&Ms as a candy was one of last year's top newsletter stories, and I was happy to see it rediscovered when it ran again early this month.
It looks as if Jeff Zients will be President Biden’s new Chief of Staff, taking over the unenviable role of the departing Ron Klain, often referred to as “Biden’s brain,” although I don’t know if that's meant as a compliment or an insult.
Here’s a strong drink of medicine for any Republicans who didn’t bother to vote in 2022 to keep the Senate from slipping from a 50-50 tie to 51-49 Democrat because “it didn’t make any difference.”
As if the FBI didn’t already have two black eyes for the way it’s been so clearly corrupted and politicized, now its reputation for competence is also under siege.