That pre-recorded message from Fantasyland in which President Biden announced his bid for reelection so that he can keep on bringing Americans together, fostering polite respect for political differences and protecting our individual freedoms...
President Biden announced that he is running (or shuffling) for reelection in 2024, which means that if he wins, he would be 86 when he ends his second term, and most Americans will be feeling even older than that.
If anyone ever wonders why a man like Elon Musk, who has revolutionized multiple industries and has $140 billion, would spend his time overseeing a time sink like Twitter, it has to be because he’s having so much fun trolling self-important celebrities.
The DNC just made the stunning announcement that it supports Biden and will not sponsor any presidential primary debates for 2024.
I know I must be getting old because I can remember when Democrats actually cared about women’s rights.
Thursday morning, the 2nd US Court of Appeals issued a temporary administrative stay of Mark Pomerantz’s House subpoena while they consider Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg’s appeal.
What is the latest “domestic terrorist” threat to “our democracy?” Why, it’s people who monitor elections to make sure there’s no cheating.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis said there will be a meeting this week of the Central Florida Tourism Oversight Board to discuss the “plethora of legal infirmities” in Disney’s underhanded attempt to evade state oversight by signing long-term deals with contractors.
Under the chairmanship of Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, the House Judiciary Committee has traveled to New York City to hold its first hearing today relating to the double standard of ‘justice’ in Manhattan, where District Attorney Alvin Bragg is normally the one holding court.
Today’s Democrats don’t see government as a servant of the people, but as a club they can use to bash the people until they do what Democrats want (they’re about as “progressive” as Fred Flintstone in that regard.)
This piece from Matt Vespa at TOWNHALL appeared on Tuesday, before the arrest of the latest leaker of classified information from the U.S. government.
This morning, the Washington Post ran a bombshell report based on an interview with an alleged unnamed teenage friend of the person who has been leaking highly sensitive and damaging classified US military and foreign policy documents onto the Internet.
And another one enters the race…maybe. South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott announced that he’s forming an exploratory committee for a presidential run.
Now that Trump has announced he’ll run again, some Republicans are re-assessing the slogan, “Make America Great Again.” (What does it mean? “Great” in what way? Was America always great? When did it stop being great? On and on.)
A mob disrupting the functions of a legislature is fascism and “an assault on our democracy” that calls for very long prison sentences.
As if the First Amendment didn’t exist, a little-known federal agency called the National Institute of Standards and Technology is reportedly writing “race and gender” speech codes that they plan to force scientists to follow.
It’s Easter weekend and a great time to be reminded of one of the most wonderful sermons I ever heard. It was first delivered by Shadrach Meshach Lockridge, who from 1952 until 1993 was pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church of San Diego.
AOC is among the many Democrats repeating the false claim by Washington Post “fact-checker” Glenn Kessler that Donald Trump’s sons tried to intimidate his judge by tweeting a photo of his daughter.
Before we get to the laughably flimsy contents of DA Bragg’s indictment and what a sad joke Tuesday was, I’d like to talk about something that really is concerning.
Today is April Fools’ Day, but it’s not as much fun as it used to be. When I first started doing this, it was always a kick to round up the funniest fake news stories for April 1st.
Twenty-one state attorneys general sent a blunt letter to large financial institutions and pension fund managers, warning them against following the Biden idea of investing in environmental and social justice causes instead of maximizing investor returns.
Last night, Fox News’ Jesse Watters had one of the most stunning interviews seen in quite a while with Sen. Lindsay Graham. Watters spotlighted the RESTRICT Act.
Speaking of that, the heroic cops who charged in and took out the Nashville killer also dispelled other liberal talking points while utterly shaming the cops in Uvalde, Texas, who allowed a killer to continue murdering children while they cowered outside.
Monday was a tragic day in many regards. I hope you will join me in praying for the victims of the horrific shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville and their families...