A copy of the search warrant used to confiscate Mike Lindell’s cellphone was filed on Wednesday by his attorneys as an attachment to a lawsuit filed the night before in U.S. District Court in Minnesota.
President Biden backtracked and claimed he wasn’t talking about all Republicans or Trump voters when he called “MAGA Republicans” violent, semi-fascist threats to the foundations of “our democracy.”
In what could signal a major victory for free speech over Big Tech censorship, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court and upheld a Texas law barring social media sites from censoring users based on their viewpoints.
Our daughter Sarah had surgery on Friday for a cancer on her thyroid which was removed.
On Wednesday, NEWSMAX played a brief video of Lindell. He says with a laugh, "They told me not to tell anybody. Okay, I won't." His transparency and sense of humor are refreshing.
In breaking news Tuesday night, John Solomon reports that the FBI actually paid Igor Danchenko, the source for the discredited Steele “dossier” whom Special Counsel John Durham has charged with lying to them in multiple interviews.
Today, the final primary elections of 2022 are being held in Delaware, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.
Sheriffs of border towns are mocking the Mayor of DC for declaring a state of emergency over receiving busloads of illegal immigrants from Texas and Arizona.
Former Biden press secretary Jen Psaki announced that her upcoming MSNBC show will be built around her passion for “explaining things, debunking things, calling out BS.”
As an American, I’m not a fan of the concept of royalty, but if you’re going to have a monarch, you couldn’t ask for a better one than Elizabeth II.
I warned you recently that leftist and anarchist thugs, emboldened by the fact that they are protected from consequences of their horrendous actions by Democrat officials in blue cities, have now taken to carrying guns.
Twenty-six grassroots chapters of Black Lives Matter are suing BLM national co-founder Shalomyah Bowers, claiming he defrauded them by siphoning off $10 million in donations that he used as his “personal piggy bank.”
President Biden spent Labor Day continuing to accuse people, this time Congress members who want to Make America Great Again (which, admittedly, does run counter to his entire agenda)...
There have been a lot of mean “old man” jokes about President Biden soiling himself. Last night, Americans got the chance to watch that process play out over half an hour on live TV.
When California Rep. Darrell Issa appeared with Judge Jeanine Pirro Wednesday to discuss the FBI and DOJ, he brought up an interesting point about FBI agent Timothy Thibault leaving the agency.
In case you’re wondering, yes, Attorney General Merrick Garland most certainly is trying to intimidate whistleblowers. We’ll get to that, but first, here’s why he’s doing it.
A couple of news items this week may not seem related, but I would suggest they are.
Washington, DC, has delayed plans to block unvaccinated children from attending school or even getting remote online learning classes.
New Yorkers are being hit with yet another nanny state law, this time banning the sale of canned whipped cream...
Have you noticed lately how many stories there are in the news with the word “whistleblower” in them?
As predicted, President Biden announced a plan on Thursday to “forgive” student loan debt, and as with all his plans, it was much more expensive than expected.
Tuesday, primary elections were held in New York and Florida and several run-offs in Oklahoma.