Let’s hope this is a positive sign that “cancel culture” is losing its grip on terrified Hollywood liberals.
President Biden’s Department of Health and Human Services (which really should change its name) is reportedly considering declaring a “public health emergency” to promote access to abortion.
As it becomes clearer that Hunter Biden, with his many shady business connections and shall-we-say freewheeling lifestyle, had access to top-secret material in his father’s possession...
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
Vice President Kamala Harris was in Florida for a rally on the 50th anniversary of the (thankfully) now-overturned Roe v. Wade decision.
Merrick Garland’s DOJ wrote a letter to the House Judiciary Committee, pledging its willingness to cooperate in good faith with any investigations. It then announced that it will not cooperate with investigations of any ongoing DOJ investigations...
Today in Washington, the annual March for Life is being held, and it’s historic. Not only is it the 50th March for Life, it’s also the first to be held following the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court ruling that inspired it.
The Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit by New York gun retailers for an emergency temporary injunction to block a bevy of new gun laws...
This has got to be the greatest coincidence EVER.
Those 50-plus “intelligence experts” who signed the pre-election letter claiming that Hunter Biden’s laptop looked like “Russian disinformation” have mostly been pretty quiet as of late.
No U.S. President has ever been prosecuted for obstruction related to the Presidential Records Act, which wouldn’t be a criminal violation, anyway, or the Espionage Act, which was not intended to be used against a President.
Some 42 GOP house members are backing a resolution to expunge President Trump’s two impeachments from the record.
Wow, it’s been just 24 hours or so since our last big laugh-out-loud installment, and the story has developed so quickly.
Most of us are long past cowering at home in fear of COVID-19, but on Wednesday, the White House once again extended the pandemic “state of emergency” for another 90 days.
This is a good article about my daughter Sarah’s inauguration speech as Governor of Arkansas, and how she immediately went to work, issuing a slate of important executive orders...
After Democrats literally made a federal case out of President Trump having documents marked “classified” at Mar-A-Lago (seized in an outrageous and unprecedented raid on a former President’s home), it was reported Monday that a batch of documents from Joe Biden’s time as Vice President, including classified documents...
A deal was reached for a 15th vote in which the six holdouts switched their votes to “Present,” which lowered the threshold McCarthy needed to win, and he secured the Speakership with 216 votes.
President Biden is expected to FINALLY visit our southern border this Sunday for the first time since taking office. But critics are concerned that the visit will be a political smokescreen.
In a great victory for the First Amendment, the 9th District Court of Appeals has ruled that a former middle school science teacher in Evergreen, Washington, can sue the principal for harassing him for bringing a “Make America Great Again” cap to a couple of school training events.