Democrat Sen. Chris Murphy admitted that despite President Biden’s hyperbolic campaign for an “assault weapons” ban, there aren’t enough votes for it in the Senate to overcome a Republican filibuster.
The White House Twitter account made a false claim about Biden cutting the deficit, and it was actually fact-checked for real on Twitter.
Though he says (to his credit) that he could never vote for a so-called progressive Democrat because of the damage such a person might do to the country, he is very much against Trump being the Republican nominee.
Well, add this: after hearing for months about how great the Biden economy is, the President now warns of “set-backs” coming in the economy (these will likely be blamed on the GOP House that hasn’t even taken office yet.)
Many observers (not just me) have been scratching their heads and wondering, “What has happened to former Trump attorney general Bill Barr?”
Yesterday, House Republicans announced that there will now be real investigations of real crimes and scandals, like why the Afghanistan withdrawal was so tragically botched, what were the actual origins of the COVID-19 virus, and...
Well, it took them a week and a day, but liberal media outlets finally forced themselves to admit on Wednesday that the Republicans have, indeed, won control of the House.
After a week of sitting around waiting for news, the floodgates opened on Tuesday. Someday in the future, historians may look back at November 15, 2022, as a key turning point that greatly impacted America’s future
And now, the very bad news, not just for the GOP but for Arizona: Democrat Katie Hobbs is now projected to win the Governor’s race over Republican Kari Lake.
The explanations that are given to us don’t make sense, given everything we see.
In Saturday morning’s seemingly endless vote count, Republicans now have 211 House seats and Democrats have 199. (Fox News projects that the Dems have 201, but I think they’re sometimes jumped the gun a little, so I’m going with Politico.)
Today is Veterans Day, and with so much going on in the news, it would be tragic for it to be overshadowed or overlooked. Today is about something far more important than politics.
Welcome to day three and counting of Tuesday's midterm elections. America not only has a banana republic-style politicized justice department, now we have a Third World ballot counting operation, too.
Congratulations to my daughter, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, for her huge win as Governor of Arkansas!
Today is the day that many of us have been anxiously awaiting for nearly two years, and praying for it to hurry up and arrive. It’s Election Day.
According to the Washington Post, the Democrats spent a staggering $19 million of their campaign funds on advertising boosting allegedly “far-right, Trump-endorsed MAGA extremist, election deniers” in GOP primaries.
We Republicans are used to rampant media bias, but it’s always interesting to see it quantified to show how bad it really is.
Welcome to the last weekend before (I hope and pray) the red wave washes away America’s terrible mistake of entrusting full power to today’s loony-bin Democratic Party.
Last night, President Biden made that clear with a hurriedly-scheduled prime time speech that was widely seen as a Hail Mary pass to avoid total electoral annihilation
There’s officially less than one week remaining until the 2022 midterm elections, and Democrats are so panicked at realizing they made a YUUUGE mistake by running on nothing but unrestricted abortion and January 6th obsession that they’re desperate for a “Hail Mary” pass...
Remember how business was booming under Trump, with unemployment down and real wages finally rising for all demographics, up until the COVID lockdowns cratered the economy?
The Democrats appear to have written off Stacey Abrams’ chances of getting elected Georgia’s Governor (maybe I should say, “again.”)
Leftists are still screeching like long-tailed cats in a roomful of rocking chairs over Elon Musk buying Twitter, firing the leftwing censors and reinstating banned conservatives and freedom of speech.
Democrat leaders are trying to put up a brave front about the midterm elections, but privately amongst themselves, they know that a category five electoral hurricane is coming.
Another woman has surfaced, accusing Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker of paying for her to have an abortion many years ago.