Neither rain nor snow nor heat nor gloom of night stays the United States Postal Service from the swift completion of its appointed task to monitor the social media of American citizens.
Wednesday in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, a black man named Andrew Brown Jr. was shot and killed by police as they were attempting to serve a warrant.
I like the trend I’ve been seeing recently of companies that were intimidated into kneeling to pressure from the “woke” left suddenly developing spines after the majority of their customers started speaking up in opposition (so keep it up, it’s working!)
After years of pro-life activists pointing out that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger was a racist and a eugenicist, and being ignored, mocked and refuted by the left, Planned Parenthood has suddenly realized in the BLM era that their founder Margaret Sanger was a racist and a eugenicist.
In a narrow 51-49 vote (Sen. Lisa Murkowski being the only Republican “yay”), controversial Biden nominee Vanita Gupta was confirmed as associate attorney general, the #3 position in the Justice Department.
Today is Earth Day, so in preparation for what is sure to be a combined hurricane and tsunami of apocalyptic climate predictions, here is a list of some of the similar doomsday predictions made way back on the first Earth Day in 1970.
Tuesday, protests began to erupt in Columbus, Ohio...
Paul Rossi, a math teacher at the private Grace Church High School in New York, has been fired after speaking out publicly against the school’s so-called “anti-racism”/Critical Race Theory policies.
Well, so much for the crazy theory that there are any “moderate” Democrats in the House who would actually choose upholding their oath to defend the Constitution over protecting a fellow party member.
The sheriff of Polk County, Florida, issued a statement to all the newcomers moving to Florida from blue states: don’t “vote the stupid way you did up north.”
By now, you know that “the MyPillow guy,” Mike Lindell, has been sued by Dominion Voting Systems for defamation over his claims that their machines could be –- and were –- hacked and the vote changed in the 2020 election. They seek damages of $1.3 billion.
The Democrats seem to understand that when you’re ruling against the will of the people and the interests of your own nation as radically as they are, they won’t have much time to force their agenda through before they get thrown out of power.
I can see why Democrats didn’t even bother pretending to claim that they want to expand the Supreme Court because of its workload. Our current SCOTUS is handling that issue by simply refusing to hear a lot of cases that truly demand their attention.
I assume by now that you have heard about the verdict of former Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd approximately 10,000 times, and that you have had more than your fill of opinions about it.
MyPillow founder Mike Lindell is now suing Dominion Voting Systems for $1.6 billion.
On Monday, in the commentary about the cause of death of Officer Brian Sicknick, I referred to the breach of the Capitol Building on January 6 as “boneheaded,” and a reader had this to say...
Like Old Faithful dependably spewing hot gas at regular intervals, came Rep. Maxine Waters.
The news that Patrisse Khan-Cullors, the “trained Marxist” co-founder of Black Lives Matter, has been spending millions of dollars on multiple homes in overwhelmingly white upscale neighborhoods...
Ed Driscoll at Instapundit collected a series of tweets to show how unserious the Democrats have become about quelling their violent rhetoric.
It’s the weekend, and after a week as nerve-wracking as this one, why not relax by catching up with the Babylon Bee’s hilarious take on recent news?
The COO and Chief Financial Officer in the Georgia Secretary of State’s office has written an op-ed in the Washington Post, pleading with President Biden to stop telling lies...
Last week, we talked about the backlash against “cancel culture” that’s starting to happen around the country, as millions of Americans have finally just had enough.
I mentioned yesterday that Coca-Cola, realizing its anti-election integrity law virtue-signaling had poked the bear and ticked off millions of Coke drinkers, is suddenly making conciliatory noises about the importance of giving a respectful hearing to all sides of an issue (which would be nice for all corporations to have as a default position, rather than having to be forced into it.)
In the wake of George Floyd’s death, the superintendent of the Webster Groves school district in Missouri engaged in some of the currently-popular virtue-signaling and white guilt-mongering by writing a blog post claiming that the school district contributes to inequitable systems which clearly disadvantage black students and practice white privilege.