The most important yet overlooked story of last week came when President Biden signed the “Executive Order on Further Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government.”
If ever there were a time when we wish WE'D had hidden cameras, it was during the board meeting discussions when they decided to oust founder James O'Keefe.
Not that there would ever be any good day to tweet the terrifying thought, “As California goes, so goes the world,” but California Gov. Gavin Newsom really picked the wrong day.
In a welcome victory for free speech rights, Federal Judge Andrew Carter Jr. issued a preliminary injunction against New York’s new “Hateful Conduct Law,” finding it to be just the latest of a series of unconstitutional state laws passed in Albany.
The toxic chemical spill and fire caused by the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, is so bad that it’s even brought Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Ilhan Omar into agreement that residents are correct to be very concerned about their longterm health and well-being.
I told you the terrifying story about Democratic Rep. Angie Craig, who was assaulted last week in an elevator at her DC apartment building.
As I told you, some people unfortunately can’t resist rushing to politicize every tragedy, and this was no exception.
CBS News reported that the Biden Administration has been lying from the start about that Chinese spy balloon that they took a week to shoot down.
If you’re a regular reader of this newsletter, you know how much we respect law professor Jonathan Turley, who testified at Thursday’s “Weaponization of Government” House committee.
You can often tell whether someone is conservative or liberal by what they find offensive.
What is going on in Washington, DC, that the people entrusted with preserving the documents that guarantee our rights have no concept of what those rights are?
Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs for their last minute 38-35 win over the Eagles with a field goal. But for once, the football wasn’t the inflated flying object that most Americans were talking about this weekend.
As I said in introducing him, Project Veritas “does investigative journalism that exposes the elite and far left for what they really are --- and boy, do they hate it.”
Disney continues to be taught the lesson of “Get woke, go broke” the hard way, with 7,000 jobs about to be slashed in an attempt to cut costs by $5.5 billion…
A number of Democrat-run cities are debating paying slavery reparations to black residents, with the most generous, of course, being San Francisco...
Did you see the speech last night?
I’m assuming that most of my readers found something to do last night other than watch the Grammy Awards.
This week, Republican-led congressional oversight committees begin their hearings into a variety of issues, such as the Bidens’ handling of classified documents, with the White House reportedly getting ready to brief them.
Thursday morning, after the expected meltdown of Democrats crying and screaming “white supremacy,” Rep. Ilhan Omar was officially booted off the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
One extra benefit of having the Republicans in charge of the House is that it brings a much-needed clarity to issues that the fog machine of Democrat rule and Democrat sycophant media has obscured for the public.
John Lennon once went through a phase in which he was obsessed with “primal scream therapy.” The idea was that you can release and get over your repressed childhood trauma by screaming at the top of your lungs.
Friday, the government reported that the US economy added 517,000 non-farm jobs in January, far more than the average 183,000 predicted by economists.
Kyle Rittenhouse was already famously acquitted on all charges for shooting three protesters and killing two of them during a riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, because the jury agreed he acted in self-defense to prevent them from killing him.