Disney announced that it was canceling plans to build a new campus in Orlando that would have cost $1 billion and created 2,000 jobs. Liberal media outlets gleefully blamed Gov. Ron DeSantis...
There’s a saying that’s quoted often at the Instapundit blog...
Is there anything President Biden can’t do? Other than remembering anything that happened longer ago than last week?
In short, if you’re voting for the Democrats because you think they’re “the party of the working man,” you’re about 90 years out of date.
Adam Schiff isn’t the only Democrat who told Congress and the American people that he had “ample evidence” that the Trump-Russia collusion story was real...
The group Americans for Public Trust obtained internal Department of Agriculture communications showing that the Biden White House coordinated with Eric Kessler, founder and principal of the shadowy, foreign-funded, leftist consulting firm Arabella Advisors
An attorney for Daniel Penny, the Marine veteran charged with second degree manslaughter in the death of Jordan Neely on a New York subway, spoke to Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro on Monday.
Congratulations to Sen. Bernie Sanders for proving that, like Ponzi schemes and other cons, socialism pays really well – for those on the top.
You might recall that during Trump’s term, John Kerry allegedly acted as a shadow representative of the US to undermine official White House policies with foreign governments.
Last night, Donald Trump walked into the lion’s den on a CNN Townhall, but the results were probably not what CNN or many viewers expected.
One reason Gavin Newsom can’t be passing out million dollar checks to strangers like “The Millionaire” on that old TV show is that blue states such as California are seeing their most productive residents (i.e., their biggest taxpayers) flee like rats from a sinking ship.
I’m happy to see that California Gov. Gavin Newsom is capable of grasping fiscal reality, at least when it’s about to hit him over the head with a 2x4.
As you know, President Trump was found liable in a Manhattan court for one count each of battery and defamation in the civil case brought by E. Jean Carroll.
Last year, a jury found 47-year-old Kentucky welder and former Army Reservist Peter Schwartz and his co-defendants guilty on all 11 counts stemming from the January 6 protest.
Thursday was the National Day of Prayer, established as the first Thursday in May by a law signed by President Eisenhower in 1952, a law I fear would never pass Congress today.
I haven’t been covering all the stories about Tucker Carlson because most of them are still nothing but speculation.
I’ve been clear from the outset that the events of January 6 should make no one proud. But a subsequent trial and verdict sure won’t make you proud of our ‘justice’ system.
I told you that Target stores that remain in San Francisco have started locking up their entire inventories in bulletproof glass cabinets due to constant theft that the “authorities” do nothing about.
As if you needed another reason to take your kids out of public schools, the Colorado teachers union has passed a resolution condemning capitalism.
I’ve had my differences with Sen. Ted Cruz, but he deserves kudos for what he did Tuesday during the Senate Democrats’ hearing on “Supreme Court Ethics Reform.”
Yesterday, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reassured Americans that the banking system is sound.