President Joe Biden and members of his administration are doing everything they can to sell a massive infrastructure bill to the public, but Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was forced to clarify a glaring misconception about a supposed benefit of the bill. According to Breitbart, Buttigieg was pressed by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace on the… Continue reading Biden transportation secretary admits to using misleading job estimates to describe infrastructure bill
A prominent figure in Democratic President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Department of Justice has died. According to The Hill, former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark, who served as attorney general under Johnson, died Friday at his home in Manhattan. He was 93. A controversial lawyer According to a report from the Associated Press, Clark left the… Continue reading Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark dies at home at age 93
Donald Trump is done playing nice with members of the GOP who aren’t willing to get behind his America First agenda. In an impassioned and nearly hour-long speech at his own Mar-a-Lago resort, the former president unleashed fury on Republicans including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and former Vice President Mike Pence, who both… Continue reading Trump unleashes fury on McConnell, Pence in speech at Mar-a-Lago
Mistaking a handgun for a taser is an extraordinarily rare occurrence, and an excruciatingly tragic one when it results in death or severe injury.
The numerical immigration limits and eligibility rules established by Congress are being comprehensively subverted by the Biden administration.
The ‘Daily Mail’: Two Christian women face the death penalty in Pakistan for removing a sticker of a Koran verse from a colleague’s locker.
The Brooklyn Center police chief says an officer shot Daunte Wright by accidentally firing a gun instead of a taser. How is that possible?
The only thing wrong with Cornyn’s criticism is that you’re not supposed to say these things about Democrats.
Lok Cheung gives another powerful testimony to the need for political freedom, and recounting what he did came to appreciate about Hong Kong as an adult.
Prince Philip had a refreshing conviction that he could say whatever crossed his mind.