After a gunman on Sunday attacked a New York Police Department station, an NYPD union is blaming violence against law enforcement on Mayor Bill de Blasio.Read More
The radical Leftists who now make up the base of the Democratic Party have criticized presidential aspirant Pete Buttigieg, the former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana, for being too “moderate” for questioning Far Left policies, such as Medicare for all.Read More
A tie-barred, three-bill package passed the House Thursday, which Great Lakes commercial fishers say would sink at least six of their 13 full-time businesses.Read More
Donald Trump’s chances for reelection in November have never been higher. The latest Gallup poll puts his approval rating at 49 percent, other polls have measured even higher, and he just gave the speech of his life in his 2020 State of the Union address. But watch out. Without Republican control of the Senate in 2020, much less recovering control of the House of Representatives, the impact of a second Trump term will be profoundly diminished.Read More
A new scholarship from the founder of GoDaddy will cover tuition for illegal immigrant students at Arizona State University.Read More
Public and private universities across the country are increasingly offering diversity-oriented certificates that are often costly for students and sometimes faculty.Read More
The Jacksonville Sheriff’s department announced Gregory Timm was arrested after allegedly driving a van into a Republican voter registration tent in a Jacksonville area parking lot.Read More
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is warning American governors of the risks of doing business with China, saying competition with China is happening on a federal, state and local level and it has consequences for U.S. foreign policy and national security.Read More
The U.S. House Committee on Oversight is holding hearings to analyze the Trump administration’s rule change designed to end automatic eligibility to the federal food stamp program for recipients of another federal welfare program.Read More
by Jon Street he Federalist Society chapter at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School in Virginia hosted Nigel Farage Thursday, but the Brexit leader’s speech was disrupted by a heckler who was then escorted out of the room. Campus Reform obtained exclusive video footage of the disruption, which lasted…Read More
Starbucks UK has partnered with Mermaids, a nonprofit group that provides support for transgender youth, on an advertising campaign, #WhatsYourName, celebrating gender transition.Read More
Establishment media news outlets insist that Republicans and President Donald Trump falsely emphasize Democratic support for infanticide, but the discussion of infanticide originated with the sitting governor of Virginia — and continues through 2020 presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg’s recent appearance on “The View.”Read More
The outcome of 2020 is not yet settled, obviously, but these two presidential election contests taken together already tell an amazing story.
The Democrat-Republican establishment had 2016 all planned out. According to the plan, 2016 would be another Clinton-Bush election, this time Jeb(!) versus Hillary. Hillary would win of course, and politics would return to normal. The majority party Democrats would keep pushing for bigger and more unaffordable government, the minority party Republicans would continue their project of steadily losing the fight, and the establishmentarians on both sides would continue feathering their nests.Read More
Sen. Gary Peters (D-MI) aired his first ad of the campaign Saturday, which uses a line straight out of his opponent’s playbook.
The minute-long ad first aired Saturday during the Michigan-Michigan State basketball game and features Peters’ wife, Colleen, discussing her husband’s military service.Read More