Pennsylvania is key for Trump in November, and the tide is swinging toward him in the Keystone State.
Can the Biden/Harris campaign change its anti-American messaging in time to save it from oblivion in November?
In separate incidents Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris agree: Harris will run the show if he's elected.
Biden uses the attempted murder of two sheriff's deputies in California to push his fanatical anti-gun rights agenda.
The endorsement of President Trump by 235 active and retired military leaders on Monday is an important one, adding to the 60-plus pages of endorsements at Wikipedia that the president has already received.
The New York Times warns of U.S. armed forces veterans joining militias in order to enforce Trump administration policies.
“What do we want? Dead cops! When do we want them? Now!” It would surprise many, given mainstream media suppression of truth, to learn that the preceding was chanted by Black Lives Matter protesters. What’s even more surprising, however, is that such sentiments aren’t limited to street rabble but are echoed by the powerful and supposedly sophisticated — in think tanks, political office, and elsewhere.
Rioters began rampaging through Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Sunday after an officer shot a white Hispanic man who was chasing him with a knife.
Increasingly polls are just another tool being used to denigrate the president and oppose his reelection efforts.
Attorney General William Barr has a unique perspective on how the media is reporting the news. His views are the same as those reported by the Knight Foundation.