The November ballot initiative in California could, if passed, lead to two more states and four more “progressive” Democrat U.S. senators.
The ban on so-called “assault weapons” passed unanimously by the Deerfield, Illinois, Village Board of Trustees in early April was tossed by a court before the ban could be implemented on June 13.
President Trump said he will “probably” support a bill that would permit states to set their own marijuana policies.
The spot earned by a Republican, John Cox, on the gubernatorial ballot in California, has huge implications for determining which party winds up in charge of the House of Representatives in November.
With many successful Democrat candidates for president — Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama — emerging from relative obscurity to capture the White House, could the elites be grooming a little-known governor of Colorado to take on Trump in 2020?
When does diversity become “dieversity”? Perhaps when race and ethnicity are prioritized over competence when hiring air-traffic controllers. This is precisely what’s happening, too, under Obama-era FAA “diversity” rules — created because the air-traffic-control corps was “too white.”
When Utahn Joshua Holt met with President Donald Trump at the White House late Saturday night, he said he was “overwhelmed with gratitude” over his release on Friday from two years in a filthy Venezuelan prison.
The silver lining in the Florida grocery store chain's buckling to radical bullying is that perhaps left-wing causes will also be defunded.