President Trump has announced that he will nominate an openly gay attorney to the ultra-liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
More than half of Americans receive more in transfer payments from Washington than they pay in federal taxes, a Congressional Budget Office report shows.
If you ordered both Republican and Democrat absentee ballots and one arrived postage paid while the other didn’t, what would you think? Well, this is precisely the experience one couple had in Leon County, Florida.
Donald Trump, the President of the United States, has been given two gifts: one of his own making; the other from pro-open-borders leftists. Together they bode well for Republicans in the November midterm elections.
Economist Paul Krugman is back making predictions, despite his poor track record as a prophet after the 2016 election.
The question is whether Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell got indigestion the other night at a restaurant called Havana Rumba. Not because the food did the rumba when it hit his tumba, but because loons besieged the senator and his wife.
Democrats in Texas encouraged illegal aliens and noncitizens to cast felonious illegal votes in the upcoming mid-term election, a conservative public-interest legal group alleged in a letter to Texas law enforcement and voting officials.
Apparently referring to human beings as insects is fine with Twitter, so long as you don't express right-wing views at the same time.
She said it was okay for Americans to join the Taliban and fight against America, equated dead illegal aliens with dead U.S. soldiers, called her home state “crazy” and the “meth lab of democracy,” and summoned witches for an anti-war rally. That’s certainly a good résumé for a candidate seeking office in San Francisco, NYC’s Greenwich Village, or Port-au-Prince. But Representative Kyrsten Sinema is running for the Senate from Arizona — and now is running from her past.