It’s an interesting marketing approach: Insult the majority of the country and give most of your fans a slap in the face. This is precisely what the NFL has been doing in pandering to its kneeling numbskulls, and now one of the country’s biggest talk-show hosts has said as much in a scathing monologue.
Today a federal appeals court will hear a case brought by Judicial Watch on whether 238 pages of documents concerning Hillary Clinton’s possible involvement in the Whitewater scandal should be made public.
When Donald Trump tweeted his accusation in March that former President Obama’s administration had wiretapped his communications and those of his close associates, the liberal establishment attacked Trump, claiming he was making wild accusations without any basis in truth. It is now clear that Trump was on the right track, and the liberal establishment was — as usual — out in left field. Because now, even CNN is reporting that the Obama administration “wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman” Paul Manafort.
Freedom was a word that might offend the Saudis, so then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton deleted it from her 2010 speech at a women's university in Saudi Arabia, e-mails reveal.
Hillary Clinton — in the classic liberal style that places avoiding personal responsibility above all else — is now blaming her failed bid for the White House on “white women” who didn’t vote for her because their “fathers and husbands and boyfriends and male employers” told them “not to vote for ‘the girl.’”
When a Senate committee sent investigators to question an FBI informant who had been in association with two 9/11 hijackers, then-FBI director Robert Mueller objected.
Judge Roy Moore, assuming he wins both the runoff and the special election, will no doubt give Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell all manner of trouble.
The Virginia Department of Elections announced Friday that it has called for the immediate decertification of Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting equipment in Virginia. The phrase "direct recording" refers to electronic voting equipment where the voters’ choices are transferred directly from the display on the screen to the voting booth’s internal database without any intermediate paper ballot for the voter to verify.
Democrats have twin versions of dangerous legislation, the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2017, pending in the U.S. Senate and House. If allowed to pass, it would use the Indian tribes to inject more voter fraud and corruption into our election process.
More than 6,500 people registered to vote in New Hampshire in 2016 using out-of-state driver’s licenses, but more than 5,300 of them still have not received NH licenses, indicating likely vote fraud.