All establishment efforts to derail former Judge Roy Moore's campaign for a Senate seat seem to have failed so far, and he is likely on his way to victory this coming Tuesday.
What do you get when you spend thousands of pounds sending a reporter to Australia to dig up dirt on GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore? If you’re the left-wing Guardian newspaper, not much apparently.
President Trump has urged Alabama voters to elect former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore to the Senate in the December 12 special election.
The Senate voted early Saturday morning along party lines to pass the tax-reform bill Republicans desperately need to help them during mid-term elections next year, with Republican Senator Bob Corker the only "conservative" with the temerity even to ask about the impact the final bill will have on the national debt.
It is becoming increasingly clear that the real agenda of the leadership of Black Lives Matter has little to do with advancing the lives of black people.
Mo Brooks, who ran against Roy Moore in the Republican Senate primary, believes Moore is telling the truth and that the yearbook inscription used in ugly accusation against him is a forgery.
Poll results released on Monday and Tuesday show that Roy Moore has regained the lead over Doug Jones in the battle for the Alabama Senate seat left vacant by Jeff Sessions, though Jones has outspent Moore 10 to one.
While honoring Native Americans who were “code-talkers” during World War II, President Donald Trump on Monday once again succumbed to the temptation to use the moment to call out Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren by her “nickname” Pocahontas, refreshing Americans' memories to the fact that she had once claimed that she had Native American ancestors, apparently falsely.
The allegations against Moore are increasingly shrill and fantastic. Are the accusations real, or is our political process being corrupted?