When a politician says he wants to “talk,” generally it’s that he wants you to listen. Enter presidential contender Senator Cory Booker (D-N.J.), who recently said that he’s seeking a dialogue about race.
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) unveiled Tuesday her proposal to create a $70-billion federal program to provide free or low-cost childcare for American families.
President Trump told a crowd of Venezuelan émigrés in Miami on February 18: “In Venezuela … socialism is dying, and liberty, prosperity, and democracy are being reborn.”
Sandmann Lawsuit: Post’s Anti-Trump Bias Led to Reckless Disregard, Myriad and Repeated Defamatory ClaimsWritten by R. Cort Kirkwood
Covington kid Nicholas Sandmann’s attorneys filed a lawsuit against the Washington Post, which, despite a request to do so, has refused to retract myriad false and defamatory claims about Sandmann’s “confrontation” with Nathan Phillips.
President Trump has launched a global campaign to end criminalization of homosexuality in countries where homosexual activity is illegal.
Representatives Heather Scott and John Green, two pro-life constitutionalists in the Idaho state legislature, are deadly serious about putting an end to abortion in the Gem State.
Senator Bernie Sanders announced Tuesday morning that he will seek the Democratic Party nomination for president a second time.
In a poll released on February 18, a record percentage of Americans listed government as the most important problem facing the nation.
There is only one reaction anti-gunners have to the ghastly atrocity in Aurora last Friday: more gun laws.
If anything perfectly illustrates today’s characteristic prejudices, it’s how actor Jussie Smollett was hailed after hoaxing while the Covington kids were hoaxed and then hated.
Is it any surprise that the Minneapolis neighborhood dubbed “Little Mogadishu” would seem an awful lot like the real, big Mogadishu?