As the spread of COVID-19 begins to slow nationwide, some governors are proving to be more serious than others about what comes next. As the coronavirus spread slows, governors are responding in different, sometimes...
"I have to call it where it came from. It did come from China, so I think it's a very accurate term." On Wednesday, President Donald Trump defended calling the Wuhan virus...
Mounting evidence suggests that if you don’t smoke or aren’t 70 or older or have underlying health conditions, you’ll be fine—although you can spread it to other, more vulnerable people. The latest information on Coronavirus COVID-19,...
The New York Times admitted on Thursday that the Obama administration deployed multiple spies against the Trump campaign in 2016, confirming recent comments by Attorney General William Barr that 'spying did occur' during the campaign.
The day of Attorney General Bill Barr’s testimony in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, there was, as always, a selective leak dropped into the fray. With bated breath, we learned Special Counsel Robert Mueller had sent...
There are rules against using the power and authority of a prosecutor to smear a defendant without giving him his day in court. CNN recently published an article arguing that Special Counsel Robert Mueller should not...
The mainstream media convinced a large portion of the American public that their elected president was illegitimate, playing straight into Vladimir Putin's hands. For the past two years, the mainstream media has reported hysterically...
Robert Mueller’s special counsel was presented to the American public as unimpeachable. From its beginning, a distinct minority in politics and media, including several Federalist writers, were skeptical, citing the special counsel’s past prosecutorial abuses, the past alleged misconduct of its...
With a veneer of impartiality, fact-checkers engage in a uniquely dishonest style of partisanship. If media wants to challenge the context and politics of Republican arguments, that’s their prerogative. There are plenty of legitimately...
By a 68-23 margin, the Senate decided we haven’t spilled enough blood, broken enough soldiers, or spent enough money on Afghanistan.  The U.S. Senate cannot agree on anything. They are so mired in partisan...
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