Hundreds of millions for woke public art aimed to stoke victimologies.
Oregon’s decriminalization of hard narcotics should compel the feds to end the ambiguity over drug policy — while respecting state
Starting Monday, officers must identify themselves as “police” and announce their purpose as “search warrant” before entering any domicile —
Sgt. Colin Langsdale said he believed Valencia had a gun. Other witnesses at the scene said they also believed he
The biggest impact of defunding will be that responses to calls for service will be lengthened, putting citizens at risk
Reading Time: 7 minutes Another excerpt from Jon Larsen’s book, The Perfect Assignment: A Memoir of Journalism in the Golden
Reading Time: 3 minutes Trump Races to Weaken Environmental and Worker Protections, and Implement Other Last-Minute Policies (Gerry) The author
The ‘Great Reset’ masterminded by the World Economic Forum is just corporatism by another name.
This holiday season, ignore the ‘buy-small/buy-local’ nonsense.
So comes a close to five years of vain wishing.
From all of us at the Center for Responsive Politics, Happy Thanksgiving. Stay safe and enjoy the holiday! We’ll be
Thursday on the NewsHour, the U.S. Supreme Court blocks New York’s limits on religious gatherings, Americans adapt to a dramatically
If you were POTUS and you had previous knowledge of this video or other information indicating exactly how the vote tallies were manipulated with attempts at concealment, would you hand over the election to corrupt Joe Biden?
It now becomes obvious why the Dominion hard drives were secured from Germany.
Reading Time: 5 minutes When Spanish dictator Francisco Franco died on November 20, 1975, former US President Richard Nixon described
Reading Time: 24 minutes Rarely do we have guests back on this podcast after only three months. But then rarely
Reflections on service and citizenship.
Will he follow the example of Andrew Jackson, who went on to victory, or sore loser Hillary Clinton?
Howell Township Police Officer Nocholas Volpe was seen on his body camera and his vehicle’s dash cam rescuing the man.
Three men, including a 17-year-old and a convicted felon 19 days into two years of probation, were hunting for rivals when they fired on Chicago
“She had just gotten off work and fell asleep,” police Lt. Dave Bair said. “I believe she lives in Sebring.
President Trump’s pardon not only ends any injustice to Flynn, but it restores the proper balance to the separation of
Wednesday on the NewsHour, President Trump grants his former national security adviser a full pardon despite his guilty plea for
On the menu today: Palantir shares skyrocket, a giant of labor economics passes away, Slack in acquisition talks with Salesforce,
Almost as soon as the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic in March, contact tracing apps seem to
Blinken’s contributions comprise part of a trend of State Department employees historically giving more cash to Democratic candidates than Republican
All mandatory-voting advocates are doing is further degrading the importance of elections and incentivizing more demagoguery.
Americana for our age: Booze, opioids, and ignorance. But Glenn Close, at least, sails past the white-trash clichés.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Nearly 18,000 Airport Workers Sealed In for Testing After 7 COVID Cases Detected (Dana) The author
The president plans to include Flynn in a series pardons he will issue before leaving office.
The New York governor said reporters had adopted a “nastier tone” and “disrespect that never existed” toward politicians.
Reading Time: 6 minutes While the transition to the Biden administration is finally underway, President Donald Trump’s legal grounds for
City Councilor John Steinman said Wednesday that the “compromise” resolution, which calls for 22 different flags to be flown over
The council, in an 8-1 vote to retool Mayor Jenny Durkan’s 2021 budget with changes of their own, opted to
One of the officers was left bleeding heavily from a wound to his right upper thigh, while the other was
Tuesday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden moves quickly on the transition to the White House, the troubling surge continues
On the menu today: Dow moves up, Yellen to move in, GMO and vaccines, urban tax crunches, a secret Chinese
The president has still refused to concede the election and is continuing to contest the results of the election in
The two cases contrast in important ways.
The drugmaker, in a virtual hearing, admitted to obstructing the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s efforts to fight the opioid addiction
Reading Time: 3 minutes Why Republican Voters Say There’s ‘No Way in Hell’ Trump Lost (Reader Steve) The author writes,
In June 2020, Malawi’s opposition leader, Lazarus Chakwera, defeated Peter Mutharika in a rerun presidential election. With last year’s poll
The Buffalo diocese shielded dozens of priests credibly accused of sexual assault, according to the lawsuit.
About 1.04 million people passed through security checkpoints at airports on Sunday.
Reading Time: 5 minutes President Trump is in denial, and as a result so are his supporters. Much like a
The deputy had restrained both subjects with handcuffs behind their back. However, the woman was able to slip off one
The round went through his hand and was stopped by the trooper’s body armor, preventing additional injury.
Christopher Samayoa was days out of the Police Academy when he shot 42-year-old Keita O’Neil in the head during a
Monday on the NewsHour, President-elect Joe Biden announced several top cabinet positions, and the General Services Administration opened up the
Biden wants Antony Blinken — an establishment favorite who has been wrong on nearly every foreign-policy issue in the past
On the menu today: the return of active management, how COVID-19 affects trust in scientists, lessons from Japan, and another