Presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a pledge to ensure free speech online and has a plan to ban censorship on lawful online speech. Here's the plan: (Full announcement transcription below)…
Hillary Clinton compared former President Donald Trump's Fifth Amendment motion during his New York deposition to the lengthy interrogation she endured in 2015 about Benghazi.Citizens for Ethics sent this tweet,…
The Supreme Court majority by their ruling in Biden vs Texas is now co-conspirator in the Biden administration's refusal to enforce immigration law.
A disturbing new way of campaigning has popped up on the Republican side: labeling other Republican candidates you oppose “RINOs” when they haven’t earned the credentials. Because much of politics…
Will Arizona voters see through the billionaire money influence the GOP Senate primary?
Where is the House committee investigating the violence from the left since Roe v. Wade was overturned?
Lily Tang Williams is ready to take the state of New Hampshire by storm.
Has anyone learned from the California fires or will officials handicap firefighters, ban water use, and let thousands of homes burn again?
Many soldiers were young boys when they gave what they had for our country. They gave up two lives. The one they were living, and they one they would've lived.
Why is the left so hyped up on the Ukraine? And why are they misrepresenting the right's position?
This is why former liberals support MAGA. An America-first strategy is better than hate, division, and virtue signaling.
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing Arizona State University.
Nick Griemsmann's incredible story has now led him to running for the Phoenix City Council.
Joe Biden's latest overreach targets law-abiding gun owners and doesn't address "ghost guns."
Justice could still prevail for wrongly imprisoned real estate broker Tony Viola.
There is a lot to be frustrated about as 2021 has just come to an end. Some places are back in lockdown over rising coronavirus cases, while others are re-imposing previous restrictions and introducing new ones—including my city.
Picture a young Isaac Newton, Madame Curie, Henri Poincare, Srinivasa Ramanujan, Albert Einstein, Alan Turing, or, for that matter, Pythagoras, Euclid, or Archimedes as newly enrolled in a Portland, Oregon grade school.
When Jessica Gregory and her husband moved from the Washington, D.C. area in 2020 to a suburban community north of Boston, they expected to find a school for their children that was similar in quality to the one they left behind.
The history of compulsory schooling laws says a lot about their true purpose.
As inflation rates continue to rise, gas prices go up, supply chain issues, and nine months of utter incompetence, we are seeing push back at every level.