The seven Republican candidates who stood on stage at the Reagan Library during the GOP debate Wednesday took aim at Biden’s border crisis, fired insults at each other, argued over curtains, and were asked to vote one of themselves “off the island,” but what they did not do was speak out against the weaponization of the Department of Justice and the leveling of unrelenting lawfare at their leading candidate for the GOP nomination, President Trump.
The Travis King case is already starting to resemble the Bowe Bergdahl case. King appears to have tried to defect to North Korea.
The second 2024 Republican primary debate provided political fireworks as candidates not named Donald Trump sought the money and support they need to sustain their campaigns through the fall and winter.
The Univision co-host of the Fox News Republican presidential debate reinforced false leftist narratives Wednesday night when pressing Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on his state’s K-12 curriculum.
Dude, we’ve hit a point in this country I don’t know if it’s possible to come back from. Look at this video of a Jack in the Box employee opening fire — OPENING FIRE — on a family in the drive-thru:
The House of Representatives finally overcame a procedural hurdle Tuesday night to allow votes on spending bills after defeating a similar motion twice last week.
On Tuesday, it was revealed by House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer that Hunter Biden had received wires for more than $250,000 from China during the summer of 2019, which listed the Delaware home of Joe Biden as the beneficiary address for the money.
A massive police response has been triggered in Philadelphia’s Center City in reaction to looting at multiple stores.
Perhaps you saw the news last week that two women in their 70s, Jean Marshall and Joan Bell, are each facing up to 11 years in federal prison for blocking the entrance to an abortion clinic in 2020.
Burglars have been raiding yachts and houseboats in the Oakland-Alameda Estuary in a surge one resident compared to the pirate movie “Captain Phillips.”