When we look at this week’s protests during the Trump -- Pence inauguration and their potential for violence we need to see most protesters for what they are; victims of Far-Left propaganda and the cult of political correctness.
In response to Kellogg’s advertising boycott of Breitbart, the popular conservative website has launched its own counter-boycott of Kellogg’s urging its populist – conservative readers to boycott the mega-brand’s processed food products.
The revelation that Trump paid a Breitbart editor is really no surprise at all. In fact, it’s a relief. I’d hate to think that they support him so fervently and get nothing at all for it.
Sen. Jeanne Shaheen's campaign barred BreitbartNews reporter Matt Boyle from attending one of their open to the media events. Shaheen showed that she's been one of Obama’s biggest Senate supporters and that she approves of his running roughshod over the inconvenient freedom of the press.
Since when does the Department of Justice coordinate with an obviously liberal media organization to go after a conservative reporter? It’s official: At least since 2011.
Ted Cruz wasted no time writing a letter to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen regarding the audit calling out the Obama IRS for behaving like a partisan political organization and questioning the decision to audit a conservative news outlet.
Matthew Boyle’s reporting on the Mississippi Republican primary was not only insightful, it exposed the dark underbelly of how the Republican establishment will use any tactic and go to any length – including allegedly bribing Democrats to vote in the Mississippi Republican Senate runoff – to stay in power.
The Republican establishment is playing games to stay in power, and the losers in the game are the people of Tennessee, you the American taxpayer, and your children and grandchildren.
Please allow us to connect the dots and make the case that Speaker Boehner, Majority Leader Eric Cantor and GOP Whip Kevin McCarthy are just plain lying when they or their spokesmen say there’s no plan to move an amnesty bill in the House this year.
“Despite the false statements in the FWD.us ads, Congresswoman Ellmers has made her position on illegal immigration clear,” Rosemary Jenks of NumbersUSA said. “She supports granting legal status to illegal aliens, and that is amnesty.
Rand Paul blasted fellow GOP Sen.
Cruz warns of the Obama Administration efforts to make Texas buckle under a torrent of federal rules and regulations. Obamacare’s unconstitutional, unfunded mandate to expand Medicaid in our state has gained some attention. But Cruz is certain Texas will stay red.
Unlike establishment Republicans who continue to do interviews with activist liberal Democrats, like ABC's George Stephanopoulos, Democrats are way too smart to hand-over the power to set the national conversation on their issues to the conservative journalists of FOX News.
If you believe, as we do, that the federal government has been overreaching and spending way beyond its means, then call your Congressman and Senators and tell them “no year-end rush, no midnight votes,” particularly on amnesty, judicial nominations and big spending bills like the Farm Bill.
Obama’s use of the Pope’s words to justify his socialist income redistribution schemes is another demonstration of just how cynical Obama and his secular liberal allies are. To them Christianity isn’t a wholly formed worldview with salvation through Jesus Christ at the center, it is merely a smorgasbord to which they can belly up once in a while to choose a few morsels that support their agenda.
Why are Karl Rove and his establishment Republican patrons apparently faltering, while the allegedly unsophisticated amateurs of the Tea Party are building on their grassroots base to raise a national war chest?
After suspending Alec Baldwin's show for anti-gay comments he made off-air, MSNBC hasn't taken action against Martin Bashir for vile comments suggesting that someone should defecate and urinate on Sarah Palin.
The one establishment Republican politician who arguably came out better than anyone else in the deal to end the stand-off over defunding ObamaCare and imposing real spending reform on the federal government was the Senate’s Republican Minority Leader, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky.