Was the Capitol Hill breach really just a rally that got way out of hand? Or was it “helped along” by people who weren’t Trump supporters at all?
In our crowded media ecosystem, the biggest story of the week is one the White House is hoping you won’t notice. Inflation grew by 5 percent last month, the sharpest increase in 13 years.
Let me get this straight: Some Republicans are suggesting a gas tax increase to help pay for President Biden’s huge, costly and largely unnecessary infrastructure boondoggle, and Biden rejects the tax-increase offer because it hurts low- and middle-income Americans.
Donald Trump’s 2018 Helsinki summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin was a manifest disgrace. The former president was thoroughly manipulated by Putin into undermining America and its values.
This is not a case about gay rights, as much commentary going into Pride month has put it. This is a case about children and foster families.
Just a few days back, the famous American news programme, NBC’s Meet the Press, opened with a truly Orwell-worthy line: ‘The narrative we all thought we knew was not reality.’
If a government stops enforcing the law, private businesses will not — and cannot — step in to fill the void. San Francisco is refusing to stop shoplifters, and it’s driving businesses, such as Walgreens, out of the Bay Area.
It’s hard to know what’s worse — brainwashing kids or lying about it. Parents worried their kids are being indoctrinated with critical race theory can’t get straight answers.
Left-wing outlets insist it to no end. Whether in The Washington Post, The New Yorker, Slate, The Atlantic, and just recently The New York Times, in voicing concerns over critical race theory, conservatives are rubes igniting a bogus culture war.
Once upon a time not so long ago, Loudoun County, Virginia, was the most conservative county in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
In the past few months, we’ve seen teachers resigning their positions with fiery letters denouncing the “tribalism and sectarianism” that is overtaking traditional liberal education.