Policy and Politics

Democratic bill would create public registry of gun owners, their guns, and where they keep them

A Democratic bill introduced in the House of Representatives this year aims to create a mandatory and publicly accessible registry listing th

Kamala Harris Is Now Making Joe Biden’s Head Of State Calls For Him

Vice President Kamala Harris has begun to take calls on behalf of President Joe Biden, raising questions about his ability to do the job of P

House GOP leaders demand answers from Nancy Pelosi

A letter was sent to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday signed by many ranking House members, asking her to answer "many important question

Parler resumes operations on new servers and maintains free speech model

Parler announced on Monday that it will resume operations on a new platform after previously being removed from Amazon servers due to dispute

'Constitutional Cancel Culture': Defense Rips Dems' Case

Former President Donald Trump’s defense lawyer Michael van der Veen started his defense at Friday's Senate impeachment trial arguing Democrat

Cuomo’s Top Aide Confesses State Covered Up Nursing Home Death Toll

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s top aide admitted the state’s top office purposefully hid the nursing home COVID-19 death toll out of fear of a

Disney Under Fire After Lucasfilm Drops Actress Gina Carano

The hashtag #CancelDisneyPlus became a top trend late Wednesday on Twitter after Lucasfilm fired actress Gina Carano from the cast of the pop

Georgia election board launches investigation into Raphael Warnock over voter registration misconduct

Unsurprisingly, Warnock's alleged voter registration misconduct connected to Stacey Abrams.

Former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel jumps into Senate race

Former Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel (R) jumped into the Senate race to replace outgoing Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) Wednesday.

First vote of Senate impeachment trial signals Trump acquittal likely to follow

Democrats make emotional appeal, while Trump lawyers prepare to turn tables on president's accusers.

WHO Panel Says COVID Lab Leak Theory

A joint Chinese and World Health Organization panel investigating COVID-19’s origins said Tuesday it’s highly unlikely that the virus acciden

Trump Impeachment Trial Begins

Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial will begin Tuesday, with Democrats set to argue that the Constitution permits them to impeach the for

Alarm Over Biden’s $1.9 Trillion Covid Bill

One of the world’s leading liberal economists dealt Joe Biden a blow in recent days, warning that the president’s $1.9 trillion covid relief

ACLU Shifts Mission Toward Advancing ‘Racial Justice’ Policies, Including Reparations

The American Civil Liberties Union is set to announce Monday that it is shifting toward advocating for an aggressive racial justice agenda, i

Supreme Court to consider election lawsuits in February

The Supreme Court on Friday listed several high-profile election lawsuits for consideration at its mid-February conference.

64% of Republicans would leave GOP for new third party founded by Trump

Former President Donald Trump has floated the idea of forming a 'Patriot Party'

Michigan ‘Let Them Play,’ Students, Parents Win: Gretchen Whitmer Caves, Starts Winter School Sports

Organized students and parents scored a victory over Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) when she backed down Wednesday and authorized winter

AOC Wasn’t Inside Capitol Building On Jan 6, Despite Claiming To Have Been Nearly Assassinated

AOC wasn’t even in the Capitol building where all the action was going down. If she was in her office, she was in the Cannon Building which i

Bezos Steps Down

Jeff Bezos is stepping down from his position as chief executive of Amazon.

Supreme Court cancels hearing on border wall

The Supreme Court on Wednesday canceled two upcoming hearings on the border wall and another Trump administration immigration policy, grantin