Sessions Willing to Recuse Himself From Russian Investigation

Attorney General Jeff Sessions told reporters on Thursday that he would keep open the possibility of appointing a special prosecutor to investigate Russia’s involvement in the 2016 election. “I have said whenever

The Night Donald Trump TRULY Became the 45th President of the United States

For anyone still waiting for Donald Trump to “become presidential,” Tuesday night’s address to Congress gave them the moment they’ve been craving. From the moment he walked onto the House floor, Trump

NYT Writer Warns of “White Nationalist Takeover” in America

If you thought the U.S. edition of The New York Times was bad, you should see what they publish for readers overseas. On the front page of Tuesday’s international version of the

Can Republicans Find an Obamacare Replacement to Agree On?

The (second to) last man standing in the 2016 election, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, paid a visit to the White House on Friday to talk healthcare with President Trump. Kasich, who has

Biased Media Trying to Hide the Truth of Town Hall Protests

As we’ve discussed here before, the line between liberal, biased media and fair, ethical journalism isn’t always as cut-and-dried as the phrase “fake news” makes it seem. While there are examples of

Bannon at CPAC: “Every Day, It is Going to Be a Fight”

White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon made a rare public appearance at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday, joining Reince Priebus on stage for a half-hour interview with American Conservative Union

Sanity at Last: Trump Admin Scraps Transgender Bathroom Directive

Last May, the Obama administration saw what was happening in North Carolina with HB2 and recognized yet another opportunity to gain political favor with the far left. In addition to filing injunctions

Texas Judge Protects Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid Money

A federal judge issued an injunction Tuesday preventing the state of Texas from defunding Planned Parenthood. The state attempted to keep Medicaid dollars from flowing into the abortionist’s coffers after a series

Even Grammar is Racist in Liberal Academia

We tend to assume that liberals and conservatives are natural “enemies” when it comes to the direction of the country – two polarities fighting for very different versions of the future. Free-market

Rand Paul Bashes John McCain for Sniping at the President

Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. John McCain are from different ends of the Republican ideological spectrum, but they are alike in many ways – including their willingness to part with their GOP