Politics

Romney Gives Up Trying to Stop Donald Trump

According to CNN, Mitt Romney is abandoning his search for a third-party candidate to run against Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. After launching a withering attack on Trump in the primaries, Romney became one of the chief figureheads of the NeverTrump movement. While other Republicans were looking to unite behind the presumptive nominee, Romney – along with Bill Kristol, Erick ...

Read More »

Trump’s Conservative Court Picks Ease Fears

Donald Trump this week announced a list of 11 Supreme Court Justices that he hopes to nominate as president. This was perhaps the biggest roadblock Trump faced when trying to get conservatives fully behind his candidacy. While there will still be holdouts, this list should go a long way towards unifying the party. “I have a lot of people that ...

Read More »

9/11 Families Await Obama’s Decision

The Senate passed a bill this week that would let families of 9/11 victims sue the Saudi Arabian government, a measure opposed by President Obama and (of course) the Saudi government. For once, Senate Democrats are on the opposite side of the Obama administration, which has insisted that such legislation would harm the U.S.’s own claims to sovereign immunity. Critics ...

Read More »

Blue Lives Matter? Not at Dartmouth

At the campus of Dartmouth College, activism is welcomed, but only if that activism falls in line with leftist principles. No, the faculty at the Ivy League institution isn’t bringing this philosophy down from the top, but the students involved with Black Lives Matter have made the point quite clear. If there is any other message out there other than ...

Read More »

Democrats Admit It: Hillary’s a Weak Nominee

After maintaining for months that Hillary Clinton would trounce Donald Trump in a general election matchup, Democratic insiders are starting to recognize the truth. According to a new story in the Washington Post, several strategists are fretting about Hillary’s ability to bring it home in November. The Post spoke to more than a dozen Clinton allies to find deep strains ...

Read More »

Liberals Slam MO Gun Bill as Modern “Lynching”

This week, the Missouri legislature passed a new gun bill that would dramatically increase the strength of the Second Amendment. The bill, vigorously opposed by national gun-control groups like Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety, will now go to Gov. Jay Nixon, a Democrat who has yet to indicate whether or not he will sign it into law. The bill ...

Read More »

Open-Borders Activist: “I Hardly Recognize” Today’s America

Jorge Ramos, an immigration activist masquerading as a journalist, wrote an essay this week expressing his disappointment in Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz for turning their backs on the Hispanic community. According to Ramos (who, if he was being honest, would admit that he would never vote for a Republican presidential candidate regardless of their ethnic background or immigration policies), ...

Read More »

New Documentary Could Destroy Hillary’s Presidential Bid

Last summer, author Peter Schweizer published a book called Clinton Cash that made a number of shocking allegations against both Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton. Few of the allegations were completely provable, but even liberal media outlets like the New York Times and the Washington Post found merit in the book’s premise: that the Clintons have recklessly traded ...

Read More »

House Republicans to IRS: Where’s All This Money Coming From?

Only three months ago, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress that his agency needed a billion-dollar boost in budget funds to hire more auditors and enforcement agents. But now, Koskinen has announced that the IRS is getting ready to hire up to 700 new employees for enforcement purposes with or without a budget increase from Washington. Naturally, House Oversight and ...

Read More »

The Anti-Conservative World of Facebook News

From the moment Facebook launched its trending news section in 2014, the company insisted that it was an unfiltered list of the stories users were reading and sharing. But according to a new feature article in Gizmodo, curators were regularly told to filter out news that would appeal to conservative users. They interviewed several former Facebook employees to find that ...

Read More »