By Stephen Moore | Creators.com  If you think the supply chain problems, empty shelves in stores and higher inflation are problems now, wait a few weeks; they are likely to get worse. And this isn't…

by Zachary Halaschak | Washington Examiner A controversial proposal to have banks report account information to the IRS is likely dead, Sen. Joe Manchin said Tuesday. The centrist and key swing vote on the partisan legislation said on Tuesday…

BY KATHERINE HAMILTON | Breitbart.com  The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a Democrat-damning poll report on Tuesday, showing the GOP leading on the generic ballot in 85 battleground congressional districts, 43 percent to 40 percent. “It is not…

By Kurt Schlichter | TownHall.com  Alec Baldwin got to play his dream role last week, and unfortunately for an innocent woman, it was a method-acting version of Ted Kennedy. Now, you note that I am…

W.G. RAMIREZ  | ASSOCIATED PRESS LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr found inactive tight end Darren Waller on the sideline during Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles to let him know…

By Lorenz Duchamps | The Epoch Times The Illinois Supreme Court ruled on Oct. 21 that two taxes on guns and ammunition in Cook County violate the state’s constitution because they affect law-abiding citizens’ Second Amendment right to acquire firearms…

Adam Kredo | The Washington Free Beacon A Republican senator is demanding the Biden administration hand Congress all documents and internal communications related to its decision to release more than half a million illegal immigrants…

By Ryan Saavedra | The DailyWire.com  Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill into law on Monday that effectively bans biological males from being able to compete against biological females in public schools. The…

By Bethany Blankley | JustTheNews.com  Arizona state Sen. Wendy Rogers, a Republican, published a letter to the American people following the release of the Maricopa County audit results on Sept. 24 calling for forensic audits of all…

Jessica Bursztynsky | CNBC.com House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that Democrats are close to finalizing an agreement on the social safety net plan that would allow for the bipartisan infrastructure bill to move forward.…

By Nicholas Ballasy | JustTheNews.com  The United States recorded 192,001 encounters with immigrants last month along the country's southwest border with Mexico, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The agency on Friday reported 1.7 million apprehensions…

By Samantha Kubota | Today.com Even though her father, the late actor Paul Walker, couldn't walk her down the aisle, Meadow Walker had the next best thing: her father's “Fast & Furious” co-star and close friend, Vin Diesel. The 22-year-old model married actor…

By The Center Square Staff The Ohio Senate has solidified gun rights, limited government power in an emergency and clarified knives are included in the right to bear arms. Senate Bill 185, which passed 23-7, stops…

By WENDELL HUSEBØ | Breitbart.com President Joe Biden has not held a formal press conference in 100 days as of Saturday, the Republican National Committee’s (RNC) research team discovered. According to the RNC, Biden’s last…

By Naomi Lim | Washington Examiner President Joe Biden has dished on his closed-door negotiations with congressional Democrats over his $2 trillion social welfare and climate spending package. But the White House and Capitol Hill's lack of…

BY RUSTY WEISS | The Political Insider Montana Governor Greg Gianforte demanded a halt to the Biden administration’s resettlement program following news that an Afghan evacuee has been charged with rape in the city of Missoula.…

By Gordon Chan | 19fortyfive.com  “He is just too old and likes to bluff, doesn’t know what he is talking about,” tweeted China Daily’s Chen Weihua on Friday, referring to President Joe Biden. On Thursday, Biden told CNN’s…

By Houston Keene | Fox News A national park in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco district that is set to receive $200 million from taxpayers includes several Pelosi donors on its trust board, Fox News has learned. House Democrats' proposed…

By Katie Pavlich | TownHall.com  Inflation is raging, the supply chain is backed up, illegal immigration at the southern border just hit a new high, American ports are overwhelmed with stagnant cargo, China just launched…

By Anna Giaritelli | Washington Examiner Nearly 2 million people were encountered by federal law enforcement while attempting to enter the United States illegally over the past year. Data released Friday afternoon by U.S. Customs and Border Protection…

By Emily Zanotti | The Dailywire.com Republican leader Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland during a House Oversight Committee hearing on Department of Justice procedures Thursday, demanding to know whether the DOJ…

By Desmond Lachman | 19fortyfive.com  When it comes to major economic imbalances, the most dangerous five words that economic policymakers can utter are “this time will be different”. By lulling themselves into a state of…

By Daniel Davis | 19fortyfive.com  Calls by U.S. leaders to extend security guarantees to Taiwan against an aggressive China are on the rise. American pundits have likewise been eager and disturbingly casual about offering up U.S. service members to go and…

By Yun Li | CNBC.com Digital World Acquisition Corp., the SPAC that is taking former President Trump’s planned social media platform public, soared Friday following a massive rally in the previous session. The SPAC, which…

By Robert Spencer | PJMedia.com A woman who uses the apt TikTok handle @my.data.not.yours has posted a video detailing the truly shocking extent of Amazon’s surveillance of her daily life. She requested “all the data Amazon has…

By Jarryd Jaeger | The Post Millennial Despite the temporary closure of its downtown San Francisco location by the city's department of public health, In-N-Out Burger continues to refuse to enforce vaccine mandates in Contra…

By SHELBY TALCOTT | The DailyCaller.com President Joe Biden said Thursday that first responders and police officers who refuse vaccine mandates should be forced to remain at home or be fired. Biden issued vaccine mandates or weekly…

By  Eric Quintanar | The DailyWire.com The Biden administration announced plans to roll out a COVID-19 vaccination program for young children, between the ages of 5 and 11, should regulators approve of shots for them in…

KATIE JERKOVICH | DailyCaller.com Megyn Kelly said her son’s school told third-grade boys about how they could “take a pill to prevent puberty” so they can later have genitals “chopped off.” “Okay, so they unleashed…

by Naomi Lim | The Washington Examiner President Joe Biden's travel schedule is raising eyebrows as he tries to rally liberal and centrist Democrats around his infrastructure, social welfare, and climate spending priorities. But instead of…

by Jerry Dunleavy | Washington Examiner Special counsel John Durham provided 81,000 pages of discovery to indicted Democratic lawyer Michael Sussmann in his criminal inquiry into the Russia investigation, court filings show. The reams of documents, which reveal…

By Dennis Prager | TownHall.com  As I have noted repeatedly, liberalism and leftism have virtually nothing in common. In fact, leftism is the enemy of liberalism — as a handful of liberals such as former…

By John Hayward | Breitbart.com North Korea conducted its latest provocative missile test on Tuesday, sending two ballistic missiles into the Sea of Japan. One of the missiles appears to have been launched offshore, possibly…

By Becky Noble | The Political Insider Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) sent a clear message to the Biden administration and the nation during a visit to Jacksonville Tuesday morning: “Florida ports are open for business.” As…

By Libby Emmons | The Post Millennial Workers who do not submit to the requirement will be placed on unpaid leave. The mayor's office intends to try to negotiate with the labor unions that represent…

By Berkeley Lovelace Jr | CNBC.com The White House on Wednesday outlined its plan to distribute doses of Pfizer and BioNTech’s Covid-19 vaccines to kids ages 5 to 11 as soon as it’s authorized by U.S. drug regulators.…

By THOMAS CATENACCI | The DailyCaller.com Democrats have inserted numerous provisions and subsidy programs into their $3.5 trillion budget that would benefit green energy companies and speed the transition to renewables. “The whole thing is…

by Jerry Dunleavy | Washington Examiner Lawyers for former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit on Monday against the House select committee investigating the Capitol riot, asking a federal judge to stop the National Archives from handing over…

By Miranda Devine, Jack Morphet, Kevin Sheehan, Christopher Sadowski, and Bruce Golding NY Post Planeloads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York in an effort by President Biden’s administration to quietly resettle them…

By Tim Lynch | https://www.milehighreport.com/ In one of the most embarrassing home defeats in team history, the Denver Broncos were completely dominated by a team without a head coach in the Las Vegas Raiders. The Denver Broncos came…

By Melissa Quinn | CBS News Washington — Former Secretary of State Colin Powell died Monday morning due to complications from COVID-19, his family announced. He was 84. Powell, the first Black secretary of state and…

By Mark W. Sanchez | NY Post If Cam Newton remains unsigned, it’s not going to be because of his vaccination status. The free agent quarterback has now received the COVID-19 jab, according to NFL Network. Newton, who…

By Dom Calicchio | Fox News President Biden will undergo a physical examination soon but no specific date has been set, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at a news briefing Thursday. Video from the briefing shows Psaki fielding…

By Audrey Conklin, Paul Steinhauser | Fox News  President Biden appears to be leaning more on his former boss as the White House comes under increased pressure to improve the nation's economy and outlook on the future of the Democratic Party. Former President…

By Daniel Canova | Fox News The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Tuesday that they will remove former Super Bowl-winning head coach Jon Gruden from their Ring of Honor after The New York Times reported that he made racist,…

By Paulina Dedaj | Fox News The NBA has announced that players who miss games because of local health mandates will not be paid. The Brooklyn Nets won’t allow Kyrie Irving to participate in any team activities until he gets the…

By Colton Salaz | JustTheNews.com  A Florida county got slapped with a $3.5 million fine Tuesday after the state’s health department said it was in violation of the state’s ban on vaccine passports. According to the Daily…

By Bethany Blakely | JustTheNews.com Oil and gas supply is too low to meet U.S. demand, due to a combination of factors, including halting of new leases on federal land, halting the Keystone Pipeline, and…

BY ARIS FOLLEY | The Hill Rep. John Yarmuth (D-Ky.), chairman of the House Budget Committee, announced on Tuesday that he will not be seeking reelection. “The truth be told, I never expected to be in Congress this…

By Andrew Mark Miller | Fox News Hunter is facing an FBI investigation into his finances. A report published Tuesday contends that President Joe Biden could get tied up in the ongoing FBI investigation into his son Hunter Biden’s finances…

By Joy Pullmann | The Federalist It is clear that Democrats believe there is nothing they can do that would get most American parents to take their kids out of public schools where leftists flagrantly…

By Bongino Reports Team A wildly mocked video (below) was released last week that shows VP Kamala Harris telling kids about NASA in an awkward and overly excited manner – and it turns out the…

By The Center Square Staff Food prices hit a 10-year high worldwide, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index. U.S. companies are feeling the pinch, resorting to increasing prices to offset their costs to…

by Daniel Chaitin | The Washington Examiner Former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said a raft of documents he provided to special counsel John Durham supports additional charges in his criminal inquiry into the Russia investigation. A…

By the NY Post Editorial Board Halloween came early this year, courtesy of the Biden administration. While the president is primarily to blame for the choices in Afghanistan, the border and holding an infrastructure bill…

By Nick Arama | RedState.com The chanting movement started at the beginning of September with ‘F**k Joe Biden,’ seemingly born out of frustration with Biden for all the things he was doing wrong — from Afghanistan to…

By Anthony D'Alessandro | Deadline.com Saturday AM: Refresh for chart and more analysis The wait is over as the 25th Bond finally hit U.S. movie screens yesterday grossing $23.3M, including $6.3M previews, on its way to a weekend of $60M at…

The Post Millennial Staff The former President blasted President Joe Biden for his disastrous policies and was equally heated when talking about the Senate minority leader. Former President Donald Trump said during an interview with…

By Bonchie | RedState.com Some days ago, Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, who is one of the moderates holding up Biden’s “build back better” agenda, was accosted and filmed in a public bathroom. The illegal immigrant activists blistered her for not…

by Katherine Doyle | The Washington Examiner The White House confirmed that President Joe Biden has waived executive privilege on an initial set of documents produced at the request of the Jan. 6 committee. “The president has determined…

Hannah Nightingale | The Post Millenial On Friday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that makes the state the first in the country to require ethnic studies courses for all public high school students mandatory…

By Brie Stimson | Fox News Several top members of the Biden administration were in Mexico City on Friday for a meeting with Mexican officials regarding security along the U.S.-Mexico border. But Vice President Kamala Harris wasn't among them. Harris, whom President Biden appointed in…

By Ari Hoffman | The Post Millennial Though the vast majority of players in the league, at least 95 per cent, are reportedly vaccinated, some high-profile names including Kyrie Irving and Jonathan Isaac, have yet…

By Joseph Simonson | The Washington Free Beacon Internal deliberations come after crisis in Del Rio, Texas. The crisis on the southwest border is forcing the Department of Homeland Security to consider flying migrants all…

By Bethany Blankley | JustTheNews.com Under $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill, businesses not complying with Biden OSHA vaccine mandate would be subject to fines ranging from $70,000 to $700,000, according to OpenTheBooks.com. Tucked inside the $3.5 trillion…

By WENDELL HUSEBØ | Breitbart.com Hunter Biden, the president’s son, reportedly sold at least five pieces of art for $75,000 each at his Los Angeles exhibit on October 1. “The Georges Berges Gallery sold the…

Associated Press Connecticut governor says, 'Despite our best gun safety laws, we have more damn guns on the street than we ever had before. The governors of four northeastern states agreed Thursday to share information…

by BRIANNA LYMAN | DailyCaller.com  children. “Nearly 900,000 children have been hospitalized with Covid-19 since the pandemic began, and about 520 have died,” NYT reporter Apoorva Mandavilli initially wrote. An updated correction said the original publication “misstated the…

By Thomas Barrabi | FOXBusiness  Senators voted to approve a short-term increase to the federal debt ceiling on Thursday night, ending a weekslong standoff on Capitol Hill and likely averting a default that could have triggered a recession. Senate…

by Matt Palumbo | Bongino.com The September jobs report was just released, and it’s yet the latest disappointment that Bidenomics has produced. According to CNBC: Nonfarm payrolls rose by just 194,000 in the month, compared to the…

By Roger L. Simon | RealClearWire A bit more information has emerged from the John Durham investigation into Russiagate (or “Spygate,” as it is known hereabouts). This is due to what is likely a leak from one…

By John Hayward | Breitbart.com In an op-ed published by Foreign Affairs on Tuesday, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen warned that China’s increasingly aggressive behavior toward her island could be the prelude to an invasion that would be…

by Luke Gentile | The Washington Examiner The summer spike in COVID-19 cases, due primarily to the delta variant, was the final significant wave of the pandemic to hit the United States, the former Food and Drug Administration…

By John Rigolizzo | The DailyWire Gas prices rose to the highest levels since 2014, amid increased demand and concerns about supply. According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline rose…

by Paul Bedard, | Washington Examiner In the worst showing since becoming president, President Joe Biden’s approval has fallen to its lowest ever, and the public no longer feels his team is competent, honest, or led…

By Amber Athey | By Spectator World President Donald Trump spoke exclusively with Amber Athey, The Spectator’s Washington editor, via phone on Wednesday. The interview covered a range of topics, including the Biden administration’s politicization of the…

by Anna Giaritelli | The Washington Examiner MISSION, Texas — Ten Republican governors visited the U.S.-Mexico border Wednesday to blame President Joe Biden for creating the crisis there and to lay out a 10-point plan for reversing his policies…

By Wendell Husebo | Breitbart.com The first Hunter Biden “art” exhibition was held on Friday in Los Angeles to sell Hunter’s paintings for $500,000 to nearly 200 anonymous buyers, Mother Jones reported Tuesday. According to…

By Sam Dorman | Fox News DOJ issued a memo after NSBA suggested school boards might be facing domestic terrorism. The Justice Department (DOJ) is facing a wave of backlash as parents criticize its recent decision to investigate potential…

By Ari Hoffman | The Post Millennial The Kellogg Company’s US cereal plants stopped work Tuesday after approximately 1,400 workers went on strike. According to the Associated Press, The work stoppage affected plants in Omaha, Nebraska…

By Dom Calicchio | Fox News Many in the crowd said that they didn’t like the size of the Democrats’ proposed infrastructure and safety-net spending bills. President Biden traveled to Michigan on Tuesday to promote his stalling "Build Back Better"…

Well, well, well… This is interesting.  U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland recently instructed the FBI to begin investigating parents who confront school board administrators over Critical Race Theory indoctrination material. The U.S. Department of Justice issued a memorandum to…

By Jonathan Garber |  FOXBusiness U.S. private-sector hiring accelerated in September as supplemental unemployment benefits expired. The U.S. economy added 568,000 private-sector jobs last month, up from a downwardly revised 340,000 in August, according to the…

BY JEFFREY M. JONES | News.Gallup.com STORY HIGHLIGHTS GOP given 54% to 39% advantage for handling terrorism, security By 50% to 41%, Americans say GOP better for ensuring prosperity Americans divided on party that can better…

By Houston Keene | Fox News Former presidential candidate Andrew Yang has officially quit the Democratic Party, calling it "the right thing" to do. Yang announced he will become an independent in a blog post published Monday on…

By Nick Monroe | The Post Millennial In a follow-up to activists cornering Senator Sinema in a restroom stall over the weekend, someone on the Arizona Senator’s flight to DC filmed herself approaching Sinema’s plane…

By Michael Lee | Fox News The Department of Justice is launching an effort to combat what it said is an "increase" in "threats of violence" against school officials and teachers across the country. "Threats against public servants are not only…

By Derek Hunter | TownHall.com Imagine being so invested in something that it impacts every aspect of your life. Not your direct involvement in it, but the involvement of other people in it. Democrats insist…

By The Center Square Staff  A new report published by Chicago-based Truth in Accounting found that the majority of state finances worsened in 2020, with taxpayer burdens skyrocketing. In seven of the 10 states in the…

By Libby Emmons | The Post Millennial "I don't think they're appropriate tactics but it happens to everybody," Biden said about Senator Sinema having been video recorded and harassed in a public bathroom. President Biden spoke from…

By Rebecca Downs | TownHall.com After a week of failed negotiations with no vote on infrastructure or on reconciliation, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has announced a new deadline for a House vote on infrastructure. At…

By James Anthony | The Post Millennial New York City restaurateurs are speaking out against the city's proof of vaccine requirements for in-person dining, which has disadvantaged local businesses. "We don't have the money here…

By Natalie Winters | The NationalPulse.com New Anthony Fauci e-mails obtained by The National Pulse reveal that a lab he funded through his National Institutes of Health agency was training researchers at the Wuhan Institute…

By The Center Square Staff  The Austin Police Department is warning it won’t be responding to non-life-threatening 911 calls. Starting Friday, Austin’s sworn police officers will no longer be responding in person to non-emergency calls because…

By ILDEFONSO ORTIZ, BRANDON DARBY, and GERALD TONY ARANDA | Breitbart.com Mexican officials are concerned that more than 125,000 Haitian migrants are expected to be in their country by the end of 2021 with the majority trying to…

By Steve Sherman | TownHall.com The American people can see that Congress is broken. As a nation, we are facing about $29 trillion in debt while Congress seems intent on spending even more. Another pervasive…

by Leigh Egan | CrimeOnline.com Duane Lee Chapman, better known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter,” has reportedly added $10k of his own money for information leading to Laundrie’s arrest. According to TMZ, a representative for Chapman…

BY JOSHUA CAPLAN | Breitbart.com  President Joe Biden’s staff members prevented the president from taking questions during a Democrat caucus meeting on Capitol Hill, amid high-stakes negotiations that have imperiled his multi-trillion-dollar agenda and exasperated the…

By Charlie Spiering | Breittbart.com President Joe Biden will travel to his home in Delaware on Saturday, according to the White House, after his agenda stalled in Congress due to Democrat infighting. The president spent…

By Libby Emmons | The Post Millenial America's school boards are suggesting that parents who oppose their curriculum and Covid-safety mandates are like domestic terrorists. As school boards across the country have faced increasing backlash…

By Charlie McCarthy | Newsmax.com  Former President Donald Trump on Thursday predicted that Republicans in Congress would benefit greatly if Democrats push through their exorbitant social-spending legislation. "If Democrats are able to piece together their huge…

By Nicholas Ballasy | JustTheNews.com Double standard? Democrats nix COVID tests for illegal migrants, mandate vaccines for Border Patrol. Iowa Republican Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks' amendment was rejected by 217 Democrats voting against it. House Democrats blocked…

By TechnoFog A bad day for FBI Director Wray. Today, DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz issued a new report on the FBI’s “Execution of its Woods Procedures for Applications Filed with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Relating…

By Christopher Bedford | The Federalist Democrats’ summer of Black Lives Matter is over. Front-line nurses’ year in the sun has passed. Gone are the COVID cries to evict no one ever for any reason…

CBS News Staff New York's state mandate ordering health care workers to get the COVID vaccine went into effect Monday at midnight. Some hospital networks including Northwell Health have already fired more than two dozen health care…

By Ben Johnson | The DailyWire.com A former Obama administration official has said that police officers should lose their pensions if they do not receive the COVID-19 vaccination because unvaccinated people need “something to be…

By Brandon Morse | RedState.com What’s more, Gaetz swung and hit President Joe Biden square in the process. Gaetz came swinging out of the gate immediately at Milley, making it clear that his call about pulling…

By Jonathan Garber | FOXBusiness   The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits rose by 11,000 to 362,000 in the week ended Sept. 25, according to the Labor Department. Analysts surveyed by Refinitiv were expecting…

Alex Seitz-Wald and Sahil Kapur | Yahoo.com WASHINGTON — A group of Arizona Democrats backed by a network of deep-pocketed donors is laying the groundwork for a primary challenge to Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, organizers said. Sinema, a moderate Democrat who…

By Jeremy Layton | NY Post These weren’t the bird's viewers expected to see on Monday night. During the Manning brothers’ broadcast of “Monday Night Football” between the Eagles and Cowboys, Eli Manning likely angered…

By Natalia Mittelstadt | JustTheNews.com  The Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers at facilities receiving Medicare and Medicaid funding, in addition to statewide vaccine requirements, are causing hospital staff shortages across the country, as…

By Margaret Taylor | TheTrueDefender.com This is a tremendous step forward! Over the course of one weekend in Georgia, 1,900 ballots were counted from a single Zuckerberg dropbox, yet surveillance showed that only 24 people dropped…

By Rusty Weiss | The Political Insider The Arizona state Democratic Party passed a resolution criticizing Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema for her defense of the filibuster and her opposition to the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion reconciliation…

By Julio Rosas | TownHall.com President Joe Biden was asked while getting a COVID-19 booster shot how many more Americans need to be vaccinated in order to get the country back to the pre-COVID style…

By Craig Bannister | CNCNews.com Promoting Democrats’ $3.5 trillion spending bill Monday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki claimed that “80 percent” of Americans support President Joe Biden’s spending agenda – but, a new national survey…

By Nicholas Ballasy | JustTheNews.com "Inflation is elevated and will likely remain so in coming months before moderating," Fed Chairman Jay Powell said during a Senate hearing. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet…

News.Yahoo.com The number of murders in the United States rose by around 30 percent in 2020 over the previous year, to some 21,500, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said Monday. A number of large…

By Alayna Treene | Axios.com Senate Republicans on Monday voted down the House-passed bill to fund the government through Dec. 3 and raise the debt limit. Why it matters: Congress is just 72 hours away from…

By Ryan Gaydos | Fox News The US won the Ryder Cup for only the third time since 2000. The U.S. held strong and defeated Europe to win the Ryder Cup on Sunday. The U.S. was the first team…

By Rick Moran | PJ Media Six days ago, there were 15,000 mostly Haitian refugees camped under a bridge near Del Rio, Texas. Saturday’s dawn saw nary a trace of them. Where did they all…

By THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D. | Breitbart.com ROME — Pope Francis commemorated the World Day of Migrants and Refugees Sunday, calling for a more welcoming attitude toward foreigners. “It is necessary to walk together, without…

By AWR HAWKINS | Breitbart.com The 2022 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) contained in H.R. 4350 passed the U.S. House with Republican support Thursday. On September 23, 2021, Breitbart News reported that the 2022 NDAA contains a…

By James Anthony | The Post Millennial "John didn't deserve what he had to endure before his death," Anderson's lawyer Marina Medvin stated. A man charged over the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 has died…

By Sophie Mann | JustTheNews.com  South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott believes that after months of negotiations on a police reform bill, talks broke down because Democratic politicians wanted to cut funding to law enforcement departments.…

By Ryan Saavedra | DailyWire.com  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said in a message to Democrat House members on Saturday that the upcoming week would be a “time of intensity” as the party will try…

By ProTrumpNews Staff | Gateway Pundit While China and Russia expand their military into space, Democrats have another idea. They want “no militarization” of space. How will they accomplish that? By abolishing the United States…

Joe Hoft | https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/ Ben Cotton spoke after Doug Logan from Cyber Ninjas today at the audit results meeting in Phoenix.  Here are points from his issues and observations presentation. Cotton first started with devices…

By Charlie Spiering | Breitbart.com Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas confirmed Friday that Haitian migrants crossing the Southern border were not tested for coronavirus before they were released into the United States. “We…