, American Thinker
Enough is enough. Election after election, boxes of Democrat ballots show up in counties run by Democratic election supervisors to benefit Democratic candidates who, once they steal their opponent’s election night victory, will join the chorus warning of Russian interference in our elections.
In fact, all the big trends are working against Trump and the GOP, based on factors that are hiding in plain sight. Despite the conventional wisdom, many people around Trump and in GOP leadership share this dim view.
, The American Conservative
The tech giant decides to build in the most predictable places imaginable, after taking the rest of us for a ride.
CNN wants journalist Jim Acosta’s White House credentials restored. The White House can't revoke a reporter’s access to press briefings because it doesn’t like his questions. Yet the First Amendment does not guarantee all reporters the right to attend White House briefings.
, New York Sun
This month saw the election of Jay Robert “J.B.” Pritzker as governor of Illinois.
With the midterm elections behind us, Democrats now have the majority in the House of Representatives. But one question remains: Who will lead the body?
Moments after arriving on Capitol Hill for freshman orientation, Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., went to the office of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
First lady Melania Trump's office has released a blistering statement about the top deputy to national security adviser John Bolton, saying Mira Ricardel "no longer deserves the honor" of serving the White House.Th...
A newly-elected Tennessee state lawmaker is now apologizing after a video surfaced of her calling her state “racist” and claiming that most of its residents who “voted Republican are uneducated.”
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - At the center of Florida's vote recount storm is an elections supervisor with a checkered past whose Democratic-dominated county has been the target of protests and accusations, including by President Donald Trump, that something fraudulent is afoot.
Lawyers for Republican Gov. Rick Scott, who is ...
President Trump is nominating Neomi Rao, head of the White House regulatory affairs office, to the influential federal Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
If confirmed by the Senate, Ms. Rao would fill the seat vacated by Supreme Court Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh, who served on the ...
Watergate reporting icon Bob Woodward argued that the remedy to President Trump's decision to revoke Jim Acosta's White House press credentials isn't a lawsuit, "it's more serious reporting about what he's doing."W...
BRATISLAVA, Slovakia (AP) - Slovakia's president has condemned a move by the country's police, which started questioning the organizers of recent massive anti-government protests over allegations of staging a coup and corruption.
Tens of thousands of Slovaks repeatedly took to the streets amid a political crisis in major protests triggered ...
The president continues to claim a diminished nuclear threat as evidence mounts of a growing weapons stockpile.
A look at how changes in racial and ethnic diversity have affected voting in states.
After days of delays, the recount in Broward County, Florida, officially began Tuesday morning.
The U.S. attorney in Vermont had been looking into a land deal overseen by Jane Sanders while she was a college president.
A man who was banned from entering Disney World months ago for ...
A week after the election, rhetoric is still heated in Georgia’s race for governor.A week after the election, rhetoric is still heated in Georgia’s race for governor. Today, Georgia Democrats accused Republican Brian Kemp of “preemptively declaring himself the winner" over Stacey Abrams in an election still too close to call.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The Latest on the U.S. House race in southern New Mexico (all times local):
A key New Mexico county has certified results of a closely watched U.S. House race in New Mexico while the Republican is refusing to concede and alleging voting irregularities.
The Dona ...
The backlash against Trump was obvious all along. Republican officials seemed in denial.
The encounter touched off a display of mutual admiration between the 78-year-old matriarch and the millennial upstart.
President Trump’s tirade Tuesday against French President Emmanuel Macron is the latest salvo in an ongoing war the nationalist president is fighting against a globalist clique of international leaders who have sought to scold Trump over his “America First” policies.
Fox News legal commentator Andrew Napolitano on Tuesday said that rival network CNN may have a "very good case" in its lawsuit against the White House over the Trump administration's decision to revoke reporter Jim Acosta's press pass....
The (Munster) Times. November 9, 2018
Blame to go around in Porter County election fiasco
At best, some top Porter County elections officials seem to have treated one of society's most important institutions as an afterthought.
At worst, polling places and some ballots appear to have been treated as inconsequential.
The White House initially accused Acosta of what amounted to assault. Now, in the fact of a lawsuit, it says the pass was revoked because Acosta wouldn't yield the microphone.
Several pro-Trump Facebook pages and one Twitter account on Monday posted the home address and phone number of the Broward County, Fla., election supervisor who has been the target of blistering criticism from the president and other Republicans amid highly politicized vote recounts.
White House chief of staff John Kelly could soon be departing from the Trump administration following conflicts with first lady Melania Trump and other officials, ...
Sen. John Cornyn, viewed as the logical successor to Senator Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, will first take a smaller leadership role as counselor to the Republican Senate caucus in the … Click to Continue »
More rumblings of a post-election shakeup up emanated from the White House on Tuesday with jobs of another Cabinet secretary and the president's chief of staff in jeopardy.
Reports that Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was on the way out were quickly followed by chatter that White House Chief of ...
Senators returned to Washington Tuesday and immediately picked up where they left off — processing President Trump's judicial nominees, over the objections of Democrats.
The Judiciary Committee held a hearing for Paul B. Matey, nominated to the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, and for four district court picks.