Does a state have the right to use its law enforcement to thwart immigration law and then demand federal grant funds for its law enforcement?
Bernie Sanders is turning out to be a “favorite Democratic communist.”
While everyone in conservative media seems fixated on commenting on the Democrat primary debates, they are missing the raging internal GOP debates.
A strange dichotomy has emerged from Bernie Sanders winning Iowa and New Hampshire.
The same political class that got 2016 so horribly wrong is now warning us not to underestimate Bernie Sanders.
Democrats in Congress treated Donald Trump the way that Democrats treated blacks, Jews, Quakers, and others in the Old South who did not “behave like they should”.
During last week’s State of the Union address, President Trump promised to wind down the operations in Afghanistan, noting that our troops “are warfighters, the best in the world, and they either want to fight to win or not fight at all.”
If you were a conservative with a modicum of influence over Republican voters, would you spend your time on air discussing the Democrat primaries all day, or would you try to influence Republican congressional primaries that will actually matter to conservatives?
The State of the Union was certainly very uplifting, unifying, and even quite moderately non-ideological on policy.
With such a populist message, it’s not hard to see why young brains full of mush would be drawn to his candidacy.
The San Francisco 49ers were well on their way to winning the Lombardi trophy more than halfway through the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl, but they gave the game away and wound up losing big.
If this is just the first step, then it’s a good one.
Super Bowl viewers hoping for a break from partisan bickering and politics are in for a disappointment.
If you had to ask almost every modern judge how they would describe their jobs on the federal bench, they’d most likely offer the answer articulated by Chief Justice John Roberts during his confirmation hearings.
The Supreme Court stated the obvious: The president has full authority to regulate and deny entry to foreign nationals at will.
An epidemic that begins in another country can only spread to America if we admit people at our ports of entry traveling from the source country.
Trump-supporters have every right to be angry, both those who applied to serve in his administration but were ignored and those who see the agenda for which they voted sabotaged by partisan moles.
The far-left of the Democratic Party is out of the spotlight. Out of the spotlight, but clearly still within the crosshairs of their colleagues.
Peace through strength. The actions the president has taken toward Iran over the past week exemplify Reagan’s foreign policy motto more than anything we’ve seen since Reagan’s victory over the Soviet Union.
We need not spend trillions deploying soldiers all over the world to engage in social work and dental hygiene lessons in order to protect Americans.
By staying out of these wars, we will actually be able to counter Iran from a position of strength.
On New Year’s Eve, Iran-backed militias attempted to storm the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, engaging in an unsuccessful act of war.
It is apparent that Virginia’s Attorney General and Governor believe that Virginia localities have a duty to actively assist the Commonwealth in the enforcement of any unconstitutional law enacted by the General Assembly. They are dangerously wrong.
Ever since Donald J. Trump was elected to Make America Great Again, the self-declared #Resistance has terrorized him and many innocent Americans.
I am of the opinion that the next Democrat president must be impeached.