San Juan Mayor Yulin Cruz’s seemingly making it personal.
Prime Minister May knows how to play it cool under mischief.
Actual research avails factual knowledge—imagine that.
Las Vegas’s fatalities are comparable to a month in Chicago.
The US opposed a UN resolution to condemn the death penalty for homosexuals, but for a good reason according to State Dept spokesperson Heather Nauert.
President Trump pushes bureaucrats—not the people.
The House just passed a bill criminalizing abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, but the measure still has to face off with the Senate.
Washington Post fact-checker Glenn Kessler just called out Hillary Clinton for tweeting inaccurate information to push the gun control agenda.
Democrats again seemingly think all gun owners can’t be responsible and safe.
CNN Senior White House corespondent Jeff Zeleny claims country music fans from the Las Vegas shootingare “likely Trump supporters.”
The Trump administration just announced their support for a House bill seeking to criminalize abortions after 20 weeks of gestation.
New polling data shows many millennials have a negative view of Democrats and feel that the party doesn’t care about them—especially if they’re white.
San Juan’s mayor is seemingly more focused on hating President Trump than helping her own people.
While many have been critical of Trump’s response to the crisis in Puerto Rico, retired Navy Captain Jerry Hendrix says Trump’s response was pretty good.
Contrary to popular belief, there is a solution to North Korea’s ICBMs.
Is the state of California going to ban gas and diesel cars? A new bill aimed at doing just that is set to be introduced in January.
Fortunately, there’s still patriotism in the NHL.
NFL Hall of Famer John Elway speaks out on NFL protesting, saying its time to get “politics out of football” and focus more on the game moving forward.
President Trump is poised to take executive action on healthcare, allowing citizens to purchase insurance across state lines.
Will this NFL anti-patriotism tend ever end?