President Biden and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos get into a Twitter spat over the White House plan to whip inflation now by jacking up taxes on the rich and spending trillions of dollars more.
President Obama once told successful individual entrepreneurs “you didn’t build that” because it’s the American system and various governments that facilitate your success. But when U.S. Women’s National Soccer star Megan Rapinoe uses her platform to protest pay inequality, a lot of folks think she should express some gratitude for the country that allowed her […]
Now that he’s running for president, will someone finally leak Michael Bloomberg’s secret Aspen Institute speech recording when he called for cops to seize guns from young male minorities?
The Washington Post publishes documents released through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request about the U.S. war in Afghanistan, claiming they show that U.S. officials promoted a rosy view of progress, when behind the scenes they knew the war was unwinnable.
You won’t believe a leading candidate for president said this — or did that — but former Veep Joe Biden tells a weird tale about his days as a lifeguard, and he bite’s his wife’s finger…on the campaign stump. Did Biden’s speech writer pen the story about how kids loved to rub Joe’s hairy legs? […]
Major business leader, Bob Johnson, the founder of Black Entertainment TV (BET), tells CNBC that the 2020 presidential election is Donald Trump’s to lose. No one can dominate the news cycle like Trump, and the Democratic presidential candidates have moved to far from the center to appeal to the super-majority of Black voters the Democrats require in order to win the White House, Johnson says.
Greta Thunsberg’s dramatic performance before the United Nations and the U.S. Congress raises disturbing questions about the Progressive use and abuse of children for political purposes. What possessed FoxNews to apologize for, and then ban, guest Michael Knowles of TheDailyWire.com, after he accurately mentioned that the teen Thunberg suffers mental illness. Et tu, FoxNews?
U.S.-led military coalition, with help from Iraqi Counter-Terrorism forces, carpet bombs what may be the last major concentration of ISIS fighters — the previously-dominant “Islamic State,” reduced to a desperate remnant, hiding on an island in the middle of a river. In seconds the ISIS refuge became an island of fire.
Saudi Arabian Aramco oil facilities hit by drones and missiles — allegedly from Iran — leaving U.S. President Donald Trump with no good foreign policy choices. If Saudi Arabia strikes back, it will do so with U.S. weaponry, but should it be with U.S. cooperation, support or troops?
Although the country is in a long-term economic growth phase, Fed data shows that middle-income people are now less likely to own homes, or stocks. Meanwhile, “the one percent” are doing great. When it comes to elections, It’s the economy, stupid. But even thought more people have jobs now, can Democrats harness the wealth gap to win the White House in 2020?
The New York Times quotes former hostages of the Taliban, Iran and Somali pirates, saying they received a toothbrush, soap and blankets from their terrorist captors to highlight allegations that the U.S. Customs and Border Protection detention facilities don’t provide these basic hygiene items to migrant detainees…including children. Will “At least the Taliban gave me a toothbrush” become the latest battle cry in the movement to improve treatment of illegal aliens?
What has changed in recent decades to swing the tide of popular opinion so that 40% in USA now support socialism? Far more Democrats say that Socialism would be a good thing, while most Republicans disagree. Are we one election away from Atlas Shrugged?
After a decade of justice denied — under Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder, John Brennan, James Comey, and others — Bill Whittle thinks he now detects a whiff of fear among those in that cabal. Former CIA Director John Brennan, usually a cool calculating man, seems frightened about the probe into how the Russia collusion investigation began.
The new U.S. Army uniform is a near replica of the World War II version. Can the Army meet its recruitment quotas of teen millennials with a throwback image from the Greatest Generation? Bill Whittle thinks the it’s brilliant.