[ad_1] They say that familiarity breeds contempt and sometimes it even breeds hilarious contempt as seems to be the case of Alexis Grenell, a former aide of Andrew Cuomo. She wrote a highly entertaining takedown of the New York Governor for the radical magazine The Nation over the Emmy Award for his COVID-19 performances in front of the camera.
[ad_1] The first doses of Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine are on the move. United Airlines is flying the vaccine to the United States, though the airline is not confirming any specifics of the operation. When the vaccine receives final approval, the doses will be in position for quick distribution. In October, the FAA established the FAA
[ad_1] In a publicity stunt that gave virtue-signaling media a thrill up their legs Saturday, Vanderbilt University soccer star Sarah Fuller appeared for one play in a Southeastern Conference football game. Outkick commentator Jason Whitlock threw a big flag on left-stream media for equating this as a symbolic event on a level with Jackie Robinson
[ad_1] Next weekend’s rally in Georgia is, or was, supposed to unite the party before the January 5 runoffs. Good luck with that after he inevitably spends 45 minutes at the mic ranting about how Kemp and his deputies are “enemies of the people” who rigged the election against him. Here’s the clip: pic.twitter.com/TMt3jpOaS6 —
[ad_1] Will Carter Page succeed, and will he get a dime out of anyone even if he does? I don’t know — but it’s worth it all the same. His $75 million lawsuit against James Comey, the FBI, and the Department of Justice has a number of institutional obstacles in its path. At the same
[ad_1] This morning’s Gospel reading is Mark 13:33–37: Jesus said to his disciples: “Be watchful! Be alert! You do not know when the time will come. It is like a man traveling abroad. He leaves home and places his servants in charge, each with his own work, and orders the gatekeeper to be on the
[ad_1] Retailers were not sure exactly what to expect this year during Black Friday sales. The coronavirus pandemic has caused merchants to expand Black Friday into a long weekend or to move doorbuster deals online to help avoid crowds of shoppers trying to pile into brick and mortar stores. Discounts are expected to continue to
[ad_1] Political commentator Candace Owens challenged a “false” rating from a third-party Facebook fact-checker and she won. Earlier this month, Owens announced that she was taking legal action against the fact-checkers used by social media platforms. Owens brought the case because she became tired of being censored on Twitter and Facebook by third-party fact-checkers, as
[ad_1] Donald Trump has let it leak out that he’s already planning a run for the presidency in 2024. And why not? Who else would the Republican Party prefer? A Morning Consult poll found Trump besting every other GOP candidate by double digits. It’s not even close. Donald Trump has
[ad_1] First it was Thanksgiving, now it’s Christmas. According to Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, if the trajectory of coronavirus cases continues to surge, then Americans should skip their Christmas celebrations this year. What is Fauci saying?
[ad_1] With governors clamping down and closing their states due to increased coronavirus positive tests and deaths, some consumers are apparently worried they will never, ever be able to purchase toilet paper again and are stocking up until the next millennia, “just in case.” The result is empty shelves at the grocery store. And supply
[ad_1] A founding member of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation has slammed Joe Biden, and accused the former vice president of capitalizing on the defund the police movement, according to the Daily Wire. Dr. Melina Abdullah, the lead organizer of BLMGNF’s Los Angeles chapter that opened in 2013, alleged that Biden “capitalized on
[ad_1] The New York Times was summarily blasted on Saturday after the newspaper presented Iran’s nuclear program in a positive light. The Times’ posturing came after the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the Islamic country’s top nuclear scientist. What did the Times say? The Times claimed that the nuclear ambitions of Iran — a state-sponsor of
[ad_1] One of the most annoying habits at PolitiFact is the tendency to treat standard political rhetoric as some kind of falsehood. Take Congressman Jody Hice (R-Georgia), who tweeted on November 12 about the Democrats, “If they truly wanted unity, they wouldn’t have spent 4 years refusing to acknowledge Trump’s 2016 victory.” Anyone who watches politics
[ad_1] The California Highway Patrol has arrested 62 people in connection with evictions they carried out in homes owned by the state. Homeless people had occupied several of the vacant properties in El Sereno and CHP had been called in by Caltrans to investigate several break-ins that occurred in those properties.
[ad_1] Join Heritage and the National Review Institute Monday at 10: VIRTUAL EVENT: Adoption and Foster Care in America: No Time to Waste 1. Leslie Ford: This Adoption Month, Learn How to Help Children in Foster Care The job of helping children find their forever homes is too big to be handled by government alone.
[ad_1] The Pennsylvania judge who temporarily halted the certification of election results in the Keystone State issued an opinion Friday explaining that the Republican plaintiffs in her case will likely win on the merits of their lawsuit. What’s the background? As TheBlaze reported, Commonwealth Judge Patricia McCullough issued an injunction Wednesday after Republican lawmakers made
[ad_1] Thus endeth the end run around Pennsylvania’s election. The Pennsylvania supreme court has dismissed with prejudice a challenge to its mail-in ballot system, ruling that the challenge came far too late for any remedy that involved invalidating ballots in the 2020 general election. On that point, the court was unanimous, although two justices on
[ad_1] Van Morrison is trying to save live music during the coronavirus pandemic. Lockdowns mandated by the U.K. government have inspired him to write three songs to express his opposition to them. Proceeds from the songs will go to benefit his campaign to open music venues to full capacity. The three songs were released in
[ad_1] Democrats are pulling out all of the stops in an effort to win the critical Senate runoffs in Georgia. Failed Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is attempting to use the power of Hollywood to help sway voters in Georgia. Starting on Nov. 27, Abrams will hold a weekly briefing “specifically for Hollywood agents, managers,
[ad_1] In a speech earlier this month, Joe Biden talked about civility and lowering the temperature of the national discourse. “It’s time to put away the harsh rhetoric, to lower the temperature, to see each other again, to listen to each other again, to make progress, we must stop treating our opponents as our enemy,”
[ad_1] TIME magazine’s 2020 Person of the Year nominations are out and the public voting period has begun. The usual suspects are on the list and it is heavy with liberals, Democrats, political figures, and celebrities. This year, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, medical workers and first responders are up for the honor. There is
[ad_1] The Saturday before Thanksgiving, Pennsylvania State Senator Doug Mastriano was hard at work. The conservative Republican legislator had organized a bicameral legislative hearing with Republican representatives and senators. The State Senate Republican Policy Committee met in open session to investigate what happened in the Pennsylvania election. Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis
[ad_1] Reparations would grant African Americans government benefits not paid to other Americans to rectify the awful sin of slavery and the “peculiar institution’s” residual harm. It is a favored policy of hard progressives, so of course, the New England Journal of Medicine — which regularly promotes left-wing causes in its “Perspectives” section—has published an
[ad_1] November every year is National Adoption Month. Over the past few years, the National Review Institute’s Center for Religion, Culture, and Civil Society has committed to work in this area. We’ve collaborated with the Heritage Foundation on this and other issues and Emilie Kao there and I have been longing to put together an
[ad_1] This reminds me of the “data analysis” touted by Rudy Giuliani at his press conference with Sidney Powell that allegedly found many more votes cast in certain Michigan precincts than one would expect based on population. Proof that Biden and the Democrats had rigged Michigan’s election after all? Nah. It turned out those precincts
[ad_1] Rep. James Clyburn thinks American farmers need a black woman as the next Secretary of Agriculture. He’s tired of white Midwestern states getting all the attention when it comes to the public’s perception of farmers. It is reported that Clyburn is going to bat for Rep. Marcia Fudge to be chosen as the pick
[ad_1] A glimmer of hope for Donald Trump et al, or yet another oncoming train? The judge who ordered Pennsylvania to halt its election certification processes on Wednesday filed an opinion backing up the action yesterday. Judge Patricia McCullough argued that the plaintiffs’ argument that mass mail-in voting violates the state constitution is “viable,” and
[ad_1] Los Angeles County is under a new stay at home order issued by the L.A. County Department of Public Health. The order goes into effect on Monday and will last for three weeks, until Dec. 20. Perhaps if all goes well, Santa Claus will be allowed to make his deliveries on Christmas Eve. There
[ad_1] On Friday, Carter Page — the former CIA informant whom the FBI nonetheless targeted for warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) — filed an explosive $75 million lawsuit against the key actors in the FISA surveillance scandal known as Spygate or Obamagate. While U.S. Attorney John Durham’s report into this matter is