[ad_1] Reporter April Ryan, a political analyst for CNN, is being condemned for suggesting on Thursday that journalists should not expose contradictions between what Joe Biden says privately and what he says publicly. Ryan’s comments came after The Intercept obtained and reported on leaked audio of Biden admitting that Republicans “beat the hell out of”
[ad_1] I am not the renowned chronicler of all things Florida Man, Stephen Green, but it does seem as if Jonathan Guerra Blanco nevertheless deserves a place among the Florida Men, as he is among the first-ever jihad terrorists to join the hallowed ranks. (Omar Mateen, who murdered 49 people in the Pulse Nightclub in
[ad_1] The New England Journal of Medicine continues its hard swing to the woke left. Now, it has published an advocacy article that would remove sex designation as an identifiable factor on birth certificates. From, “Failed Assignments: Rethinking Sex Designations on Birth Certificates”: Assigning sex at birth also doesn’t capture the diversity of people’s experiences.
[ad_1] BlazeTV staff members combed through social media pages and channels for the most popular content produced throughout the year. Over the next 12 days, you decide 2020’s standout videos. Our first category: Best Parody! 1. Kung Flu Fighting (Parody of ‘Kung Fu Fighting’) 2. AOC Tells People: Don’t Go Back To Work…Um, WHAT? 3.
[ad_1] Fox News host Tucker Carlson explained on his show Friday how far-left Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) could ascend to the White House in the near future. According to Carlson, if Democrats retake control of the Senate by way of winning both Georgia runoff elections — creating a 50-50 tie in the Senate, making the
[ad_1] First the Biden-Harris gush arrived in NBC’s Time “Person of the Year” special. But it continued in the print edition, in the cover story by Charlotte Alter. Charlotte, whose dad Jonathan has a new book selling the virtues of President Carter, lays on the Democrat praise thick: As Biden sees it, trusting his instincts and
[ad_1] As you’ve probably gathered from the title, things have yet to calm down entirely in the streets of the Big Apple. There was another demonstration this week by BLM activists, this time protesting the detention of illegal aliens. The usual calls for the abolishment of ICE (and/or the police) were being heard as the
[ad_1] The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) caved to American athletes who wish to turn their performance into a social justice protest. Thursday the committee announced it will not sanction athletes who raise a fist or kneel on the medals stand at next year’s Tokyo Games. Team USA Council on Racial and Social Justice
[ad_1] Hunter Biden finally confessed there was something amiss. On Thursday, the prince of Bidenland put out this statement: “I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. attorney’s office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs. I take this matter very seriously, but I am
[ad_1] GOP Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner filed a complaint with the House Ethics Committee, urging the committee to “immediately open an investigation” into allegations that Rep. Eric Swalwell had been compromised by his close relationship with a woman who turned out to be a Chinese spy.
The suspected spy, Christine Fang,
[ad_1] A little something new for the “Barr’s trying to rebuild respectability in official Washington before reentering private life” file. The case for appointing a special counsel to investigate Hunter Biden is cut and dried. As I noted last night, even some Trump critics believe it’s warranted. Why would Barr show such restraint in this
[ad_1] CNN analyst and American Urban Radio Networks White House correspondent April Ryan wants the name of the person who taped a meeting between Joe Biden and civil rights leaders this week and then leaked the tape to the press. According to Ms. Ryan, that person has some ‘splainin’ to do. Her message is clear
[ad_1] If the liberal media didn’t have double standards, they would have no standards at all. Although journalists now are angry that anyone would question President-Elect Joe Biden, ABC four years ago was speculating on Donald Trump being “delegitimized.” The network was also excited that Hillary Clinton wasn’t “going away.” Think they’ll feel the same
[ad_1] We’re getting lots of bravado last night and this morning from Team Trump, including the captain of the team himself, after last night’s utterly predictable loss at the Supreme Court. The unanimous decision rejecting any of Texas’ demanded remedies (and a 7-2 loss on taking the case at all) should be, as Allahpundit described
[ad_1] On Tuesday night in Riverview, Florida, 27-year-old Dylan Ray Scott was shot and killed by sheriff’s deputies following a standoff in his pickup truck. This isn’t a police shooting that you’ll be hearing about on the national news and there won’t be any marches in the street demanding “justice for Dylan” because Scott was
[ad_1] Is this a legitimate Biden administration leak, a trial balloon or just wishful thinking? There’s a case to be made for all three possibilities, but the buzz inside the swamp this weekend suggests that Joe Biden is seriously looking at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as a possible pick for Attorney General. People from
[ad_1] The Kentucky senator recognizes that the neocons’ use of ‘unitary executive theory’ is pure war propaganda, and nothing more. “Rand Paul is at it again,” blared Politico on Thursday. “And his moves could force another brief government shutdown.” While Politico and other media outlets seemed to frame the Republican senator’s opposition to the 2020
[ad_1] Church parishioners are now being punished for gathering to express their faith. George Washington warned us about this. On Sunday, November 29, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) blockaded nearly 100 parishioners at Church of God Restoration on the side of the highway. One person was fined and reportedly more penalties may follow. A
[ad_1] The Food and Drug Administration authorized Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine for emergency use on Friday, the first allowed to be administered in the U.S. President Donald Trump called the achievement a “medical miracle” considering the injection was developed in mere months. What are the details? The president released a video message to the country announcing
[ad_1] Rudy Giuliani, the attorney for President Donald Trump, said that they would continue fighting the president’s case despite the Supreme Court rejecting a lawsuit from the state of Texas questioning the results from four states. Giuliani was on Sean Hannity’s show on Fox News on Friday night after the results from the Supreme Court
[ad_1] Allen West, the chairman of the Republican Party of Texas, suggested Friday that some states secede from the United States in reaction to the U.S. Supreme Court turning down his state’s lawsuit seeking to overturn election results in four other states. What are the details? West, a former Florida congressman, issued a statement, saying:
[ad_1] The U.S. Supreme Court issued a short order Friday night declining to hear Texas’ recently filed lawsuit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Texas sought to invalidate the results of the 2020 presidential election in those states. Texas raised a number of substantive issues in its request, including: one, that those states violated the
[ad_1] 1. This should not have happened: U.S. executes Brandon Bernard, over objections from several jurors in his trial 2. Charles Camosy: New Jersey Democrats’ abortion mistake Enter New Jersey’s Gov. Phil Murphy — a rich, white progressive — who chose this particular cultural moment to champion just about the most extreme piece of pro-abortion
[ad_1] A liberal demonstration against Immigration and Customs Enforcement turned violent when a driver ran through protesters, and shocking video captured the altercation. Police said there were about 50-60 protesters in the area when the incident unfolded on Friday. WNBC-TV reported that witnesses said the incident occurred at about 4 p.m. when a female driver
[ad_1] In a dramatic blow to President Donald Trump’s attempts to challenge the unofficial election results, the Supreme Court on Friday evening rejected a Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn the outcome in four battleground states. The high court’s one-page opinion said Texas did not have standing to sue over election procedures in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania,
[ad_1] The United States Supreme Court rejected the Texas lawsuit seeing to overturn the election results in the swing states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin on Friday night. The lawsuit was supported by a third of states, over a hundred House Republicans, and President Trump himself.
The Supreme Court
[ad_1] Postal employees in Wisconsin backdated mail-in ballots in the presidential election and nursing home staffers pressured elderly residents on how to vote, witnesses told state lawmakers. A state election official, meanwhile, assured the Wisconsin lawmakers that there is no evidence of widespread fraud. These and other witnesses testified Friday before two committees of the
[ad_1] The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee concluded its Thursday meeting by recommending that a coronavirus vaccine developed by Pfizer be granted an emergency use authorization. Another vaccine, developed by biotech company Moderna, is expected to be authorized soon. Both Pfizer’s and Moderna’s vaccines show 95% efficacy in
[ad_1] With the addition of the newest batch of cases, all from the state of Texas, The Heritage Foundation’s Election Fraud Database now has 1,302 cases of proven election fraud, and we are following numerous other ongoing prosecutions. As these cases and the database demonstrate, the threats to election integrity and instances of election fraud
[ad_1] It’s here, it’s on its way, and it has FDA approval. The emergency-use authorization came late tonight, followed immediately by an Oval Office announcement from Donald Trump, who hailed the achievement of his Operation Warp Speed project: The Food and Drug Administration on Friday authorized the United States’ first COVID-19 vaccine, a historic moment in a pandemic that