The House and the White House are on the Democrats’ minds. And both ambitions are threatened by the current face of the party, which right now appears an amalgam of big-city pols Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Maxine Waters (D-Calif.), and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (shown), who faces a challenge for governor from the hard left, inserted foot into mouth yesterday when he blurted out what a minority of nutty progressives say: “America was never that great.”
On Tuesday, Twitter made the completely predictable move of suspending Alex Jones on the social-media platform for seven days. A day later, Twitter suspended Jones’ InfoWars account as well. Jones and InfoWars may not post any new tweets or retweet anything during that time. Jones may still read tweets and send direct messages to followers, for now. The move came two weeks after tech giants Apple, Facebook, YouTube, and Spotify banned Jones from their sites permanently. Jones has been besieged in the last two weeks as the mainstream media and the Democrat Party have been pressuring tech companies to remove him from social media.
“A bad worker blames his tools,” my mother used to tell me. And bad leaders, it seems, blame the consequences of their bad policies on tools. A case in point is London mayor Sadiq Khan’s proposal to ban cars in certain areas of his city after Tuesday morning’s suspected Houses of Parliament terrorist attack.
The Center for Immigration Studies has stepped forward with another analysis to prove what everyone intuitively knows: Importing largely English-illiterate foreigners with no job skills likely means they will land on the welfare rolls.
Once again, the Colorado Civil Rights Division has attacked Jack Phillips (shown), the Christian baker who famously defeated the state in the U.S. Supreme Court. The High Court ruled in Phillips’ favor in June when he fought Colorado’s discriminatory attack on his right not to bake a cake for a same-sex “wedding.”
The Treasury Department’s Monthly Treasury Statement indicated that the federal government collected a record $1,415,150,000,000 in individual income taxes through the first 10 months of fiscal 2018 (October 2017 through July 2018). Despite the increase in individual income tax revenue, the federal government ran a $683,965,000,000 deficit for that same period.
No, it isn’t the Onion, just an example of truth being stranger than fiction: Proving why it hired anti-white bigot Sarah Jeong, the New York Times has just published an advice column on curing white-skin privilege.
In a long-overdue move, President Trump revokes the security clearance of John Brennan (shown), as many Americans hope he will also begin prosecution of Brennan, James Comey, James Clapper, Andrew McCabe, and other Deep State actors.
Those “youths” are at it again.
This time, it’s Sweden, where a gang of “youths” have burned 100 or so cars across several areas in what authorities think is a coordinated attack. Vandalism, the media are calling it, kind of like what those crazy boys in The Blackboard Jungle might do for fun.