A man whose greatest accomplishment to date is losing a Senate race thinks he should be president.
On Tuesday, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed into law Senate Bill 150, making Kentucky the 16th state to allow “constitutional carry.” The law states that “Persons age twenty-one (21) or older, and otherwise able to lawfully possess a firearm, may carry concealed firearms or other concealed deadly weapons without a license in the same locations as persons with valid licenses issued under KRS 237.110.”
San Diego State University’s Marriage and Family Association is set to host a free workshop entitled Taking Back Our Truths: Healing Circle. The event is listed as a “racial healing workshop,” except that not all races are welcome at the event. Like a 1960 Greensboro, North Carolina, Woolworth’s lunch counter, this event is segregated. This time the signs might read: No Whites Allowed.
At one time, conservative pundit Ann Coulter was among President Donald Trump’s strongest supporters. In fact, she got on board with the Trump Train very early, boldly predicting — in the face of guffaws and ridicule from other commentators — that Trump was the most likely candidate to capture the Republican nomination. The acid-tongued commentator even penned a book, In Trump We Trust, boosting his campaign.
You will be assimilated. Resistance is futile. The leftist thought police have collected many scalps — with newswoman Megyn Kelly’s and actress Roseanne Barr’s being recent additions. Now they’re coming after popular commentator Tucker Carlson based on comments he made between 2006 and 2011 while appearing weekly on a radio show called Bubba The Love Sponge.
Two measures of the U.S. economy were reported on Wednesday, both of which exceeded forecasters’ expectations. Combined with other measures, the economy is likely to embarrass predictions by the Federal Reserve that it has almost slowed to a stop.
President Donald Trump’s Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced plans on March 6 to lift protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states. Predictably, the announcement was immediately both praised and condemned. When the issue is wolves, it’s rural communities versus urbanites, Big Media, Big Green NGOs, and entrenched bureaucrats of the DC Swamp. And up until now, the lavishly funded urbanite wolf lobby has been winning most of the rounds. The Trump administration's announcement could signal a sea-change toward the other direction.
What do you call a movement ensuring that fewer leftists will procreate (other than a prescription for societal health)? In the case in question here, it’s called “BirthStrike,” a female-led organization for people who’ve resolved not to have children because of, as they put it, the coming “climate breakdown and civilisation collapse.”
The let-wing hate machine known as the Southern Poverty Law Center has more than a half-billion dollars in the bank.
Democratic presidential candidates from across the country descended on the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas, over the weekend of March 8-10 in what appeared to be an orchestrated effort to mobilize young people that sat out the 2018 midterm elections to turn out in 2020 and turn Texas “blue,” according to the Wall Street Journal.