NY Democrats seek to cut Cuomo down to size

Democratic state leaders seek to strip Gov. Cuomo of his emergency powers in wake of his disastrous – possibly criminal – Covid response. By Catherine Mortensen Democratic leaders of the New York State Senate are reportedly working to strip New York Democrat Gov. Andrew Cuomo of his emergency […]


Cartoon: A Pain in the Burro


Texans Dealing with gas shortages similar to Carter-era gas lines

Many Americans are wondering if Biden is Carter all over again. By Frank McCaffrey In parts of Texas where Texas are not dealing with crippling cold temperatures and power outages, many are dealing with gas stations that have no gas.  They also have long lines […]


Parler is back online but the fight against online censorship has just begun

By Robert Romano Parler.com has successfully moved to its new server after being deplatformed by Amazon Web Services last month, as well as being removed from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store, following the riot at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. Parler was unfortunately […]


Raised Right By Rush Limbaugh

By Megan Marzzacco For as long as I can remember, my mom always had Rush Limbaugh’s EIB Network radio show blasting in our kitchen, sometimes at a slightly too loud volume. Although as a young child, I lacked the comprehension skills to understand the details of Rush’s […]


RIP Rush

By A.F. Branco


Will Senate Democrats eliminate the filibuster just to nationalize election laws under H.R. 1?

By Robert Romano After sweeping the trifecta of the House, Senate and White House in 2020 with the slimmest of majorities, Democrats have a diminishing window of opportunity to enact their agenda and keep their political base happy. After all, majorities do not last forever, and in […]


The mounting cost of school closures, estimated $14 to $28 trillion loss

By Catherine Mortensen A new report by the McKinsey consulting group finds that the longer that schools remain closed or only offer virtual learning the more catastrophic the cost will be for students, parents, and teachers. On average, American students from kindergarten to fifth grade have missed out on […]


In Memorium – America lost an unsung hero – Curtis Ellis

By Rick Manning America lost one of her great defenders this weekend as Curtis Ellis, the leading advocate for America First policies over most of his life succumbed to a battle with cancer. Curtis last served as a senior policy advisor for America First Priorities, after working […]


McConnell says Trump’s speech ‘not incitement,’ Senate trial was unconstitutional, but former president ‘still liable’ for riot

By Robert Romano “By the strict criminal standard, the President’s speech probably was not incitement.” That was Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s take on the merits of the failed impeachment charge against former President Donald Trump, where he was found not guilty of “incitement of insurrection” by the U.S. Senate. Nor was it […]

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