Too many members of Congress fail to see strong border controls as a way to stop the opioid overdose epidemic.
Democratic Party leaders refuse to condemn Ilhan Omar’s contention that Israel is a racist regime. Considering their embrace of Women’s March leaders, it’s no surprise.
Senate Democrats refuse to even acknowledge the domestic abuse allegation made against Ellison by his ex-girlfriend Karen Monahan.
Democrats have a narrative to maintain, a powerful elected office to retain, and a deeply-flawed but nationally known candidate in Keith Ellison. Bring on the baseless smears against his opponent Doug Wardlow.
A group of protestors stormed the conservative Heritage Foundation in Washington DC on Tuesday to oppose President Trump’s federal budget proposals.
Democrats argue that Keith Ellison has apologized, so bringing up his past is a ‘smear.’ Even if he is a new man, it’s not a slur to put a politician’s career into context.
Republicans are extremists! If this sounds familiar, it’s because you’ve been hearing iterations of it from the moment you started following politics.
Vastly outweighing Rep. Keith Ellison’s anti-Israel credentials are his anti-American credentials.
Democrats are so fixated on the politics of race they’re unable to imagine anything else matters.
Much like Donald Trump, Sanders is a conspiracy theorist, a scaremonger, and an anti-science loon. Not to mention he’s so dark and gloomy!
The GOP has a chance to invite Muslims who will provide some much-needed perspective in the debate over terrorism.
Blowing up these nonevents is a way to create the perception that discrimination against Muslims is a pervasive problem in American life. It’s not.
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