Senate Democratic Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin of Illinois cut off Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton Thursday during remarks on Vanita Gupta.
Economic distress and the immediate destruction of free expression are not mutually exclusive.
“There is not an institution in this country that isn’t suffering from institutional racism,” said Vanita Gupta, Biden’s nominee for Associate Attorney General.
Just this week, we learned that thousands of Guardsmen could remain in Washington DC ‘indefinitely.’ Certainly through President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial.
The story of Shapiro inflaming outrage among Politico staff by offering an opposing worldview is all too familiar to the universities that have hosted him.
After going to bat for leftist rioters, multiple Times journalists condemned Trump supporter riots and President Trump for not calling in federal law enforcement or condemning the violence fast enough.
New York Magazine just acknowledged that COVID-19, which plagued the world for most of 2020, may have originated from a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
“Alongside the Patriots of 1776, the Pilgrims of 1620 deserve the honor of American founders,” said Sen. Tom Cotton on the Senate floor.
The film has been charged with exploiting 11-year old girls, who are featured in highly sexual and suggestive scenes that include twerking, inappropriate clothing, and even nudity.
The New York Times publishes pro-Beijing perspective on Hong Kong protestors, just four months after Cotton’s op-ed calling for ‘law and order’ was deemed dangerous.
Two House Republicans introduced legislation that would bar federal funds from flowing to schools with curriculum featuring the New York Times’ 1619 Project.
Lawmakers urged the Department of Justice to investigate whether the Netflix film “Cuties” violates child pornography laws.
President Donald Trump released an updated list of potential Supreme Court nominees Wednesday, just 55 days before election day.
The New York Times might be the first publishing outlet to create sensitivity commissars empowered to spike conservative thought crimes, but it won’t be the last.
Arkansas Republican Sen. Tom Cotton introduced legislation last week that would ban federal funding from schools teaching the 1619 Project.
After Wall Street Journal employees signed a letter calling for stronger fact-checking of the opinion pages, the editorial board said they won’t “wilt under cancel-culture pressure.”
We need leaders who are willing and ready to link arms with these cops and physically take part in cleaning up this mess and defying the mob.
“If the Chief Justice believes his political judgment is so exquisite, I invite him to resign, travel to Iowa, and get elected,” Cotton said.
Twitter tried to ban Sen. Tom Cotton after he went on cable news to advocate the use of the federal military to quell violent riots engulfing the nation.
The media’s pretense of objectivity while treating conservatives as evil is how you got Trump.
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