Washington, D.C.’s latest lapse in reason highlights how it’s necessary for those with common sense to get back to living their lives as they wish.
Tucker Carlson is accused as eyeing the presidency by Frank Luntz in his criticism of the pollster, but Carlson is merely doing his job as a reporter.
A federal judge in Washington D.C. struck down a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention policy that halted landlords from evicting tenets.
We don’t need to cross any borders to witness a failed state — or at least a dysfunctional wannabe state. The 68 square miles of Washington D.C. have it all.
While corporations are leading our government by the nose, small business is more often an unwilling victim, pleading for any path they can to survive their rulers.
Georgetown University sent an email to staff and students prior to the Derek Chauvin conviction claiming Georg Floyd was murdered because of racial bias.
As Washington, D.C. continues to fail the American people, nuts and radicals rush to fill the market demand for something new.
According to the City Paper, Martin’s Tavern complied with Kristi Riggs’s demands to fire the two employees in question for enforcing their policy equally. Riggs, however, remains unsatisfied.
Despite numerous arguments against the effort, the push to make Washington, D.C. a state just won’t die. But it should, because it’s unconstitutional and illogical.
The Metropolitan Police Department declared in a press release Wednesday the two girls were charged with felony murder and armed carjacking.
A federal district court judge ruled Thursday caps on religious services in Washington D.C. were unconstitutional going into the Easter holiday.
Colorado Republican Rep. Ken Buck will launch his own weekly podcast Thursday, jumping into the crowded media arena.
In building an armed camp to protect themselves, Democrats implicitly endorse the case for D.C. remaining a federal district and not a state.
At our current rate of spending, the U.S. will be unable to confront major problems in the future because we’ve already stretched ourselves too thin.
Conservative economic policy must be dedicated to the concrete well-being of families and communities, rather than abstract ideals of economic liberty and market efficiency.
Since lawmakers often act like children (and the rioters who stormed it far worse), why not close the Capitol to Congress so the sledders can return?
Ohio Sen. Rob Portman announced Monday the two-term incumbent will not see re-election in 2022, creating a vacancy in a competitive state next cycle.
Sure, our leaders in Washington, cowering from death behind COVID masks and ideologically vetted Guardsmen, might be convinced of their own power, but is Jeff Bezos?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is reportedly concerned about lawmakers carrying firearms to this week’s inaugural ceremony. She wasn’t concerned when leftists started fires near the capitol.
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