The Bidens blatantly disregarded Washington, D.C.’s mask mandate on Sunday night to dine at Fiola Mare, an expensive seafood restaurant on the Potomac River.
A 9:03 a.m., we all saw it happen. We saw, live on TV, what turned out to be Flight 175 fly directly into the South Tower.
When it’s a psycho with ties to the Democratic Party, we’re all expected to carry some blame. When it’s someone with GOP ties, they make it about Trump and the rise of white supremacy.
A man in a truck appeared to be posting long live-streams to Facebook as the morning unfolded, threatening to blow up a “toolbox full of ammonium nitrate.”
‘What they may require is to be off of our streets because they’re making it unsafe for us. And if that’s what it requires, then that’s what it requires.’
We’ve gone down this path before for virtually the exact same bleeding-heart reasons, and we lived through the tremendous pain of the results.
Last week, Politico’s popular “Playbook” newsletter produced a particularly telling example of Beltway subterfuge.
For more than a year, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser allowed President Donald Trump to take the blame for what her police forces had done.
The MPD’s admission explains the divide between on-the-ground reporting of the use of tear gas and denials by the federal government of the use of tear gas to clear Lafayette Park.
Lahren’s description of random, meanspirited actions by bystanders she’d never previously met reflects the dangerous social implications of making politics both generalized and personal.
We might not a’ toasted at all if we’d known the tattered state of our proud country and the party we’d returned to a full 12 years later.
Only Kevin Bacon can save us now.
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.
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.
Lloyd Austin approved a request from Capitol Police to extend the National Guard’s occupation of the Capitol grounds until at least the end of May.
Georgetown University student Jaron Pensinger joins Emily Jashinsky to discuss how his role as a peaceful protester in D.C. was misconstrued by his peers and the press.
The rioters failed in their effort and ensured their marginalization, but marginalization doesn’t mean evaporation. They’re still here, and they’re not going away.
The Capitol riot will hurt the people who were already hurting most, the decent rally goers continually ignored and smeared, now saddled with the baggage of violence they did not commit.
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