Democrats are pushing the biggest expansion of government in history at a time when the majority of Americans say the government is already doing too much.
Donald Trump has never been able to prove the 2020 presidential election was stolen. And while it may be impossible to prove it wasn’t stolen either, there are several reasons for conservatives to accept the results and move on.
These days the Democrats’ mandate list is long—and growing longer. But their embrace of mandates isn’t new.
The solution to this problem is simple to understand, though difficult to implement: If you want to drain the swamp, first drain big government.
Vote buying used to be limited, secret and with a politician's own money; today it's massive and cheered, and it's done with taxpayer and employer money.
President Biden’s job performance is making him the most serious political threat to Democrats’ election chances in 2022. It’s almost as if Biden is a GOP secret weapon, ensuring that Republicans retake control of the House and Senate.
As Texas seeks to pass its election integrity bill amidst claims that voter fraud is nonexistent, here are cases that refute that claim.
There are numerous stories about conservatives and Fox News politicizing the national vaccination effort. But the media weren't nearly so concerned about that politicization last fall when Democrats were the vaccine skeptics.
More women and minorities are becoming first-time gun owners, which should worry Democratic politicians since gun owners tend to vote more Republican.
Senate filibuster repeal or reform is being considered once again. Returning to the “talking filibuster” wouldn’t change the 60 votes needed to end debate, but it could expedite the process.