admin

Senator Joe Manchin (D., W. Va.) speaks during an oversight hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., June 16, 2020. Senator Joe Manchin (D., W. Va.) on Wednesday criticized fellow Senate Democrats for their scrutiny of Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s religious beliefs, saying “religion should not enter into” the conversation over who will fill the
0 Comments
Reuters made substantial changes without initial explanation to a story linking a Catholic group associated with Amy Coney Barrett to “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Reuters original report said that “some have likened People of Praise, a self-described charismatic Christian community, to the totalitarian, male-dominated society of Margaret Atwood’s dystopian novel ‘The Handmaid’s Tale” and noted that “others call
0 Comments
David Marchese’s “Talk” interview for an upcoming issue of the New York Times Magazine promoted Rep. Ilhan Omar, Democrat of Minnesota. Omar, a controversial left-wing congresswoman and outspoken member of “The Squad,” has made multiple anti-Semitic remarks, most of which have been downplayed or excused by the paper. Smugness radiated from the headline: “Ilhan Omar Is Not
0 Comments
History is a harsh mistress when trifled with. Newspaper writers and editors make a profession of turning the present into history, and they acknowledge the dignity of facts with every correction appended to the bottom of their stories. Yet over the last year, the editors of The New York Times’ and Pulitzer Center’s “1619 Project”
0 Comments
Yesterday we identified Robin Ash Crandal as the young communist who pointed a gun at highway goers last Friday in Louisville, KY. Today we can report that infamous Democrat anti-Semite Linda Sarsour was behind the scenes leading the rioters harassing innocent drivers and damaging vehicles in the process. On Friday September 20, 2020, in Louisville,
0 Comments
President Donald Trump isn’t finished with his fight against Big Tech censorship.  Trump is planning to meet with several Republican state attorneys general today to urge them to investigate Big Tech censorship of conservatives online.  The president is expected to encourage these state leaders to “use their existing state laws to probe and potentially punish
0 Comments
Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Molly Riley/Reuters) Over on the home page, Dan McLaughlin has an excellent and persuasive column arguing that Republican senators should do what they believe is right, regardless of any potential political risk in November: Consider President Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court and, presuming they find the nominee qualified
0 Comments
Kyle Rittenhouse’s attorneys released brand-new footage appearing to show a Black Lives Matter demonstrator fired shots from a gun before Rittenhouse did, saying it clinches Rittenhouse’s insistence of self-defense. What’s a brief history here? Rittenhouse faces murder charges after he allegedly killed two rioters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and wounded another on Aug. 25 during ongoing
7 Comments
Out on the edge of Herring Run Park in Baltimore, Maryland stands a very old monument in the shape of an Egyptian obelisk. It’s known as the Columbus Obelisk and it has stood in commemoration of the explorer Christopher Columbus since 1792. (For all of you trivia fans, it’s the oldest memorial to Columbus in
0 Comments
NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE T he University of Edinburgh has canceled David Hume. In response to an online petition portraying Hume as “a man who championed white supremacy,” the university has stated that the 18th-century Scotsman’s name will be erased from the tallest building on campus. “The interim decision [pending further review] has been taken,” university
0 Comments
Once again, CNN New Day anchors John Berman and Alisyn Camerota let their political allegiance to the Democratic Party dictate their coverage of President Trump’s upcoming pick to the Supreme Court. In a speech given Monday, Democratic nominee Joe Biden fearmongered how Republican efforts to overturn ObamaCare could threaten people’s health care. This talking point
0 Comments
I’m old enough to remember when speaking out about political issues was actually considered “a good thing.” You know… raising your voice, participating in the debate and voting. Those were all admirable activities in a participatory democracy. Not so in California these days, particularly after the passage of a new law that will leave you
0 Comments