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"It's important that our notes, our money … reflect the history and diversity of our country," said White House press secretary Jen Psaki. [Read More]
Republicans have warned that eliminating the filibuster would cause long-lasting damage to the Senate. [Read More]
Portman doesn't create a lot of controversy, he just goes to work and gets bills passed. [Read More]
Senator Leahy, the Senate's president pro tempore, will oversee the trial, according to multiple reports. [Read More]
It says something revealing that a particular kind of faith is anathema in the media, while another kind has its blessing. [Read More]
The probe will look into allegations concerning the conduct of former and current Justice Dept. officials but will not extend to other government officials. [Read More]
Certain state or local officials might be looking for a scapegoat to distract from their own bad decisions. [Read More]
John J. Miller is joined by Todd B. Vick to discuss his book, Renegades and Rogues: The Life and Legacy of Robert E. Howard. [Read More]
What a different titanic force bestriding politics for a seeming eternity can tell us about the Trump years. [Read More]
In his must-read new book, Jerry Hendrix offers a lucid, accessible argument for the future of U.S. naval power. [Read More]
Biden doesn't have to make governing hard for himself. But he probably will, if his term's inauspicious start is anything to go on. [Read More]
It may become routine for the best existing girls' athletes to drop out after the entrance of trans athletes into their sport. [Read More]
The more that taxpayers pick up the expense of putting students through college and grad school, the more wasteful the whole system becomes. [Read More]
The award-winning TV host and radio personality had recently been hospitalized with the coronavirus. [Read More]
1983—After telling his girlfriend that "we're going to kill Charles," William Wayne Thompson, age 15, and three older friends brutally murder his former brother-in-law, Charles... [Read More]
Andy and Rich discuss the impending impeachment, Trump's new lawyer, and the pardons enacted by Trump in his final days as president. [Read More]
Rich, Charlie, and Jim discuss Biden's inauguration and the new administration's actions in the first few days. [Read More]
The trial will consider one article of impeachment. [Read More]
Even if the media say otherwise... [Read More]
Sycophantic pundits compare Biden to God, call him the nation's new father, and say 'cleansing' is underway. [Read More]
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