President Trump renewed his push for tax reform on Wednesday by arguing it would benefit workers like truckers in America, while ripping Democrats in Congress as “obstructionists” who want to raise taxes.
Perhaps you’ve lost track of the Democrat’s slowly exploding IT scandal, as much of the media is doing all it can to simply ignore it away.
If there is one issue on which Congress has been utterly gridlocked, despite one mass shooting after another, it is guns.
Democrat Dan Helmer, a candidate for Virginia’s 10th congressional district, released a campaign ad Monday entitled “Helmer Zone” that is being ripped across the board by journalists as one of the “worst ever” political ads.
A Democratic congresswoman said drawing attention to a colleague’s first job in the fast food industry is racist.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., condemned attacks by members of Antifa against conservative demonstrators over the weekend in Berkeley, Calif., calling the violence a “sad event.”
Rep. Keith Ellison, deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee, on Friday sought to immediately retract claims that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is acting more responsibly than President Trump.
An IT scandal involving perhaps dozens of Democrats in Congress is advancing so fast that it can be hard to keep up with the details – especially given that so much of the media is ignoring or downplaying the story.
Democratic Rep. Alcee Hastings (Fla.)
Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is coming under mounting pressure to explain why she kept an IT aide on the payroll for months after a criminal investigation was revealed, facing calls from Republicans to testify as well as a newly filed ethic…