For a while, I wondered if the Delaware Senate race was going to slip through the Republicans’ fingers, as it’s an awfully blue state and you figure Joe Biden would do anything to keep his old seat in the hands of the Democrats. So far, that’s not happening: “The U.S. Senate race in Delaware is virtually unchanged over the past two months, with Republican Mike Castle continuing to draw strong support from the state’s voters. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely Voters in Delaware shows Castle picking up 55 percent support to Democrat Chris Coons’ 32 percent.”
Oswalt betrayed a friend of 34 years because he was scared by the antics of a handful of crap-flinging baboons on the Internet.
The Senate Republican leader on how to resist the ‘genuine radicals’ bent on destroying the Senate and transforming the country.
Less fanaticism, more restraint, and more moderation — not the worst idea for a new year’s resolution.
Democrats shoot themselves in the foot to make their displeasure with Joe Manchin clear.
Why were President Biden and the FBI so reluctant to say that the synagogue gunman was motivated by antisemitism and jihadism?
California bled outbound citizens so badly that U-Haul ran out of trucks to rent.
Students who don't wear masks indoors or on the school bus ‘will be precluded access to face-to-face instructional programming until they comply.’
Given the conservative majority on the Supreme Court, many protestors were filled with optimism.
The FBI's comments on Friday are a notable shift.
The young Army veteran thinks he has what it takes to score a Republican upset.
For a year, Manchin has been making his position on his fellow Democrats’ grand policy ambitions clear. They have yet to get the message.
Antonio Guterres said his decision to attend the games has ‘nothing to do’ with Chinese-government policies.