A plugged-in, diehard Republican in Ohio: “My county chairman told me that by midday 35 percent of the Republicans had voted, only 15-16 percent of Democrats; and the University of Dayton, which had turned out 80-90 percent in 2008, was only at 12 percent at midday. And in our district, our strongest period is after 5 p.m.. Gonna be a looooong night for the Dems here.”
Elizabeth Warren now contends that Big Grocery is conspiring to take advantage of consumers.
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.
The White House had a head start on the task of getting Covid tests ready for the holidays, and failed miserably anyway.
Just after effectively eliminating penalties for a number of crimes, Bragg admitted Monday that gun crime is ravaging the city and at a rising rate.
The Treasury secretary suggested that the same discrimination and injustices that Martin Luther King Jr. fought to dismantle still persist today
The rabbi said he and two fellow hostages made a run for the exit as the situation intensified.
Being cautious about assigning motive seems to apply only to certain politically inconvenient acts.
Claiming Dr. King only for one particular political ideology skips over the first question of what this holiday honors.
Biden proved unable to state that the Texas synagogue hostage-taker was motivated by antisemitism.