Apparently, Portland’s political leaders thought Batman was the bad guy. They’ve turned the Rose City into Gotham City without the Caped Crusader.
In recent polling, Germans were more anti-American than any other nation in Europe.
Nastiness can go too far when we forget our political opponents are people, too.
Some people are quick to blame Trump for coronavirus deaths, but they give Democrats a pass.
If you believe one of these common coronavirus myths, you’re living with unnecessary fear.
Unless King Steve Sisolak changes his mind again, Las Vegas will soon face new limits on gatherings and activities.
The Trump reelection campaign says a new Nevada elections law is unconstitutional and will promote fraud, but the state says its there to help people vote in the age of COVID-19.
Kamala Harris wasn’t a hard-core district attorney in San Francisco nor a tough-on-crime attorney general in California, but she was still selected as the Democrats’ vice presidential nominee.
Efforts to change time-honored rules for short-term gain are becoming more common on the left.
You can’t have a fruitful discussion when terms mean different things to different people. Consider the controversy surrounding “Black Lives Matter.”
Kamala Harris once accused Joe Biden of being a racist who touched women inappropriately.
The daily growth in Nevada’s coronavirus cases appears to have peaked. Governor-turned-king Steve Sisolak is preparing to put new restrictions into effect anyway.
The 32nd special session of the Nevada Legislature was marked by uneven management, with chambers sitting empty during the day and hearings that stretched well past midnight.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has bestowed kingly powers upon himself because he thinks the coronavirus requires acting like your parent.
Bipartisan group warns that President Trump will not accept the 2020 election results, but their solutions are even worse.