Actor Scott Baio suggested Rosie O'Donnell move to North Korea after she sent a message to dictator Kim Jong-un insulting President Trump.
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Diamond and Silk came out swinging against both white nationalist groups and violent leftist radicals on Sunday.
Mike Huckabee condemned the white nationalist riots that rocked the nation yesterday as "evil, sinful, disgusting behavior."
Radio host Herman Cain accused the media of playing into North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un's "warfare on the minds of the American people."
A Georgia police officer went above and beyond the call of duty and worked part-time jobs as well as his normal police hours to pay for school supplies and haircuts for kids who might not have been able to afford them otherwise.
Alan Dershowitz stated that President Trump enjoys more credibility with North Korea than Obama did with his foreign policy.
Steve Cortes stated that the border wall is not anti-Mexico, but meant to protect those who would enter into the U.S. through Mexico to harm those here.
The New School, a university in New York City, has published a guide on avoiding microaggressions.
Republican voter Bob Heghmann is suing Virginia Republican officials for Congress' failure to repeal and replace ObamaCare.
A lifelong Democrat who voted for President Trump in November pushed back against claims that Trump Democrats are as mythical as unicorns.
David Bossie said the deep state in America is trying to destroy the Trump presidency from within.
Former CIA operative Dr. James Mitchell recommended looking at the pattern of sensitive information leaks coming from the White House as part of a strategy to pinpoint leakers.