Historian Victor Davis Hanson said Wednesday that those on the left who claim the right wing is "racist" and led by a discriminatory leader in President Donald Trump are not held to their own standards.
Tyrus ripped razor manufacturer Gillette for an ad targeting men and "toxic masculinity" while warning of the dangers of sexual harassment and the like.
Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska blasted left-wing groups for attacking Second Lady Karen Pence's decision to resume her teaching career at a Christian school in Washington.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham said he has full confidence in attorney general nominee Bill Barr to oversee the Department of Justice responsibly if confirmed.
Tucker Carlson reacted to a CNN analyst who claimed conservative radio host David Webb was effecting "white privilege" by making an "argument he didn't agree with."
Tucker Carlson debated an Obama foreign policy adviser over whether it is a civic offense to consider withdrawing the United States from NATO or discussing whether the alliance should be altered.
Rep. Deborah Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.), the former head of the Democratic National Committee, blasted President Trump and his demand for a border wall, claiming America "do[es] not have a border crisis."
Fox News senior analyst Brit Hume criticized Iowa Rep. Steve King (R) for asking how "white nationalism, white supremacist, [and] western civilization" became offensive terms, but warned journalists against throwing around the term "racist" with "abandon."
Rep. Dan Crenshaw questioned Monday whether the trip to Puerto Rico by congressional Democrats was a good decision amid the deadlock on border security.
A mother whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant challenged top Democrats Monday on "Fox News @ Night" over their opposition to fund a border wall.
President Trump's attorney, ACLJ President Jay Sekulow, said Monday on "Hannity" that "every American should be concerned" at apparent retaliation by now-former FBI officials against President Trump.
Tucker Carlson debated former Clinton adviser Richard Goodstein Monday night on the Democratic Party's and official Washington's concentration on Russia and accusations that President Trump is in cahoots with its leader, Vladimir Putin.