A former aide to Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) said incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) knows better than to attempt impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.
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Mark Steyn reacted to news that ticket prices for an evening with Bill and Hillary Clinton last week in Toronto plummeted to about $10 a piece, a far cry from donations that flowed into their foundation over the years.
Conservative author Jerome Corsi on Monday blasted what he called the special counsel's "completely fraudulent" threat to charge him with providing a false statement.
Tucker Carlson said Google is a "sinister monopoly," and that the federal government continues to ignore its overtly partisan business dealings.
News website HuffPost called out Christmas TV classic "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" as being "seriously problematic," claiming that the treatment of Rudolph throughout the story hits on themes of bigotry, sexism and bullying.
Author and columnist Mark Steyn reacted to former Vice President Al Gore calling President Trump "the face of climate denial" and continuing his crusade to purportedly save the Earth from global warming.
Former Bush administration official Jack Abramoff -- who served time in prison over a lobbying scandal -- reacted to Tucker Carlson's assertion that the law is not equally applied against those on the right and left who are accused of lying to the government.
Tucker Carlson highlighted Wednesday how some on the left seem to be rethinking their position on immigration after the political fallout in Germany.
Tucker Carlson said a new poll by a Mexican news organization shows that more than half of the nation's citizens have a negative view of the Central American caravan collecting in Baja California Norte.
Harvard Law Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Wednesday he expects the Mueller probe's final report to leak or be published when it is complete -- and if so, President Trump's legal team should have a rebuttal ready.
Tucker Carlson battled a Univision anchor over the contention that the mainstream media intentionally framed the migrant caravan in a false light, leading up to recent clashes with American authorities at the San Ysidro border crossing.