Tucker Carlson called out what he sees as hypocrisy on climate change by elites, such as Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
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Ken Starr said that while Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation has not yet revealed any evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, the probe has not "gone off on a tangent."
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy said Wednesday that it was "ridiculous" that a former "Saturday Night Live" writer was booted from his stand-up comedy set because of jokes deemed "racist" and "homophobic."
Former federal attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova said Wednesday that the memorandum from the Mueller team outlining the case against Gen. Michael Flynn [Ret.] shows the probe into the former national security adviser was a "frame-up... to get Donald Trump."
Tucker Carlson and New York Sen. Kevin Parker debated a bill proposed by the Democrat that would call for a social media check by the government for anyone in the state applying for a gun license.
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.
Tucker Carlson and former DNC Communications Director Luis Miranda clashed on Tuesday over the focus that's being put on the migrant caravan as opposed to rural America.
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.