Michelle Malkin shed light on efforts to silence conservatives by groups funded by George Soros
Tucker Carlson took on the idea that the ACLU should "rethink free speech" following the Charlottesville white supremacist riots.
“The whole purpose of college is to learn how to deal with difficult situations, not to run away from them,” said Bloomberg.
Video posted online shows the young woman calling the speaker a “rape apologist” while pounding her fists and yelling profanities.
“I think it’s time to in fact shed light on this issue, that unfortunately threatens marriages, threatens families," said Gov. Gary Herbert.
The ad had asked users to get behind their Second Amendment campaign versus Lt.Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Footage shows crowds standing in the middle of the road with signs saying “Dump Trump” and “Shut Down Trump.”
"This is America. Not the Soviet Union," said Judge Jeanine Pirro.
Outnumbered hosts weighed in on the recent breakout of student protests around the country, saying that there's no such thing as safe spaces "in the real world."
Professor Carol Swain is fighting back against a student petition calling for her suspension at Vanderbilt University, saying that their accusations are “full of lies.”
When Willian Barboza received a speeding ticket a few years ago in upstate New York, he decided to send back a not-so-nice message. "F--- your s----y town b----es," Barboza wrote when he sent back the $175 payment to the town of Liberty, N.Y.
This may be the most ridiculous story you’ll read all day. A student in Tennessee claims she was suspended for saying “bless you” after her peer sneezed.