The only polls that matter are those on Election Day.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Jenin Younes to discuss the jarring reversal of the Biden Administration and other Democratic politicians regarding COVID-19 and lockdown policies.
Since the pandemic began two years ago, the Fed’s balance sheet has ballooned from about five-trillion dollars to almost nine-trillion dollars—a near doubling.
By almost any measure, the quality of life in California has dramatically deteriorated in recent years.
Every war-waging dictatorship in the 20th century was established on the back of an emergency. It’s naïve to assume it can’t happen in America.
Matt Kibbe is joined by Phil Magness, senior research faculty at the American Institute for Economic Research, to discuss the rapidly changing narratives on COVID-19.
Tricia Lindsay is a civil rights attorney in New York with a valuable perspective to offer on the vaccine mandates, the well-being of our children, parental rights, and freedom of religion.
When DC Mayor Muriel Bowser mandated that bars and restaurants check the vaccination status of all patrons and deny service to those unvaccinated, Eric Flannery, owner of The Big Board in Washington, DC, took a stand.
When Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that restaurants in the District of Columbia would be required to turn away some customers based on their medical history, Eric Flannery told his customers that he would never discriminate against them.
By expanding Medicare coverage and increasing government spending on health care, eventually we’ll have a full-fledged universal single-payer system in which the government is the one and only source of health insurance.
The big blue burro in the sky carried one directive for Democrats from Albany to Denver: time to donkey kick the science, the midterm elections are at stake!
Zach Vorhies blew the whistle on Google’s push to create “a clean and regularly sanitized news corpus.”