No place in American society is off limits for the amorphous blob known as “cancel culture.”
You know it’s getting thick when even Sen. Elizabeth Warren says Facebook and other social media are too censorious.
America is still grappling with the issues that plagued a divisive 2020 election.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is on a roll. On Wednesday, Mr. DeSantis said he will pardon anyone in the Sunshine State charged for not wearing their masks or socially distancing. He delivered the news live during a Fox News interview where a couple, who own a gym in Broward County, were facing jail-time for allowing their patrons not to wear masks while exercising.
The truth is that America is at an inflection point and Joe Biden is missing his moment.
Imagine going over to your grandparents to rake leaves. Once done with your chore, grandma gives you $10. Upon returning home, however, your parents take seven of your 10 dollars as a “tax” for living in their home.
Two months ago, I gave a speech on the floor of the U.S. House. It was about H.R. 1280, the “George Floyd Justice In Policing Act,” that would criminalize chokeholds, ban no-knock warrants and overrule “qualified immunity,” among other provisions.
On Wednesday, President Biden’s Special Climate Envoy and President Obama’s former secretary of State and Democratic nominee for president testified before the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
In the last 12 months, the Republican National Committee and its cognates have declined to create a platform and seem uninterested in conducting an assessment of their losses.