Donald Trump is a buffoon, but the obsession with taking him down is something else.
Party lawmakers vote to remove Wyoming congresswoman over her criticism of former President Donald Trump
Rep. Liz Cheney had been arguing for months that Republicans had to face the truth about former president Donald Trump - that he had lied about the 2020 election result and bore responsibility for the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol - when the Wyom
Former President Donald Trump launched his own communication platform, enabling him to speak directly to his followers. This platform has begun posting messages from the former president.
One of the former president's lawyers threw down the gauntlet to a controversial Republican from Wyoming who claims the last presidential election was fair.
A picture of what appears to be a pint-sized version of the Carters posing with the jumbo-sized Bidens is triggering a gigantic reaction online.
The national-security establishment's assassination of President John F. Kennedy was one of the pivotal events in our lifetime, and it continues to have an adverse impact on American life today.
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Now that President Donald Trump has left the White House, many Americans are wondering what he plans to do next.
Watch: President Trump Leaves The White House For The Last Time
Daily - if not hourly - for four years, the media, analysts, political figures, operatives, and ordinary folk spoke out against President Trump and what they believe President Trump has done wrong. In the eyes of many, it is quite literally: everythi
Today, December 7, is the anniversary of the "day that will live in infamy," as President Franklin Roosevelt put it after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The mainstream editorialists and op-ed writers will undoubtedly cart out the standard t
In a radio interview with WVW, FFF president Jacob Hornberger discusses the national-security establishment's sophisticated plot to assassinate President Kennedy, given Kennedy's plans to move America in a different direction from the Cold War di
Today, December 7, is the anniversary of the "day that will live in infamy," as President Franklin Roosevelt put it after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
There are many people who will tell you that JFK was assassinated because he was trying to end the Federal Reserve and replace the Federal Reserve note with silver certificates. Not only is this not true, it's the exact opposite of the truth. Join
With President Trump's critics decrying his lack of respect for America's democratic system by his refusal to concede to Joe Biden, now would be a good time to remind such critics of one dark-side aspect of America's much-vaunted democratic sys
The mainstream pro-Biden media is poking fun at Donald Trump's suggestion that there could be fraud involved in the post-election receipt of mail-in ballots. Apparently they're not familiar with the election-theft case of Lyndon Johnson, who woul
We Love You We Love You We Love You This is what Trump hears at this rallies as he is campaigning. In my lifetime, I have never seen such an outpouring for a President, or Presidential candidate.
Jimmy Carter, 95, reveals his son DID smoke marijuana on the White House roof with Willie Nelson 40 years ago in new documentary
Last month the University of Southern California announced the removal of the name of former USC president Rufus von KleinSmid from a building on campus. Von KleinSmid served as president of the university from 1921 to 1947.
"No leader of a powerful nation" should allow such a thing as "the dismemberment of the Soviet Union." –Marxist "Civil War" historian Eric Foner, The Nation, Feb. 11, 1991
he Future of Freedom Foundation hosted one of the most fascinating, important, and relevant conferences in our 27-year history.
In the face of yet more US protests/riots in defiance of curfews, US President Trump last night threatened to bring in the military to maintain control.
From mayor to governor to president, Cleveland never let his veto pen sit idle.