Elon Musk, the eccentric owner of Tesla, is purchasing Twitter for $44 billion. Musk has often been an outspoken critic of the censorship at Twitter, as conservatives are silenced and deplatformed
Are we heading toward an all-renewable energy future, spearheaded by wind and solar? Or are those energy sources wholly inadequate for the task? Mark Mills, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of The Cloud Revolution, compares the energy dream to the energy reality.
Oil field workers go by lots of different names, but they are all at the end of the day people. Fathers. Mothers. Sons. Daughters. Neighbors.
As Russia continues to invade Ukraine, one question is on everyone’s minds… Will Russia give peace a chance?
The entire world is currently facing an energy crisis. The problem is exacerbated in the United States, where the White House has blocked efforts to increase domestic energy production.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has more pundits than ever talking about the role energy plays in world affairs.
In March of 2020, students of all ages and grade levels began virtual learning as the Coronavirus pandemic spread across the world.
American legal professor and former government official, John Yoo, demonstrates the benefits of federalism in America.
Congress is set to pass a $1.5 trillion (TRILLION) omnibus spending package this week, and as you might expect, when there is so much money packed into one bill, a lot of it goes to waste.
Yesterday, Yo Yo Ma was seen playing the cello outside the Russian Embassy in Washington DC as an act of protest against the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Overall, Republicans won 260 seats, just under 50% of all 523 seats up for election. That total includes 139 uncontested seats, accounting for 53% of all Republican victories statewide.
House Republican lawmakers are sniping at one another over whether to keep the rule that allowed eight GOP lawmakers to eject ex-Speaker Kevin McCarthy from the chamber’s top job.
Taxpayers, and renters in particular, will lose thousands of dollars in TABOR refunds over the next decade if voters approve Proposition HH in November, a study released this week says.
We must stop Russia’s advance in Ukraine now “so that it does not come to pass, as it did in World War I and World War II, that American soldiers have to shed their blood and to lose their lives in Europe to restore peace and liberty to the world.”
Temporary sales-tax holidays offer consumers some savings, but critics say they’re arbitrary and inefficient.
President Joe Biden has issued the first veto of his presidency, preserving a Labor Department rule that permits fiduciary retirement fund managers to consider climate change and social criteria when making investments.
Italian PM: European nations turning to “realistic policies” and leaders who don’t force an “ideological approach”
“I think citizens now they understand this difference, and in tough moments they want to be governed by someone who doesn’t follow ideological topics.”
Retail theft in America has grown to a $94 billion epidemic, a staggering 90 percent increase since 2018. Retailers say that the problem gained momentum about a decade ago, when states began decriminalizing low-level shoplifting.
Girls High School Basketball Team Banned From Future Tournaments for Refusing to Compete Against Team With Male Player
A Christian school’s girls basketball team has been banned from competing in future tournaments after forfeiting a game against a team with a male student… Read More
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‘I Cannot Wait To Hug My Mother’: Wrongfully Convicted Man Free After Serving 34 Years Of 400-Year Sentence
‘I cannot wait to hug my mother’
We are still deeply divided as a people, and, sometimes, when you look around America today, it feels like anarchy has been loosed on the world. Those full of passionate intensity on both sides of the aisle are releasing a blood-dimmed tide that is drowning innocence.
“If [Sen.] Sheldon Whitehouse had his way, Lois Lerner would just look like a test run,” government watchdog Tom Jones says.