Newt Gingrich Trump's Arcane Path to the Presidency

Trump’s Arcane Path to the Presidency

As of today, every mainstream media outlet has called the presidential race for Joe Biden. Senate Republicans are scrambling to save control of the Senate by winning either or both of the runoffs in Georgia. Both Biden and Kamala Harris have given grand speeches declaring their intentions to unify all Americans, even those they previous compared to modern-day Nazis.

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Joe Biden Presidential Debate

The Case Against Biden (in His Own Words)

There was a lot to regret about this election cycle – social media oligopolies abandoned every vestige of impartiality, American cities went up in flames as racial tensions reached a fever pitch, the mainstream media turned into a protection racket for the candidate they favored and a pandemic arrived from China just when it seemed like President Trump was coasting to re-election. However, given all that, one should be thankful for the perspective this election cycle has provided.

Biden in His Own Words: A Debate to Forget

Biden in His Own Words: A Debate to Forget

Entering Thursday’s debate, the Trump campaign faced two challenges: getting the President’s points past the moderator and avoiding ill-advised interruptions that cut into Biden’s string of bland platitudes. Not only did President Trump avoid those pitfalls, but Joe Biden committed himself to policy positions that appeal to nobody outside community organizing collectives and tenured college faculty.

Newt Gingrich Audio: Dueling Town Halls, Hunter Biden and Censorship

Biden in His Own Words: A Hunter Special

It is no secret that Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden does not respond well to being questioned about his son’s dealings. In an appearance on NBC’s “Today” show in February, Biden was asked by co-host Savannah Guthrie about whether Hunter Biden should not have taken a position on the board of Ukrainian energy company, Burisma, as the company viewed his appointment as a means to get to then-Vice President Joe Biden.

Revising Revisionism: The New York Times’ 1619 Project

Revising Revisionism: The New York Times’ 1619 Project

The New York Times launched the 1619 Project last year with an ambitious aim: To “reframe” American history, portraying 1619 as the year of America’s “true founding.” However, after a barrage of criticism from scholars on both sides of the political spectrum, the 1619 Project started to let some air out of the balloon. Without issuing any correction or clarification, the Times quietly removed the reference to 1619 as the year of America’s true founding.

NFL and Sports Protests

“America’s Game” Bends the Knee

This year, as we exit a summer marked by racially charged protests and riots throughout the country, the NFL was pressured by left-leaning activists and organizers to show its support to the wave of anarcho-progressivism sweeping the country.