Real truth to real power looks like this.
It took two decades for a slumbering America to shake loose from the railroad villains. In the face of new oligarchs, we can do it again.
The smell of Biden Administration panic is thicker than a hundred overused immigrant detention center porta potties.
Election reform should never be a strictly partisan affair.
The return of a key architect of the Russia collusion hoax to the Department of Justice is a chilling sign of things to come.
Joe Biden better prepare himself because he may be witnessing his own future.
We can’t expect the Supreme Court to make up for the legal ground game in the state legislatures that Powell’s showboating undermined.
While the taxpayers foot the bill for the January 6 Capitol incident, corporate media encourages a business model that makes future such events more likely by profit-seeking revolutionaries.
While many of the other arrestees from January 6 continue to be held in custody, the presiding U.S. magistrate mysteriously released John E. Sullivan from custody.
Kevin Clinesmith was a martyr to the cause of “getting Trump,” and his service has been rewarded.
A lifetime devoted to the cult of victimhood yields a barren life.
Before the opportunity is lost forever, the president should thank him on behalf of the American people. If it hadn’t been for Horowitz, the Mueller team would have been totally unchecked.
As of December 2019, Tuva LLC collected $48 million in fees from the FBI. What value did taxpayers receive, other than supplementing the retirement of former federal employees?
If we must live with the marionette president, let’s cut a few of the strings that were intended for his control.
If the Election Day shenanigans amount to a clear subversion of the results, Trump has a path to a remedy through the state legislatures of the relevant states.
Corporate media and permanent Washington have effectively merged into a single actor.
For many watching the near-total destruction of the American free press, Fox News appears as a poseur using its market share to crowd out truly noncorporate speech.
The Trump campaign has confined its election challenges to the normal legal process that follows a close election. The same could not be said of Democrats in previous elections.
The successful public relations campaign against the Electoral College means there will be little outrage over compromising a process that the Democrats already consider illegitimate.
We spent the last several months in a fog of coordinated propaganda posing as polling.