Democrats

Opinion

Opinion: Oops, They Did it Again. Democrats Unveil Latest Plan to Pack Supreme Court

Benjamin Franklin said in 1789, “Our new Constitution is now established, everything seems to promise it will be durable; but, in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes.” Apparently, there is one other certainty in this world: Democrats will try to pack the Supreme Court. In 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt attempted to

Police reforms

Maryland lawmakers override vetoes on sweeping police reform

Maryland lawmakers voted Saturday to override Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s vetoes of three far-reaching police reform measures that supporters say are needed to increase accountability and restore public trust. One of the measures repeals job protections in the police disciplinary process that critics say impede accountability. Maryland approved the nation’s first Law Enforcement Officers Bill

Opinion

Opinion: Bye, Bye Miss American Pie, Baseball, Chevies and…

It is difficult to swallow the change the United States has witnessed from the time I was a boy. Oh, how American pie, baseball, Chevrolet and so much more have faltered as they fall to bad ideas from the left. Starting with the most recent of travesties, Major League Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred Jr.

Elections

Report: Arizona a ‘shining example’ for Democrats wooing Latino voters

Democrats looking to win the Latino vote should take their cues from Arizona, which was held up as a “shining example” of how it’s done by the author of an election post-mortem on the Latino vote. Nuestro PAC said months of advance grassroots work by organizations like LUCHA and Mi Familia Vota paved the way

National

McConnell: Killing Filibuster Means ‘Scorched Earth’ Senate

The following is taken from a March 16 speech by Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) from the floor of the Senate, in response to calls from Senate Democrats to eliminate the filibuster rule. Mr. President, today I’d like to begin with a few quotations: “The legislative filibuster is the most important distinction between the

COVID-19

Republicans test history in vote against pandemic relief

With the nation’s financial system on the brink of collapse, all but three Republicans voted against the massive stimulus package designed to protect millions of Americans from financial ruin. It was early 2009, just weeks after Joe Biden was sworn in as vice president, and the vote marked the beginning of a new era of

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