Jorge Arreaza, a representative of Nicolás Maduro’s brutal regime, is getting walloped by the conservative media for his “insult” aimed at President Trump.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone have done it again. In a season opener reminiscent of Season 18’s “Go Fund Yourself,” the South Park creators satirized a bevy of today’s issues.
Michael Morell left the famed institution upon learning that the Army private convicted of espionage would become a colleague.
The Intersectional Left has lost its damn mind. For proof of this, look no further than a recent video from Everyday Feminism about “genital preferences.”
The HBO documentary, released in 2004, intertwines the incomprehensible tragedy of 9/11 with the unifying and uplifting spirit of America’s pastime. It is a must-watch on the 16-year anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
Despite the actual President’s dubious schemes with Democrat leaders, other members of his administration are actually trying to push a conservative agenda. Enter Betsy DeVos.
While Donald Trump has called on Beijing tirelessly to assist in dealing with the North Korea problem, it’s been mostly crickets from Xi Jinping. There’s a major reason for that: Xi needs to finish playing politics at home first.