Democratic leaders of the New York Legislature have reached an agreement set to pass as early as this week that would revoke the emergency powers granted to Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) early last year to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Lawmakers said they seek to return to a balance of power, but … Read More... about NY Legislature moves to strip Gov. Andrew Cuomo of emergency powers
After a white professor demanded an apology from his college's faculty senate for "racist sentiments" in its recent resolution that "contribute to a hostile work environment" — including discrimination against him — a former student launched a petition to fire the professor, the New York Post … Read More... about White professor under fire after complaining about racism, discrimination against white males at his college
The city council in Petaluma, California, voted unanimously Monday night to permanently bar the construction of new gas stations as well as ban adding more gas pumps to existing stations, The Drive reported. According to local officials, the city already has enough places to fuel up internal … Read More... about California city council votes unanimously to outlaw new gas stations — and new pumps at existing stations. Expect more bans, Axios warns.
Americans, by three to one, strongly favor the preservation and use of President Donald Trump’s border wall, according to a poll by Harvard-Harris. The panel of 1,778 adults was asked: “Do you think that any holes in the border wall with Mexico should be patched or should be left … Read More... about Poll: Public Overwhelmingly Supports Donald Trump's Border Wall
White House press secretary Jen Psaki defended President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris on Monday for remaining publicly silent on the Andrew Cuomo sexual harassment scandal. Psaki reminded reporters during the White House press briefing that she spoke on behalf of Harris and … Read More... about Jen Psaki Defends Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Public Silence on Andrew Cuomo Scandal
San Diego-based reporter Jeff McAdam was delivering a live TV report Monday night when the hit was interrupted by a police shootout. What are the details? McAdam, a reporter for KSWB-TV, was delivering a street-side report about the cancellation of Comic-Con's in-person conference events when … Read More... about Police shootout breaks out during reporter's live shot. His calm and collected reaction is priceless.
Defeating left-wing “cancel culture” requires a reciprocal approach from the right, determined Mike Cernovich, author, journalist, and producer of Hoaxed, on Tuesday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow. “The only way that you can fight back against cancel culture … Read More... about Exclusive – Mike Cernovich: Only Way to Fight Cancel Culture Is 'You Have to Cancel Them'
President Joe Biden delivers remarks at the White House in Washington, D.C., February 10, 2021. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)Jonathan Last has a piece out at The Bulwark arguing that the Biden administration’s schedule could be a little different than its predecessors’. While most presidents use their … Read More... about A Reply to Jonathan Last
Texas is fully reopening and the statewide mask mandate will be rescinded this week, Gov. Greg Abbott (R) announced Tuesday. "Effective next Wednesday, all businesses of any type are allowed to open 100%," the governor said at a news conference announcing an end to restrictions imposed to slow the … Read More... about Texas drops coronavirus restrictions, opens all businesses 100%, ends statewide mask mandate
Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) would not rule out campaigning for governorship of New York when asked on Tuesday if he would consider running against Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) by Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow. Zeldin joined Marlow on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss calls from some … Read More... about Exclusive: New York Rep. Lee Zeldin Won't Rule Out Gubernatorial Run, Says Cuomo Scandals Threaten Single-Party Rule in State
China’s state-run Global Times on Monday defended the prosecution of 47 pro-democracy activists and politicians in Hong Kong against a rising tide of global criticism, insisting the Hong Kong defendants are no different than the rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol on January 6, so China is equally … Read More... about China Compares Hong Kong Protesters to January 6 Rioters
A professor at Ursinus College in Pennsylvania says she felt "violated" by a tweet from ESPN college basketball announcer and radio host Dan Dakich because he used the word "bitching," claiming that he also made a "sexualized" reference. Dr. Johanna Mellis, a former Division I swimmer and co-host of … Read More... about College prof accuses ESPN's Dan Dakich of 'misogynistic and violent' behavior because of a tweet
The Dr. Seuss people have decided that And To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street and a few other Seussian classics must not be published in the future. … Read More... about Up Next on the Banned-Books List
During his remarks, DeSantis paid tribute to the 30,000 Florida residents who lost their lives due to coronavirus and touted his state’s vaccine distribution efforts. “We thank the health care professionals throughout Florida who cared for those who became ill due to COVID. This includes frontline … Read More... about Gov. Ron DeSantis Vows Florida Businesses, Schools Will Stay Open in State of the State Address
The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF) wrote an analysis Monday which found nearly 50 opportunities to win five districts for Republicans to gain a majority in the House during the 2022 midterm elections. CLF President Dan Conston wrote that the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) … Read More... about Memo: Nearly 50 Opportunities to Win 5 Districts for House GOP Majority
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) weighed in on the Democrats’ mounting calls for Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) to resign following a third woman stepping forward and accusing him of sexual harassment, explaining that while he personally disagrees with the “socialist Democrat standard” of the presumption of guilt, … Read More... about Mo Brooks on Calls for Cuomo Resignation: 'No Fair Trial if You Adopt Socialist Democrat Standard'
While publicly denying that a crisis is underway at the U.S.-Mexico border, the Biden administration appears to be scrambling to contain and manage a massive surge of illegal immigrant children flooding into the country, according to internal documents. What are the details? Based on revelations … Read More... about Report: Biden admin publicly denies border crisis while internally freaking out about rapid influx of migrant children, massive bed shortage
Despite a consistent relationship with him, the Working Families Party (WFP) has called on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to resign amid multiple allegations of sexual assault or harassment. Over the last decade, New Yorkers have found themselves curious every four years as they waited to see if Cuomo … Read More... about Working Families Party Calls on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Resign
The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Molly Riley/Reuters)Today’s talking points on the left, judging from the news media and Twitter, are about a Republican lawyer supposedly admitting to the Supreme Court that the party needs racist voter suppression to win elections. As an example, … Read More... about Today’s Phony Panic about Voting
The Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters)The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving federal funding of abortion providers in the U.S. Early last week, the Court granted cert in a case challenging the “Protect Life” rule, which the Trump administration enacted to … Read More... about Supreme Court to Hear Case on Federal Funding of Abortion