What Happened in Virginia?

By:                    Maria Medvin The Virginia Republican primary yielded Corey Stewart as the opponent to face Tim Kaine in the U.S. Senate election this November. Stewart beat Nick Freitas by a difference of 1.7% of the votes. It was a close race. 304,435 Virginians voted. 136,544 for Stewart, 131,267 for Freitas. Stewart won by 5,277 total…

Why Fox News Is No. 1

By:                Michael Reagan You wonder why Fox News is Number One in cable? It’s because CNN, MSNBC, NBC and the rest are so relentlessly negative about Donald Trump they force people to watch Fox to find out the truth about the growing economy or the historically low unemployment rates for blacks. Take this week’s Singapore…

Virginia’s US Senate Race: Trumplicanism vs. Corporate Globalism

By:                Arthur Schaper MAGA candidates were big winners on the June 12th primary, a continuing referendum from working, law-abiding Americans who want their elected representatives to put Americans First. Candidates who strayed from Trump’s agenda or spent more time attacking than working toward the president’s goals, they faced a reckoning. Mark Sanford of South Carolina was…

Clinton’s Lawyers Get To Meet Unicorns

By:               Marina Medvin This may sound like a defense lawyer’s fantasy — government counsel trusts you to voluntarily hand over incriminating evidence against your client, while understanding that your ethical duty is to protect your client’s best interests — but it happened. To Hillary Clinton’s defense lawyers. It’s good to be the Clinton lawyer. For the rest of…

Historic Snooker

By:                Mona Charen The headline writers adore the word “historic.” It was ubiquitous in reporting on the April meeting between Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in. Kim shook Moon’s hand and then guided him over the military demarcation line to step onto North Korean territory. This prompted swoons. What rot. If that was a bona…