Today's Conservative News
A 19-year-old Kansas Democrat who recently defeated a seven-term incumbent by 14 votes in a state House primary election has now withdrawn from the general election, citing “recent developments in the race.
White House Senior Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway announced Sunday that she would step down from her position to focus her time on her family.
Sunday on New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich slammed 2020 Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden for his DNC speech accepting the party’s nomination.
Richard Grenell, the former Acting Director of National Intelligence (DNI) and the former U.S. Ambassador to Germany, told Breitbart News this weekend that President Donald Trump making him the first openly gay cabinet member in U.S. history has nothing to do with “identity politics” and simply reflected that the president picks the most effective people for federal positions.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has two words for when President Trump when he questions his rival’s mental fitness: “Watch me.
RNC delegates head for in-person roll call under strict precautions: Swabs, mandatory masks, all-day health desk
The Republican National Convention (RNC) has dramatically scaled back its footprint in Charlotte, N.C., over coronavirus concerns, but the select few delegates traveling to the Tar Heel State are optimistic both about their ability to take care of the party’s official business and the safety precautions taken by the party to prevent coronavirus spread.
The Republican National Convention kicking off Monday will be a four-day celebration of President Trump – and a visceral four-day condemnation of Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his party.
Older poll workers fear catching the coronavirus, and younger Americans, many of whom have never taken a civics course, have scant interest in civic engagement.
President Donald Trump on Sunday announced that the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had approved the use of convalescent plasma to treat coronavirus for emergency use.
The 2020 Republican National Convention (RNC) is preparing to kick off its four-day celebration with appearances throughout the week from several prominent, conservative voices.
The CCP seeks to make American campuses less conducive to open inquiry, and more dangerous for students and professors. It can’t be allowed to succeed.
President Trump dismissed secret audio recordings released Saturday evening of his older sister Maryanne Trump Barry saying he has “no principles” and calling him “cruel.
Multiple videos tweeted on Saturday appear to show fights breaking out between Black Lives Matter activists, Antifa, and Trump Supporters, according to observers. In one video, people who appear to be law enforcement can be seen standing back and not intervening to keep the peace.
Black Lives Matter activists took to the streets in Chicago Saturday to demonstrate in several controversial ways, chanting in residential areas, stomping on piñatas of pigs dressed as cops, and twerking to Cardi B’s explicit single “WAP,” several videos show.
Rep. Chris Jacobs, R-N.Y., claimed to side with House democrats to provide a boost of $25 billion in funding for the U.S. Postal Service to ensure mail-in voting this presidential election, but said he accidentally “hit the wrong button” Saturday.
Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said Friday that the target audience for the Democratic National Convention this week was “white moderates” and that the Democratic Party could have done more to cater to the party’s base.
Hans von Spakovsky warns mail-in balloting puts voters at risk of intimidation by campaigns, activists
The adoption of universal mail-in balloting in the 2020 election could leave voters vulnerable to arm-twisting by “political guns for hire,” former Federal Election Commission member Hans von Spakovsky told “Life, Liberty & Levin” in an interview airing Sunday.
The House of Representatives on Saturday passed a $25 billion funding infusion to the U.S. Postal Service in a bill that also would reverse new cost-cutting measures and ban any efforts to slow down the mail until at least next year.