Trump Confidant Kerik Surrenders Memos to Jan. 6 Panel, Vows to ‘Eviscerate’ Democrat Narrative

Memos show Trump team planned pressure campaign ahead of Jan. 6 to shame governors and state officials into investigating suspected election irregularities.

Election Fraud Investigators Blanket State with Surprise Subpoenas

The investigation into Wisconsin’s elections is still ongoing as special counsel Michael Gableman continues looking into how voting in the state was carried out in the 2020 general election.

New NYC Mayor Will Keep de Blasio’s Vax Mandates in Place

Incoming New York City Mayor Eric Adams says he will keep in place current Mayor de Blasio’s vax mandate for businesses when he steps into office today.

Apple Closes String of New York City Stores to Walk-In Customers Amid Surge in COVID-19 Cases

Apple has closed a string of stores to in-store shopping for customers in New York City amid an increase in COVID-19 cases.

Republicans move to ban federal funds to states, cities that allow non-citizens to vote

Several liberal municipalities from San Francisco to New York have moved to allow non-citizens to cast ballots in local elections.

Five governorships most likely to change party control in 2022

The balance of power could flip in Washington after next year’s midterm elections if Republicans win a House and/or Senate majority. But state legislatures and governor’s mansions could be in for dramatic changes as well. With 36 governorships up in 2022, here are five among the most likely to change party control.

Rand Paul’s naughty list exposes $52 billion in wasteful federal spending

From $2.4 million for an Arctic dinosaur film to $250 million for border walls in the Middle East and North Africa, Kentucky senator uses Festivus list to call attention to wasteful spending.

We’ll Never End the COVID Pandemic if Politicians Keep Making the Same Mistakes

Five hundred and eighty one days ago, I wrote a column that appeared in these pages with a headline on the cover that read “It Needs To End. NOW.”

BLM-Supporting Mayor’s Vaccine Requirement to Limit Black Lives the Most

The Washington, D.C. mayor who painted "Black Lives Matter" on a street leading up to the White House is now implementing a vaccine requirement that will disproportionately impact black lives in her city.

House Democrat Who Co-Sponsored Bill to Replace Police with Social Workers Carjacked at Gunpoint

A Democratic congresswoman who supported anti-police legislation was carjacked Wednesday in Philadelphia.

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