'I am sick and tired of liberals using black people and making us look like victims'
Fox News Channel has figured out that if it caves to social media pressure and advertiser boycotts, it will soon have no shows left in its lineup. FNC's co-president, Jack Abernethy, recently provided a public statement in support of prime-time host Laura Ingraham, who tweeted an ill-advised insult about Florida high schooler David Hogg, a survivor of his school's mass shooting. That tweet sparked outrage on social media and a Hogg-inspired advertiser boycott of Ingraham's show.
Steve Moore: Manufacturers are bullish on the future and talking about expanding their operations as a result of the tax cut
Former Immigration Judge Art Arthur: Justice Gorsuch got it wrong on yesterday's SCOTUS decision, and so did the analysts
The old saying that there is no such thing as bad publicity may apply to Fox News Channel anchor Laura Ingraham. Advertisers in droves began fleeing her political commentary show The Ingraham Angle, which airs weeknights at 10 p.m. Eastern on Fox News, after Ingraham got into a petty and well-publicized social media dispute with a prominent Parkland high school gun control advocate, for which she subsequently apologized. The student, David Hogg, had already tweeted out a list of Ingraham advertisers, however, and the rest is history. He also apparently declined to accept her apology.
Just a reminder that the America's heavy lifting and hard work continues - far from the endless squawking and media hubbub in the nation's capital. The incredible B-52 just keeps on keeping on, and has shattered old performance records, according to a new Air Force report. Keep in mind that various models of Boeing's B-52 have been in service since 1955. The B-52 H model, which is currently in use, first went into service 57 years ago.
California authorities pushed back Monday on a Trump administration official's claim that Gov. Jerry Brown rejected terms of the National Guard's initial deployment to the Mexican border.
Rassmussen's Fran Coombs: We stand behind our polls 100%
Change a child's story suffering from PTSD. Rebekah's Angels was founded to provide financial assistance to children with PTSD due to trauma. Through an extensive application process, we will evaluate each individual need, and finance therapy treatments. Rebekah's Angels believes that with every new day, comes new hope for children suffering from PTSD.
The Bavaria-based firm, which traces its roots back to 1790, does not have to worry about keeping a Chinese joint venture partner happy because it is the sole owner of its two plants in Shanghai and Tianjin.
Conservatives are horrified by the staggering $21 trillion in debt as well as the trillion dollar deficits we are running each year as a result of the latest omnibus bill and spending trajectory. Last month, my office's phones were ringing off the hook with constituents dismayed that Washington is once again dramatically growing the size of government and their kids' debt bill.
Rep. Luke Messer of Indiana stops by to talk about his new plan to stop sanctuary city funding
John Fund: 'Blue Wave' Midterm Predictions are Psychological Warfare on the Part of the Media, They Want to Convince GOP It's Over Before it Begins
Fired FBI Director James Comey's bookselling campaign is well under way. ABC is leaking sensational tidbits from a five-hour interview Comey did with George Stephanopoulos, set to air in a prime-time special Sunday. A commercial for the show features Stephanopoulos revealing that Comey compared President Trump to a "mob boss."
Chinese President Xi Jinping is leading a Maoist Long March to achieve his dream of global power. Instead of retreating from Chiang Kai-shek's forces, as Mao Zedong did, Xi is instead retreating from the Chinese people's hopes for democratic reform, freedom of expression, protection of human rights, and economic liberalization. Xi is exporting his brand of colonialism with Chinese characteristics through soft power means, on a road toward achieving his hard power ends.
China's investment in sensitive U.S. technology has the Trump administration so worried that it imposed tariffs on Chinese tech goods on Tuesday, while lawmakers are looking for ways to bar similar future investments. Why now? One reason is a recent Pentagon white paper that warns about Beijing's plans to appropriate made-in-America tech.
Economist Paul Krugman predicted a global recession after President Trump was elected. He was wrong. Most economists predicted a British recession after the Brexit vote. They were wrong. Economists and journalists are now predicting dire economic consequences from Trump's tariffs on China. In several months, we will see that they are wrong too.