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Virginia’s 2nd Amendment rally was a huge disappointment for Big Nanny Mike Bloomberg, Gov. Ralph Northam and gun-grabbing busybodies across the nation.
Until quite recently Starbucks and the government were the only two large organizations catering to the dysfunctional at the expense of its rule-following.
Sports was much more enjoyable when reporters covered sports
When will the WoePost stop haunting readers with stories of the Department of Agriculture’s brutal forced migration from Washington to the primitive hellscape of Kansas City?
Parents who allow their daughters to leave the house wearing an “Ask Me About My Boobs” top aren’t doing their child any favors.
I may have discovered the real reason people living in blue states don't contribute as much to charity as those living in red states.
Twinbrook Baptist Church in Rockville, Md. recently had a going-out-of-business-sale.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s call for formal impeachment proceedings is not the first time this has happened in Congress. It’s not even the first time President Trump has been threatened with impeachment.
The WoePost’s coverage of the move has been so tear-jerky one could mistake Donald Trump for Democrat Andrew Jackson driving Cherokees from Georgia.
It was disappointing when Hollywood temporarily canceled the premier of "The Hunt," a movie where leftists killed Deplorables for sport.
Some Opposition Media journos are taking a novel approach to covering guns. They’re actually going hands-on.
There’s hope for price competition in healthcare, but so far only with companies that self-insure and pay for all employee’s medical costs.
Normal people who attempt to follow environmental news are faced with the unsavory choice of listening to the hysterics or the hypocrites.
Sandra Salstrom, a lobbyist for the American Federation of Government Employees, told an eager stenographer, “It seems like if they are successful here, this could just be the tip of the iceberg. We don’t know who’s next.”
For the past year Nash has been eating food that is past its “expiration date.”
President Trump’s second go-round with healthcare pricing marks the first time I can recall a consistent effort on his part to achieve a goal in the face of opposition. Something sadly lacking in the immigration fight.
It’s not just Costco. There’s plenty of blame to share.
This week we have one of those rare occasions when government priorities and government funding match exactly. As Fox News reports, “Loose change left at airports may be used to help fund border operations.”
A new Gallup poll will provide plenty of delusional thinking for complacent Republican leaders convinced they can coast to a win in 2020.
It’s hard to believe Richard Nixon, the consummate, disciplined insider, and Donald Trump, the shambolic, impulsive outsider, have anything in common, but it’s true. Both men shared the belief that winning a national election should convey political power.
The long winter at Valley Shutdown is evidently growing more dire for federal employees.
There have been two major attempts to change the calculus of elections and officeholders since the 1990s. One is a top down “reform” that’s currently being imposed on voters a jurisdiction at a time.
Way back in 2017, before we were on the road to Nuremberg With Donald Trump, the Washington Post was outraged that hospitals were trying to make a profit.
Before the NFL season began, Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell told ESPN, “I want to play. ...But I’ve got to take this stand. Knowing my worth and knowing I can tear a ligament or get surgery at any time, I knew I couldn’t play 16 games with 400 or more touches.”
Here’s how the Opposition Media’s beloved “bipartisan cooperation” works among the residents of Incumbentstan here in Washington, DC. Republicans join leftists to proudly pass a “prison reform” bill that is of absolutely no importance to the conservative base that keeps Washington country club conservatives in offices.
This ‘umum’ would produce a new generation of youth that would understand what Guinness is stressing: Real freedom is “the permission to do as you ought” rather than “the permission to do as you please.”
The session of Congress that occurs after the just-completed election and before the swearing in of the new Congress in January is called a lame duck session. It will last four weeks.
It’s a shame both Democrats and Republicans aren’t as eager to defend citizens who have jobs.
Anderson warns this transgender ideology and its implementation by ‘child welfare’ bureaucrats is “systematically undermining parental authority.”
I frankly don’t know how President Trump gets anything accomplished in the White House.
Ryan is working hard to achieve his goal. The immigration bills he supports will do everything Donald Trump promised he wouldn’t do when he ran for president. Grant amnesty to DACA invaders and continue to dump low-wage visa workers into the food sector.
Previously Starbucks’ customer base had its own individual criteria for choosing a favorite coffee spot among the company’s many outlets. It might be a comely barista, the pastry selection or the free Wi-Fi signal’s clarity.
What do Chipotle and the White House Correspondent’s Dinner have in common? Easy. After the meal, everyone’s a little queasy.
During his nationwide ‘Don’t Blame Me’ tour, Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel told the Miami Herald he was unable to arrest the Parkland school shooter prior to the attack because “his deputies were legally ‘handcuffed.’”
The stubborn intransigence of the Partido Democrata de los Estados Unidos may have just cost it the 2018 midterm election.
There are two predictable responses to any mass shooting.
If you’d told me last week there were two California politicians who believed in borders, proving residency and preventing identity theft I would have thought you were auditioning for an anchor chair on CNN.