Letter to the Editor: Guarding against foreign powers

I am a 96-year-old World War II veteran who was assigned to protect our national boundaries from foreigners invading or crossing our borders during the years of 1941-1946 President Trump is attempting to accomplish the same problem without full support and without giving up the lives of our military personnel. Why can’t the Democratic Party […]

2020 Democrats clash over impeachment, felons’ right to vote

MANCHESTER, N.H. — California Sen. Kamala Harris joined the call for President Donald Trump’s impeachment as five leading Democratic presidential contenders clashed in a series of prime-time town hall meetings that exposed deep divisions in a party desperate to end the Trump presidency. Harris’ unexpected support for impeachment follows Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s push for […]

House Democrats cheer wins of 1st 100 days, ponder stumbles

WASHINGTON — Newly elected Rep. Sharice Davids is most proud of setting up a congressional office in part of her Kansas district she said hadn’t seen one for years. For Georgia Rep. Lucy McBath, her biggest victory was passing the gun background checks legislation she advocated for after her son’s shooting death. And for New […]

Commentary: Will Democrats push country to socialism?

As we get full swing into the 2020 election campaigns, every Democrat-committed candidate has endorsed policies that will eliminate our democratic republic. Forget our Constitution, the Democrats, with their definition of equality and inclusion for all, believe our country is better off by destroying our current form of government. A lot has been written and […]

Several 2020 Democrats report big first quarter cash hauls

WASHINGTON — Several Democratic presidential candidates have released fundraising totals for the first quarter of 2019, offering an early measure of how they’re faring on the campaign circuit. Full details won’t be available until campaigns file detailed disclosures with the Federal Election Commission ahead of the April 15 deadline. Here are some developments so far: […]

Commentary: Biden out of step with the new Democrats

Joe Biden is trying to pivot to the left — but no matter what he does, the establishment icon of the past five decades just can’t keep up with the growing radicalism of the Democrat Party. During a recent event in New York City, the former Vice President slammed the “white man’s culture” of abusing […]

Beto O’Rourke enters 2020 race attempting bipartisan appeal

AUSTIN, Texas — Former Texas Democratic Rep. Beto O’Rourke jumped into the 2020 presidential race Thursday, shaking up the already packed field and pledging to win over voters from both major parties as he tries to translate his political celebrity into a formidable White House bid. After months of ignoring states that vote early in […]

Commentary: Joe Biden gets a big dose of liberal backlash

Civility is officially dead within the Democratic Party. Former Vice President Joe Biden recently drew the ire of liberal activists when he asserted that current Vice President Mike Pence is “a decent guy” during an event in Omaha, Nebraska. Speaking of Pence’s trip to the Munich Security Conference, where the global elites gave President Trump’s […]

Delaware treasurer-elect caught driving on suspended license

GEORGETOWN, Del. — Court records show Delaware’s treasurer-elect handed over a suspended license during a traffic stop last week. A Wilmington newspaper reports 38-year-old Colleen Davis was pulled over Nov. 13 after a state trooper clocked her going above the speed limit. Davis says her license was suspended for an unpaid speeding ticket and she […]

Blunt Rochester expected to coast to a second term

DOVER — Scott Walker has been officially disavowed by his party. He’s raised no money. Among political insiders and observers, he’s practically a laughingstock, the mere mention of his name a reminder that this guy somehow won a Republican primary. His opponent, Democratic Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, has said the right things about not taking […]