"When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it, and a moral code that glorifies it" -- Frederic Bastiat, Author and Economist
The British government will hand the French government tens of millions to stop boat migrants yet again, but has attached no target for a reduction in crossings and is refusing to say whether it thinks the policy will even work.
In what looks very much like the final act of a major political purge, senior figures within the UK Labour have said that their former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, will never be allowed to run for the party again.
Some Senate Republicans over the weekend voiced support for Sen. Mitch McConnell’s reelection as GOP leader, while others pushed to delay Wednesday’s leadership vote until after Georgia’s Senate race is decided.
Alphabet’s Google will pay $391.5 million to settle allegations by 40 states that the search and advertising giant illegally tracked users’ locations, the Michigan attorney general’s office said Monday.
The investigation and settlement, which was led by Oregon and Nebraska, is a sign of mounting legal headaches for the tech giant from state attorneys general who have aggressively targeted the firm’s user tracking practices in recent months.
In addition to the payment, Google must be more transparent with consumers about when location tracking is occurring and give users detailed information about location-tracking data on a special web page, the Iowa attorney general’s office said.
The University of Virginia student who allegedly killed three members of the football team had been on the police’s radar since September and had a prior criminal incident involving a concealed weapon, officials revealed at a press conference Monday.
Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. was arrested after a 12-hour manhunt following the shootings at the school’s Charlottesville campus on Sunday night.
“Because I want to be transparent with you, I want you to know [that]…Mr. Jones came to the attention of the University of Virginia’s threat assessment team in the fall of 2022,” the school’s chief of police Tim Longo said.
“They received information that Mr. Jones had made a comment about possessing a gun to a person that was unaffiliated with the university,” he said.
Shares of the Walt Disney Co. are down more than 60 percent so far this year and aren’t expected to recover anytime soon as the company is likely to announce a “painful cycle” of earnings cuts in the months ahead that will make the stock look even more unattractive to investors, according to a new report.
Shawn Steel, Republican National Committee member from California and husband of Rep. Michelle Steel (R-CA), said in an interview aired on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Sunday that Republicans must “adapt or die” in the Golden State with respect to legalized ballot harvesting.
Elon Musk has yet to bring freedom of speech to Twitter, but he is nonetheless paying the price for it.
Demon-RAT Senator Ed Markey (more like Ed Malarkey, amirite?) has begun issuing extremist and terroristic threats towards Elon Musk, demanding he change Twitter in all the ways he wants it changed – or else.
The exchange started with Markey spewing dumb 20-year-old memes about rich people “putting profits over people” and suggesting that Musk is making money by not censoring people enough. He demanded answers over an impersonation account of him made by the WaPo.
One of the more important rituals after a federal election is the selection by the House and Senate party caucuses of their leadership. In the case of the House majority, of course, their maximum leader typically becomes speaker. They also designate from their ranks others to fill leadership roles.
The U.S. still needs the Afghanistan watchdog organization despite recent Biden administration efforts to thwart ongoing investigations into the White House’s military withdrawal and ongoing assistance to the country, experts told the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Iconic conservative commentator Mark Levin went scorched earth on Sunday night and addressed Republicans’ “underwhelming performance” in the midterm elections.
During the opening monologue on his show, “Life, Liberty & Levin,” he told viewers that the expected Republican gains were “mathematically impossible” and never indicated a “red wave,” despite polling and predictions from many that claimed Democrats were posed to underperform.
“I noticed that many of the same people who were wrong about a red wave are now telling us what to think about a non-red wave. The experts, the consultants, the ruling class, the media, and the politicians. We need to think for ourselves, enough of the static. I said before the election, and I said repeatedly here and on the radio: Forget about the red wave. Forget about a red tsunami. Forget about Armageddon and vote,” Levin began.
Webmaster addition: Maybe it would be better to look carefully at the election system!
Guatemala’s minister of Defense said he’s concerned that terrorists and criminals could be heading through Central America to reach the U.S. border, in an exclusive sit-down interview with the Daily Caller News Foundation.
The Biden Administration has become known for almost supporting the migrant crisis at the border.
They refuse to take action and even take action to ensure that states can’t do anything. For example, when Arizona attempted to build a wall of shipping creates to help reduce the surge of illegal immigrants. The Biden administration wants to ensure that illegal immigrants have access to abortion.
At a campaign event for Ohio Republicans, Donald Trump said he would make a “big announcement” on Nov. 15. On Nov. 4, Axios reported that Trump was eyeing Nov. 14, as the launch for a 2024 presidential bid. Trump has long hinted at declaring his candidacy at recent campaign events, so another presidential run would not be a surprise.