The alleged state and federal felonies involve intent elements that may be difficult to prove.
He'd be a stronger candidate if he applied that thinking to situations that don't involve former President Donald Trump.
Eager for the adulation of Trump supporters, the former Fox News host suggests that rigged election software delivered a phony victory to Joe Biden.
Though the 2024 Republican candidate's proposals vary in seriousness, they feature plenty of prohibition and brute government force.
That issue is central to Special Counsel Jack Smith's investigation of the former president's response to Joe Biden's victory.
The crowd at the socially conservative FAMiLY Leadership Summit was not receptive, and Glenn Beck likened the Arkansas governor's performance to the crash of the Hindenburg.
The Liberal Fascism author and co-founder of The Dispatch talks candidly about the weird state of the contemporary political right.
Some Critics of the Ruling Against Biden's Censorship by Proxy Have a Beef With the 1st Amendment Itself
"Disinformation" researchers alarmed by the injunction against government meddling with social media content admire legal regimes that allow broad speech restrictions.
The anti-vax environmental lawyer is not worthy of the rehabilitation tour he's getting from pundits and podcasters.
Many politicians offer a simplified view of the world—one in which government interventions are all benefits and no costs. That couldn't be further from the truth.
The environmentalist and anti-vaccine activist talks about his presidential run and whether he'd jail climate change skeptics.
Joe Biden's big economic speech is a poor attempt at a branding exercise.
His bloody rhetoric undermines his defense of the sentencing reforms he proudly embraced as president.
Will the Beaver State join Maine and Alaska?
The 2024 hopeful has put together a platform full of big-government action.
The sanctions imposed on Sidney Powell and other attorneys raising frivolous challenges to the 2020 election were narrowed and slightly reduced, but largely upheld.
The Trump campaign's claim that two Atlanta poll workers pulled fraudulent ballots from a suitcase on election night are "false and unsubstantiated" after a two-year investigation.
The constitutional lawyer and criminal justice reformer talks about our two-tier punishment system and deep-seated corruption at the Justice Department.
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In CNN Town Hall, Chris Christie Says Neither Joe Biden Nor Donald Trump Should Ever Be President Again
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Farewell to the senator's son who pioneered a TV genre, helped create the Christian right, ran for president, and earned the grudging respect of Abbie Hoffman
"We find that while removing this content does curb some misinformation, it could also have the unintended effect of curtailing political speech."
The Rubin Report host makes the case for the Florida governor, who courageously defied lockdowns but is quick to use the state to punish corporations he doesn't like.
Voters deserve much of the blame for this unnecessary mess.
Whether the putative target is the "biomedical security state," wokeness, "Big Tech censors," or Chinese Communists, the presidential candidate’s grandstanding poses a clear threat to individual rights.
DeSantis calls the bill a "jailbreak," a gross misrepresentation of the criminal justice reform bill.
It remains unclear whether the Oath Keepers leader had a specific plan to violently disrupt the electoral vote count on January 6.
The Durham report is a "black eye" for the FBI, leading Democrats, and the media, says Lake.
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Presidential contender Tim Scott, who announced recently, says he will use "the world's greatest military to fight these terrorists" south of the border. He's not alone.
Even with the benefit of contest rules he wrote to favor his position, arbitrators ruled against Lindell, and he now faces a court action to make him pay up.
Democrats spent tens of millions of dollars last year's midterms meddling in Republican primaries. Republicans may now be borrowing a page from their playbook.