House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chair Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR), who has been a part of the ongoing infrastructure talks, is calling it quits on the House of Representatives and will … Read More
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm is the subject of an ethics complaint for promoting a Burlingame, California-based electric bus company of which she sat on the board and held 240,520 shares of … Read More
Residents of some parts of Los Angeles are expressing concern that they may have been exposed to radioactive dust particles after the U.S. Department of Energy demolished a building last … Read More
Anti-gun lawyers are both clever and relentless. That’s a key point to understand as the Supreme Court takes up a major Second Amendment case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association … Read More
Democrats are scrambling Wednesday to invent fresh methods of leveraging the IRS against Americans. A wealth tax and 15 percent global minimum tax are under consideration, along with a provision … Read More
The Catholic archbishop of the U.S. military said this week that Catholic military personnel could refuse the mandated coronavirus vaccine on religious grounds.
Joe Biden has let the left wing of his party run away with his presidency. The latest case in point is the infrastructure bill fiasco.
Derrick Van Orden, a former Navy SEAL and Republican running for an open seat in Wisconsin, told Breitbart News Saturday this weekend that every Secretary and Military Head that had something to do with the … Read More
Senate Democrats have left the door open for convicted criminal illegal aliens to benefit from an amnesty slipped into their $3.5 trillion budget resolution.
As reports of a ceasefire emerged Thursday, a poll showed the majority of Israelis want the current operation against the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas to continue.
Coronavirus cases have been rising in Michigan for several days and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) has blamed just about everyone but herself.