In November, 769 Republican women and minority candidates, or 51% of those who ran, won their state legislative races.
Author: Valerie Richardson
AOC’s documentary on climate crisis results in box-office catastrophe
The New York Democrat’s climate-change film “To the End,” produced by Roadside Attractions, brought up the rear at the box office in its debut, taking in less than $10,000 last weekend in 120 theaters for 34th place.
Biden invites drag queens to attend White House signing of same-sex marriage bill
Those attending the White House ceremony for Tuesday’s signing of legislation codifying same-sex marriage into federal law included two prominent drag queens.
Texas sues to block Biden administration crackdown on religious adoption agencies
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued to stop the Biden administration from forcing religious-based foster and adoption services to cater to same-sex couples or risk losing federal funding, saying the rule violates religious-liberty rights.
Jim Crow 2.0? Democrats redouble voter suppression claims despite record high turnout in Georgia
Georgians broke voter-turnout records in the 2022 primary and general election, but Democrats have no intention of abandoning the “Jim Crow 2.0” narrative.
Colorado begins mandatory recount with Lauren Boebert leading by 550 votes
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert has declared victory and Democrat Adam Frisch has conceded defeat, but it won’t be official until after the recount.
DeSantis says Disney ‘brought this on themselves’ after CEO Iger seeks to turn down heat
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis isn’t necessarily ready to let bygones be bygones when it comes to Disney’s attack on his Parental Rights in Education law.
Republicans hoot as CBS verifies Hunter Biden laptop two years after dismissing it
CBS News joined the slow parade of news outlets belatedly confirming the authenticity of the Hunter Biden laptop, two years after “60 Minutes” headliner Lesley Stahl said its explosive videos and emails “can’t be verified.”
Biden’s stingy oil-and-gas leasing seen as threat to Great American Outdoors Act
A conservation program hailed by the Biden administration as a force for combating climate change is being jeopardized by the president’s own tight-fisted approach to oil-and-gas leasing, according to critics.
Lawsuit seeks to reverse FDA’s ‘reckless’ approval of abortion pills
Foes of the abortion pill are taking their fight to court, accusing the Food and Drug Administration of placing “politics over science” when it sanctioned the two-drug pregnancy-termination regimen in 2000.