Eric Bieniemy not worried about spat with Patrick Mahomes


Patrick Mahomes didn’t have a great Week 3 by his own standards, throwing for 262 yards, only one touchdown and an interception in the Chiefs’ 20-17 loss to the Colts. It was what happened on the sidelines, though, that caught peoples’ attention. The superstar QB got into an apparent shouting match between Mahomes and Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy at...

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Today in Supreme Court History: September 30, 1857


9/30/1857: Justice Benjamin Robbins Curtis resigns from the Supreme Court after Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857). The post Today in Supreme Court History: September 30, 1857 appeared first on

Putin Puppets Connected As Tucker Carlson Pressured For Clemency For Roger Stone


Tucker Carlson mounted a pressure campaign, including meeting with Jared Kushner to get clemency for Roger Stone. Via: Rolling Stone from Maggie Haberman’s new book: During Trump’s fourth year in office, Carlson also held a secret meeting at the White House with Jared Kushner as part of a pressure campaign aimed at forcing Trump to pardon Roger Stone, according to...

Debunking “Convention of States” False Claims


Shawn Meehan, the founder of Guard the Constitution, joins The New American’s Christian Gomez, to discuss Glenn Beck’s recent reversal of his endorsement for the Convention of States organization (COS). Meehan thoroughly debunks COS talking points often repeated by COS co-founder and president Mark Meckler and COS senior advisor Rick Santorum. ... The post Debunking “Convention of States” False...

How Senate Republicans Can Cut $100 Billion of Spending — Right Now


The budget fight isn’t over for the year — far from it.

The Great Cover-Up


Mahsa Amini’s death sentence was written 43 years ago, and it is based on a lie. On that day—February 1st, 1979—a fanatical cleric, Ayatollah Khomeini, arrived in Iran from exile in Paris and seized power in the nation. He abolished democracy, civil rights, and the freedom of women to feel the wind in their hair, the sun on...

Republican Christine Drazan Maintaining Strong Poll Numbers In Oregon Governor Race


Republican Christine Drazan is holding on to her strong poll numbers in the race for governor in Oregon. If Drazan wins this race, she will be the first Republican to do so since the 1980s. It’s starting to look like she could actually pull this off. It is the sleeper race of 2022 that no one saw coming. The Washington Free...

The GOP Cavalry Arrives


Not long ago, President Biden and congressional Democrats were riding high. They benefited from falling gas prices, a rash of legislation, a foolish but popular student debt bailout, several weak GOP candidates, and voter backlash to the reversal of Roe v. Wade. Now it's autumn, and there is a chill in the air and a change in the...

Skeptical judge won’t dismiss Durham’s case against dossier source Igor Danchenko


The judge presiding over the case against Igor Danchenko, a source for British ex-spy Christopher Steele’s discredited dossier on former President Donald Trump, ruled he won’t dismiss the indictment but expressed skepticism about some of...