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Ethno-Nationalists Against Jeff Sessions

Alex Mayfield, “We have got to eliminate the gringo. . . .” The National Council for La Raza has been at the forefront of the campaign against Senator Jeff Sessions as well as President Trump’s promise to enforce our immigration laws honestly and equally. Last weekend, the group arranged a march with Rev. Sharpton to protest the Sessions

Who’s Mike Pence and Why Would Trump Pick Him?

David Hawkings, Indiana governor and ex-House GOP leader has conservative support — with one exception.  Mike Pence appears to check virtually all the boxes that Donald Trump signaled he’d put on his vice presidential search form:   He has a credible record of executive accomplishment, pushing to enactment the largest tax cuts in Indiana history

The ˜most dangerous man in the Obama administration’

 In his new book, Obama’s Enforcer: Eric Holder’s Justice Department (co-written with John Fund), Hans von Spakovsky reveals how our attorney general has turned America’s Department of Justice into “a politicized hotbed of left-wing legal activism.” The author revealed to Human Events the magnitude of Holder’s offenses highlighted in his book, offenses which should be

Competitive Enterprise Institute, sues the NSA

Lawson Bader,  The Central Intelligence Agency recently entered the 21st century with uncharacteristic humor. Its first foray into social media began, “We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet.” Whoever thought the CEI would provide comic relief? We certainly need it in Washington, where politicians and policy wonks often take ourselves too

McDaniel, Tea Party gearing up for June 24 runoff v. Cochran

 The showdown between Sen. W. Thad Cochran (R.-Miss.) and his Mississippi GOP Tea Party challenger was not resolved in the June 3 primary with neither candidate winning at least 50 percent of the vote. “What a wonderful night!” said state Sen. Christopher B. McDaniel to a crowd of more than 1,000 supporters at the Hattiesburg

Can someone please tell the MSM what ˜phobia’ means?

Teresa Mull  Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson is making headlines again, this time for “A startling video…showing [the] patriarch unleashing another homophobic rant.” Not really sure what’s so “startling” about this; Robertson definitely made his thoughts on the subject clear during his interview with GQ in December. This time, Robertson addressed the famous interview during an

Mississippi: NRSC, left-wing blogs team up to smear McDaniel

Neil W. McCabe  The already tawdry Mississippi GOP Senate primary fight, between Sen. W. Thad Cochran and his challenger state Sen. Christopher G. McDaniel, just got tawdrier with the bizarre chain of events that began with May 16 ‘round midnight antics of a lone wolf political operator. Clayton Thomas Kelly, an independent blogger from Pearl,

Keystone XL: State Dept. stalling because of complaints from overseas?

Teresa Mull “Controversial” is the term so often associated with the Keystone XL Pipeline project, but with American support growing ever stronger over the past five and a half years, during which time the project has been under review (polls show Americans favor the project by a margin of nearly 3:1), one may naturally wonder:

Ky. GOP poll: McConnell leads Bevin 51% to 34%

 The Senate Minority Leader continues to poll well against both his conservative Republican primary challenger and his presumed Democratic opponent according the latest Human Events/Gravis poll of 1,359 Kentucky voters as they hit the final stretch towards the May 20 primary. Among GOP Kentucky voters, Sen. A. Mitchell McConnell outpolls businessman Matthew Bevin 51 percent to

More than year later: Bay State agency still holds sick Conn., girl, fights family

Raquel Okyay  The founder of the International family rights organization talked to Human Events about his taking on Massachusetts child protection agency and helping the Connecticut family broken apart when the agency nabbed their ailing teenage daughter for 14 months and failing to provide much-needed medical attention. “This case solely revolves around Boston Children’s Hospital disagreeing with Tufts Medical Center by

Sousa scion leads Ben Carson White House draft parade; Cmte raises $2.8 million

Neil W. McCabe  The great-grandson of legendary band leader John Philip Sousa told Human Events in an exclusive interview he why he is leading the National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee, a movement to convince retired Johns Hopkins University pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Benjamin S. Carson Sr., to run for president. Carson is a true conservative, who reminds

Wisconsin poll: Walker leads Burke 49% to 44%

Wisconsin’s GOP Gov. Scott K. Walker leads Mary Burke, his presumed Democratic challenger 49 percent to 44 percent, according to a late March Human Events/Gravis poll of 988 registered Wisconsin voters. “When looking at these data on the level of party identification, the election for governor appears to be following partisan lines with 82.5 percent