When elected leaders like California Governor Gavin Newsom issue draconian restrictions that will effectively cancel traditional Thanksgiving plans for many families, it’s extremely hypocritical when he is found celebrating the birthday of a political crony at one of the most ... READ MORE
President Donald Trump has begun the yearlong process of pulling the United States out of the United Nations’s World Health Organization (WHO). While getting out of WHO may not come soon enough considering the group’s missteps and apparent allegiance to ... READ MORE
George Floyd’s tragic death, and the “black lives matter” protests that rose up afterward, made a couple of things clear to Project 21 Co-Chairman Stacy Washington. On “Spicer & Co.,” on the Newsmax television network, Stacy exposed a double standard ... READ MORE
The Coronavirus pandemic has completely upended the 2020 election cycle in a myriad of ways. The novel virus and social distancing have made traditional campaigning with handshakes, baby-kissing, and massive indoor and outdoor rallies practically impossible. As a result, the ... READ MORE
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released an 1,800-page wish list of left-wing spending priorities that will cost future generations of American taxpayers at least $3 trillion. In less than a week, she brought it to the House floor and rushed to ... READ MORE
Besides the threat to the economy and civil liberties domestically, the COVID-19 pandemic’s worldwide implications should also have the United States on alert and working right now on the looming threat of resurgent terrorism. In a RedState-published commentary, Project 21 ... READ MORE
“The Constitution doesn’t actually go on a hiatus during a pandemic.” It’s truly sad that National Center Senior Fellow Horace Cooper had to explain this during a recent One America News segment highlighting the erosion of civil liberties during enforcement ... READ MORE
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