A federal judge in Washington, D.C., sentenced Roger Stone to 40 months in prison Thursday.Read More
A few takeaways after two weeks of stomping where the candidates were stumping and stalking Democratic voters in Iowa and New Hampshire.
“It’s not who votes that counts, it’s who counts the votes.” Or in the case of the Democrats’ caucuses in Iowa, who doesn’t count the votes.
The Iowa app-ageddon exposed the Washington political class for the self-serving failure it is. These people keep getting hired even though they keep losing elections or screwing them up as they did in Iowa.Read More
WASHINGTON – Six U.S. Democratic presidential candidates squared off in a contentious debate late Wednesday, with billionaire former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg the target of sharp attacks from his challengers in their first face-to-face encounter.Read More
Twelve years ago a helicopter accident in Iraq robbed Adams, Tennessee resident and U.S. Army veteran and helicopter pilot Gary Linfoot of the ability to walk.
Linfoot may have to use a wheelchair, but new, yet costly, technologies have enabled him to enjoy certain conveniences he otherwise would not.
And now, thanks to the new nonprofit, the American Mobility Project, Linfoot wants to share those technologies with other people in need.Read More
Under the guise of a venture called the “1619 Project,” revisionist history about race in America is being introduced into classrooms across America without undergoing the normal peer review expected of educational materials. August 2019 marked the birth of the project, a publication of The New York Times Magazine and the Pulitzer organization, containing a collection of essays and artistic works to commemorate the 400-year anniversary of slavery in America. The project has mushroomed into a movement to re-educate Americans via newfangled claims about how deeply racism is embedded in America’s core.Read More
City councilors in Cambridge, Massachusetts, voted to prohibit police officers from arresting illegal aliens if they are caught operating a vehicle without a license.Read More
WASHINGTON – The death toll from the new coronavirus climbed past the 2,000 mark Wednesday, China’s health commission announced, even while the number of confirmed cases hit a monthly low.Read More
A panel of five people, with views mostly skewed to the left, discussed gun violence and how to address it in Tennessee.
Although one member of the panel, State Sen. Kerry Roberts, R – Springfield, came at the topic from the right.Read More
A Mexican citizen was charged Tuesday with being an “unregistered foreign agent” for Russia. He is accused of spying on at least one U.S. informant in South Florida.Read More
Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – Leahy was joined in studio by all-star panelist, Crom Carmichael.Read More
A Democratic consultant working for Burisma Holdings and connected to Hunter Biden approached Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken at an event for a liberal think tank in June 2016 to arrange a meeting to discuss “troubling events” in Ukraine, State Department emails reveal.Read More
On Wednesday’s Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – Michael Patrick Leahy and all star panelist Crom Carmichael spoke with special guest former Breitbart colleague and Washington journalist Neil McCabe.Read More
The Trump administration is waiving federal contracting laws to hasten the time it takes to build border walls between the U.S. and Mexico.Read More
The Democratic Party’s establishment might well succeed in making Michael Bloomberg president of the United States—not on Election Night 2020, however. But it could happen if a third party were to win some electoral votes and, with no candidate receiving a majority of them, the House of Representatives was called upon to choose between the top-two electoral vote-getters.Read More
U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn (R-MN-01) revealed Wednesday that he was diagnosed with stage four kidney cancer in February of last year.Read More
Three more Minnesota counties declared themselves Second Amendment sanctuaries during their Tuesday night board meetings.Read More
A bill proposed to the Michigan House of Representatives on Tuesday could help ease the teacher shortage in Michigan.Read More
An activist group is calling for an end to active-shooter drills at Cincinnati schools, arguing the readiness efforts are traumatic to students and teachers.Read More
The Minneapolis Institute of Art has draped thousands of life jackets worn by refugees over the museum’s exterior columns.Read More
Ohio conservative leaders announced the launch of the Ohio branch of Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty (CCATDP) at a press conference Tuesday. CCATDP is an organization that questions how its conservative values align with the death penalty.Read More
The architect of a Detroit-based drug ring described by many former customers as the “McDonald’s for drugs” was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison last Friday.Read More
NASHVILLE– House Majority Leader William Lamberth (R-Portland) announced Tuesday he plans to eliminate state fees for handgun carry permits issued in Tennessee.Read More