Three Teens Who Escaped From Aussie COVID Camp All Have One Thing in Common, and It’s Not the Virus

Australian COVID camps are open for business, and business had been good. Until the escapes began. Three Aboriginal teens, ages 15, 16, and 17, bolted from the Howard Springs COVID Camp around 4:30 a.m. local time on Tuesday. They jumped a fence and headed for the hills. Major checkpoints for three teens who don't have COVID? You'd think mass-murdering cannibals had...

Kasich Republican J.D. Vance: The Worst Option in Ohio’s Senate Race

There are several credible candidates in Ohio's Republican primary to replace Sen. Rob Portman next year. With so many options for voters, deciding which to rule out first seems like a smart first step. Contenders include former state treasurer and legislator Josh Mandel, former Ohio GOP chairwoman Jane Timken, Cleveland-area businessmen Bernie Moreno and Mike Gibbons, and Cincinnati venture capitalist...

Facebook Reverses Ban on Rittenhouse Searches

The social media company that declared Kyle Rittenhouses's actions in Kenosha, Wisc. during anti-police protests as "mass murder" and severely limited any search results on the Illinois teenager has reversed itself. Meta, formerly known as Facebook, told Fox Business that "After the verdict in Kenosha, we rolled back the restrictions we had in place that limited search results from returning...

Whoopi Goldberg Goes Full Transphobe in Rant on Supreme Court

The View co-host Whoopi Goldberg went on a tirade against the Supreme Court Thursday, after playing clips from the oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson, the case on the Mississippi law that, if upheld, could ban abortions after 15 weeks. "Do any of you men have any eggs or the possibility of carrying a fetus? How dare you talk about...

FAKE NEWS: No, Trump Didn’t Have COVID Before His Debate With Biden

The liberal media went crazy in the wake of reports that former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows' forthcoming book reveals that Trump had tested positive for COVID days before his first debate with Joe Biden. White House press secretary Jen Psaki referenced the claim of Trump having COVID before the debate during the White House press briefing on...

Nearly Half of U.S. Households Say Inflation is Causing Them Hardship

According to a new Gallup poll published on Thursday, 45% of households in the United States say that inflation is causing them financial hardship. Ten percent have reported experiencing "severe hardship" as a result of the rise in prices. Those in the lowest income brackets are hit the hardest. New York Post: Among those living in households making less than $40,000 a...

Rep. Chip Roy: The Vax Mandate ‘Is a Test for Republicans – Will They Stand Up and Fight for the American People or Roll Over?’

Leave it to a no-nonsense Texan like Rep. Chip Roy to lay out the basic issue confronting Congress -- and especially Republican members of the Senate and House of Representatives -- as they decide whether to fund President Joe Biden's multiple vaccine mandates. In a must-watch video, Roy explains to Fox News' Shannon Bream what is at stake in the...

Psaki Blames Americans for Biden’s Broken Promise to ‘Shut Down the Virus’

Joe Biden repeatedly promised that, if elected, he'd "shut down the virus." His rhetoric on COVID suggested that Trump was to blame for the pandemic's trajectory and that if he were in the Oval Office, things would be different. Well, it's not. COVID is still here, despite three vaccines, and the administration is getting called out for it. "To the questions...

Short-Term Spending Deal in Peril as GOP Senators Demand an End to Vaccine Mandates

House and Senate leaders have reached an agreement to fund the federal government until Feb. 18, 2022. The continuing resolution is expected to come to the floor of the House sometime later on Thursday to be voted on. But the deal faces an uncertain fate in the Senate. Several Senators have been adamant in not funding federal agencies responsible for...

Peter DeFazio–High-Ranking, Swing District Democrat–to Retire in 2022

Peter DeFazio, the Democrat chairman of the powerful House Transportation Committee, will not seek reelection in next year's midterms -- and his Oregon seat could be ripe for a Republican takeover. DeFazio announced on Wednesday, "I feel good about the legacy I've left," but after 35 years on Capitol Hill, not so good that he'll stick around for what would...