Woman pardoned by President Trump announces Congressional run against Rep. John Lewis

March 11, 2020 By Frieda Powers, BizPac Review

A woman who was pardoned by President Donald Trump has announced she will be running for Congress against Georgia Democratic Rep. John Lewis.

Angela Stanton-King, who was pardoned by Trump last month, announced her congressional bid in a message clarifying that “this isn’t about replacing John Lewis, this is about picking up the torch and continuing the fight for Justice.” More…

Gov. Brown takes climate legislation into her own hands

March 7, 2020 By Claire Withycombe, The East Oregonian

SALEM — Gov. Kate Brown is preparing an executive order to cut the state’s climate impacts on her own authority, after a second failure to get legislators to approve such a plan.

The governor’s office “is having conversations with the Department of Justice to ensure the governor acts as aggressively as she can within Oregon statutes, and the executive order will reflect that,” a spokeswoman for Brown said in an email on Friday. More…

Elise Stefanik Can’t Even Go Grocery Shopping Without Facing Harassment

No member of the Congress or the Senate should be subjected to this harassment.

March 7, 2020 By Beth Baumann, Townhall  Elise Stefanik Can't Even Go Grocery Shopping Without Facing HarassmentCongresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY) on Saturday received a disgusting note on her car while she and her husband went grocery shopping. “Rot in hell fascist pig,” the note read. 

Stefanik shared a picture of the note on Twitter and asked for her Democratic opponent, Tedra Cobb, to condemn the “sad hatred.” More…

‘It’s Like the Democrats Are Running Baseball’: HOF Pitcher ‘Goose’ Gossage on Why He Can’t ‘Watch the Game Anymore’

March 7, 2020 By Victoria Taft, PJ Media Rich “Goose” Gossage at the All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game during the 2008 MLB All-Star break.

“They’re taking the beauty out of the game.”

Rich “Goose” Gossage, the former Yankees reliever, who later helped the San Diego Padres reach the World Series back in 1984, is reflecting on the game that defined him and which he had a hand in changing. More…

Should Government Be Able To Track Your Every Move Outside Your House For The Rest Of Your Life?

The United States is neither pragmatically nor legislatively prepared to match the rapid development of facial-recognition technology.

March 6, 2020 By Leo Briceno The Federalist

It only takes one picture for Clearview AI to start its search. The interface is simple: all you have to do is take a picture of a face, upload it, and the facial recognition app takes it from there, scanning as many as three billion pictures on the web for matching images. In seconds, it provides the resulting pictures along with links to where they were found. More…

Voters Rejected Every Candidate the Media Championed; Isn’t it Great?

March 4, 2020 By Larry O’Connor, Townhall

Your Super Tuesday hangover is starting to slowly wear off and as you rub your blood-shot eyes you read the headlines and face the realization that the Democrats’ presidential contest is now a two-person race between an elderly, establishment figure who has been part of the Washington political swamp for decades and a fervent, Bolshevik-loving socialist. One of those two figures will face-off against Donald Trump. More…