He Persisted

Column: Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Israel's longest-serving prime minister

On July 20, Benjamin Netanyahu becomes Israel's longest-serving prime minister. His first tenure lasted from 1996 to 1999. This second stint began in 2009. Bibi has won five elections since. The most recent victory, in April, was Pyrrhic. He failed to form a government. An unprecedented rematch is set for September.

Pelosi’s House of Pain

Column: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez turns the 116th Congress into Thunderdome

Not so long ago—as recently as the cover of the March 2019 Rolling Stone, in fact—they seemed like the best of friends. I'm referring to Nancy Pelosi and the members of "The Squad": Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and (not pictured) Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley.

Scott Walker: Taking New Job Clears Wisconsin GOP 2022 Field

Walker will take over the Young America's Foundation

Former Wisconsin governor Scott Walker says his new job will help conservatives in two ways. One, Walker has the appeal and donor connections to turn the Young America's Foundation into a force for millennials. And two, by taking the job, Walker is getting out of the way for other Wisconsin Republicans in 2022.

WaPo Editorial Board Ignores Paper’s Own Reporting

Editorial board blames Mnuchin for 'delay' in twenty dollar bill design

A piece published by the Washington Post editorial board on Friday blames Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin for delaying a redesign of the $20 bill just days after the paper reported that the delay was an Obama-era decision.

New Hampshire Voter Confronts Warren Over Ancestry

Says Warren disrespected the purpose of affirmative action

The voter said she struggled with Warren's decision to list herself as "American Indian" on her Texas State Bar registration card in 1986, which she said disrespected the reason for affirmative action, and asked Warren how she could reach voters who support her policies but don't think she's honest.

ESPN Host Blasts Network For Discouraging Political Talk

Jemele Hill tweets support host's criticism

ESPN host Dan Le Batard ripped ESPN's "weak-a—" policy that its hosts refrain from discussing politics and blasted President Donald Trump and his supporters for the "send her back" chants during his radio show yesterday.

Dem Governors Concerned Over Presidential Candidates’ Leftward Lurch

Progressive policies on immigration and healthcare could hurt party's 2020 chances, Democratic governors say

A trio of Democratic governors warned their party's leading presidential candidates against embracing far-left policies on healthcare and immigration that could alienate independent and swing voters in the 2020 presidential election. 

Review: ‘The Lion King’ Has No Heart

The lion sleeps tonight

Back in 1978, Superman's ad copy made a daring promise to the American moviegoer when it declared, "You will believe a man can fly." We did, and it was a smash. The ad copy for the new Disney remake of The Lion King might be "You will believe a lion can talk." You do, and the movie is going to make nearly $2 billion at the box office, trust me.

Billionaire Tom Steyer Doesn’t See Himself as ‘Rich’

Attendee at Steyer event asks: 'Is there a person who can be a billionaire in politics and not be a bad guy?'

Left-wing megadonor Tom Steyer, who is a billionaire and plans to spend $100 million on his long-shot presidential campaign, does not see himself as "rich."