A years-old Halloween scandal is brewing at the Washington Post, the politics blog owned by Jeff Bezos. That’s according to a lengthy report published in the “social issues” section of the Post.
Oklahoma State University football coach Mike Gundy was nearly canceled after he was photographed wearing a One America News (OAN) T-shirt while standing next to a pile of fish.
For nearly two decades following the dawn of the 21st century, not a year had gone by in which a majority of Americans did not describe themselves as “extremely proud” to be American, according to Gallup.
A majority of the American people proudly and enthusiastically support President Donald J. Trump and are eager to see him reelected in November, a recent poll found.
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The executive braintrust of the Washington Free Beacon, a site popular among pro-freedom advocates, said in a memo on Wednesday the company would support staff members who engage in certain political activities, a shift from the stance journalists often pretend to adopt in hopes of avoiding the appearance of partisanship.