It isn’t just establishment-weary conservatives who see something in Donald Trump’s boisterous messaging. Shockingly, even millennial-aged college students — a demographic not known for its conservative leanings — think Trump’s messaging is on target.
Reason TV’s satirical wizard Remy slapped together a video after last week’s GOP presidential debate that almost makes us wish he had been on the stage.
An anonymous Virginia resident spotted a man walking along the sidewalk Thursday in the city of Arlington. The walking man was carrying a Confederate flag. Naturally, the concerned resident did the sensible thing and called 911.
Back in March, when Donald Trump’s name was gaining early momentum in the GOP presidential primary race, we polled some of you to see how you felt about the brash billionaire. Now that things are getting serious, we want to know: who won the first GOP debate?
As expected, The Donald had no trouble aping himself again in Thursday’s debate, and it paid off in huge TV ratings. Whether he’s a legitimate candidate or a Trojan horse for the Clintons, Donald Trump, at the end of the day, is a hard guy not to watch.
Entertainment and product news Personal Liberty staffers have discovered on the Web this week.
At a conservative donor conference hosted by the Koch brothers over the weekend, presidential candidate Ted Cruz (R-Texas) pleased a friendly crowd with one of the most vocal condemnations of climate-change politics yet to come out of the 2016 presidential campaign.
China’s stock market is on a downward spiral. This week, the market plunged to a six-year low. And the Chinese government is freaking out, doing one thing after another to try to stop the free fall. Might the Chinese economy be on the verge of collapse?
As initial reports began circulating Wednesday about the 29-count fraud, bribery and laundering indictment against Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-Pa.), some Internet outlets noted that Fattah has a history of cozying up to the White House.
A few of our favorite bits of entertainment and product news.
“The gangs have their guns; we want ours, too.” That sentiment, voiced by Otis McDonald — the plaintiff in the lawsuit that reversed Chicago’s ban on handguns — is now echoed in a new analysis of data revealing where holders of concealed-carry permits in the city are most densely concentrated.