Supreme Court to hear Trump ballot removal case out of Colorado
The U.S. Supreme Court is debate today whether former President Donald Trump should be removed from Colorado's primary ballot, the first of what could be several legal challenges against Trump to confront the nine justices.
Maine Republicans won’t recognize ranked choice voting in presidential primary
The Maine Republican Party says it won’t recognize ranked choice voting in the March 5 presidential primary, adding another layer of complexity to an already confusing election.
Bill to ban displays of Satan in public property moves forward in Senate
A measure that would keep anything Satan-related away from public spaces passed a state Senate committee on Wednesday morning.
Embattled RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel to RESIGN
In a stunning development, Ronna Romney McDaniel, the embattled Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), is set to resign from her position following the February 24th South Carolina GOP primary, as reported by The New York Times.
Poll finds most Americans feel they pay too much in taxes
A majority of taxpayers feel they pay too much in taxes, with many saying that they receive a poor value in return, according to a new poll from the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research.
State lawmakers introduce new border bill, claims Biden administration is not doing enough
Arizona lawmakers have proposed a bill that would give local enforcement more power to deal with people who enter the country illegally. “It’s time to take the handcuffs off of sheriffs who have been elected to protect the citizens of Arizona, which is why I’m introducing the Arizona Border Invasion Act, SB-1231,” said Sen. Janae Shamp (R-29)
Trump holds off Haley to win New Hampshire primary: Full coverage
Donald Trump defeated Nikki Haley on Tuesday in the New Hampshire primary, his second consecutive victory in his bid to secure the 2024 Republican presidential nomination. With 17% of the votes counted, the Associated Press called the race for Trump.
Trump widens NH lead after DeSantis drops out of race
Former President Trump has increased his lead over Nikki Haley in a new poll from New Hampshire after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped out of the race over the weekend ahead of the first-in-the-nation primary.
Arizona Legislators Join Fight For Trump On The Ballot At Supreme Court
Arizona Republican legislators continue to work alongside state attorneys general in significant legal fights in federal court.
Republican debate: Five takeaways as Haley and DeSantis face off
Republican presidential candidates Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley squared off in a tense debate on Wednesday, trading barbs just days before the Iowa caucuses.
Hunter Biden: House Republicans Advance Contempt Of Congress Resolution
Two GOP-led House committees voted Wednesday to advance a resolution to hold Hunter Biden in contempt of Congress for refusing to comply with a congressional subpoena, as House Republicans continue a thus far unsuccessful search for evidence to determine whether President Joe Biden was financially involved in his son’s foreign business dealings.
Fox News Channel’s Trump town hall crushes viewership of CNN’s Haley-DeSantis debate
Fox News Channel’s town hall with former President Trump averaged 4.3 million total viewers on Wednesday night, crushing viewership of a CNN debate between former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
Trump immunity hearing: Special counsel lawyer warns of 'frightening future' if Trump wins case
A three-judge panel in the Washington, D.C., Court of Appeals heard arguments Tuesday on former President Donald Trump's efforts to dismiss his federal election interference case based on his claim of presidential immunity.
Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs takes aim at state's school voucher program in State of the State
As the first day of the Legislative session begins in Arizona, the discussion of empowerment scholarship accounts, or ESAs, is top of mind. Governor Katie Hobbs, during her Jan. 8 State of the State address, says her goal is to make regulations on the program, and Republican lawmakers vow to fight back.
Arizonans Should Decline To Sign The Arizona Abortion Access Amendment
Imagine a future where abortion is sanctioned until the very moment of birth, parental consent becomes a relic of the past, and taxpayers foot the bill for all abortions.
State Government Buildings Hit With Bomb Threats For Second Straight Day
For the second day in a row, government buildings across the country were forced to evacuate after receiving bomb threats. In a post on X, the Mississippi Department of Public Safety confirmed that multiple buildings received bomb threats on Thursday (January 4).
Democratic Party's strategy of relying on young voters 'now in ruins,' warns liberal columnist
Liberal New York Magazine columnist Jonathan Chait feared younger minority voters are rejecting the Democratic Party after decades of the party rallying for their vote.
Trump Blasts Biden for 'Out of Control' Border
Former President Donald Trump, the runaway front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination in 2024, blasted President Joe Biden on Thursday for the "out of control" southern border and said the U.S. is "being extorted by Mexico and other countries."
House Republicans Investigating Whether Biden Obstructed Justice When Hunter Missed Deposition
House Republicans are investigating whether President Biden “engaged in a conspiracy to obstruct a proceeding of Congress” when his son Hunter Biden refused to participate in a scheduled deposition, defying a congressional subpoena.
Arizona Green Party makes a comeback
The Arizona Green Party will be able to run candidates on the ballot once again for the 2024 and 2026 election cycles. Arizona Secretary of State Adrian Fontes announced last week that the party met the signature requirement to qualify after losing their party status in 2019.