An executive order issued by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam (D) makes it a crime for anyone to gather in groups of larger than 10 people — and that includes churches, according to CNS News.
The British government has ordered people to stay in their homes and only to leave in a very limited number of circumstances, as well as banning public gatherings of more than two people in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Churches do not necessarily need to cancel services or even switch to livestream because of COVID-19. They do need to take common-sense precautions.
On March 17, voters in Illinois’ third district will vote on the Democratic candidate for a solidly blue chunk of the Chicago suburbs. Rep. Dan Lipinski, the incumbent, is facing a well-funded primary challenge.
Freelance jobs are "feudalism," says California Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez.
During a town hall on the Fox News Channel on Monday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that he doesn’t regret his comments about Fidel Castro and stated that China has reduced extreme poverty, but saying that doesn’t mean he approves of China’s government.
The Democratic establishment seems more concerned with protecting themselves than with beating President Trump.
The leftist propaganda taught in schools is no accident. It is the logical conclusion of the prevalent educational philosophy that favors skills over content and engagement over rigor.
Harvey Weinstein’s conviction as a rapist in New York should serve as a really nice reminder that the #MeToo movement was about bringing down powerful men who, under the weight of substantial evidence and a reckoning within Hollywood and the media, finally got what was coming.
Democrats in the Virginia House of Delegates killed a bill that had been introduced by one of the state senators who joined Republicans to vote against a separate bill that would have banned “assault weapons” in the state.
Former Vice President Joe Biden said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that African American voters can not be “taken for granted” like Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton did in the last presidential election.
Voters who spoke to Breitbart News at political events across the Granite State during the New Hampshire primary suggested they preferred candidates who could show a stylistic contrast to President Donald Trump.