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A law professor was heckled and shouted down during a recent speech at the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law by students who opposed his conservative views.
Mark Steyn blasted the state of Massachusetts after an illegal immigrant working as an Uber driver allegedly raped a passenger, was released on bail and fled back to Africa.
Tucker Carlson debated a California Republican who supports a form of amnesty for DREAMers.
Fox News host Dana Perino said former First Lady Barbara Bush's life was "one of great consequence."
Fox News political analyst and longtime Washington journalist Brit Hume said former First Lady Barbara Bush was a "woman of enormous character."
The wife of imprisoned former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich said she was disappointed the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the Democrat's final appeal, and asked President Donald Trump to pardon him.
Tucker Carlson said that George Stephanopoulos' interview with fired FBI Director James Comey shows the former law enforcement official "never should've been FBI director."
Tucker Carlson and Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz discussed former FBI Director Jim Comey's new book.
Billionaire venture capitalist Tim Draper says his petition to break up California into three states has garnered enough signatures for the initiative to be added to the ballot this November.
Tucker Carlson delivered a powerful monologue on the danger of corporate power becoming the same as political power.
A state senate candidate in Michigan praised federal lawmakers for challenging Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on alleged censorship after his own campaign annoucement was blocked.