“My son, he got denied to speak at the march, so I’m not going to the march,” Pollack said. “He was pretty disappointed that he didn’t get to speak at this march. I guess he’s got a different agenda than their agenda.”
Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon will headline a fundraising luncheon for Black Americans for a Better Future (BABF) on Tuesday at the Willard InterContinental Washington hotel in Washington, DC.
WASHINGTON, DC – Former Sen. Joseph Lieberman and retired General Charles Wall laid out their visions for the “the way forward” regarding the United States’ policy on Iran during a panel discussion at the National Press Club on Tuesday.
Deputy Assistant to President Trump Dr Sebastian Gorka slammed the left-biased polling industry on talk radio Monday, citing an analysis of the flawed and deceitful practices of pollsters by Breitbart London’s Raheem Kassam as a “stupendous” resource on the subject.
On Saturday, thousands of anti-Trump protesters rallied throughout the United States in the “March for Truth,” where they called for an independent commission to investigate alleged collusion between Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign and Russia and renewed calls for him to release his tax returns.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Artist and singer Joy Villa, who made international headlines after wearing a pro-Trump dress at the Grammy Awards, called for “love” and “tolerance” during Sunday’s “Gays for Trump” and “March for Trump” rally in the nation’s capital city.
First Lady Michelle Obama and TV/Radio host Ryan Seacrest experienced several uncomfortable moments while reading the classic Christmas tale, The Night Before Christmas, to a group of children at the heart and kidney unit at Children National Health Center in Washington, D.C. on Monday.
Jason Horowitz writes in The New York Times that the Beltway elite fear that President-elect Donald Trump’s “drain the swamp” mentality will greatly reduce the posh culture of Washington, D.C., which expanded under Barack Obama’s presidency.
I have been politically active for 40 years and during this time I have watched as many Republicans made campaign promise after campaign promise as candidates, then once elected they made grand excuses on why they couldn’t keep their promises. Case in point, the GOP controlled the White House, Senate, and House from January of 2003 until January of 2007. We were disappointed to find that the Republicans passed no meaningful reforms that conservatives clamored for, but instead were mired in corruption scandals. K Street lobbyists had their hooks into elected Republican Leadership and prevented them from passing meaningful change. This was never more evident then when T.A.R.P, aka “Wall Street Bailout”, passed with the support of Democrats, President George W. Bush, and some Republicans in Congress. There were many Republicans opposed to TARP and fought it, but Republican Leadership beat the opposition back. Conservatives were infuriated by this and rightly so. That was one of the catalysts for the Tea Party Movement that was founded in February of 2009.
Republican vice presidential nominee Gov. Mike Pence reviewed several scandals surrounding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her campaign at a Tuesday campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian, who was detained in Iran for more than 500 days on unspecified charges, filed a lawsuit against the Iranian government Monday, accusing Tehran of using his imprisonment as a bargaining chip with the U.S.
An editorial in the Catholic Standard – the online news magazine of the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. – condemned an invited address by Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards at Georgetown University – the nation’s oldest Catholic university.
Prominent Tea Party leader Jenny Beth Martin of Tea Party Patriots joined guest host Matthew Boyle on Sirius XM Patriot’s Breitbart News Sunday radio program to herald a call to action, urging America’s citizens to rise up and oppose the nuclear Iran deal, making their stand in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, September 9.
Recently elected Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari met with President Obama in Washington, D.C., yesterday, where the President endorsed Buhari’s plan to relocate the nation’s military leadership to the homeland of Boko Haram and crack down on the terrorist group’s violent activities.
A man whose suspicious vehicle triggered a scare on Capitol Hill on Monday has apologized for parking so close to a Memorial Day concert event with a car full of propane gas and a pressure cooker. Israel Shimeles told NBC 4 Washington that the suspicious items were taken from his food truck, and that it was “stupid” of him not to realize that police would be immediately alarmed by a car with those contents parked so close to a large holiday gathering.
ARLINGTON, Virginia– This year’s Memorial Day in Washington, DC was marked by warm temperatures and a cloudless sky. Thousands of Americans flocked to Arlington National Cemetery to pay their respects to the nearly 400,000 servicemen and women buried here.
California Governor Jerry Brown stood in symbolic and literal solidarity with Obama on the front lawn of the White House Friday as he slammed the GOP, even calling members un-Christian over opposition to the President’s executive actions that would give effective amnesty to millions of illegal aliens.