Joe Biden attempted to downplay the threat that radical Islamic terrorism poses to America. In his address to Congress Tuesday, Biden claimed white supremacists pose a greater threat to the U.S. than radical Islamists. Biden also refused to call Islamic terrorism by its name, but instead called it the “jihadist threat.”
President Trump’s top Afghan negotiator tells the Senate what he thinks of the current administration’s approach to ending America’s longest war. One America’s Christina Howitson has more.
Arkansas lawmakers have pushed back against federal gun laws by passing a bill aimed to invalidate new federal gun restrictions.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) slammed the Biden administration and Democrats on their proposals for red flag gun laws.
OAN Newsroom UPDATED 4:00 PM PT – Wednesday, April 28, 2021 State lawmakers around the country have pushed for a convention of states to amend…
Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office is not so much a test on his leadership, but more on how Big Government can influence American society. Ahead of Biden’s address to both chambers of Congress Wednesday, some Republicans worried he may make a case for strengthening the federal government.
There’s mixed reaction after Joe Biden announced his administration will be withdrawing all U.S. troops out of Afghanistan by September 11. Some Republicans are criticizing the move, especially with regard to the September 11 date, which they say should remain a day of national reflection and mourning.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov recently criticized the Biden administration while pointing out their words contradict their actions.
Australian media has continued to expose the weakness of the Biden administration after his recent concessions to Russia and China.