Scenes of violence fill the streets of France as residents demand President Macron resigns, setting a somber note in the days before Christmas. However, it’s quite a different scene in Syria, one of the most war-torn countries in the world, as One America’s Pearson Sharp explains.
Democrats in North Carolina are crying foul over an election tactic that may have cost them a congressional seat. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how ballot harvesting was the same strategy Democrats used to win big in California.
The latest chemical attack in Syria’s Aleppo isn’t getting much attention in the media, despite dozens of wounded women and children. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more, as Russian forces step-in to help the wounded.
California Republicans continue to lose seats they won on election night as new laws favored Democrat voters in the 2018 midterms. One America’s Pearson Sharp has more.
Mexican residents in Tijuana are siding with President Trump by calling the caravan of migrants an “invasion of terrorists.” One America’s Pearson Sharp explains how locals are getting fed up with the criminals flooding their streets.
Over a dozen mainstream media organizations are rushing to defend CNN’s Jim Acosta over losing his press pass, but the lawsuit against the White House is actually working to obstruct the freedom of the press. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains.
Some say the mainstream media is targeting President Trump and point to harsh actions taken against the press by former President Obama. One America’s Pearson Sharp explains.
With the Florida recount underway and important seats in California and Arizona turning blue, Democrats are scraping together every vote they can find. One America News spoke with Logan Churchwell, a researcher who specializes in voter fraud, and he warned Republicans just aren’t prepared for this kind of scenario.
Judge Steven Bailey is running for attorney general of California and he says decades of Democrat leadership have run the state into the ground. One America News spoke with Bailey, who laid out his plans to turn the state around once he’s elected.