In a recent poll, many Americans are worried there could be more political violence on the horizon. ABC News has more:   Broad, bipartisan numbers of Americans are concerned that political divisions are increasing the risk of politically motivated violence in this country, with majorities across the board highly concerned about it in a new […]

After his latest speech, President Biden is taking some heat from Democrats and Republicans. National Review has more on the speech:   Rich observes that Biden’s speech this evening was “abysmal.” “Stylistically,” he submits, “the speech was meandering, cliched, and repetitive, and Biden’s delivery was notably lifeless.” Jim describes it as “the same old stuff, served many times before, […]

Breitbart reports that GOP congressional candidates are pulling ahead in 10 different congressional districts but will we see the red wave that many are predicting?  The story of Emmett Till is making the rounds again as a new film outlines the tragedy and unanswered questions surrounding the murder of Emmett Till. Mercury News has more: […]

A Shaw University bus full of students was pulled over. Some students believe it was racially motivated and want the traffic stop investigated. Goupstate.com has more on the story:   The Spartanburg and Cherokee Sheriff’s Offices released the body camera footage of an Oct. 5 traffic stop of a bus containing Shaw University students and […]

CBS News reports that many voters feel things are “out of control” and it could lead to republicans winning in key states:  Republicans today remain in good position to win a majority of seats in the House. However, voters’ current intentions suggest anything from a sizable GOP majority to a bare Democratic one possible. Our […]

Republicans are gaining the support of voters ahead of midterms. USA today has more: Republicans are resurgent as the midterm campaign heads into its final stretch, an exclusive USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, amid angst about President Joe Biden’s leadership and the nation’s economy.  As Americans feel the bite of inflation in their daily lives, from eating out less often […]

Vince is live at the Mallard Creek Barbeque. Bill Wood, Co-Chairman of the barbeque joins to give a history of the barbeque and explains how the money goes to a charity or charities every year. This year it is a drive through or walk up only. This is the 91st year.  The economics news continues to […]

In the latest NY Supreme Court ruling, New York City has been ordered to bring back workers that were fired due to refusal to get the Covid vaccine. Bloomberg reports:   New York City was ordered to reinstate a group of sanitation workers fired for refusing to get a Covid-19 vaccine after a state court […]

The 101st airborne division has been deployed near Ukraine. CBS News has more:   The U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division has been deployed to Europe for the first time in almost 80 years amid soaring tension between Russia and the American-led NATO military alliance. The light infantry unit, nicknamed the “Screaming Eagles,” is trained to […]

A recent study by the National Assessment of Educational Progress shows that test scores across the country have dropped after the Covid-19 pandemic. NBC News has the story: The Covid-19 pandemic spared no state or region as it caused historic learning setbacks for America’s children, erasing decades of academic progress and widening racial disparities, according to results of […]