Jake Tapper said the "sedition caucus" of Republicans should remember Ulysses Grant's words ahead of the Civil War, that the parties are now only divided among "traitors and patriots."
"Yes we want civil war!! The dems chose not to play by any rules then why should we?!" one Parler user wrote.
Just as Covino is gaining buzz as an indie filmmaker, he also makes his major film debut opposite Tom Hanks in "News of the World."
Abraham Lincoln's words on November 19, 1863, remind us of who we are—and of America's capacity to endure and thrive.
The "Midnight Cowboy" actor said the Democrats winning is the "battle of righteousness versus Satan" in a video posted to Twitter.
November 10 marks the anniversary of a somewhat unknown yet indescribably ugly moment of racist violence in our country's history.
"They're ripping down our history," President Donald Trump said of U.S. protesters. "That's where these guys begin. They take away your history."
"Jesus himself said, 'There's gonna be a time when you need to sell your coat and buy a sword,'" Rick Joyner said.
The decision from the Pentagon to close the paper down comes shortly after a "Military Times" poll that showed Trump's popularity with the troops has declined.
Several Republicans rejected President Donald Trump's suggestion of delaying the 2020 presidential election, with GOP lawmakers noting Americans voted during the Civil War, two World Wars and a previous pandemic.
Author Joel L. Daniels debates Ryan P. Williams, president of the Claremont Institute.
"We need to be made whole in areas of health care, education, employment, criminal justice, business ownership, homeownership, overall equity and, of course, generational wealth," Councilman Keith Young said.
A look back at the Civil War ought to be most instructive.
The primary arguments against getting rid of Confederate and other racist symbols reveal not only an ignorance of the past but a denial of the present.
Nine generations separate me from my ancestors: Sally Hemings, a slave, and Thomas Jefferson, her owner. Plenty of time to process the fact men like him belong in museums, not on public squares.
The plaques will be removed from their spots at Gorgas Library on the campus of the Univerity of Alabama and placed in a "more appropriate historical setting," according to a Monday statement from the university.
"We should not give Davis, a traitor and racist who lived in our state for less than a year, his own state holiday," Alabama State Representative Chris England wrote Thursday.
It may look like the wildest piece from a game of 'Mousetrap,' but don't be fooled, this trap is a dangerous weapon.
New Hampshire Republicans are demanding disciplinary action against a Democratic state representative who said gun-toting Trump voters are "stockpiling ammo" to start a second "Civil War" in 2020.
Researchers have found hair dye bottles and evidence of a photographic studio at Camp Nelson—a former Union camp.
Assad's forces have used tactics including indiscriminate bombing, chemical weapons and mass disappearances in their effort to bring all of Syria back under the dictator's control.
Michael Steele said Republicans in Congress are "so afraid of this one man that they're willing to sacrifice everything that they've stood on."
"I don't know what the hell is wrong with these people," Michael Steele said.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Ralph Peters said Trump's weekend Twitter tirade shows he is a "frightened, frightened man."
The Boston College professor, an expert in 19th century America, said President Donald Trump "was onto something" with his Civil War tweets.
"If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.' Pastor Robert Jeffress," Trump posted in one of his dozens of tweets written on Sunday.
A professor in international relations has responded to a series of Trump tweets: "You can not brush it off as 'he just talks that way.'"