Rev. Franklin Graham: ‘Stakes are High,’ Those Elected Decide Fate of America’s ‘Cherished Freedoms’

“The courts, the economic growth of our country – which helps all of us, regardless of our faith – we’re all benefitting from a strong economy,” the evangelical leader observed. “I would certainly ask people to consider what’s at stake, and to pray before you vote.” (More)

Jimmy Buffett Targets Republicans During Concert for Andrew Gillum, Bill Nelson

Jimmy Buffett jabbed Republican lawmakers during a concert in support of Andrew Gillum and Sen. Bill Nelson in West Palm Beach. (More)

Political Dummy Hanging from Tree with Sign Attacking GOP Enrages Tennessee Voters

Tennessee voters were outraged when they discovered a dummy wearing a GOP shirt, a dunce cap and a sign with U.S. Senate candidate Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s (R-TN) name crossed out hanging from a tree. (More)

3 Girl Scouts, 1 Woman Killed in Wisconsin Hit-and-Run

Law enforcement officials say three Girl Scouts and one woman collecting trash on the side of a western Wisconsin road have been killed in a hit-and-run crash. (More)

Donald Trump: Woman Who Made Fake Brett Kavanaugh Accusation 'A Damn Disgrace'

President Donald Trump shared his outrage after learning that one of the women accusing Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of rape admitted that she fabricated her story. (More)

Connecticut 'Sinkhole' Democrats Vow Loyalty to Public Sector Unions

“Because Connecticut doesn’t have enough money to pay its bills, it has a $69.8 billion financial hole,” says Truth in Accounting. “To fill it, each Connecticut taxpayer would have to send $53,400 to the state.” (More)

'Nurse' Democrat Lauren Underwood Never Worked as a Nurse: Report

Democrat Lauren Underwood has exaggerated her nursing career, pretending she worked as a nurse when she has never done so, a local newspaper reported Friday. (More)

Mitt Romney: Donald Trump's Vilification of the Media Is Unprecedented

Romney wrote in a blog post that Trump’s vilification of the media is unprecedented, stating he disagrees with labeling the press “the enemy of the people” (More)