Reality is a social construct. Today we have two divergent, almost contradictory realities in America, and the country is roughly evenly split between them.
This is because we tend to get trapped in a filter bubble where we simply don't see the news that the other half is focused on. We consume our news only from partisan outlets that echo and re-affirm our worldview.
The result is that each half of the population believes that the other half is crazy/stupid/intolerant. This is unhealthy, even dangerous.
This site is an attempt to intermingle daily news stories from both sides of the aisle so you can see what the other half of the country is seeing.
The poll comes as Biden has grown increasingly hostile toward Israel’s efforts to use force to defend itself and unwilling to combat antisemitism on his side.
A decade-old interview shows he has long sounded unhinged.
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A look at the ten nominees for this year’s Best Picture Oscar.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani on Tuesday secured a U.S. bankruptcy judge's approval to challenge a $148 million defamation verdict won by two former Georgia election workers after he showed that he would not be spending his own money to do so.
His agenda is driving more investment into communities left for scrap.
James Biden is expected to testify in the impeachment inquiry against his older brother, President Biden behind closed doors on Wednesday morning.
President Joe Biden's federal student loan forgiveness program, which promises to deliver up to $20,000 of debt relief for millions of borrowers, is on hold indefinitely as legal challenges work their way through the courts.
Regardless of what happened to the dissident, the case for ending the war remains the same.
Russia last month fired a North Korean ballistic missile into Ukraine that had components mostly from U.S. and European companies, an investigation by a group that traces the supply sources of weapons revealed Tuesday.
Live updates from the 2024 campaign trail with the latest news on candidates, polls, primaries and more.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, is still fuming about the Senate-led bipartisan border deal that failed miserably.
I've got a suggestion for the next Trump-G.O.P. fund-raising scheme. You know how sports memorabilia stores sometimes sell basketballs autographed
Major donors also stepped in to boost Haley’s quixotic effort — but the super PAC supporting her did not have much left in reserves.
When it comes to the Biden administration's communications strategy, the goal is the "less President Joe Biden you see, the better," experts say.
Until memoir is reordered under reason, expect to read many more ‘I’s in contemporary publications.
Let's start with the positive: Republicans and Democrats are coming together to protect same-sex marriage from the Supreme Court.
While Joe Biden encourages the Ukrainians never to cede an inch to the Russians, he prods Israel to commit suicide.
Today marks the start of their campaign to retake Congress.
All eyes are on former President Donald Trump, who has launched another White House bid.
Former USDA official Ray Starling spoke to Fox News Digital about Biden administration regulations that he believes are harming the farming industry.
At a Fox News town hall event, he mentioned his four indictments, which he said were “all because of the fact that I am in politics.”
Take Carlson at his word, as his fans do: He is genuinely anti-American now, and willing to present propagandistic lies about an evil regime to make his case.
Sen. Rand Paul, ahead of the 2024 presidential election, is warning that Americans should “never, ever let Gavin Newsom anywhere near the White House."
A look back at the work and impressively productive life of Brooklyn’s most famous resident, Paul Auster.
Societies may improve, but protesters’ arguments remain the same.
Booting Donald Trump off the ballot and fining the Trump Organization into oblivion won't make MAGA disappear
Republicans and Democrats are pushing Speaker Mike Johnson to make a decision on Ukraine aid, while a group of hard-liners threatens to boot him from the job if he moves on the issue.
America First and the looming spectre of an illiberal international.
His special-election victory offers his party a road map for rebutting Republicans on immigration this fall.
Federal prosecutors portrayed the former informant, Alexander Smirnov, 43, as a serial liar incapable of telling the truth about even the most basic details of his own life.
If gender roles aren’t nearly as pernicious as we’ve been taught, what else have we summarily abandoned that wasn’t so bad after all?
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Nikki Haley could use crossover support in her fight against Donald Trump, but she has alienated the Black voters who are central to the state’s Democratic voting base.
The former president’s stories of business dominance were often exaggerated. With Republican politicians, he’s found a group he can control.
The White House is ‘extremely upset’ about the New York Times’ coverage of the president’s age and popularity.
Former President Trump acknowledged at a Fox News town hall in South Carolina that Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Vivek Ramaswamy, Kristi Noem, Bryon Donalds and Tulsi Gabbard are on his running mate shortlist.
Eric Hovde, a wealthy businessman, is the most prominent Republican to enter the race after two members of Congress declined to run.
The Biden administration managed to rack up a long list of major legislative wins in its first two years despite facing one of the most closely-divided Congresses in history. From bipartisan action on infrastructure, gun safety and same-sex marria…
The Conference Board on Tuesday abandoned a long-running call for the U.S. economy to fall into recession, although its Leading Economic Index still sees economic output flatlining in the months ahead.
President Biden has said there is “no doubt” that Vladimir V. Putin’s government was behind the death of the Russian opposition leader.
Arizona GOP senatorial hopeful Kari Lake voiced concerns about the integrity of U.S. elections during an appearance on Newsmax on Tuesday.
With ‘The End of Race Politics,’ Coleman Hughes enters the ranks of the most mature and sophisticated analysts of the all-American skin game.
Former President Donald Trump has thrown his support behind a wave of challengers seeking to unseat Texas Republican lawmakers who voted to impeach state GOP Attorney General Ken Paxton, reported The Hill.
When it comes to prosperity, Americans trust feelings more than facts.
The Conservative Partnership Institute has become a breeding ground for the next generation of Trump loyalists and an incubator for policies he might pursue. Its fast growth is raising questions.
Former President Donald Trump said he would be willing to debate President Joe Biden as many times as necessary, a scenario that is unlikely to play out due to the president's cognitive ability, as special counsel Robert Hur pointed out.
President Biden needs to decide if he wants to be remembered as the president who signed the two state solution's birth certificate or its death certificate.
The former president and his aides are formulating plans to deport millions of migrants.
Why the Left must take human evolution seriously.
Maryland Gov. Moore testified in favor of legislation that would make housing more affordable and protect tenants during a bill hearing on Feb. 20, 2024.
The City of Chicago is suing Big Oil for allegedly causing deadly weather events in the city and global warming more broadly while deceiving about its own impact.
Former President Trump's leadership PAC, Save American, spent another $2.9 million on legal expenses last month, as Trump's cash holdings drop.
At the University of Michigan, a demonstration against President Biden’s stance on Israel showed his critics’ passion but was light on numbers.
Recent moves in Estonia suggest Moscow still believes that its law should hold sway in lands it no longer controls.
An executive order on the president’s desk would give expanded powers to the Department of Homeland Security amid increased fears of a conflict with China.
Trump has already endorsed Michael Whatley, RNC general counsel and North Carolina GOP chair, to succeed McDaniel, and his daughter-in-law Lara Trump to serve as co-chair.
Cities and states overwhelmed by the surge in illegal immigrants in recent months earmarked millions of dollars in COVID-19 funding to support migrants with cash payments.
Federal filings show the president’s re-election campaign had nearly double the cash on hand of his Republican rival at the end of January.
Full support of the former president has become almost banal among Republicans, like joining a grocery line.
Robert Pirsig’s insufferable cult novel about philosophy and bike maintenance turns 50.
A new study of Republican attitudes helps explain why.
‘What South Africa’s evidence really shows us is that there’s a war going on—and that the Israelis are determined to destroy Hamas. But that’s a far cry from genocide.’
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Amid a record-setting, election-year migrant crisis, the Biden administration is considering taking unilateral action to try and lower the number of asylum seekers entering the country.
Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema decided to shake up the political world on Friday by becoming an independent. The former Democrat is still caucusing with the party in the Senate, so the Democratic caucus still has 51 members. Now, instead of 49 Democr…
Former President Donald Trump holds a 6-point lead over President Joe Biden among Georgia voters in a hypothetical general election matchup, according to an Emerson College Polling survey released Wednesday.
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