DePaul University Professor Jason Hill on cancel culture at universities.
J. Christian Adams, president and general counsel of the conservative election watchdog group Public Interest Legal Foundation, joins Gerry Baker on 'WSJ at Large.'
Trendmacro CEO Donald Luskin says his research has shown there is no correlation between the degree states locked down to the controlling coronavirus or deaths from coronavirus.
Trump campaign pollster John McLaughlin says the tone of the DNC was negative while the RNC showed diverse Trump supporters, which he believes will resonate with voters. McLaughlin outlines Trump's support among Black and suburban Americans.
Kim Klacik, a GOP hopeful for a Baltimore Congressional seat, explains why Republicans haven't won in her area and what her campaign is doing differently to combat that. She later encourages people who support BLM and defunding the police to do their research.
Former advisor to both Bill and Hillary Clinton Mark Penn outlines what Democratic nominee Joe Biden needed to do in his DNC speech and if he accomplished it. He then talks about what President Trump needs to talk about during the RNC.
Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn has worked alongside California Sen. Kamala Harris in the Senate, including as members of the Judiciary Committee.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden names California Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate; analysis from Democratic pollster Joel Benenson, strategist for Barack Obama's 2008 and 2012 campaigns and chief strategist for Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign.
Claremont Institute senior fellow Angelo Codevilla explains why he thinks coronavirus has been used as a political tool to cement the ruling class' power, saying locking down America's economy gave the country's biggest corporations more economic strength.
U.S. Border Patrol chief Rodney Scott says Thursday night was the first time in over two months that federal agents 'didn't face a direct or immediate threat of being burnt alive inside that federal building,' and he credits the state stepping up and partnering with Border Patrol to combat the violent protesters.