It’s understandably hard to focus our attention directly on all the fronts the radical left has opened up in their truculent effort to transform our Republic. They are erasing our borders, disrupting the markets, infringing on our liberties, appeasing our enemies, and taking over major sectors of the economy. Most of us would like to direct the lion’s share of our energy towards the economic | Read More »
American public, beware: we are about to be bombarded with campaign ads on TV and social media.
Congressional Democrats and Republicans sharpened their political knives Sunday as lawmakers return to Washington this week to begin executing legislative agendas designed to help their respective parties in the November elections.
Rep. Peter King lashed out at Senator Rand Paul today over Sen. Paul’s position on the National Security Agency. In a bit of hysteria, he questioned Senator Paul’s patriotism and loyalty to the United States. This is pretty rich considering Rep. Peter King, during the Cold War, supported a Soviet backed terrorist group responsible for killing many. King, ardently supported the Irish Republican Army. The | Read More »
Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that Iran could “very easily” participate in this month’s United Nations peace talks on Syria.
Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Sunday that he accepts the apology by MSNBC and host Melissa Harris-Perry for joking about his adopted black grandson.
Nearly five years ago, President Obama addressed an assembly of Cairo students and promised a ‘new beginning’ in America’s relationship with the Muslim world. Full of confidence and faced with an adoring crowd, Obama promised things would be better. The President’s speech offered an overarching promise – a more hesitant America would facilitate a more hopeful Middle East.
Wisconsin governor Scott Walker dismissed the White House’s push to extend emergency unemployment benefits and raise the minimum wage Sunday morning, criticizing Democrats’ all-out push for legislation as an effort to distract from the recent problems …
In his first remarks since Islamic militants with Al Qaeda ties overran the Iraqi cities of Fallujah and Ramadi, U.S. Secretary of State promised support for Iraq’s government, but emphatically rejected any possibility that the U.S. would send troops b…
An unusual alliance of Tea Party enthusiasts and liberal leaders in Congress is pursuing major changes in the country’s mandatory sentencing laws amid growing concerns about both the fairness of the sentences and the expense of running federal prisons.