If you want a sense of what Vice President Joe Biden is mulling for the next stage of his career, just look at his travel plans. On Wednesday, he will visit New Hampshire to collect an award. This comes a week after a trip to South Carolina, and two weeks...
Wal-Mart is Exhibit A in the argument against imposing a one-size-fits-all minimum wage straitjacket on the U.S. economy. It is raising wages for workers not because it wants to be nice, but because competition for workers is forcing it to do so.
The Conservative Political Action Conference is the biggest annual gathering of Republican leaders and conservative activists, but neither Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell nor House Speaker John A. Boehner is scheduled to make the 10-mile drive from Capitol Hill to speak to CPAC this year, underscoring the lingering tensions between Republican Washington leadership and the party's grass roots.
Here's our new video showing how the families and attorneys of Eric Garner, Trayvon Martin, and Michael Brown really feel about Rev. Al Sharpton. Additionall...
Weâre used to thinking of red and blue states, but it might be even more accurate to think of red and blue jobs. Research by Adam Bonica of Stanford University shows that industries and occupations have clear correlations with political ideology. In some industries, occupation is an even stronger indicator of political belief than where […]
Yes, Liberals Are Less Patriotic - The survey data are clear: There is a patriotism differential between the Right and the Left.
ISIS is recruiting young Muslims from around the globe to Jihad, and the White House apparently doesn't understand why.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) on Tuesday admitted that Democrats in the Senate are blocking a bill to fund the Department of Homeland Security — something that many other Democrats have been unable to say in public. "Last night, the Senate rightly so, the Democrats held up and...
A new shows that Gabby Giffords' home state of Arizona is abandoning gun control, partly because fears of imported jihadism are growing.
Pachauri's full resignation letter here. Climate Depotâs Morano statement on Pachauriâs resignation: âThe IPCC is quietly popping champagne corks today. Pachauri gone can only be good news for the ...
For a fourth time, Senate Democrats have succeeded in preventing a DHS funding bill from even coming to the floor. Funding for the agency runs out this week.
Leaked E-mail: Border Patrol Instructed to Curtail Deportation Proceedings -
Two former CBS reporters have strongly disputed Bill O'Reilly's accounts of what happened one night when they covered a riot in Buenos Aires, but on The Factor tonight, O'Reilly brought on a former NBC News bureau chief who backed up his story.
The Republican National Committee on Tuesday announced that CNN is partnering with Salem Media Group to host three GOP 2016 presidential primary debates sanctioned by the RNC. Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt will participate in a Q&A in the first debate, which is scheduled to air Sept. 16 on CNN, according to a release, though details on the format have not been finalized. I am delighted to be included with journalists posing questions as part of one of America's finest political traditions — the presidential debate, Hewitt said in a statement. These debates come at a critical time, and good questions will allow Republican primary voters the opportunity to see and hear their would-be nominees provide answers to issues that genuinely concern them. Any reporter who is also a political junkie welcomes the chance to be on such a panel, which of course I do.
PHOENIX (Feb. 24, 2015) - Yesterday, an Arizona House Committee voted 6-1 to pass a bill that would ban Common Core in the state. Introduced by State Reps.
Starting with the shrill hysteria surrounding former-New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s expression of his private opinion (in what was supposed to be a private off-the-record gathering Wednesday night), the American media has revealed itself as ready to take its left-wing
He refused to throw more fuel on the fire.
The Democrats who wrote and passed the Affordable Care Act were sure of two things: The law had to include a mandate requiring every American to purchase health insurance, and it had to have an enforcement mechanism to make the mandate work. Enforcement has always been at the heart of Obamacare. RELATED ARTICLE: GOP pounces on Obamacare tax form error Now, though, enforcement time has come, and some Democrats are shying away from the coercive measures they themselves wrote into law. The Internal Revenue Service is the enforcement arm of Obamacare, and with tax forms due April 15, Americans who did not purchase coverage and who have not received one of the many exemptions already offered by the administration are discovering they will have to pay a substantial fine. For a household with, say, no kids and two earners making $35,000 a piece, the fine will be $500, paid at tax time.
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The Homeland Security Department quietly canceled one of its major amnesty contracts after a judge's ruling against the program last week, but officials have struggled to explain how they are complying otherwise even as the administration filed an appeal Monday asking that it be allowed to begin processing applications immediately.