UK Muslim Rape Gang Charged With Trafficking White Girls
HOLLIS, N.H. (AP) — After months of predicting a comeback for their preferred candidates, Republican establishment leaders now concede the first two contests of the presidential race, in Iowa and New Hampshire early next month, are Donald Trump's and Ted Cruz's to lose.
Limbaugh: 'Trump Is Making a Strategic Error in the Way He Criticizes Cruz'
Bombshell emails from the State Department show that a top official at the agency suggested to Hillary Clinton's aide, Huma Abedin, in August 2011 that the then-secretary of state begin using a govern
Exclusive — RNC Officially Severs Ties With NBC News For Upcoming GOP Debate
For generations, confusion and uncertainty have surrounded the “natural born citizen” presidential requirement, and demand is mounting for an answer to the modern meaning.
On Sunday, January 17—hours before the Democratic presidential debate on NBC—Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders released details of his proposal to replace the entire U.S. health care system with a universal, government-run, single-payer one. “Twenty-nine million Americans today still do not have health insurance,” said Sanders in a white paper published on his campaign website. “We must…achieve the goal of universal health care.” Sanders also published an analysis indicating that his plan would increase federal spending by at least 55 percent, reigniting the debate about whether single-payer health care is worth the money.
Trump has long been peddling leftist talking points.
Spike Lee has posted this to Instagram. He will not attend the Oscars in February despite receiving an honorary award this year. He posted under the #Oscarsowhite hashtag I don’t know why Spi…
Advocates for due process knew this day was coming.
A lot of us complain that our elite betters are ignoring our concerns, but nothing could be further from the truth. They have heard us all right.
The former University of Virginia student whose false claim about being gang-raped was published by Rolling Stone is a "serial liar" who-- in addition to fabricating the rape story -- made up a seco
The federal government is on pace to spend around $310 billion in 2016 on programs tha
On Sunday, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump complained about his rival, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). The two have been engaged in attacks on one another since Trump opened up his guns on Cruz over Cruz’s Canadian birthplace, and Cruz responded by targeting Trump’s “New York values.” But on Sunday, Trump took it to the next level, smacking Cruz personally for his supposed inability to play nicely with others. Appearing on ABC News with Clinton surrogate George Stephonopoulos, Trump stated, “Look, the truth is, he’s a nasty guy. Nobody likes him. Nobody in Congress likes him.
South Carolina Tea Partiers Choose Sides In Cruz, Trump Battle
The Donald has gone so nutso, calling Ted Cruz a nasty individual that nobody can work with or that nobody likes, that one of Ted Cruz’s Super PACs has put together this new ad that shows how…
EXCLUSIVE:January 15 2016 Journalists Attacked In Calais Migrant Camp, Pro-Immigration Activists Urge Them To Remove Evidence From Internet Two Dutch film ma...
Hugging Obama has its consequences.