'Thereâs a reason why some folks try to keep them away from the polls.'
President Obama has engaged in military actions around the world as much as any other president. Since receiving the Nobel Peace Prize shortly after entering office, he has proven himself as aggressive as the most hawkish Republican president in history.
U.S. Navy Chaplain Wesley Modder says the Navy’s attempt to remove him from the military for alleged anti-gay statements is unlawful.
Scott Walker is making some controversial personnel decisions -- but voters in Colorado don’t seem that upset. Even after his campaign made news in Iowa, the Wisconsin governor remained the far-and-away leader in the Centennial State, according to an overnight flash poll conducted by VoterGravity.com.
The top special operations aide to Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the "banner of Islam will fly over the White House." The Washington Times reported: A top special operations aide to Iranâs leader says his troops are in…
In their fight against ISIS, the Kurdish army known as Peshmerga has a secret weapon â a second-generation gunsmith so skilled he can practically turn a bucket of rusty bolts into a killing machine for the rugged, but cash-strapped fighting force.
Starbucks new anti-racism campaign, in which baristas talk to customers about race issues while serving their coffee, has turned into a spectacular own-goal as customers label it 'patronizing'.
Republican Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Marco Rubio of Florida have released a blueprint for federal tax reform called “The Economic Growth and Family Fairness Tax Plan.” First, we should not embrace the language of progressive socialism in believing tax reform should have as a goal to advance “family fairness.” The plan should simply be entitled “The American Growth and Opportunity Plan.” That said, the Lee-Rubio plan is a great improvement over the current system.
WaPo's Eugene Robinson: I Wish the Republican Party Could Not Be Racist
A republic dies not instantly, or by brute force, but through physical and moral exhaustion, and in slow, methodical steps. Just consider the Roman Republic.
On Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won re-election according to the latest vote counts.
Dear Azealia Banks, I read about your interview with Playboy magazine where you apparently took off your clothes and talked about how much you hate white people. Just another day at the office for you, I suppose. I confess I didn't read the whole exchange, though I'm...
Because it's not conservative enough
Yesterday Ferguson police shooter Jeffrey Williams' attorney, Jerryl Christmas, made the claim that his client was beaten by Saint Louis Police during his arrest. Attorney Christmas, and Ferguson p...
On Tuesday, before the final results of the Israeli election were tabulated, the New York Times, in utter disbelief that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu might survive the manifold efforts by the Obama Administration and the leftist media to destroy him, released a piece that savaged the Israeli prime minster, with numerous figures whining about the tactics Netanyahu used to retain his post.
3 RecommendedRecommend Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES It’s times like these when I question if we have a child in the White House or a world leader. Â Contrary to polls right up until the election results were in, it was thought, most certainly by the occupants of the White House, Â that Israel’s Labor Party and candidate, Isaac Herzog, would succeed in ousting Benjamin Netanyahu | Read More »
The inevitability of another President Clinton or President Bush is in grave doubt â and for very different reasons.
The Supreme Court is about to decide if the 14th Amendment to the United States Constitution requires the states to redefine marriage to include same sex relationships. There are several reasons why the answer is no.
Ann Coulter declared that she hates all of the 2016 GOP field except for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R)
ESPN's Stephen A. Smith: For One Election, Every Black Person Should Vote Republican
A public square in the Palestinian capital of Ramallah has been rededicated in honor of Dalal Mughrabi, who allegedly led a bus hijacking in 1978 on Israelâs Coastal Highway that killed 38 Israeli civilians, including 13 children, and wounded over 70 more, reported the Palestinian Media Watch.
MSNBC hosts and guests reacted with fury over Benjamin Netanyahu's victory on Tuesday night, describing it as "polarizing," a modern "southern strategy" and an appeal to "racism." Appearing on NewsNation, Wednesday, with Tamron Hall, London Professor Fawaz Gerges decried the Israeli Prime Minister's "use of fear, the use of xenophobia and racism against a significant segment of Israeli citizens, warning Jewish voters that Arabs were flooding the polls."