Mark Meckler discussed the Convention of States Project's recent victory in Alabama and countered some main points of opposition on the Schilling Show.
The time is now, Louisiana! Contact these committee members to help our resolution move forward in the Pelican State.
I had been hearing for weeks that Carly Fiorina was the hottest speaker on the nascent Republican campaign circuit - except perhaps for Marco Rubio, but the senator's formidable communications skills have been known for years . Even the New York Times was trumpeting Fiorina's appeal in a column describing the long lines to hear the former Hewlett-Packard CEO speak under the typically equivocal NYT headline 'Carly Talks, Iowa Swoons and the Polls Shrug,' just to make sure nobody gets ahead of themselves.
Over the weekend, three provisions of the Patriot Act expired thanks to the machinations of Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). That expiration drew the ire of major political figures from both sides of the aisle.
In a landmark lawsuit in New Jersey, the fight is over whether a person with same-gender attractions can seek professional help.
“One of my core principles is that I will never engage in a politics in which I’m trying to divide people or make them less than me because they look different or have a different religion,” President Obama says. “That’s a core principle, that’s not something I would violate.”
So, though no fault of your own, you are a young conservative male coming of age in a time when the deck is so heavily stacked against you that its like Michael Moore was leaning on it.
After endless support from friends, family and fans, President Barack Obama is speaking out about...
President Barack Obama told a gathering of young Southeast Asian leaders that democracy has led to "terribly unfair" things being said about him. “As I always point out, democracy is hard,” Obama told the town hall gathering of 75 people with the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative at...
"President Obama has run an amazingly scandal-free administration, not only he himself, but the people around him. He's chosen people who have been pretty scandal-free," conservative New York Times opinion writer David Brooks said Friday on PBS' NewsHour. Brooks was discussing the Dennis Hastert scandal with liberal sparring partner Matt Shields at the time. "David makes a good point," Shields said. "And I agree with him on this administration in particular." First, if the allegations about the contact with the boys are true, well, we have seen that with the Catholic Church. We have seen a disturbing undercurrent in American life, I guess, and maybe in world life, of this sort of thing. I am struck, as Mark just mentioned, the whole litany of people, especially of that era, who were involved in some scandal or another. Some of it was sexual. Some of it was more financial, even Tom DeLay's, Speaker Wright. And it was just all concentrated in a lot of people all at once. Does politics attract such people? I don't know. Is it prevalent in society? It's certainly a reminder of original sin. The other thing, though, I did want to say that there are people in American life to whom this has not happened. And I have my disagreements, say, with President Obama, but President Obama has run an amazingly scandal-free administration, not only he himself, but the people around him. He's chosen people who have been pretty scandal-free. And so there are people in Washington who do set a standard of integrity, who do seem to attract people of quality. And I think that's probably true of the current group. I hope it's true of the current leadership group in Congress. But -- so they're not all involved in scandal. MARK SHIELDS: David makes a good point. And I agree with him on this administration in particular.
ISIS has banned shaving and made full beards mandatory for men in Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq, so that members of the terror group can hide from airstrikes among civilians, according to reports.
Ah, how the mighty have fallen.
This depressing bit of news reveals just how deceptive Obama and hawks are.
The “gender pay gap” is one of the most persistent myths put about by feminists and social justice warriors. It has been comprehensively debunked: in the UK and US, women in their 30s are actually paid more than men for the same
I’m not voting tomorrow. That’s not – at least, not only – because they’re all bastards. I’m not voting tomorrow because I think it’s time someone stood up and said the unsayable: society is becoming engineered against men, and I
The O'Reilly Factor host is in hot water and may lose custody of his children.
You may not have noticed, as ISIS expands its reach across Iraq and Russia fuels conflict in Ukraine, but the odds of an armed confrontation between the United States and China just dramatically increased.
On Sunday, the NSA's domestic surveillance program went offline after the Senate failed to pass short term extensions that would allow it to continue past the expiration deadline at midnight. ...
While many in George W. Bush’s circle are enthusiastic, many of those who worked for him have not rushed to join his brother’s emerging 2016 operation.
Paul criticized—without naming names—GOP senators including Marco Rubio of Florida, John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and other Republicans like Jeb Bush for failing to listen to voters about their concerns with the NSA program.