You have to see Ed Schultz's RFRA meltdown after he's crushed by Heritage guest.
One has to wonder what the world is coming to when a student faces suspension because she recorded a teacher's inappropriate behavior.
Emirate under fire over workers’ conditions before 2022 World Cup facing new protests over unexpected race participants
There is an old saying that dates back to Socrates, I think, and it goes something like this: you know you've won the argument the moment your opponents start flashing their genitals at you. Actually, maybe it was Lincoln who said that. Anyway, it's a rather urgent bit of...
The GOP wanted to avoid such fights in 2016, but social conservatives see the current debate as a “litmus test.”
Incensed that Republicans want to abolish Obamacare and that the “billionaire class wants more and more for themselves and less for working families,” socialist U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont barnstormed the Bay Area with a spate of speeches and interviews signaling a possible 2016 presidential run.
In the wake of the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the media have been stacking myth upon myth.
Harry Reid says he doesn't regret spreading false charges about Mitt Romney's taxes during the 2012 presidential campaign. It matters that we're so cynical about our political system that we're willing to accept it.
Her family's foundation collects millions from foreign donors. As secretary of state, she benefited from pricey intelligence reports. But it's unknown who footed the bill. To whom is she beholden?
The news agency Agence France-Presse reports from Lausanne, Switzerland that Iran and the P5+1 powers (the five UN Security Council permanent members, plus Germany) have reached "provisional agreement" on the terms of nuclear deal.
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On a freezing morning in January 1953, Robert Kesselman, a Jewish doctor living in Sumy, a hardened provincial city in eastern Ukraine, picked up a copy of Pravda, the official Communist newspaper. The front page of Joseph Stalin’s mouthpiece was splashed with the lurid headline “The Murderers i...
MSNBC's Ed Schultz likely didn't know what he was getting into when he invited Heritage Foundation Fellow Ryan Anderson on
Chinese Hackers Might Be Preparing For War Thibault Serlet In March 2015, the Chinese were caught DDOSing popular code-sharing website GitHub. This is but one in a long series of devastating Chines...
A religious liberty bill similar to the one causing a phony uproar in Indiana this week was just passed by Arkansas lawmakers Tuesday and serves as yet another sign of the left-wing mainstream media’s waning power to intimidate and bully.
The Obama-worshipping sycophantic media always presumes his motives are pure and conservatives are evil. Of course negotiating with Iran is the best option.
Trevor Noah, the 31 year-old South African comedian hand-picked by Jon Stewart and Comedy Central to replace Stewart, has a major Twitter problem on his hands. Being shot to superstardom often results in an instantaneous social media vetting, something Noah,
A coalition of 30 conservative and libertarian organizations in New Hampshire, calling themselves the 603 Alliance, are trying to coalesce behind a single, non-establishment candidate well in advance of the Granite State's first-in-the-nation primary, Politico reports.
Reuters announced its latest poll results on Monday: “Republicans see Obama as more imminent threat than Putin.” Republican views were deemed the most newsworthy ones, because they sound vaguely unpatriotic about the president. Reporter Roberta Rampton began: “A third of Republicans believe President Barack Obama poses an imminent threat to the United States, outranking concerns about Russian President Vladimir Putin and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.”
On one side is the CEO of the world's largest company, the president of the United States and a growing chunk of the Fortune 500. On the other side is a solo wedding photographer in New Mexico, a 70-year-old grandma florist in Washington and a few bakers. One side wants the state to conscript the religious businesswomen and men into participating in ceremonies that violate their beliefs. The other side wants to make it possible for religious people to live their own lives according to their consciences. Yet somehow, the Left and most of the mainstream press paint the current skirmishes over religious liberty as conservative offensives. When Indiana decided to follow the Clinton administration and 19 states in passing a version of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, the Left let loose a cacophonous chorus of cries about a dangerous flood of homophobia spreading out from the Hoosier state.
The Department of Veterans Affairs wanted to prove that Army veteran Chad Fleming was actually an amputee. So instead of referencing his extensive medical records or simply looking to see that he's missing his left leg, they insisted on taking an X-ray of his artificial leg.