The controversy over Hillary Clinton’s Clinton Foundation and their policy of accepting foreign donations, while Hillary is expecting to run for the White House in 2016, continues to grow even when the liberal media tries to ignore ...
Edward Snowden dismisses the “traitor” label, but it does make sense that his leaks helped enable terrorists to avoid being tracked by the National Security Agency (NSA).
The White House is hosting a multi-day summit this week in Washington on the subject of “Countering Violent Extremism” at home and abroad. Can you say: “It’s about time”? While there has been plenty gnashing of teeth about the absence of “Islamist” from the confab’s title, let’s hope that the get-together will come up with […]
With as many lies and distortions that proceed from this scandal-plagued administration, one might think that mainstream reporters would turn a skeptical eye toward another one of President Obama’s carefully crafted narratives.
The mayor, on the way to work, stopped a knife-wielding man from stabbing other people. Nir Barkat stopped the Palestinian male, aged 18, near the Old City, a popular tourist destination.
A new report by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce shows that unemployment rates for recent college graduates are falling for almost everyone except for those in journalism. The report, Hard Times to Better Times, College Majors, Unemployment and Earnings, was authored by Center researchers Anthony P. Carnevale and Ban Cheah. The unemployment […]
This shows how slow government works. “Oh hey, we will catch up to today’s standards of surveillance in two years!”
When it comes to plagiarism, there are a lot of myths and misunderstandings out there. Here are five of the top plagiarism myths debunked.
It is a really good job by Sesame Street to include teaching in a parody of a popular TV show (technically a streamed TV show). What do you think about it?
New York City is trying to ban drones in the city unless it is law enforcement-related, and the Federal Aviation Administration is putting in rules that could limit Amazon’s recent drone initiatives.
After a faulty (and dangerous) airbag defect went public, with at least five dead, the automaker’s president stepped down.
Filmmakers sues makers of Nightcrawler, lawsuit over Disney's Frozen gets dropped and last defendant in Anonymous anti-copyright attacks sentenced.
Of course we are slightly kidding about racist Hollywood (see Sony executives’ e-mails laced with racist remarks), but after all the hoopla about civil rights and police brutality there was no praise of “Selma,” which documented the civil rights movement through the eyes of Martin Luther King, Jr.
O’Reilly is trying to avoid the Brian Williams treatment, where Williams lied about his war story in Iraq and is now suspended from NBC News (and could be fired). Mother Jones, a left-wing publication, alleged O’Reilly lied about a story of covering a post-Falklands War coup attempt.
The liberal newspaper The New York Times even called for Hillary Clinton to reinstate her ban on foreign donors contributing to the Clinton Foundation, as long as she’s running for president in 2016.
Figures that the liberal media focuses on Rudy Giuliani’s remarks about questioning Obama’s love for American exceptionalism over a potential scandal involving Hillary and Bill Clinton and their foundation’s foreign donors. Without Fox News coverage, it is a 218-to-1 ratio coverage of Giuliani’s remarks to the Clinton Foundation. Including Fox News, that ratio is still […]
So, the New York Times reporter is admitting that the Clintons are disconnected from reality? You didn’t say.
CNN’s John King asks why the Clintons have a “blind spot” with their fundraising.
Per Washington Free Beacon’s Brent Scher, the median income for female staffers for Hillary was $15,703.38 LESS than the median income for men. Check out the graph Scher provided in the article:
Pence lauds his legislative achievements, but conveniently glances over his Common Core-Lite education curriculum and how he expanded Medicaid.