President Obama finally lost patience in public on Friday and ripped the stupid, unprecedented historical delays by the Senate to confirm Loretta Lynch as Attorney General. President Barack Obama blasted the Senate Friday for stalling...Show More Summary
OBAMA’S IRAQ POLICY IS GOING SWIMMINGLY: Thousands of Iraqis flee as Islamic State makes gains in Sunni heartland.
Chris Christie's aggressive Social Security plan is exactly the right approach for a longshot candidate.
“I would love, for a week, to have a Republican legislature or to be the emperor.” — Gov. Chris Christie, quoted by Politico, while visiting New Hampshire.
The upcoming Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage could shake up the 2016 race for the White House. The nation's highest court is reviewing the constitutionality of states' gay marriage bans and is expected to issue a ruling by June. Show More Summary
For almost two weeks now, presidential candidate Rand Paul has been assuring audiences that something big will be coming out "in the next couple of weeks" to doom the Hillary Clinton campaign. Oh, he knows what it is. But he's not telling, because that would ruin the surprise! "I think there is big news coming on the Clinton Foundation," said Paul. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama tapes the Weekly Address in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. April 16, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Amanda Lucidon) In this week’s address, the President spoke about his commitment to combatting the threat of climate change and to keeping ourselves and future generations safe. Show More Summary
“Senate Republicans do not want to be held responsible for rejecting the historic nomination of Loretta E. Lynch, the first African-American woman picked to be attorney general. But they also are in no hurry to see her confirmed because of [...]
The real battle of the presidential campaign may be Jeb Bush versus Marco Rubio. Ties between Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, political allies for more than a decade, are fraying as the Republican presidential campaign picks up. In public, mentor Bush and protege Rubio have avoided criticizing each other since [...]
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Matteo Renzi of Italy participate in a press conference in the East Room of the White House, April 17, 2015. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza) Earlier today, President Obama hosted Italian...Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton stepped gingerly into one of the Democratic Party's most divisive debates Friday, staking out a carefully balanced position on new legislation granting sweeping presidential authority to negotiate free-trade deals. Show More Summary
Forty-five years ago today, "Let It Be" by the Beatles was America's number-one single....
POLITICO: Hillary Clinton’s Real Opponent: Barack Obama. “No retiring president below 50 percent job approval nationally has passed the White House to his party’s nominee in the 75 years of the polling era. Obama’s approval rating, as of this writing, is around 45 percent (give or take), and his disapproval is about 50 percent.”
(Paul Mirengoff) A Mason-Dixon poll has Marco Rubio effectively tied with Jeb Bush among Florida Republicans. Rubio is supported by 31 percent; Bush by 30 percent. Ted Cruz is next with 8 percent. Then comes Rand Paul at 7 percent and Scott Walker at 2 percent. Show More Summary
Gov. Bruce Rauner's austere budget plans have been called morally reprehensible.
Hillary should have to run for President from jail after flagrantly breaking the law on her emails, but liberals are fine with that. On the other hand, liberals like Tony
Government exists to provide the services that cannot be rendered by the individual. However, a recent report from the Blaze details how a grieving father was arrested for doing what
Speaking at Harvard University on Thursday night, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley cranked up the pressure on Hillary Clinton by calling for a $15 an hour minimum wage and voicing his opposition to President Barack Obama’s massive trade deal, the Trans Pacific Partnership."As we gather h
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) threw shade on New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R), his potential rival in the 2016 presidential race on Thursday evening. The exchange began when Christie said in a " Today" show interview Thursday morning that momentum for Bush's presumed presidential bid had waned. Show More Summary
ED DRISCOLL: Leftwing Website Commits Crimethink, Begs Leftwing Mob for Mercy.