After a firestorm of criticism, authorities at the prestigious International Islamic University of Pakistan empaneled a special disciplinary committee to “investigate” and punish the students behind a booth that promoted Israeli culture at a recent international student fair held at the university’s Faisal Mosque. Show More Summary
In comments sure to cascade into regional races across the South, embattled Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) told NBC's Chuck Todd on Thursday that Southern racism is to blame for President Barack Obama's unpopularity. "Why does President Obama have a hard time in Louisiana?" asked Todd. Show More Summary
Two "Stop the Violence" organizers in Washington, Pennsylvania, allegedly beat one of their colleagues so severely that he vomited blood and was left unconscious in critical condition. Nikole Ardeno and Emanuel Velez, both 30, accused...Show More Summary
NICE NUMBERS, KID. DON’T GET COCKY. Colorado Early Voting Swamps Udall.
National Council of La Raza (NCLR), a leading Hispanic civil rights group, issued a statement responding to Fox News' baseless claim that the organization had encouraged voter fraud. After NCLR retweeted a link to an October 27 article...Show More Summary
DESPITE DEMOCRATS’ FONDEST HOPES, Texas Isn’t Turning Purple. “There’s a perception that Wendy Davis is pro-abortion, and that’s hard to overcome with us Latinos.”
Growth of real (inflation-adjusted) U.S. gross domestic product for the third quarter outpaced the consensus of analysts. The Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis announced Thursday that, on a seasonally adjusted, annualized...Show More Summary
YEAH, BIG DEAL — IN NEW YORK CITY, WOMEN ARE BEING SPOKEN TO WITHOUT PERMISSION! ‘Treated like cattle’: Yazidi women sold, raped, enslaved by ISIS.
As Jeb Bush hits the campaign trail for Republican candidates, it appears as though he’s trying some language that would resonate in a presidential campaign. Attacking Hillary Clinton seems like a clue as to his 2016 intentions. Speaking in Colorado on Wednesday, Bush took a jab at Clinton for her remarks last week – which she [...]
Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) blamed the president’s lack of popularity in the South in part on the fact that “the South has not always been the friendliest place for African-Americans” during an interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd. “I'll be very, very honest with you. Show More Summary
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — A conservative group targeted by the IRS here is filing a lawsuit in federal court to force the tax agency, Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), and Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-NH) to comply with open records laws requests regarding communications the Democrats had with the IRS about targeting them. Show More Summary
Earlier today I was idly flipping channels on the TV and came upon a CNN chryon informing me breathlessly that Chuck Hagel had just "blasted" President Obama's Syria policy. Unfortunately, I came in at the end of the segment, so I didn't get to find out just what kind of blasting Hagel had done. Show More Summary
Iraqis fortunate enough to have survived the wrath of the Islamic State in northern Iraq as the terrorist group took control of Mosul and its surrounding areas have begun to tell their stories. Children, mothers, husbands, and clergy lost all in their flight to freedom. Show More Summary
From the October 30 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: O'Reilly Denies White Privilege Benefit From Growing Up In Whites-Only Levittown Bill O'Reilly's "Moral Instruction For Black People": Michael Brown Edition Bill O'Reilly's Attacks On Black Culture
With less than a week until the midterm elections, Republicans maintain pole-position in enough races to gain control of the Senate. They hold slim leads in a number of high-profile governor races and are within striking distance of capturing the top office in a handful of deep-blue states. Show More Summary
Three of the Republicans who worked to push comprehensive immigration reform through the Senate last year are calling on President Obama to refrain from taking executive action on immigration reform. In a letter to Obama Thursday, Sens. Show More Summary
Sometimes in life you get a second chance for mistakes you make. When Don Surber, editorial columnist for Charleston's Daily Mail, called Mike Brown an "animal" who deserved to "be put down," and referred to protestors as "packs of racists,"...Show More Summary
Had the case NOT been filed, it is doubtful that the documents in question would have become public knowledge AND have established that Wisconsin Club for Growth spent ALL its money on political activity, which is prohibited by federal law. Continue reading ?
From National Journal: In the last month, Scott Brown has transformed the New Hampshire Senate race into an unexpected, nail-biting contest. The state's unique sensitivity to nationalized politics, and its proclivity to ride the wave, is at the core of his success. Show More Summary