If you are inclined to spend your Sunday catching up on politics, USA Today provides an overview of the guests, lawmakers and topics that are scheduled on the hottest political talk shows.
Today's lineups include:
• Fox News Sunday: Pik Botha, a former South African foreign minister, will share … Read More
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin wrapped up a 15-city book tour at Liberty University, telling the crowd of over 10,000 students that there is a war on Christmas, but that Christians can prevail if they speak up.
Liberty President Jerry Falwell Jr. and Johnnie Moore, vice president of … Read More
Having apparently run out of George W. Bush excuses for his own failures, President Barack Obama blamed the public’s distrust in government -- especially the federal government -- on the late President Ronald W. Reagan.
Obama acolyte and MSNBC “Hardball” host Chris Matthews asked the president … Read More
Consuming marijuana as medicine could be legal in Florida in less than a year.
But first, the Florida Supreme Court has to approve the language contained in a proposed ballot initiative that, with enough petition signatures, voters would see at the polls next November.
Florida’s high court … Read More
A seemingly pro-Christian ad comes with a strange twist, but it's hard to say which is more bizarre, the ad itself or that it's been airing on the pro-Obama network MSNBC.
The ad, titled "War on Christmas," features a smiling little girl named “Amy,” and starts out with a narrator saying: “She … Read More
Saturday marked the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and while the nation remembers the “day which will live in infamy,” apparently the Obama White House – not so much.
As of noon, neither the official Twitter account of the White House nor President Obama’s had acknowledged the … Read More
The Obama administration is expected to finalize a new rule that pits two of the president’s support groups against each other -- green energy versus environmentalists -- by allowing wind farms to escape punishment for killing bald eagles, America’s national bird.
The rule would allow heavily … Read More
Organized labor advocates targeted fast food restaurants across America on Thursday, calling for an increase in the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
An eager media looking for a reason to turn away from the disastrous roll out of Obamacare advertised the day's activities as a one day strike for … Read More
To honor the death of former South African President Nelson Mandela, President Barack Obama ordered U.S. flags to be flown at half-mast and announced he and the first lady will be attending the funeral services. The same respect, however, wasn’t paid for former British Prime Minister Margaret … Read More
The Obama administration has figured out how to stop enforcing immigration laws and achieve backdoor amnesty: Hire a slew of new personnel who are openly hostile toward immigration enforcement.
The Department of Homeland Security recently hired “dozens” of immigration enforcement attorneys, all … Read More
During a discussion Thursday on ABC's "The View," host Barbara Walters bemoaned the fact that most politicians use a Bible when taking the oath of office.
The ladies on the program where discussing a new political ad by U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., who is up for reelection next year and is … Read More
The Christian group that unveiled a Nativity scene in Florida’s Capitol on Tuesday took it in stride Friday when an atheist organization erected its own display in the rotunda, wishing passersby a “Happy Winter Solstice.”
“It’s their right to do that, but am I shaking in my boots?” said Pam … Read More
The best way to grow the economy is to extend unemployment benefits – again, U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said at a Capitol Hill news conference on Thursday.
At the Democrat-led hearing, witnesses spoke “passionately” about the estimated 1.3 million Americans whose … Read More