The Obama administration has procrastinated on another supposedly tough decision, kicking the Keystone XL Pipeline can down the road.
Hoping to avoid widespread outrage, the State Department announced late Friday afternoon that there would be another 90-day delay, citing “uncertainty” stemming … Read More
Continuing a predictable pattern that upholds the "Narcissist-in-Chief" title many have assigned, President Barack Obama celebrated spring on Friday by posting a picture of himself on Twitter.
Obama can be seen in the photo sitting outdoors with his arms outstretched, soaking up the sunshine. The … Read More
Colorado’s marijuana tourism businesses are marking Christianity's highest holy day with a low-class approach to drawing tourism dollars: Attracting thousands of marijuana users to the state with "World Cannabis Week" events that culminate with a 420 rally Easter Sunday.
For those who don’t … Read More
A Connecticut Democrat should start practicing what he preaches.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal staged a news conference Friday on a rail platform to decry a “laxity and lapse in safety and reliability” by the Metro-North Railroad, according to The Associated Press.
But the senator … Read More
In contradiction to federal law, the state of Illinois is proposing that medical marijuana users be allowed to have firearms.
After all, what does one's state of mind have to do with being in possession of a deadly weapon?
The move is in response to a proposal made by the Illinois Department … Read More
President Obama signed a bill into law Friday having so much universal appeal that it was unanimously passed by both chambers of Congress. But as popular as the bill is with the rest of America, the president says he won’t necessarily follow it.
The legislation, introduced by Texas GOP Sen. Ted … Read More
With all the time invested in battling Fox News, the White House should have an edge in tracking down a fox.
But one red fox has gotten away.
The bushy-tailed mammal has been spotted roaming White House grounds since before the government shutdown in October, according to The Wall Street … Read More
A petition calling for the deportation of Canadian pop star Justin Bieber quickly reached the 100,000-signature threshold that requires a reply from the Obama administration.
But the White House still declined to address the issue, saying it wanted “to avoid the appearance of improper influence,” … Read More
A Detroit burglary was interrupted Thursday when the homeowner shot one of the suspects who then fled the scene in getaway vehicle, only to crash into a neighbor’s house and died.
Detroit Police Sgt. Michael Woody said two armed men who gained entry into the home by breaking a window were met by … Read More
A conservative bank in Utah has been put in the embarrassing position of trying to explain why its jet was sitting at Iran’s Mehrabad Airport.
The United States has restricted business dealings with the Ayatollah Khamanei government.
“We have no idea why that plane was at that airport,” Bank … Read More
Vice President Joe Biden launched his Instagram account Wednesday with a "selfie" of him and President Barack Obama, a photo that went on to serve as a prime source of entertainment for social media users.
Greta finally asks the burning question
we all want to know about the tea party
While it's … Read More
El Paso parents were shocked when their kids came home with what they felt was an "inappropriate reading assignment" for a fourth-grade student. The assignment involved adult-oriented situations such as marital infidelity and the death of a child.
The parents would never have known about it … Read More
While sharing his Easter message with the faithful, the so called Rev. Al Sharpton dared to compare President Obama to Jesus Christ.
And to hear Rev. Al preach it, unfavorable treatment brought on by the president's inept performance is on the same level as the crucifixion of Christ.
The … Read More