After the standoff between federal officers and a Nevada cattle rancher, the Bureau of Land Management set its sights on Texas, and the Lone Star State’s attorney general is making it clear the feds can look all they want. Just don’t touch.
The bureau is poised to lay claim to 90,000 privately … Read More
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair warned western nations Wednesday that the threat of violent Islam is spreading “across the world” and the West must take sides once and for all to face it down.
In a speech that echoed George Bush in the months after the 9/11 attacks – and in some ways … Read More
Finally fed up with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s low-rent, bullying tactics, the Louisiana Republican Party on Wednesday filed a formal complaint against Reid with the Senate Select Committee on Ethics, charging Reid had abused taxpayer dollars in his endless invective against wealthy … Read More
A North Carolina deputy sheriff was caught on video losing it during an encounter with a retired Marine combat instructor, who she claimed was “being aggressive.”
Onslow County Sheriff’s Deputy Natalie Barber responded to a dispute between neighbors and became noticeably agitated when Carlos … Read More
Fox News host Sean Hannity tore apart comedic critic Jon Stewart on the “Sean Hannity Show” on Tuesday, accurately branding Stewart a “comedic hack” and his Comedy Central crew “the chief apologists of the Obama administration.”
“He does suck up a lot,” Hannity said.
In particular, Hannity … Read More
Associated Press reporter Matt Lee once again became a thorn in State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki’s side Tuesday when he asked a question that has stumped America for years -- what has former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accomplished.
Lee asked Psaki if she could name “one tangible … Read More
Whenever race becomes an issue, passions tend to rise -- even among the justices serving in the nation’s highest court.
In a 6-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Michigan voters had a right to discontinue the state’s affirmative action policy, which had given minorities a leg … Read More
Fox News host Megyn Kelly was having plenty of fun on her show Tuesday at the expense of race hustler Al Sharpton, even prompting normally dry Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume to play along.
Kelly played a clip of the MSNBC host overreacting as usual to the Supreme Court's decision to … Read More
Terri Lynn Land, the Republican candidate to flip Michigan Senate seat now held by retiring Dem. Carl Levin, turns the “war on women” table on her lib opponent with 15 seconds of silence that speaks volumes.
The ad is funny, but Land is a former Michigan secretary of state and a deadly serious … Read More
A professor at Eastern Connecticut State University went on a rant Monday about how evil Republicans are, telling his class they are “racist, misogynist, money-grubbing people” and that "colleges will start closing up" if they re-take the U.S. Senate.
And it was all captured on … Read More
According to a government watchdog, the Treasury Department doled out $2.8 million in bonuses to IRS employees having disciplinary problems -- and more than a third of that amount went to 1,146 employees who didn’t bother paying their own taxes.
The report was announced Tuesday by the Treasury … Read More
The New York Police Department turned what they thought would be a social media blitz into a public relations nightmare with a Twitter hashtag campaign #myNYPD.
The idea was to get residents to take snapshots depicting positive encounters they’d had with New York’s finest and post them on Twitter … Read More
Repression might play in Peoria, but it’s getting panned by First Amendment experts and social media critics.
The mayor of Peoria, Ill., is catching fire from around the country after his police department raided a home last week to catch a Twitter user who set up a parody account, according to … Read More