Compliance is not optional in the totalitarian world of gay activist politics, when a gay businessman was forced to apologize for inviting Sen. Ted Cruz to a party.
Ian Reisner responded to the LGBT community’s scathing criticism and anger by posting an apology on his Facebook page.
“I am … Read More
A dramatic video, taken from a Mount Everest base camp the moment before, during and after a 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal Saturday, depicts the frightening speed in which disaster can strike.
The video was captured and posted Sunday on YouTube by German climber Jost Kobusch.
WARNING: Strong … Read More
Iranian supreme leader Ali Hosseini Khamenei used the weekend's riots in Baltimore to bash the United States Sunday over race relations.
He sent a series of tweets attacking police for killing “innocent” black people and decrying the condition of African-Americans in the United States even though … Read More
The protests over the death of Freddie Gray in police custody have crippled the city of Baltimore, but one local Democrat thinks they are just swell.
U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, whose neighborhood played host to the protests, appeared on “Face The Nation” Sunday to discuss the riots and the … Read More
Former President George W. Bush blasted President Obama’s Middle East policies Saturday night at a closed-door meeting with Jewish donors in Las Vegas.
At the tightly controlled event (off the record, with a “no notes” rule), hosted at the Venetian hotel and casino by wealthy owner and Republican … Read More
"Welcome to the 4th quarter of my presidency." —President Obama: http://t.co/bLXImBTejs #WHCD https://t.co/zTMjeXfA70
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) April 26, 2015
The disconnect was jarring: an American president and the media elite enjoying a black-tie evening of champagne and laughs Saturday … Read More
Baltimore’s mayor told reporters Sunday that she instructed police to give the mobs rioting over the death of a man in police custody “space” to carry on their orgy of destruction of private property.
"I made it very clear that I work with the police and instructed them to do everything that … Read More
That CNN host Wolf Blitzer was awash in praise of “Hanoi Jane” is understandable, after all he's a member of the media. But for an Obama administration official to be gushing over Jane Fonda on national TV like a schoolgirl borders on embarrassing.
Not that State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf … Read More
“Saturday Night Live” trouper Cecily Strong had one goal when emceeing the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner Saturday -- to avoid being mean.
Her racially charged repertoire failed to do it, but was she at least funny? Not according to anyone with taste.
The annual event is … Read More
The Johns Hopkins University student government has banned Chick-fil-A from its campus, quashing a proposal to ask the restaurant chain to open a new location there.
Student government leaders say welcoming a Chick-fil-A restaurant on campus would amount to “micro-aggression” against gays because … Read More
One of the country’s most influential charity watchdog groups put the Clinton Foundation on its watch list of problematic nonprofits because of sloppy record keeping.
Charity Navigator reported that while the Clinton philanthropic foundation took in more than $140 million in donations, less … Read More
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will likely be furious as thousands of cigars head to her campaign headquarters.
Some are saying they have already arrived. Try confirming that with Team Hillary.
A website calling itself Send Clinton Cigars charges $3 to purchase and deliver a single … Read More
Ever since Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart was taken away by police for protecting the American flag from desecration by protesters at Georgia’s Valdosta University, students there have demonstrated in support of Old Glory.
A particularly large rally was held on the campus Friday, and Valdosta … Read More
Dana Perino currently serves as co-host of FOX News Channel’s (FNC) The Five (airing weekdays 5-6PM/ET). She joined the network in 2009 as a contributor. Former White House Press Secretary for President George W. Bush, she is the president of Dana Perino and Company, a frequent public speaker on … Read More
When Carly Fiorina was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business and grew HP to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; … Read More