MIAMI — Former Gov. Jeb Bush has a clear goal for 2016 — get the Republican Party back in power at the national level.
Bush, brother of former President George W. Bush and son of former President George H.W. Bush, says he wants to inspire unity in the GOP by supporting immigration … Read More
A St. Louis TV anchorman alleged on his Facebook page earlier this month that after conducting a fair, but hard-hitting interview with President Barack Obama, his troubles with the Internal Revenue Service exacerbated. From the moment he made that assertion, he’s also received flak from his … Read More
A gun regulation advocacy group filed a lawsuit in federal district court against a small Georgia town, its mayor and town council members because of its new ordinance requiring gun ownership by its residents.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, named after James Brady, who was permanently … Read More
Unlike former Vice President Al Gore, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is no climate denier.
Climatologists are now coming to terms with the fact that catastrophic man-made global warming appears highly unlikely, and that in fact, the earth has not warmed at all in more than a decade.
Palin … Read More
WASHINGTON – Alleging a bipartisan “cover-up” of U.S. gunrunning operations in the Mideast, critics are calling for an independent investigation of the 9/11 attack in Benghazi.
Despite numerous congressional hearings, "no one has asked about the underlying mission in Benghazi," said Jeff … Read More
Have fun watching the greens howl.
Keystone XL is a done deal.
In Baltimore Friday -- a helicopter hop away from all-scandal-all-the-time D.C. -- President Obama announced he is “directing agencies across the government to do what it takes to cut timelines for breaking ground on major … Read More
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer brought up on Friday’s Fox News Channel’s “Special Report” panel discussion that President Obama chose his words with surgical precision at a joint press conference held the day before. In doing so, he didn’t come close to answering a reporter’s … Read More
A new petition was filed Friday with the White House, asking that the administration explain glaring inconsistencies between statements made by President Barack Obama and his chief spokesman, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
The petition calls into question the truth of these … Read More
Former Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican party's presidential nominee in 2012, was a guest on Friday's broadcast of "The Tonight Show."
Host Jay Leno asked Romney about the AP, IRS and Benghazi scandals, to which Romney shares his opinion of how President Obama is handling these issues.
At one … Read More
The level of Internal Revenue Service harassment of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status went as far as the IRS actually requesting the "prayers" of a pro-life organization in Iowa.
Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock drilled acting IRS commissioner Steven Miller on the IRS’s inappropriate … Read More
House Oversight Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa officially subpoenaed former Ambassador Thomas Pickering to appear for a deposition by the committee next Thursday about the State Department’s Accountability Review Board report on Benghazi.
Pickering co-authored the ARB report on the … Read More
When things hit the fan for the Internal Revenue Service last week, a strategic decision was made to have a random tax lawyer ask a seemingly innocuous question and then have Lois Lerner answer with the bombshell admission that the IRS was targeting conservative groups.
The story of the IRS’s … Read More
How bad did the White House look this week?
Left-leaning pollster John Zogby found President Obama losing ground even with his base, according to a poll reported on the Zogby Analytics website Friday,
Rasmussen Reports, meanwhile, found Obama has only a 48 percent approval rating among voters, … Read More