The Obama girls aren’t the only family enjoying the perks of privilege.
Vice President Joe Biden’s grandkids do, too. That’s just life at the top for these Democrat champions of the poor.
Biden gave the game away Monday during an exhibit of the World Cup trophy in Washington attended by … Read More
If the Food and Drug Administration has its way, the cost of beer, milk and beef are about to increase.
For as long as there have been brewers and dairy farmers, they’ve engaged in a symbiotic arrangement that has saved each big bucks. When the brewer is finished using the grain to brew his beer, … Read More
Talk about touchy.
Antsy sycophants in the Obama White House wanted Dr. Ben Carson to apologize for his celebrated speech at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, apparently afraid Carson’s candor would offend President Obama himself.
Recalling the episode in his new book, “One Nation: What … Read More
A documentary filmmaker who has stared down drug runners at the U.S. southern border said he has never experienced as tense a situation as he did at the Nevada Cliven Bundy ranch showdown between Bureau of Land Management officers and those standing with the rancher.
“I’ve never experienced … Read More
This "phony scandal" isn't going away.
With last week’s revelations that a federal watchdog office had sought disciplinary action against rank-and-file IRS employees in three states for illegally pushing the re-election of President Obama in 2012, veteran investigative reporter Bob Woodward on … Read More
A new parody ad released by House Speaker John Boehner’s primary challenger aims to help voters with their “electile dysfunction.”
Copying the style of erectile dysfunction ads, the J.D. Winteregg campaign posted, "When the Moment is Right," on YouTube.
"If you have a Boehner lasting more than … Read More
Capping off remarks about innocent victims of a racist shooting spree with a joke is tasteless.
Capping them off with a joke couched as a prayer is near unforgiveable.
But that’s what President Obama did Monday at the White House Easter Breakfast, where his condolences to the families of three … Read More
A Democrat congressman from California might have been hitting the sake too hard at Washington’s Cherry Blossom Festival.
On Twitter late Sunday, the last day of the three-week festival, Rep. Mike Honda posted:
Happy to celebrate the beautiful cherry blossoms, & over 100 years of … Read More
An Ohio man forced to publicly hold a sign that reads "I AM A BULLY" feels more like a victim.
"The judge destroyed me," Edmond Aviv, 62, said, according to The Associated Press. "This isn't fair at all."
South Euclid Municipal Court Judge Gayle Williams-Byers ordered Aviv to display the sign … Read More
During a roundtable discussion about the electability of Republican U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, Democratic strategist James Carville said the GOP will be extinct if it doesn’t win the White House in 2016.
Roundtable member Laura Ingraham was asked by host George Stephanopoulos about how the crowd … Read More
Saturday Night Live comedian Kenan Thompson's portrayal over the weekend of race hustler Al Sharpton as a mob rat continues to get plenty of play.
Titled, “Undercover Sharpton,” the skit is a spoof on the news last week that Sharpton worked with the FBI as an informant back in the 1980s.
In … Read More
When asked to respond to Attorney General Eric Holder's comment on how he's being treated by Congress, Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume answered that it was "crybaby stuff" coming from someone who has "benefited politically enormously" from being black.
Holder was speaking before Al … Read More
Former CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson told Fox News she resigned because the network was becoming “too shy” about covering the Obama administration honestly.
Attkisson, who appeared on “Media Buzz” Sunday left her position at CBS last month after 20 years of investigative reporting. She … Read More