In a case of "should have seen that coming," the crowd erupted into a celebratory chant of "yes we can!" after the Gang of 8 passed the immigration bill in the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
Chairman of the committee, Sen. Leahy, "pretending" to ask for order, encouraged the crowd as … Read More
In a development that brings to mind the short-lived "JournoList" controversy, several liberal reporters are said to have been quietly summoned to the White House on Tuesday.
NPR reporter Ari Shapiro "tweeted" that Washington Post columnists Jonathan Capehart and Ezra Klein, and Talking Point … Read More
New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo summoned a group of sheriffs to the Capitol, where they thought they would be discussing changes to New York's gun control law, the SAFE Act, but instead, Cuomo told them he wanted them to “keep quiet” and not oppose the law, according to the Times … Read More
Congress received notice that when a top IRS official testifies Wednesday before the House Oversight Committee as scheduled, she’ll be pleading the Fifth Amendment and refuse to answer questions.
Attorney William W. Taylor III submitted a letter to the committee chairman that his client, … Read More
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the CIA doesn’t have to release pictures of Osama bin Laden following his death, and subsequent burial at sea. Judicial Watch had filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the photos, then sued after the CIA refused on the grounds that the images … Read More
Using a planted question at a lawyers’ conference to break the news that the IRS had targeted conservative groups for extra scrutiny was “an incredibly bad idea,” outgoing IRS commissioner Steven Miller told a Senate panel Tuesday.
No, it wasn’t.
An incredibly bad idea is saying … Read More
The Emmy award winning CBS investigative reporter who has been the mainstream media's lone voice to tenaciously dig into the events centered on Benghazi, said in a Tuesday radio interview that both her personal and business phones and computers have been compromised.
Last week we learned that the … Read More
An outraged Sen. Chuck Grassley shared the incredible news that besides asking for the content of the prayers of a pro-life group in Iowa, the Internal Revenue Service asked the group to sign an oath swearing they would not protest at Planned Parenthood facilities if it wanted tax-exempt … Read More
There are a lot of “laughable jokes” in politics these days, none more so than former Democratic presidential candidate and chair of the Democratic National Committee Howard Dean.
But, the terrorist attack in Benghazi where four Americans were slaughtered, and then the ensuing cover-up by the … Read More
Increasingly critical of President Obama and the current shenanigans playing out at the highest levels of U.S. government, Jay Leno approached the mounting scandals with his usual sense of humor.
Monday's Tonight Show with Jay Leno featured a clip of budding little reporters asking Obama some … Read More
The Islamist Army major who murdered 12 fellow soldiers and a civilian doctor has been paid $278,000 since his attack on Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009.
Meanwhile, some victims who managed to survive Maj. Nidal Hasan’s killing spree in the name of Allah are struggling to pay for groceries and gas … Read More
To say the results of a new ABC News/Washington Post poll are confusing is an understatement. I find myself wanting to ask the respondents, “What in the hell are you thinking? Are you even thinking?”
Gary Langer, from Langer Research Associates who conducted the poll, analyzed the results … Read More
Political intimidation takes on many sizes and shapes in America, to include having armed federal officers following you as you work.
An ABC News report published on Monday, "Welcome to Cincinnati – Ground zero of the exploding IRS scandal," begins with the not so surprising news that IRS … Read More