Secretary of State John Kerry was issued a ticket this week after a citizen filed a complaint.
Who knew it was that easy?
In the aftermath of "Snowmageddon," about six inches of snow piled up on the sidewalk outside Kerry's primary residence in Boston, and he was cited by the city after … Read More
Texas is the hot-spot for Republican politics and Sen. Rand Paul, R – KY, just stole the spotlight from potential presidential candidates, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Paul has his sights set deep in the heart, with the Texas primary expected for March 1.
It was … Read More
Now that Republicans rule the House and Senate, they may finally be getting serious on IRS investigations.
Senate Republicans asked the Obama administration on Thursday, to turn over all correspondence that happened between the White House and the IRS since 2010, The Washington Times … Read More
It’s no secret that Clint Eastwood’s film, “American Sniper,” depicting the life of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, is an American box office success. What’s not common knowledge is that the film’s popularity has carried over to audiences in Iraq.
Gaith Mohammed, a twenty-something man with an accounting … Read More
The students at UC Berkeley seem to have a lot of time on their hands – and zero sense of perspective.
Case in point: a protest last Saturday afternoon by members of the Berkeley Organization for Animal Advocacy over a new design adorning the top of a Domino’s Pizza box, reported The Daily … Read More
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, is taking open jabs at university professors and their lax workload, saying a little more help from professors might ease coming budget cuts in higher education.
As he made clear during a radio interview Wednesday, the two-term Republican governor, who has led … Read More
The goliath U.S. cable company Comcast is a little smaller after having been caught addressing one of its customers as “A—hole.”
The name Ricardo Brown was deliberately changed to "A—hole Brown," on a cable bill in an apparent act of retaliation for an earlier dispute between Comcast customer … Read More
When a Houston man arrived home earlier this month to find a package he’d been expecting smashed open, and its contents strewn all about his front yard, he checked his home security camera footage.
What homeowner Ben Lucas discovered shocked him beyond belief.
Much of the merchandise, … Read More
A California school is causing quite a controversy for apparently violating the separation of church and state to promote Muslim headscarves for women.
It all started when a student at Natomas Pacific Pathways Prep in Sacramento, who also happens to be an intern for the Hamas-linked group the … Read More
Christian activists turned out Thursday to form a counter protest against an event outside the Texas Capitol organized by the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
While CAIR traditionally bills its events as intended solely to raise awareness of Muslim issues, the group is viewed with … Read More
With the left in America having all but called for a jihad against "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, there have been no shortage of yahoos taking cheap shots at the former Navy SEAL.
To include an NBC reporter -- naturally.
NBC foreign affairs reporter Ayman Mohyeldin characterized "the real Chris … Read More
Legally blind U.S. Air Force veteran Mark Cornell is able to see again for the first time in 20 years -- thanks to new technology -- and his wife looks as beautiful as ever.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comThe high-tech glasses are made by eSight, and use camera and video to create … Read More
Hate is such a strong word, especially when talking about world leaders.
But that's the term Fox News host Greta Van Susteren fell back on when discussing the relationship between President Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Charles Krauthammer joined Van Susteren in the … Read More
If you are a regular viewer of the Fox News Channel you may have seen promotions for a new “alternative primetime program,” Strange Inheritance.
It is a highly anticipated show, a "recommended watch" by the Washington Post and it premiers tonight on the Fox Business Network at 9 p.m. … Read More
Founder and President of the Media Research Center (MRC), L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
Bozell is a lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, marketer, businessman, author, publisher and activist, making him one of the most … Read More