The ignorant, sexist male passenger on a WestJet flight from Calgary who complained that a female was piloting the plane was properly, and publicly, slammed back into his pathetic place in the modern, free world by the pilot.
“David,” in seat 12E, left the following, now viral, note, obtained by … Read More
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The Scottsdale, Ariz. mayor created a firestorm of dissent at Tuesday’s city council meeting when he denied a citizen’s request for a moment of silence to commemorate a fallen police officer.
During the “public comment” portion of the meeting, Scottsdale resident Mike Aloisi … Read More
In response to the explosive incident with U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said on Thursday that he has apologized for his actions.
Calling what happened “an unfortunate incident,” Issa's apology followed a failed vote initiated by Democrats to … Read More
Fox News White House correspondent Ed Henry asked White House chief spokesman Jay Carney at the Thursday press briefing whether President Obama now regrets mocking Mitt Romney’s claim that Russia is America’s number-one geopolitical foe, in light of recent events in Ukraine.
Carney said no, but … Read More
Unable to repeal the law in its entirety, GOP lawmakers continue to introduce legislation to address perceived weaknesses of the Affordable Care Act.
U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam, R-Ill., introduced a bill on Thursday that calls for a full-time watchdog to oversee fraud and mismanagement concerns … Read More
Saying it has the power of the American people on its side, proponents of the long-embattled Keystone XL Pipeline planned to deliver more than a half-million comments to the U.S. State Department urging President Obama to approve the pipeline.
“The needlessly long review of the Keystone XL … Read More
France is quickly becoming one of the poorest countries in Europe, suffering brain drain and the exodus of financial capital – and the United States would be wise to take notice.
“It’s pretty tough to be successful in a nation where the president says he doesn’t like rich people, and where the … Read More
The Conservative Political Action Conference's first day proved to be more than MSNBC’s Chris Matthews could handle, prompting him to go off on a spacey rant comparing the gathering to the “Star Wars” cantina.
"Do you remember the bar scene in Star Wars with all those wild-eyed creatures from … Read More
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz opened CPAC-2014 Thursday morning by saying what was on everyone’s mind -- how to win elections.
Two things are required, Cruz said. Conservatives must stand upon their principles and tell the truth.
He then listed 10 conservative principles, based upon law, education and … Read More
The man who helped design Obamacare is telling Americans to get ready to “kiss your insurance company good-bye, forever.” It’s going the way of the dodo bird.
“The good news is you won’t have insurance companies to kick around much longer,” bioethicist Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, one of the guiding … Read More
In a Republican field with no clear front-runner, a groundswell has begun for drafting a Horatio Alger-type candidate who carries massive, universal appeal. And many see real promise in a certain nationally recognized black physician.
The National Draft Ben Carson for President Committee has … Read More
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., set a strong tone on foreign policy Thursday at CPAC 2014, stressing key differences between Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.Telling the conservative audience he did not like to make national security issues partisan, Rubio said "we cannot ignore that the foreign policy … Read More
A video surfaced Tuesday in which some translators say Russian President Vladimir Putin apparently threatened to use Ukrainian women and children as human shields during any Russian invasion of that country.Putin made his comments at a Moscow press conference held Tuesday, according to Russia Today, … Read More