Hillary Clinton spoke out Thursday about the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., after 19 days of silence on the subject.
Clinton finally weighed in during a speech at a technology conference in San Francisco under pressure from the Rev. Al Sharpton and MSNBC's Chris … Read More
What was intended to be a staff joke ended in bad PR for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs.
An instructional slideshow presented to VA employees in Philadelphia depicted disgruntled veterans as Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch.
Despite the lighthearted intention, there’s nothing funny about … Read More
In the universe of social media, the might be such a thing as too much publicity.
Just ask Josh Shaw.
The story of the USC Trojans' cornerback who endangered his playing career to save his nephew from drowning seemed almost too good to be true.
Turns out, it was.
Shaw, the newly … Read More
Florida Democrats did the country a favor Tuesday.
When they sealed their disgraceful deal in the gubernatorial primary by putting Charlie Crist officially on the ballot, Sunshine State Dems pushed the campaign for governor even further into the national spotlight heading into November’s … Read More
Left-wing liberal Rachel Maddow pulled no punches describing Congressional Democrats afraid to vote on whether to authorize airstrikes on ISIS in Syria as “one of the biggest outbreaks of Democratic wuss-itude we’ve seen I think in the press in a long time.”
Interviewed on MSNBC’s Alex Wagner Show, … Read More
One brother is dead and another is awaiting trial for detonating two bombs near the finish line of the 2013 Boston Marathon, but that sobering reality failed to stop their sister from threatening to blow up a rival.
Ailina Tsarnaev, the sister of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev -- brother … Read More
Greg Gutfeld blasted British firebrand Russell Brand on yesterday’s segment of “the Five.” Initially, Brand made a video calling Fox News Contributor Jason Riley a “convenient African American” for “betraying” his heritage, and Gutfeld responded. Brand came back by making a video mocking Gutfeld, so … Read More
While liberals “leaders” were crowing for the cameras and pretending to pray, St. Louis conservatives were taking some positive steps toward actually helping the Ferguson community torn up by rioting.
The St. Luis Tea Party is organizing a “BUYcott” of businesses along the now-infamous … Read More
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) admitted that she once worked against former Florida Republican and current Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist, but did not articulate what exactly had changed about Crist to make her now support him.
After Schultz told MSNBC’s Chuck Todd … Read More
During a live broadcast Wednesday night, Fox host Megyn Kelly learned that the president would by flying to Rhode Island on Friday to engage in Democratic fundraising, which raised her blood pressure to the boiling point.
Stifling herself momentarily as White House Correspondent Ed Henry made … Read More
With costly legal action being the weapon of choice, Freedom From Religion Foundation is on a crusade to remove Christianity from American society, and the atheist group can add to its long record of success the removal of team chaplains in a Florida school district.
Orange County Public Schools … Read More
After being told they were in an “unsafe” area for whites, a Marine was left in critical condition. His stepfather is now questioning the mainstream media’s silence on the alleged hate crime, the Blaze reports.
The incident happened this past weekend in West Point, Mississippi. When Ralph Weems … Read More
A London-based imam not only believes Shariah law will “one day” take over the United Kingdom, he believes it should be implemented worldwide.
“You don’t have a choice,” Anjem Choudary, a radical Islamist, told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in a Wednesday interview sure to get Americans’ blood boiling. … Read More
Paul Ryan is the author of The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea and he currently serves as the Chairman of the House Budget Committee and the Representative for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District. Paul is also a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and has served in the House of … Read More
Newt Gingrich served as the 58th Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1995 to 1999. In 2012 Gingrich was a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination. He currently is co-host of CNN’s Crossfire. Gingrich is a domestic and foreign policy expert as well as a noted … Read More