Whenever race becomes an issue, passions tend to rise -- even among the justices serving in the nation’s highest court.
In a 6-2 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Michigan voters had a right to discontinue the state’s affirmative action policy, which had given minorities a leg … Read More
Here’s a side of Trapper John that never showed in “the swamp.”
Former actor Wayne Rogers, who played the Trapper John straight man to ultra-liberal Alan Alda’s Hawkeye on “M*A*S*H” laid it out for Eric Bolling on Saturday when the “Cashin’ In” host asked how it is that President Obama remains so … Read More
While most Democrats are distancing themselves from President Obama and Obamacare, one candidate is using her involvement with the legislation as a positive in a new campaign ad.
Rep. Allyson Schwartz serves in Pennsylvania’s 13th congressional district and is running for governor. But before she … Read More
Tinkering around with the most fundamental and cherished of our rights isn’t something to be taken lightly. Yet it’s what former U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is suggesting in his new book, and it has actor James Woods thinking something just doesn't sound right. He tweeted … Read More
“Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak might have bought himself more than a vowel with last week’s comic Twitter post announcing his heterosexuality to the world.
Damn the career consequences! I'm hereby proclaiming my heterosexuality!
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) April 18, 2014
He bought himself some … Read More
A GOP fundraising gimmick featuring George Bush the elder and his “guilty pleasure” of a good pair of socks didn’t get the warmest welcome in the Twitter world this week.
But in politics, as in life, almost everything goes better with a pretty blonde. (In this case, "The Five's" Dana … Read More
The question on everyone’s minds when Bureau of Land Management officers first swooped in to take over public lands being used for grazing by the Cliven Bundy family was, “why did they bring in bulldozers?” The answer was to dig mass graves for Bundy cattle.
Bundy’s wife Carol and daughter Stetsy … Read More
After Tennessee Volkswagen plant employees handed the United Auto Workers a huge defeat in voting against unionization in February, the Obama administration has decided to change the rules to make sure that never happens again.
Two proposed National Labor Relations Board rule changes could … Read More
We’ve all heard of “banana republic” tinhorn dictators and totalitarian despots. Who would’ve predicted that the U.S. Senate majority leader would join such an unsavory list? But that’s what big-government spokesman Harry Reid is all about.
How could the Democratic Party allow the ascendancy of a … Read More
White House photographer David Souza unveiled the official photographs of Monday’s Easter Egg Roll which featured a bizarre shot of President Obama and the Easter Bunny.
Slide show from today's Easter Egg Roll: http://t.co/sCCoePPrV8
— petesouza (@petesouza) April 22, 2014
Souza’s followers … Read More
Conservative columnist David Brooks’ comment Sunday about President Obama’s manhood may have dominated political news Monday, but Fox News’ Charles Krauthammer said that was the least of the president’s problems.
On Sunday’s “Meet the Press,” Brooks said that Obama has “a manhood problem in the … Read More
U.S. Rep. Stephen Lynch is one Democrat who can say “I told you so.”
The only Massachusetts representative to vote against the Obamacare monstrosity in 2009 is warning that the worst is still to come.
In an interview Friday with Boston Herald Radio, Lynch said the real damage of the Democrats’ … Read More
In comments that defied logic, the Democratic National Committee chairwoman insisted Sunday that the November election would not be a referendum on President Obama and his job performance.
“No, absolutely not,” U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., told “Meet the Press” host David … Read More