August tends to be the “cruelest” month for President Obama – especially considering his approval ratings, according to National Public Radio.
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“It seems there is a right time and a wrong time to play golf,” Robert Siegel, host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” said … Read More
A pop culture paean to first lady Michelle Obama got put in its place at Sunday’s Video Music Awards.
And first place it wasn’t.
Painfully plastic girl group Fifth Harmony – as diverse and authentic as a Benetton ad – took to the stage in Los Angeles to for a pre-show performance of … Read More
There was a chance James Foley - the American journalist brutally executed by ISIS - could have been saved.
Concerned over bad press and political consequences, President Obama took too long to OK his rescue mission. A former lieutenant-colonel in US military intelligence confirmed the delay to … Read More
MTV used its Video Music Awards ceremony Sunday as a platform to air a public service announcement featuring the protests in Ferguson, Mo., on the heels of the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
The recent events fit the narrative of the “Look Different” campaign, which MTV developed … Read More
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken social media by storm, but some pro-life groups are beginning withdraw their support for moral reasons.
Over $50 million in donations have poured in since the viral dare, and other charities have been positively affected by the success. Despite the positive … Read More
While participating in a panel discussion on immigration this week, the editor of National Review said Republicans who claim there are jobs Americans won't do “should be shot” and “hanged.”
Rich Lowry said the GOP cannot claim to be the party of workers if it supports immigration reform that … Read More
Chalk up one more community fed up with Michelle Obama’s food-rule fetish.
Traditional, delicious Elyria pink cookies are on the outs at public schools in Elyria, Ohio, where they’ve been a mainstay of the local school menu for decades.
They’ve satisfied generations of Ohio students and … Read More
An Iraq war veteran got an unexpected helping hand from an 8-year-old girl, reminding us that America is still a special place to live.
Nick Bailey, who served two tours in Iraq, was badly injured in 2007, when he survived a mortar attack that killed a fellow member of his unit, WCSC News … Read More
The wisdom of Dr. Ben Carson versus the hackneyed assertions of Rev. Jesse Jackson were on full display in a debate Sunday about race riots in Missouri.
Speaking on "Fox News Sunday," host Chris Wallace began by asking Jackson how he could characterize the shooting of Michael Brown as a “state … Read More
It's not often that liberal New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd will find a kindred spirit in conservative talk show host Laura Ingraham, but that was just the result of Dowd's latest column that blasted President Barack Obama for being out of touch.
Again, in the New York Times!
Dowd's … Read More
A former federal prosecutor is accusing Attorney General Eric Holder of violating the Justice Department’s own guidelines in his never-ending quest to make racism a one-way street.
Holder’s participation in the investigation into the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., is “based … Read More
A Vermont restaurant removed a sign advertising part of its breakfast menu to avoid offending a Muslim resident.
Sneakers Bistro had put up the sign as part of “Operation Bloom,” a program launched by the city of Winooski to maintain flower beds next to area roads. Business owners were allowed … Read More
The power of social media to indoctrinate children into barbarity is growing, as advocates for radical Islam and a Muslim caliphate use various sites to spread their gospel of hate.
Repulsive photographs of youngsters emulating “Jihad John,” the British man who beheaded American … 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