Saturday provided the perfect contrast in the way U.S. presidents have chosen to conduct affairs between the United States and Russia.
Presidential historian Michael Beschloss tweeted that Saturday marks the 31st anniversary of Reagan’s speech, in which he first used the term “evil empire” to … Read More
A steak dinner turned into an unexpected trip to the emergency room for a pregnant Florida woman and her family after they ate beef laced with LSD.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, doctors induced labor for Jessica Rosado, 31 and nine months pregnant, and had to insert breathing tubes into her … Read More
State Rep. Bob McDermott filed an ethics complaint against Hawaii State Department of Education District Superintendent Kathryn Matayoshi Thursday after she ignored his Feb. 28 letter requesting she halt the implementation of a new teacher training program.
The program, Teaching Tolerance, was … Read More
In a blunder of epic proportions, a sex tape featuring a teacher and her fiance was accidentally shown in an Arkansas classroom.
The unidentified educator teaches at Forest Heights Middle School in Little Rock, Ark., and admitted that is was her in the video, saying she's not sure how it got … Read More
The Obama administration has tried to censor what the liberal media publishes -- and it’s often successful at keeping them in line, a former ThinkProgress blogger said this week.
Zaid Jilani, who wrote for Center for American Progress’ Think Progress, took to Tumblr to respond to on-air … Read More
Filling in for Fox News' Bill O'Reilly on Friday, talk radio host Laura Ingraham weighed in on some of the speakers at this year's CPAC gathering near Washington, D.C., including "a few Republicans who may need to do some reputation rehab with the base."Ingraham said N.J. Gov. Chris Christie gave a … Read More
Detroit's police chief knows 911 can be too late.
That's why he wants criminals to be as worried about armed citizens as they are about police.
“The message should be that people are going to protect themselves,” Police Chief James Craig told WDIV-TV reporter Rob Meloni in an interview … Read More
Fox News' "The Five" took on censors in Egypt for wanting to ban the biblical epic, "Noah," for being "irreligious."
Al-Azhar, Egypt's most influential Islamic group, is angered by the film's portrayal of a prophet, according to Fox News.
Starring actors Russell Crowe and Anthony Hopkins, the … Read More
In an attempt to reach the "unchurched," a Kentucky parish offered a free steak dinner and the chance to win one of 25 handguns, long guns and shotguns.
More than 1,300 "outdoor enthusiasts" accepted Lone Oak First Baptist Church's invitation Thursday, according to its website, which promoted the … Read More
President and Mrs. Obama will be vacationing after all, despite the escalating crisis in the Crimean peninsula of Ukraine. And for good measure, so will Vice President Joe Biden.On Thursday, it looked as though events in Ukrainian were going to spoil the Obama’s long Florida weekend vacation plans, … Read More
Texas Gov. Rick Perry woke up Friday’s early-morning crowd with what may have been the best speech of the Conservative Political Action Conference’s first two days.
"It is time for Washington to focus on the few things the Constitution establishes as the federal government's role,” Perry said. … Read More
At a White House reception and performance Thursday honoring the “Women of Soul,” President Barack Obama paid special tribute to Aretha Franklin’s iconic song, “Respect,” but unlike Franklin, he had trouble spelling it.ABC News White House producer Mary Bruce first took note and tweeted:Honoring the … Read More
NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre can get a crowd fired up, and he didn’t disappoint in a speech that took shots at the media and the administration on Thursday.
In an address to the Conservative Political Action Conference, LaPierre doubled down on last year’s most notable quote, “the surest way to stop a … Read More