When President Obama called the U.S. Senate’s rejection of his pick to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division a “travesty,” a fraternal order of police official remarked Wednesday, "the true travesty is sitting in the White House.”
Maureen Faulkner, the widow of a slain Philadelphia … Read More
President Obama was on the lookout for fainting worshipers attendees at Wednesday’s campaign speech in Connecticut on raising the minimum wage.
Taking a moment to acknowledge that some people didn’t have chairs to sit in at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain while he pleaded his … Read More
A Democrat state lawmaker in Alabama said white Republicans would make their daughters have abortions if they "got pregnant by black men."
State Rep. Alvin Holmes, a Democrat from Montgomery, Ala., was debating with a Republican colleague Tuesday over a bill that would restrict abortions when he … Read More
A Rutgers University professor told Sean Hannity Wednesday that he and other faculty members are protesting the school’s decision to have Condoleezza Rice deliver its commencement address, because she allegedly misled the American people. Yet he sees nothing wrong with inviting President Obama, who … Read More
No stranger to hyperbole, ever-scintillating Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz skewered Congressman Darrell Issa’s conduct at a House Oversight & Government Reform Committee hearing Wednesday, accusing him of “bludgeoning” the Obama administration and “silencing … Read More
A Russia Today anchor handed in her resignation in a dramatic on-the-air announcement Wednesday, claiming she can no longer be associated with a network that “whitewashes the actions of Putin.”
Liz Wah’s “take this job and shove it” statement came on the heels of an announcement from another … Read More
It would be amusing if it weren’t so frightening to watch Democrats, who gleefully claimed they are “ready for Hillary” Clinton for president in 2016, stand baffled and in complete silence when asked to name one single accomplishment she had as former secretary of state.
Dan Joseph with MRCTV … Read More
House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said Wednesday night that his committee could consider holding former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner in contempt of Congress as early as next week for failing to testify at Wednesday’s hearing.
Appearing on Fox News’ “On the Record,” … Read More
In a court case sure to make it to the television screen, a New Jersey teenager lost her preliminary lawsuit against her parents for child support and immediate access to college funds.
Morristown Judge Peter Bogaard ruled that 18-year-old Rachel Canning was not eligible for $624-a-week child … Read More
Since first lady Michelle Obama helped implement more healthy offerings in school lunch programs, 1.6 million students have opted out. A major reason the kids gave for skipping the free meals: They’re just plain unpalatable, according to a Government Accountability Office report.
“All eight SFAs … Read More
It took the “nay” votes of seven Democratic senators to do it, but President Obama’s controversial nominee to head the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division was defeated by a 47-52 vote Wednesday afternoon.
Debo P. Adegbile gained notoriety during his association with the NAACP Legal Defense … Read More
The personality cultists at Organizing for America have done it again.
To mark Women’s History Month (that’s March by normal people) OFA could have tweeted a picture of an American woman who’s contributed to the country’s greatness and its empowerment of women – Susan B. Anthony, maybe, or Sarah … Read More
A Texas Democrat who hates Obamacare and wants to impeach the president is one of the party’s top candidates for Senate after a primary Tuesday cut a crowded field down to two.
Kesha Rogers, a far-left follower of perennial presidential fringe candidate Lyndon LaRouche, finished second in a … Read More