With the field still wide open for the 2016 Republican presidential race, supporters of Dr. Ben Carson making a long-shot bid for the GOP ’s nomination were out in force at the Western Conservative Summit this weekend.
Hawking “Run, Ben, Run” posters and “Ben Carson for President” regalia … Read More
It doesn't take much to see the disdain the Obama administration has toward Fox News, as Secretary of State John Kerry got into an angry exchange on Sunday with host Chris Wallace.
Kerry, pulling off a feat last accomplished by then-U.N. ambassador Susan Rice when she hit all five Sunday talk … Read More
A Mexican smuggling cartel flexed its muscles on an overburdened U.S. Border Patrol group Friday night, firing .50-caliber machine gun bullets at them from the south side of the beleaguered border.
The incident occurred in the Rincon Peninsula area of the Rio Grande about 8:30 p.m., Texas Rep. … Read More
A California couple faces fines and possible criminal action after their lawn turned brown when they followed state drought guidelines restricting water usage.
California is suffering severe water shortages causing regulators to approve fines of up to $500 per day for residents who waste water on … Read More
In a scathing “Opening Statement” Saturday, Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro blasted President Obama for failures to deal with foreign policy challenges from the southern border of the United States to Eastern Europe.
Citing civil wars in Iraq and Syria, the continuing crisis in Ukraine, the ongoing … Read More
Conservative Sarah Palin responded to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s criticism in typical firebrand fashion Saturday, saying she didn't need a lecture from an "incompetent."
Holder said in an interview with ABC last week that "people talking about taking their country back" have directed … Read More
A Muslim leader showed a considerable lack of brotherly love in Philadelphia last week, when he tried to cut off the hand of a man accused of stealing from the local mosque.
Police arrested the mosque’s emir, Merv Mitchell, 37, also known as Mabul Shoatz, Thursday night on charges of aggravated … Read More
After a robbery at a store with a "No Guns Allowed" sign, the owner of a family restaurant in east Tennessee took the opposite approach – and saw business flourish.
Sharma Floyd, owner of Shiloh Brew and Chew in Maryville, Tenn., hung a "Guns are Welcome" sign on the restaurant's front door, … Read More
A New York couple dining out for a birthday dinner left a staggering gift for their waiter – a $1,000 tip on the $114 check.
Michael Shafts, a part-time server at The Ginger Man in Albany, told the Times Union he was stunned by the generosity. As the couple prepared to leave after the meal, the … Read More
“The bear is loose” is the inane phrase White House acolytes have been slinging lately when Obama gets out of the White House to schmooze with the dwindling (but still mega-wealthy) band of believers.
Even the New York Times thinks it’s stupid, but ex-Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino says it has … Read More
The Free Beacon’s tireless reporting on, and in-depth analysis of, Hillary Clinton’s advanced age and possibly deteriorating health appears to be causing some Democratic voters to rethink their support for the elderly homeowner.
Voter at Elizabeth Warren #misen rally tells me Hillary might be too … Read More
BY: Elizabeth Harrington
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is suggesting major changes to grocery stores to “nudge” Americans to purchase healthier foods when they shop.
The agency commissioned an “expert panel” to make recommendations on how to guide the more than 47 million Americans … Read More
Fox commentator Sean Hannity on Friday delivered a scathing indictment of President Barack Obama’s first six years in office, using video of the president’s speeches to show the sharp contrast with his behavior and policies.
"Our world, our nation are in an alarming state of emergency," Hannity … Read More