House Democrat Barbara Lee may have learned a hard lesson on what not to do while trying to garner support for a cause that’s quickly losing favor.
The Californian stated in a proposed resolution Wednesday that women will eventually need to resort to selling sex when food and water become scarce … Read More
An organized group of Hillary Clinton supporters has issued a stern warning to at least one reporter – give our preferred presidential candidate special treatment, or else.
The practice of mud-slinging, albeit ugly, is as old as the political arena itself. Now that that a woman might be going for … Read More
A National Guardsman who was arrested trying to fly from Chicago to Egypt to join the Islamic State also helped plan with his cousin an attack on a military facility in Illinois, federal investigators said.
According to CBS Chicago, Army National Guard Spc. Hasan Edmonds was arrested along with … Read More
Perhaps White House press secretary Josh Earnest lost sight of the fact that conservative Americans dominate Twitter.
While it's a stretch to suggest that Earnest may have tired from taking too many tough questions from the White House press pool, for some reason he thought it would be a good … Read More
The editors of Fortune magazine must all be smoking crack nowadays. They placed two “voices for nonviolent protest” in Ferguson, Mo. as number 11 in its 50 greatest leaders of 2014.
Among the business giants, pop stars, techies and religious leaders, Fortune included Ferguson protest leaders … Read More
After six-plus years at the helm, the Obama administration's "modus operandi" is fairly clear; establish a favorable narrative on a topic, reality be damned, and never admit fault. And when all else fails, stonewall.
And with Yemen descending into chaos, that's the tactic White House press … Read More
The Obama administration is one of the least trusting and most secretive of any presidential administration in recent history -- except when it comes to the secrets of our most important allies.
The Pentagon quietly declassified sections of a top-secret defense document last month detailing … Read More
A photo taken of children climbing a Vietnam Women’s Memorial – while elderly veterans looked on – has sparked public outrage.
Photographer Matthew Munson posted pictures on Facebook Wednesday of his trip to Washington when one particular photo stood out among the rest.
“… a big group of … Read More
Hillary Clinton’s email troubles have just gotten worse.
A Florida-based political advocacy group filed a racketeering lawsuit naming as Bill and Hillary Clinton Wednesday over their to produce documents as requested under the Freedom of Information Act.
In addition to the former president an … Read More
Were it not for the conviction of the brave men who served alongside Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl when he walked away from his post in Afghanistan, the Obama administration might have gotten away with their ill-advised trade of five top level Taliban commanders for the alleged deserter.
As it is, there … Read More
Then-Army Private Bowe Bergdahl’s decision to leave his unit in Afghanistan and apparently seek out the local Taliban took an enormous toll on lives lost and resources redirected, the man who led the search for him told Sean Hannity Wednesday.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comLt. … Read More
A Nebraska state senator let loose with his feelings about law enforcement at a legislative hearing on gun bills, when he compared police officers to the terrorist organization ISIS.
Democrat State Sen. Ernie Chambers’ fiery comments were exposed by Nebraska Watchdog group and raised a storm of … Read More
At this rate, MSNBC may want to consider setting aside a half-hour weekly slot to collectively beg its dwindling audience for forgiveness -- they can call the show 'Mea culpa."
MSNBC host Ari Melber found himself in the awkward position Wednesday of having to apologize on-air when a contributor … Read More
When Carly Fiorina was recruited to Hewlett Packard, she became the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business and grew HP to the 11th most profitable company in the US. In her six years as Chairman and CEO of HP, she would double its revenues to $90 billion; more than quadruple its growth to 9%; … Read More
If you are a regular viewer of the Fox News Channel you may have seen promotions for a new “alternative primetime program,” Strange Inheritance.
It is a highly anticipated show, a "recommended watch" by the Washington Post and it premiers tonight on the Fox Business Network at 9 p.m. … Read More