After months public anticipation, a person close to the investigation said Monday that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who left his unit five years ago in Afghanistan and was subsequently captured by the Taliban, will be charged with desertion.
Retired Lt. Col. Tony Schaffer, who currently works for the … Read More
A new diagnostic test presented at a U.S. medical conference that determines the probability of death within 30 days is being welcomed by doctors around the world.
“I had lots of nurses and doctors standing there saying, ‘We have been waiting for a tool like this for years. When can we start … Read More
The president of the Tulsa, Okla., NAACP chapter has called the recent shooting of a gun-wielding black man by a white police officer evidence of a “shoot first and ask questions later” attitude within the police force.
The man, 21-year-old Terrance Walker, showed up at the Old Agency Baptist … Read More
President Obama's showcasing one of his bad habits to the world again.
On hand for the Republic Day parade in New Delhi Monday with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he committed what the Times of India called “an ungainly sight.”
Obama seen chewing gum at Republic Day parade, removes it … Read More
France still has a long way to go in the name of free speech, as courts continue to rule against monikers families give to their own children.
French courts are the ultimate decision makers regarding a private citizen’s name, according to The Telegraph. As did learn two families that were made to … Read More
Emboldened by the media attention given to their public protests, the illegal immigrant activists known as DREAMers showed up at the 2015 Iowa Freedom Summit demanding to know where the mostly conservative crowd stands on immigration.
They found out when they were getting kicked … Read More
Talk about doubletalk.
When the White House announced last week it was giving a “talk-to-the-hand” brush-off to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s visit to Washington, the official story was Washington’s “long-standing practice and principle” of avoiding trying to influence other … Read More
A “security concern” forced a Delta flight to Orlando to make an unscheduled landing at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The diverted flight was prompted by a tweet originating from the twitter account @AllahuAhkbar911 to @DeltaAssist. The message read:
WE HAVE PLANTED EXPLOSIVES ON … Read More
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina’s zingers directed at Hillary Clinton Saturday at the Iowa Freedom Summit scored a big hit, and the crowd loved her for it.
“Like Hillary Clinton, I too have travelled hundreds of thousands of miles around the globe,” Fiorina told the crowd. “But … Read More
The Obama administration’s foreign policy doesn’t exist -- it’s based wholly on wishful thinking, with no basis in reality, according to the panelists on CBS News’ “Face The Nation” Sunday.
“As the president said Tuesday night [at his State of the Union address] he wants to turn the page, … Read More
In yet another liberal attempt at social engineering, a Canadian university is pushing its professors to call on women in class before allowing men to comment or answer questions.
“Ladies first” has assumed a greater importance in higher education.
Watch the latest video at … Read More
A Muslim woman in Michigan is suing her local police department for forcing her to remove her head scarf after her arrest for driving with a suspended license.
The woman, 24-year-old Malak Kazan, a resident of the heavily Muslim Dearborn Heights area, claims Dearborn Heights police humiliated her … Read More
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough was asked on Sunday about comments that reportedly came from the White House disparaging Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, alleging that the Jewish leader would "pay a price" for accepting an invitation to speak before a joint meeting of … 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
Founder and President of the Media Research Center (MRC), L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
Bozell is a lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, marketer, businessman, author, publisher and activist, making him one of the most … Read More