Harsh remarks concerning traditional Muslim brutality have led the Asian American Journalists Association to call for an apology from the the Fox News Network.
The organization was upset at comments made by “The Five” co-host Andrea Tantaros during a discussion of the bestial behavior of ISIS … Read More
It's official. BK is a traitor to the country that started them. http://t.co/NvLE5lZHWC
— Bill Binan (@whitepants) August 26, 2014
So because they don’t want to pay more in taxes, Burger King is a traitor?
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown wants to boycott Burger King, and he wants you to boycott it, … Read More
The gun control crowd wasted little time taking advantage of a tragic accident in Arizona, where a nine-year-old girl accidently killed an instructor at a gun range while firing an Uzi submachine gun.
Charles Vacca, 39, died Monday when the young girl pulled the trigger on the gun and the recoil … Read More
This American flag is flying high.
And it’s going to stay that way for a while.
The stars and stripes that showed up mysteriously atop a tall ponderosa pine tree along Interstate 90 in the Idaho Panhandle National Forests – on Fourth of July Pass as a matter of fact – is too high for even … Read More
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal made a lot of anti-Common Core people happy Wednesday when he announced on Twitter that he is suing the U.S. Department of Education to keep the standards out of his state.
Today, I filed suit against the Federal Govt for violating federal law and the 10th Amendment to … Read More
The man with the pen and the phone wants to carve a global climate change agreement without consulting Congress, once more sidestepping the Constitution.
The UN will eat this up. Just eat it up! Name & shame the USA in front of the UN on climate change? Say it ain't so. … Read More
Who's up for a cheesy Obama joke?
Q: Difference between Burger King and Obama? A: One's a creepy king known for whoppers, and the other's a fastfood chain bolting high taxes.
— Razor (@hale_razor) August 27, 2014
@hale_razor nyuk nyuk nyuk ;)
— Prudence Paine (@PruPaine) August 27, … Read More
Comedian Billy Crystal's moving tribute to Robin Williams at Monday's Emmy Awards touched millions, but some who swear by politically correctness said the testimonial was racist because it included a clip of Williams doing a impromptu portrayal of a woman from Iran.
"It is very hard to talk about … Read More
After an increasing amount of public demand for “gun-free zones,” this Texas school district is taking matters into its own hands– literally.
Instead of putting up more “gun free zone” signs,” the Argyle School district will be embracing self-protection, CW33 reports. The district will be … Read More
Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly picked up the cudgel again on his show “The Factor” on Tuesday, to stress the paramount role culture in the home and a stable environment play in affording future success to America’s children.
He was following up Monday night’s debate with Megyn Kelly, as to … Read More
The White House is facing media scrutiny after allegedly taking down a video of Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s comments on “politicizing issues.”
After the video showed up on Buzzfeed and Townhall, the White House apparently took it down.
"I think understandably people look at a lot of things … Read More
Pena Nieto must be Spanish for "arrogant."
On a two-day trip to California this week, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto insulted his host country at least twice, referring to the United States as “the other Mexico” and criticizing states that want to control immigration as not having … Read More
Last week, Huffington Post reporter, Ryan Reilly, tweeted out a picture of what he thought were rubber bullets.
I believe these are rubber bullets, can anyone confirm? #Fergurson pic.twitter.com/iCsFi6qoIa
— Ryan J. Reilly (@ryanjreilly) August 17, 2014
He was clearly trying to sensationalize … Read More
Paul Ryan is the author of The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea and he currently serves as the Chairman of the House Budget Committee and the Representative for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District. Paul is also a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and has served in the House of … Read More
Newt Gingrich served as the 58th Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1995 to 1999. In 2012 Gingrich was a candidate for the 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination. He currently is co-host of CNN’s Crossfire. Gingrich is a domestic and foreign policy expert as well as a noted … Read More