Reports of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s demise turned out to be greatly exaggerated–especially at MSNBC.
From the start, Christie emphatically denied any knowledge or involvement by his administration members closing traffic lanes on the George Washington Bridge to create&
President Obama on Tuesday addressed his decision to launch airstrikes against terrorist forces in Syria, explaining in a speech to the nation that the growing threat from the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria requires an immediate response from the U.S. and its allies.
Shortly after the
Results of New Brunswick Election Up in The Air - UPDATED
I've been following the results of the New Brunswick provincial election with great interest. For those who are unfamiliar with this Maritime Canadian province it is one of Canada's four original provinces and it borders Maine.
The story tonight is that the results are up in the air. A new el
Lo and behold, it seems that the media itself has a domestic violence problem. Ten cases discovered at first Google. Which is twice as many, to be specific, as the five cases that have had the media in such a frenzy over domestic violence in the National Football League.
Where are these ten cases t
Last Wednesday (Sept. 17), former George W. Bush political guru and current Republican Super PAC king Karl Rove took to the pages of the Wall Street Journal to exhort that paper’s readers to make it rain to the benefit of Republican senatorial candidates with just six weeks left before Electi
That’s it, that’s it! Why did no one think of it before Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., concocted the solution to NFL violence?
“If the NFL doesn’t police themselves” — she meant “itself,” but never mind grammar when a senator is in the throes of ins
Zeke Emanuel Wants You To Die At 75
Ezekiel Emanuel cannot stand to think that, someday, he might not be as fabulous as he is now.
A Kansas City attorney with a lifelong history of supporting Democrats is using his own money and the support of a new super PAC to elect an “independent” Senate candidate who insists he will not be beholden to the Democratic Party.
The shouts of political prisoners interrogated by Hamas security forces have disrupted classes at a Khan Younis school in the southern Gaza Strip.
Coalition of Arab Nations Including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and UAE Join US in Striking ISIS
The United States counted with a number of Arab nations in their coordinated airstrikes in Syria overnight against the terrorist group the Islamic State. Bahrain, Jordan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates all participated in the attack, according to the Defense Department, pot
Former Sen. Scott Brown, who is running against incumbent Democrat Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), is up with a new television advertisement blasting Shaheen and President Barack Obama for weakness on ISIS. Brown hammers “radical Islamic terrorists” and the insecure border and immigr
While celebrating a sack that dropped quarterback Aaron Rodgers for a seven yard loss in the Lions 19-7 victory over the Packers on Sunday, linebacker Stephen Tulloch tore his ACL and will be out for the season. Sports Illustrated reported that Tulloch was emulating Rodgers’s "Discount Doubl
A recently recorded speech distributed by the Islamic State called on Muslims living in Western countries to commit lone wolf attacks and wage jihad against innocent civilians. “Do not ask for anyone’s advice and do not seek anyone's verdict. Kill the infidel (disbeliever), whether he
Arm Kurdistan to Defeat the Islamic State...ASAP!
Or would Obama rather hand the whole region to Iran?
The American people rightly want to know under what conditions and with what allies their sons and daughters will be sent to the Middle East again.
In Missouri, Public Schools Students Are Learning How to Handle Guns Safely
Ready, aim, fire. A new statewide program in Missouri has introduced an after-school lesson on gun safety for public school students. According to local ABC... Read More
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WARSAW — Quite suddenly, what Poland does and doesn’t do has become crucial to the United States and the Western alliance. As the next-door neighbor... Read More
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American companies are merging with foreign firms and relocating their headquarters to those foreign countries because our tax structure is uncompetitive. So what does the... Read More
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Last Friday, a troubled Army veteran jumped the White House fence and dashed across the lawn of the executive mansion, making it as far as the... Read More
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Ferguson, Six Weeks Later: The Picture Darkens
Nearly one and one-half months after the serious disorders, often described as riots, in the working class community of Ferguson, Missouri the plot has thickened in that community and nearby areas. This past week Officer Darren Wilson, the Ferguson patrolman in the eye of the storm, voluntarily test
Oscar Wilde once pointed out when youre losing an argument, you still have the viable option of throwing out some insults. But, hey, I still say the term stupid can be used with some degree of appropriateness.
"Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains." Jefferson's brutal verdict comes to mind in the fierce debate over inversions, those decisions by U.S. companies to buy foreign firms to move their headquart
<i>Every</i> American Homeowner Should Be Allowed to Shoot Intruders Dead
Apparently “Thank goodness nobody was hurt” is no longer sufficient as a reaction to public events.
Following the infiltration of the White House this weekend by 42-year-old Omar Gonzalez, Americans are taking sides on a variety of issues ranging from inadequate care for veterans to th
The important conversation that conservatives have been having in recent months about tax reform has been seen both by some participants in it and by some outside observers as involving a kind of choice between an emphasis on overall economic growth and an emphasis on tax relief for American famili
This week’s climate-change marches have brought out some colorful characters with pretty far-out views, among those being actress Emma Thompson, who likened the fight against fossil fuels to the fight against apartheid.
Thompson took the stage at London’s march on Sunday, urging the
How the Worm Crawls Into the Apple
You can put a fork in Silicon Valley. They are done. Jesse “King of Beers” Jackson has his talons in their tills and they have maybe, at best, 10 more years in which they will be a positive and innovative source of American technological advance. He informs us that ”Hi-tech giants
For most of the time since Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton were decided, even pro-abort liberals were of the opinion that abortion was a last resort. This culminated in Clinton’s famous promise to keep abortion “safe, legal, and rare.” That consensus is evaporating as pro-life force
On today's edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by CJ Ciaramella to discuss the abusive civil forfeiture process in Philadelphia, innocent victims whose property was seized and how the abusive actions benefit the DA and police.
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Last night the United States and the Coalition of the Useless launched the first round of airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria. It was a predominantly American affair but a handful of Arab states tagged along as window dressing: The attack was carried out using a mixture of warplanes dropping b