“Finger-pointing” between the White House and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is the “clearest indication” that Democrats are going to lose in the 2014 midterm elections, National Journal correspondent Ron Fournier said Tuesday.
On Monday’s &ldqu
Common sense - even in politics where it isn't so common - would dictate that once you get into a hole, you stop digging. But Wendy Davis has never been accused of having common sense in her political strategy, unless, of course, as I suspect, her candidacy is an elaborate prank pulled on the peopl
Even though Michele Bachmann hasn't been on the frontlines of foreign policy criticism of late, she has made herself ISIS's Congressional target numero uno. Apparently, ISIS recently released a video that featured the Congresswoman's voice but blurred out her image, probably because an unveiled wom
Yesterday, two Canadian soldiers were deliberately hit by a vehicle in St. Jean-sur-Richelieu, about 30 miles south of Montreal. One of the soldiers died while the other is expected to survive. The name of the deceased soldier has not been released at the request of his family.
Police pursued the d
Yesterday, I had a piece up on the upstart Kansas City Royals.
This notwithstanding, I am picking the Giants in five. The World Series MVP will be Giants second baseman Joe Panik.
I do hope Bruce Bochy finds a way to get Tim Lincecum into a game. In four years, he's gone from Cy Young to Sigh.
RNC Chairman: Can’t “Give Lip Service To The Base To Win A Primary” Then Ignore Them
RNC Chairman Reince Priebus says Republicans can't "give lip service to the base" then ignore their priorities should the Senate go the GOP's way.
John Oliver’s easy-breezy ‘How Is This Still a Thing’ segments partake in a broader desire to erase our cultural memories.
The Washington Free Beacon
Stand by Your Scab
A Tennessee UAW chapter defended the use of “scab” lists to out non-union members.
UAW Local 1853 President Tim Stannard published a defense of the union’s SCAB Report in the labor group’s newsletter following a Washington Free Beacon report.
Arkansas Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor argued that the federal government’s desegregation of Arkansas’s largest public school in 1957 was an “unwilling invasion” that took “a local problem out of the local authorities’ hands” and led to deep suspicions of democ
Poll: Leftists Intolerant of Conservatives, Nobody Trusts BuzzFeed
A new poll from Pew Research breaks down conservatism and leftism in the media – and comes up with a number of interesting results. As it turns out, leftists are far less tolerant that conservatives and implicitly trust government sources. The poll itself is composed of 16 percent consiste
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) has released a video claiming American-made weapons meant for air drop to Kurds in Syria were accidentally dropped to ISIS instead. The Daily Beast reports that the video was posted on YouTube with the title "Weapons and munitions dropped by American planes and
On Tuesday, Rwanda announced all visitors from United States and Spain will be screened for Ebola. The new system was implemented just a few days after a New Jersey school banned two students from Ebola-free Rwanda. “On October 19, the Rwandan Ministry of Health introduced new Ebola Virus Di
Greg Orman, the Independent who is running against Republican incumbent Pat Roberts in Kansas' U.S. Senate election, has made it clear that he is not tied to any party.
He is a man of principle whose votes in Congress will depend upon which way the wind is blowing.
"I think what I've sai
This is What You Get When You Reduce Everything to 'Activism'
Obama spends all his time doing politics, raising money and dividing people, and sensibly resting up on the golf course in between his exhausting fund-raising gigs. To hell with governing.
The military leaders of ISIS are following the same tactics used by Muhammad more than a thousand years ago
Report: Tens Of Thousands of Federal Employees on Extensive Paid Leave
Thousands of federal employees are being kept on paid leave for extended periods of time while they are investigated for wrongdoing, according to a new... Read More
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Legendary fashion designed Oscar de la Renta, famous for dressing first ladies ranging from Jackie Kennedy to Laura Bush, died last night at age 82.... Read More
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For doctors and nurses treating patients with Ebola, protecting themselves from direct contact with those infected is serious business. During her Fox News show “On... Read More
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President Obama has evolved on marriage. Again. After supporting marriage as the union of a man and a woman until just before the elections of... Read More
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Everyone has it wrong. Americans are frightened to death of the medical implications of Ebola- as well they should be. Ive never in my lifetime seen a disease that has infected and killed so many stock market crash.
Tavis Smiley raised a lot of eyebrows this weekend when he spoke on ABC-TVs This Week news show, hosted by George Stephanopoulos. Smiley pointed to double-digit unemployment in the Black community under President Obama and said: If youre Black or Brown, other than saving the Democrats hide, what ins
Sometimes there are nasty surprises, just as there are with earnings, and sometimes candidates blow past expectations set by flawed polling just as Apple beat estimates Monday. For the most part, though, two weeks out from voting, candidates know.
Paul Krugman Exposes Amazon Plot to Ship Right-Wing Books Faster
I will leave it to those with a masochistic bent to take up the economic arguments (“arguments”) in Paul Krugman’s column in today’s New York Times. Much more entertaining is Krugman’s paranoiac foray into outright conspiracy theory.
Here is Krugman’s opening li
Senator Kay Hagan (D., N.C.,) provided a clear sign that she is worried about the threat to her reelection posed by reports that her husband’s company, JDC Manufacturing, received a grant through the 2009 stimulus: Her campaign has released an ad trying to rebut the charge and attack her oppo
If you weren’t already ready to emigrate or join a militia, consider this: The same U.S. government that was willing to take to time to lean on conservative activist groups as to the content of their prayers has paid millions of dollars in Social Security benefits to Nazis. Not, “Oh, I
Let us get this straight: We were going to bomb Bashar Assad, but then decided at the last minute not to. But then we were going to help the Free Syrian Army. But then the administration did not, and later dismissed its forces as amateurs and a “fantasy.”
But then the administration ma
Chuck Hagel: the Army could maybe focus on coastal defense
One of the important things to understand about US military strength is that the size of the armed forces is one of the most intensively studied subjects in the US
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Specifically, the Surgeon General nomination. Why is Vivek Murthy's nomination stalled, again? Well, as Byron York reminds us it's primarily because Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Harry ReidSenate Democrat AverageSee Full Scorecard11% wants it
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Every once in a while you read something that is so stunning that at first you think you've misread it. Such an article ran yesterday in Foreign Policy Journal. The
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Via Allahpundit comes this incredible attack ad from MoveOn warning that if Republicans take the Senate, they'll use a dubious procedure known as "reconciliation" to pass bills through the Senate
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