Amanda Carpenter is the author of “The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy's Dossier on Hillary Clinton,” published by Regnery in October 2006. Carpenter is a former political reporter for Townhall.com during the 2008 election.
Amanda Carpenter has made numerous media appearances that include segments on the BBC, Fox News’ “Hannity & Colmes”, “The Big Story with John Gibson,” "The O'Reilly Factor," "Red Eye," and MSNBC’s “Tucker” and "Hardball."
Amanda Carpenter is a graduate of Ball State University, where she founded a hard-hitting conservative news website, bsyou.net, and won honors as a national debate champion.
The 3-judge panel overseeing the ongoing recount between Norm Coleman and Al Franken for Minnesota’s Senate seat made a ruling last week they may regret.
As Congress prepares to pass a $787 billion economic stimulus package, taxpayers in Minnesota are still short a U.S. Senator as the recount between GOP Sen. Norm Coleman and opponent Al Franken continues.
The same day President Obama appeared in Elkhart, Indiana to ramp up public support for his stimulus bill, nearly 300 people showed up at Indiana Rep. Mike Pence’s (R.) town hall to vent their opposition to the legislation.
Using words like “bipartisanship” and “compromise” President Obama may attempt a clever move to get controversial legislation passed to increase Big Labor’s control over the U.S. workforce.
An upbeat Sarah Palin congratulated her state for tightening its belt during their past years of prosperity and asked them to sacrifice a little more in the year ahead in her annual State of the State address Thursday evening.
Norm Coleman has found a day job to pay the bills until it’s determined he’ll be able to keep his U.S. Senate seat or not.
Michael Steele has given Townhall an exclusive copy of the online communications plan he’s pitching to RNC members.
Chicago Mayor Richard Daley has kicked hundreds of families out of their homes and relocated a cemetery full of buried bodies to build a $15 million airport expansion Chicago residents oppose, airlines don’t want and he doesn’t have the money to build.
Officials from Fox Business are suing the Federal Reserve, complaining about the Fed’s failure to comply with the network’s Freedom of Information Requests.
GOP Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Democratic Secretary of State Mark Ritchie rebuffed Al Franken’s demands for an election certificate, citing state law against acting on the request.
The 1200-page, pork-laden, $10 billion proposal locks up millions of acres of energy-rich property by designating it an environmentalist-friendly “federal wilderness” area where not even as much as a bicycle would be permitted to travel across the land.
In the six-way race for Republican National Committee Chairman every candidate has earned some kind of short-hand description.
Democratic leadership announced that the disgraced Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s nod for Roland Burris to Barack Obama’s vacated Senate seat will be approved despite worries about the “tainted” nature of the appointment.
House Democrats will hold a hearing on President-elect Barack Obama’s $1 trillion spending plan where no dissenting opinions are going to be permitted Wednesday, previewing a long year ahead for the newly silenced minority.
Norm Coleman’s legal team started batting down the hatches for a long, legal battle hours after the Minnesota State Canvassing Board declared Democratic comedian-turned-candidate Al Franken the winner of a contentious recount by 225 votes.
The current Republican National Committee Chairman defended his losing record in the 2008 presidential election and promised RNC members that if they would re-elect him to the post that he would bring “change” to the GOP.
Norm Coleman doesn’t want anyone to get too worried about the lead Al Franken has over him right now in the contentious recount for Minnesota’s Senate seat.
Two of the top candidates to become Chair of the Republican National Committee are offering competing blueprints explaining plans to lead the GOP.
Members of President-Elect Barack Obama’s transition team deny engaging in any wrongful conversations about the appointment of Obama’s vacated Senate seat with disgraced Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.
Big Three automakers say if the U.S. government doesn’t hand over $34 billion tax dollars to their companies the U.S. economy will almost certainly collapse.