The bombing at the Boston Marathon, the first large-scale attack on U.S. soil since Sept. 11, 2001, was clearly another terrorist attack. So why wasn't it labeled as such by President Obama in his first public remarks from the White House?
Next week, four months after terrorists killed four Americans in Benghazi, Libya, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will finally testify in congressional committees about what happened that day.
Our enemies will learn them. Will we?
If Election Day is about picking winners, the morning after is for post-mortems. That's when we slice open the losing campaigns, set aside the hundreds of millions of dollars that gush out, and pick apart the cause of death.
The mystery surrounding the 9/11 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi continues to deepen. One of the more recent revelations in the ever unfolding story about the attack involves the suspicious departure of General Carter Ham, commander of AFRICOM.
Blood is staining the globe. Not the blood of terrorists (enemies of America), but the blood of innocent Americans.
O'Reilly rips the media's coverage of the terrorist attack.
The definition of spin is to apply a slant or particular emphasis to information, as to persuade or deceive. President Barack Obama really has been pounding the pulpit the past few days, with the election right around the corner, with the help of his speechwriters. He sounds a lot like the Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
Charles Woods tells the White House, "You have the blood of an American hero on your hands."
He thinks the fact that "the government is a big operation" is a good excuse for lying to the American public.
Its ideology is not--and ideology matters.
Even though she herself admitted she was actually wrong...
Hillary Clinton declared while traveling in Peru -- weeks after the 9/11 attacks on our consulate in Benghazi -- that she was taking responsibility for the dreadful lack of security that cost the lives of our Ambassador to Libya and three others. But when a CBS reporter asked who'd given false information to U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to broadcast nationally via five different Sunday TV interviews, Hillary's answer was classic Clintonian: You'll have to ask her.
ABC News White House correspondent Jake Tapper questions the blaming of a terrorist attack on a video.
Is the media ignoring the story here?
Suddenly, the President's new clothes seem embarrassingly transparent. The contention relentlessly promoted by Team Obama, to the effect that the Commander-in-Chief's performance with respect to foreign policy and national security was simply unassailable, is being seen for what it is: an utter fraud.