Are Americans so increasingly tired of partisan politics that they’re eschewing labels and declaring themselves independents?
The city of Chicago of known to have some of the toughest gun controls laws in the country.
A bizarre update to my item from yesterday.
On Fox News Sunday Mitt Romney was pressed by host Chris Wallace to speak out about comments made against his infant grandson, Keirnan -- who was inexplicably mocked by anchor Melissa Harris-Perry and other panelists on MSNBC last week.
Behold, columnist George F. Will on Fox News Sunday...
On Monday, Dennis Rodman and his basketball entourage traveled to the DPRK.
There’s always been a social stigma attached to smoking cannabis, right?
The president’s average monthly approval rating dropped 11 points over the course of 2013.
This report is unsubstantiated, of course, but if proven true it would confirm what everyone already knows -- namely, Kim Jong Un is a depraved lunatic who’s paranoia and fear of usurpation is rising to Stalin-esque proportions
Since there’s not much happening in American politics this week, let’s look at what’s going on north of our borders, shall we?
It is rare that a communication out of the Roman Catholic Church can be described as both shocking and completely unexpected, but the announcement that Pope Benedict XVI was officially resigning as Bishop of Rome–effective immediately on February 28, 2013, was exactly that.
Questions about man’s existence and where he came from have been debated for centuries.
Do you agree? I’m not sure I do.
…the war in Afghanistan?
The city formerly known as Stalingrad suffered two presumed terrorist attacks in a twenty-four hour period.
Answer: Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, respectively...
Generally speaking, they didn’t think too highly of them.
What would you do with $40 million? Would you give it all away to charity? Because that’s exactly what this guy is doing.
Speaking from the Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House today, President Obama delivered some brief remarks at his final press conference of the year before departing for the Hawaiian Islands for a two week vacation.