Pope Francis, that’s who.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will deliver the Republican Party’s response to the president’s State of the Union Address next week.
One frustrating aspect of American political life is that most Americans, especially today, loathe Washington lawmakers in general yet consistently re-elect their own. Therefore, the “culture in Washington” never actually changes because most members are safely re-elected.
This isn’t surprising.
During the pregame show, that is.
Gregory Hicks is a Benghazi whistleblower who was bullied by the Obama administration and effectively “punished” when he tried to tell the truth about what happened on-the-ground in Benghazi, Libya on 9/11/12.
During the Special Report broadcast last night, Fox News contributor Brit Hume offered up some thoughts on 41st anniversary of Roe vs. Wade and the decades-old abortion debate in this country.
Some House Democrats believe Obamacare is fundamentally sound.
That’s not to say it was a good year for him by any stretch of the imagination vis-à-vis his job approval ratings
That was the official figure from 2013.
In what universe?
The president’s past drug use is public knowledge
For years this type of a contingency plan had been a non-starter.
No doubt it’s been a rocky couple of weeks for the governor of New Jersey.
The president has a new theory as to why he’s not as popular as he once was: racism.
Concerns over the security and functionality of the exchanges aside, the president’s health care law is directly and solely responsible for the loss of 1,000 jobs in West Michigan...
This comparison is heinous for so many reasons.
Sen. Harry Reid’s pronouncement that the Iraq War was “lost” in 2007 resurfaced recently when Robert Gates called the comment “disgraceful” on national television during a segment promoting his new memoir.
It’s hard to run for -- let alone win -- the American presidency if your own mother’s not on board, right?
Yes, it is
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