Daniel Doherty

Posted January 28, 2014

Serious question: Does he want to lose?

Posted January 28, 2014

Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) recently announced that he’s going to resign his U.S. Senate seat before his term expires.

Posted January 28, 2014

I watched the Netflix documentary “Mitt” last weekend.

Posted January 28, 2014

It’s National School Choice week.

Posted January 27, 2014

Rasmussen Reports has conducted its first study appraising who’s ahead in the 2014 U.S. senate race in North Carolina.

Posted January 27, 2014

Rep. Radel will resign later today, Politico reported this morning.

Posted January 25, 2014

Pope Francis, that’s who.

Posted January 24, 2014

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) will deliver the Republican Party’s response to the president’s State of the Union Address next week.

Posted January 24, 2014

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.

Posted January 23, 2014

This isn’t surprising.

Posted January 23, 2014

During the pregame show, that is.

Posted January 23, 2014

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.

Posted January 23, 2014

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.

Posted January 22, 2014

Some House Democrats believe Obamacare is fundamentally sound.

Posted January 22, 2014

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

Posted January 22, 2014

That was the official figure from 2013.

Posted January 21, 2014

The president’s past drug use is public knowledge