Yesterday the Obama administration delayed the construction of the Keystone Pipeline, once again. This time, the review period was extended, pushing back a potential decision until after the November elections.
In a new poll out yesterday we see that Americans are becoming less trusting of President Obama, and it seems there may be a new reason for many to worry about his honesty.
Beau Biden, the son of Vice President Joe Biden has announced he will run for Governor of Delaware. The race is two years away, but Beau made the announcement saying that he won’t be running for re-election as the state’s attorney general in November.
Last week, new developments were made in the case of the IRS-Tea Party scandal, but according to all of the network news channels, these were not important enough to be covered. IRS official Lois Lerner received a criminal referral from the House Ways and Means Committee and new emails surfaced, proving she fed tax information on a targeted group to Rep. Elijah Cummings.
Once again, it looks like the Democrats are painting the Republicans as the bad guys when they are truly the ones making the mistakes. You know how they keep pretending like it’s the Republicans who are anti-women and have waged a war on women?
Last night a woman threw a shoe at Hillary Clinton. The incident happened just moments after Hillary took the stage at an Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries meeting in Las Vegas.
In a not so surprising mistake, the latest ad from the Senate Majority PAC is missing a few things.
In one of the most liberal states in the country and one of the richest counties there, many of their poor population are facing troubles.
Former Vice President Cheney recently appeared at American University to give a speech to the student body.
The Supreme Court announced earlier today which cases they won’t be taking on this upcoming session. They have declined to take on the challenge to the NSA’s bulk collection of information about telephone calls.
A Republican candidate running for U.S. Senate in Georgia is being criticized by a fellow primary opponent for only having a high school degree. Candidate Karen Handel, who is the former secretary of state in Georgia, never graduated from college.
As Colorado considers allowing gay marriage, a new study has come out touting one major benefit for the state if they do.
During last night’s Kelly File, news was still trickling in from Ft. Hood. In what many people may consider a controversial move, Megyn Kelly and her team decided not to use the shooter’s name throughout the broadcast.
In a new plan discussed today, Governor Bobby Jindal outlined his alternative plan to Obamacare.
I always love new reports of how the government is spending taxpayer dollars, and this one just really makes me cringe.
After listening to the Laura Ingraham radio show earlier this week, perhaps President Obama better get his hunting gear ready.
Legislation has been introduced to try and deal with the NSA’s collection of personal information. And apparently President Obama is in support of ending the agency’s bulk collection and storage of phone records.
Nearly two years ago the Secret Service came under fire for agents misbehaving in a foreign country. We thought that was handled and would never happen again, but here we are again.
After September 11, 2001 many felt it was necessary to build a new World Trade Center, and this past year the spire was put in its place making the building 1,776 feet tall.
It will always be too soon, but Anthony Weiner is making his way back into the limelight. This time, Weiner will be taking on the role of columnist for Business Insider.