Testifying in front of a House Oversight Committee hearing Thursday on Capitol Hill, retired Air Force Brigadier General Robert Lovell said the military should have and could have done more to help Americans who were killed in Benghazi on September 11, 2012.
More than a year ago I ?wrote a column responding to NBC sportscaster Bob Costas' anti-gun halftime rant in which he lumped everyone into one American gun culture.
New numbers show the GDP took a nose dive in the past quarter going from 2.5 percent to just 0.1 percent, prompting analysis that America could be headed for a double dip recession.
Just a few short weeks ago we heard President Obama tout eight million Obamcare "enrollees" shortly after former Health and Human Service Secretary Kathleen Sebelius offered her resignation.
Now her attorney, William W. Taylor III, is asking for the opportunity to defend her in front of Congress before the vote is taken. Taylor is arguing it would be unfair and "un-American" to hold Lerner in contempt.
Last night Texas Senator Ted Cruz took to the Senate floor to call for Secretary of State John Kerry's resignation over his closed door comments about Israel becoming an "apartheid" state if the Jewish State doesn't come to a two-state solution with the Palestinians.
In case you missed it yesterday, the Daily Beast's Josh Rogin reported on comments made by Secretary of State John Kerry saying that if Israel doesn't come to a two-state agreement with the Palestinians, it will become ?an apartheid state.
polar bears in Alaska are facing a major problem: too much ice.
Nearly three months ago, the notoriously liberal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a concealed carry ban in Orange County, California.
Just last week peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians fell apart once again after President Mahmoud Abbas' ongoing connection to the terror group Hamas suggests he doesn't believe Israel has the right to exist.
Last week Michael Bloomberg launched his latest $50 million gun control effort under the new name Everytown.
The 2014 National Rifle Association Annual Meetings have arrived. Over the next three days, 80,000 people will walk through nine acres of guns and gear.
House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa and sixteen Committee members are demanding answers from Attorney General Eric Holder after it was revealed last week through a series of emails former IRS official Lois Lerner was in contact with the Director of the Election Crimes Branch of the Department of Justice Public Integrity Section Richard Pilger about prosecuting tax exempt groups.
An incinerator in Oregon has been ordered to stop burning medical waste to power homes after it was discovered aborted babies from Canada were part of materials being used for energy.
Three American doctors were killed early Thursday morning at a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan by an Afghan security officer according to the U.S. Embassy.
A new poll from Rasmussen Reports shows 61 percent of Americans support the approval of Keystone, a new high.
All gun sales in Chicago are already banned, yet the Superintendent of Police Garry McCarthy is still blaming a lack of gun control for the violence.
Earlier this week the ?Los Angeles Times ran a story about 50 and 60-year-old adults being forced to move back in with their parents in order to survive Obama's economy.
Government watchdog Judicial Watch announced a lawsuit Tuesday morning against the Department of Health and Human Services after officials failed to comply with a November 8, 2013 Freedom of Information Act Request about Obamacare navigators.
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