Mariela Castro, Cuban president Raul Castro's daughter and a member of parliament, scoffed at the idea that Cuba would return to capitalism in the wake of the two countries' newly restored relations.
More than two-thirds of the students approached backed the movement.
So much for spreading Christmas cheer.
President Barack Obama signed the 1,603 page Omnibus Appropriations Bill on Tuesday.
All I want for Christmas is you to sign up for health care on Healthcare.gov.
Journalist and editor Mark Will-Weber talks to Townhall Magazine about his new book, Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt: The Complete History of Presidential Drinking.
Comedian Stephen Colbert brought President Obama on his show this week for some serious smack talk.
Several news outlets seeking to vet the Democratic Partys most prominent presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, have encountered some difficulties.
Feminist icon Sandra Fluke, who recently failed to gain a seat in the California State Senate, took Twitter today to show the world just how bad she is at making analogies.
Twenty states have now joined Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott (R) in a federal lawsuit to challenge President Obama's executive immigration overhaul.
Seventy-three years ago today, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor killing more than 2,000 Americans and plunging the United States into World War II.
President Obama announced former Pentagon official Ashton Carter as his nomination to replace recently resigned Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
President Obamas executive action on immigration has sparked lawmakers on Capitol Hill to question the overhauls potential negative impact on border security.
From Cabelas to Wal-Mart guns will be on sale everywhere on Black Friday.
Heard on the Hill
Only 14 percent claim they have been helped by Obamacare, while more than twice as many (35 percent) say they have been hurt by it, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll release Monday.
"Wait a minute, don't you have to go through Congress at some point?" asks the student. "Oh, that's adorable, the executive order smirks, you think that's still how Congress works?"
Just when you thought no one could possibly be worse than Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.), you remember there is always Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).