It's not all good news.
Handpicked for your enjoyment, here are the top five political cartoons of the day!
Hillary Clinton is running for president, but based on the extent of her engagement, you'd never know it. Sure, she sends out a tweet here and there, but there are no interviews, no press conferences -- nothing. So, why is she hiding? Salem radio host Hugh Hewitt and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus weigh in.
A multitude of the 2014 midterm election winners had one thing in commonthey were pro-life.
The Friday Filibuster: The one-stop-shop for everything you need to know about this week in politics.
Mike Gallagher weighs in.
Sarah Palin will be there.
Why do Asian-Americans vote blue?
Townhall: Fully loaded.
Radical feminists have hijacked the movement for far too long. Its time to take it back.
In November 70 percent of Washington D.C. residents voted to approve recreational marijuana in the nation's capital.
Townhall's Katie Pavlich explains how more Americans than ever are exercising their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
The American Conservative Union has confirmed Rick Santorum as a speaker at this year's Conservative Political Action Conference.
Flemming Rose, editor at a Danish newspaper which published 12 cartoons of Mohammad in 2005, discusses the importance of not giving into fear.
Townhall Media, a national leader in conservative news, announced today that former Townhall Magazine editor, Conn Carroll, will be assuming the role of White House Correspondent at the onset of 2015. Carroll is the first to occupy the position for the new media company and will be reporting for Townhall.com and other properties in the Townhall Media portfolio.
Townhall's Cortney O'Brien explains how 2015 is a winning year for life.
Big Government gone wrong.