The ultra “progressive” leaders of Seattle seem determined to prove that “I’m from the government and I’m here to help you” truly does deserve to rank as the biggest lie of all time.
It’s always nice when a little joke on my Twitter feed sets off alarm bells (I don’t care if I upset Twitter trolls; I consider it a public service to distract them so they don’t leave their parents’ basements and do something genuinely harmful to themselves or others.)
Having a national conversation over whether waterboarding is torture seems like déjà vu all over again.
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Today's Commentary: Senate Judiciary Committee addresses Comey "contradictions"-- Mark Harris wins -- Circumventing the Electoral College -- Finding Peter -- Political correctness destroys the Boy Scouts -- Evening Edition - May 10 - Daily Proverb
It’s smart to remain skeptical of any denuclearization promises by North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un. But even the biggest skeptics have to admit that if this is just theater, it’s a pretty convincing production so far.
On April 26 of this year, former FBI Director James Comey told FOX News’ Bret Baier that he did not believe and had not said to lawmakers that the two FBI agents who had interviewed former national security advisor Michael Flynn didn’t think he intentionally lied.
In all the analysis of Tuesday’s Senate primary races, one interesting development got overlooked: in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional district, former megachurch pastor Mark Harris defeated incumbent Rep. Robert Pittenger for the Republican nomination.
In case you missed it, Sarah also posted a must-see photo of one of the world’s greatest grandchildren for Mother’s Day on her White House Press Secretary’s Twitter feed. Naturally, she got attacked by the Twitter Troll Patrol...
It’s become painfully obvious that the “progressive,” PC, “social justice warrior” left ruins everything it touches, from sex to the NFL to late night comedy.
Today's Commentary: MSNBC's Nicole Wallace talks about wringing Sarah Sanders' neck-- The rest of the story -- "Huckabee" preview -- CNN and MSNBC give tens of millions in free publicity for porn star's lawyer -- Tim Allen returns -- Evening Edition - May 10
Irving, Texas city council trips through the two-step...
The Justice Department once again refused to share information with CIA and FBI overseers on the House Intelligence Committee about a source for alleged information on Russia that they did share with Robert Mueller.
Naturally, this is one more manifestation of the Trump Derangement Syndrome...
Suppose you were a member of, say, the House Intelligence Committee...
Today's Commentary: FBI and DOJ: Enough with the redactions, already!-- "Blue wave" more of a puddle -- Treating babies like adults -- Positive news coverage -- Congress and Justice Department fight about access and security -- Evening Edition - May 10
That all really did happen in the 1st century...
Today's Commentary: Trump secures prisoner release-- About those Michael Cohen payments -- Amazon Smile -- Trump delivers on promise to pull out of Iran deal -- Mueller has "the right stuff" to evade the Constitution -- Evening Edition - May 9
After a long, agonizing wait (especially agonizing for cable news reporters who had to fill many hours with nothing to say while waiting for it), a plane touched down around 2 a.m. at Andrews Air Force base outside Washington, D.C., carrying Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and three Korean-Americans who had been held captive in North Korea.
To me, the most interesting news thus far stems from a dumb mistake made by porn star Stormy Daniels’ lawyer and CNN’s latest full-time on-air personality, Michael Avenatti.
Tuesday, primary elections were held in Indiana, Ohio and West Virginia.