The President’s spokesperson (full disclosure: we’re related) had to give a remedial lesson yesterday to CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta on the difference between an “honest mistake” and the big, steaming piles of baloney
Today's Commentary: Premature fits of glee -- Ahab's hunt for the Great White Russian -- Rubber-necking at a car wreck -- Feeling holiday strain-- Forgetting the Clintons -- Evidence of Russian collusion -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
On the heels of a story about a pro-life protester getting punched in the face near a Planned Parenthood clinic, we now have pro-life posters being torn down in a designated “free speech” area (ha) on the University of Florida campus.
Today's Commentary: Growing distrust of FBI and special counsel -- Biggest news today -- Supreme Court weighs in on travel ban -- Violating the Logan Act?-- The Arkansas Senate race -- The worst bill in history
Before the week is up, just about everyone will know how to pronounce the name “Peter Strzok,” because it seems that over and over, almost hour by hour, that unusual name appears in the news, with one more drip-drip of information attached to it.
Today's Commentary: Covering up sin with taxpayer money -- Democrats: Hey look over here America -- Standard Operating Procedure -- Dogs, cats and parrots-- The Arkansas Senate race -- Defining sexual harassment -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
I was raised in the South, where my parents taught me never to call people unfair names or to jump to unsupported negative conclusions. Where I’m from, the most cutting thing you usually say about someone is, “Bless his heart.”
Today's Commentary: The Kate Steinle verdict -- John McCain's vote -- Alabama Senate race update -- Funding NASA-- Giving his paycheck -- Defining sexual harassment -- Additional Mike Huckabee commentaries
Facing an exodus of fans that’s left football stadium crowds looking like the turnout at a Martin O’Malley for President fundraiser, the NFL is reportedly desperate enough to offer players $89 million to stand up
Here’s more from the file of Completely Unsurprising News: Hillary Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, and a longtime Clinton crony, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, are being sued by a group of Chinese investors for allegedly running an influence-peddling scheme involving green cards.