Vice President Joe Biden went into full-on John McRINO mode in his bid to shore up the reelection campaign of embattled North Carolina Democratic Senator Kay Hagan Friday, telling donors at a fundraising event the Nation needs a Republican Party that’s emancipated itself from the influence of unwavering Tea Party conservatism. Biden’s hope for the […]
The New York Times went there yesterday, drawing a facile comparison between President Barack Obama’s handling of the Obamacare rollout with the way his predecessor, George W. Bush, dealt with the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. How is Obama’s egg-on-face bungling of his own pet law anything like Bush’s response to an act of […]
The late Representative Bill Young told FOX News last summer that the terrorists who attacked the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012, had details about the compound that included the location of the compound’s safe room. “He confirmed this — that it was a very well orchestrated, and well organized, almost a […]
WASHINGTON (UPI) — Sixty-one percent of Americans say President John F. Kennedy’s death was the product of a conspiracy, a poll indicates. The percentage is the lowest in the nearly 50 years since the killing, Gallup reported. In 1976, 81 percent of Americans said they believe in a conspiracy theory, despite the Warren Commission investigation […]
President Barack Obama scrambled this week to clean up the mess that is Obamacare. And even though Thanksgiving is almost two weeks away, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas — and not just for the GOP.
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
Texas voters went to the polls on Nov. 5 to approve nine amendments to the State constitution, and voter turnout trounced that of a similar series of measures that came before voters in 2011. The Nov. 5 election marked the State’s first referendum in which a new voter ID law was enforced.
The Government Accountability Office released a report Wednesday that concludes the Transportation Security Administration should curb its policy of profiling air passengers’ behavior as a means of discovering potential terror threats, because the practice just isn’t working.
Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) has positioned herself as one of the primary Congressional defenders of the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs following recent controversy, and she has even penned a “reform” bill that codifies the spy agency’s powers.
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