The left hates anyone who rejects their philosophy of dependence on the government. But it saves its worst vitriol for a black American who rejects their paternalistic solutions. Remember how vicious the attacks were on Clarence Thomas, when that “uppity” black was nominated for a position on the Supreme Court?
The leading candidate for speaker went on national TV last week and tried to take credit for Hillary Clinton’s falling poll numbers. The Clinton campaign seized on his comments for its first national television commercial.
Why would the U.S. want to deport Christian refugees from the Middle East who managed to make it to this country? That is what is happening to a group of 20 people who fled the Islamic State in Iraq and made it to the United States.
Instead of always seeking a compromise that’s acceptable to Democrats, it’s high time for the Republicans to use their majorities in both the House and the Senate to pass bills that deliver on the promises they made to us.
To say that a lot of conservative lawmakers have been disenchanted with John Boehner’s leadership in the House would be an understatement.
Good for Ben Carson! He’s not backing down an inch over his comments about not wanting to see a Muslim as president of this country — unless that person were willing to put the U.S. Constitution above Islam’s Sharia law.
The Republicans have won solid majorities in both the House and the Senate. This means they should be able to pass any legislation they want, right? Wrong.
Just how unpopular is the Obama administration’s deal with Iran? Very. A Pew Research poll released last week found that twice as many Americans disapproved of it as approved.
The Syrian refugee crisis is absolutely horrific. And the blame can be laid squarely at the feet of President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
By the standard that a federal judge in Kentucky has used to imprison Kim Davis for almost a week, President Barack Obama should now be behind bars. He has been just as guilty of willfully refusing to obey the law.
It will be more than “a bit of an embarrassment” if Congress nixes the Iran agreement. Unfortunately, that is unlikely to happen because of the way Barack Obama rigged the deal.
The neocon columnists are getting very worried by Donald Trump’s appeal — as well they should be. The more he’s attacked, the higher he climbs in the polls.
Hillary’s Clinton’s campaign strategy now is to switch the focus from the stupid things she did as secretary of state to the stupid things she says as a candidate.
Is Donald Trump trying to become the Don Rickles of presidential candidates? That is, someone who likes to entertain the audience by attacking his friends?
The political pundits are all agog over the latest rumor sweeping Washington: that Vice President Joe Biden will enter the presidential race and that Sen. Elizabeth Warren will become his running mate.
Pundits who have been demanding that Donald Trump add some specific policies to his comments about immigration just got their wish. And I’ll bet a lot of them wish they hadn’t pushed him to do so.
There is something seriously wrong in the Hillary Clinton candidacy. What’s wrong, of course, is that a huge number of people simply don’t believe her.
Barack Obama has shown repeatedly that he will denounce his domestic political opponents far more harshly than he will ever treat our foreign opponents. But in a speech last week, he set a new low, even for him.
So how much have Donald Trump’s attacks on Fox News and its debate co-host Megyn Kelly cost him in the polls? According to the latest numbers from NBC News, they’ve cost him not a bit.
Will any of the other nine guys on stage with Donald Trump tonight be able to knock him from the top spot in the polls? They’d better not count on hoping Trump will self-destruct tonight.
Conservatives were excited in November when Republicans won a majority in the Senate and expanded their majority in the House? “We’ve finally got the votes to get things passed!” was the jubilant cry. We were wrong.
Forget about the fireworks on the campaign trail. This past week, things were more incendiary — and more interesting — in Washington, D.C.
Last week was a bad week for the Democratic front-runner. Polls showed Hillary Clinton trailing possible Republican challengers in three key states, surveys revealed voters just don’t trust her and the email scandal deepened.