The mainstream and progressive media were eager to offer the usual politically correct platitudes and evasions of the obvious.
An extensive report shows how U.S. law enforcement missteps and dangerous policies keep getting people killed.
Hillary steps in to help Hagan, while Tillis gets GOP support in his bid to oust the incumbent.
You can have a great, regret-free wedding without sacrificing yourself to the Wedding Idol. Here's how.
Screenshots of his Facebook page with Islamic imagery.
Argues law must keep up with new technologies to let government intercept and monitor communications.
Doctors Without Borders volunteer was bowling, taking subway yesterday; Obama was meeting with Ebola czar.
CNN reports suspect's Facebook page has "links to extremism."
State chairman talks to PJM about Gardner's Senate race, the future of the party and listening to an electorate that likes bipartisanship.
Police say that he acted alone.
Two Canadians in uniform have been murdered by Muslim converts since Monday. Up here, reaction ranges from raging fury to smug satisfaction.
Holder doesn't want the American people to know the facts.
Dem Congressman: ‘Everybody’s Hair on Fire’ That ‘Somehow the Muslim Hordes are Going to Come Get Us’
"There's no evidence for that," McDermott says in wake of Canada attacks.
In latest magazine, ISIS encouraged killing an "American or European – especially the spiteful and filthy French – or an Australian, or a Canadian." UPDATE: Jihadi account tweets photo
Multiple gunmen reported.
Says parents need to talk to kids and tell them "they are not at risk." MORE: Lawmakers say new travel restrictions don't go far enough
What makes your list of ideas preventing you from succeeding?
Despite U.S. trying to develop "alternative livelihoods" for Afghan farmers, opium is winning big.
How many ways has the party waged war on masculinity?
CNN pulls the plug on FanGate sequel before Crist faces off with Gov. Rick Scott tonight.
The decade following Walt's death saw a drop in creativity.
A document dump attempts to create an impression of scandal around Scott Walker, though none exists.
Besides the fact that he mentions me. Twice.
The triumph of common sense over political correctness.
No members of Congress seen at USO gala.
When ordinary citizens are the criminals.
"I don't think, as a commander, we can afford the luxury of believing perhaps they haven't gotten there."
American Academy of Family Physicians members note many patients who had private insurance are now covered under Obamacare or Medicaid.
Each security protocol was knowingly inadequate.
Again, Islam’s "good cop/bad cop" routine successfully interrogates the West.
The novel takes a frank look at what human nature has done to the world — empowering the most venal, and cowing the masses into quivering inertia by establishing centralized, all-controlling governments staffed by self-loathing idiots. Who can argue with that thesis?
Took down the terrorist.
Enough with the low expectations. At the very least, demand your State Department act human. (Also read: “Immoral: State Dept. Urges ‘All Sides to Maintain Calm’ After Hamas Murders Baby”)
This latest incident in Ottawa is a painful reminder: we must never, ever call this epidemic by its real name. That would be a fatal mistake.
You don’t need to be a genius to know that Democrats are worried about the midterm elections.
The Obama administration’s practice of denying that terrorist attacks are terrorist attacks has been profoundly foolish.
Two questions for those who can speak such a thing without shame.
Obama speaks: "Obviously, the situation there is tragic. We don't yet have all the information about what motivated the shooting."
Is it too much to ask him to keep his lips to himself at a time like this?
Search for other gunmen continues.
Lawlessness and racism, unleashed by Colorado's vulnerable "vote-by-mail" system.
"You’ve got Wall Street criminals walking free, sipping tea at the White House," he tells D.C. audience.
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Former CNN anchor says legal efforts needed to overturn policies that make it nearly impossible to fire incompetent teachers.
+1 for the big guy.