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"I'm feeling love here that I haven't felt for some time, and where was all this affection for the last six years?" attorney general quips.
"Your tax dollars may kick in for the cost of their hairstylists, makeup artists and wardrobe consultants."
Republicans, having a long history of learning to be careful what they wish for, now have Mitch McConnell idling in the parking lot and preparing to put the new Senate majority in gear.
He nominates the former CEO of the Soros-funded attack dog to help … administer elections.
Are the polls accurate?
Land mocked for frequently mentioning in interview that she's a mom with kids.
The issue that could revive his longshot campaign? (For complete 2014 midterm coverage, get your campaign fix on The Grid.)
The latest incident at Fort Hood has reanimated the gun control debate, but this time, anti-freedom advocates have a unique handicap.
From domestically disastrous to internationally dangerous.
Preserving and expanding the government's (and their) power.
Obama’s deal with Iran is only one action in a concerted campaign to fatally weaken Israel.
An old liberal Democrat on why the American people must take to the voting booth in concerted and open outrage.
We learn ATF employed the same crime-facilitating strategy behind Fast and Furious with illegal smokes.
Conservatives tie administration's credibility to scandals and spar with Kerry, while Hagel ties chemical weapons to Moscow.
It's their "friends" Barack Obama and others on the left.
There’s no “I” in GOP. At least not yet officially…
What happens if government gets so smart, it becomes self-aware — like Skynet?
Scandal resurfaces as a Mexican police chief and his bodyguard fall victim to a gun from the ATF operation.
He kept the divorce private when it could have been election year fodder.
Obama's incessant scandals and disregard of individual liberty are reminders that we've forgotten the purpose of the Declaration of Independence.