It's hard to believe that Trump is serious about becoming president if he thinks there are still questions about Obama's birthplace.
The suspected terrorist who was the object of their pat down? A six-year-old little girl who cried after her humiliating and frightening ordeal.
Will Muslim unrest shake the Iranian regime at its core?
Using his predecessor as a foil for his failures might trap the president, as polls show he is beginning to suffer by comparison.
High-level source concedes DOJ let off CAIR co-founders and others for political reasons.
From vicious anti-Semitic cartoons to worse.
The language and actions of the Iranian government strongly indicate it is preparing for war in Bahrain.
They're blowing themselves up with debt.
New information offers more proof that the Iranian regime is truly messianic and intent on destroying the West and bringing about the reappearance of the 12th Imam.
The president's credibility with Latino voters on this and other issues is at low ebb.
IDF soldiers share the challenges they face on and off the battlefield.
New information regarding the Iranian airplane that was forced to land last month in Turkey should confirm suspicion of international covert operations inside the regime.
It was L.A.'s gang culture that killed trendy Westwood Village when a 27-year-old was shot in 1988. Will a recent brutal attack kill a legendary L.A. stadium too?
Whose idea was it to start with a number ($100B) rather than programs?
The host of the popular TV show The Way of the Master inexplicably praises the Libyan dictator.
The Social Security trust fund is fictional, nothing more than a collection of IOUs from the government to itself.
Leslie Dach, former senior aide to Al Gore, was the impetus behind Wal-Mart's failed shift to "green," upscale items that fit the progressive agenda for what Americans should be buying.
Ahmadinejad fires his chief of staff, Iraq's Grand Ayatollah Sistani calls the film "very worrisome," and the filmmakers claim they prescreened the movie for Ahmadinejad and Khamenei before release.
Our society closes off-shore drilling, eschews nuclear power, yet imagines that mankind's machines will never stop. (The conclusion to Balch's essay; click here for part I.)
Rudyard Kipling's poem is due for a renaissance.