A surprising speech, the humanizing of someone other than Romney, and really redundant gaffes all make the cut.
When innocuous platitudes substitute for serious proposals to reform NASA and jump start private space ventures.
Nothing to see here but the media.
Not satire: if too many minority students are getting detentions, the Justice Department may come knocking.
Steve drunk-blogs the nomination of Mitt Romney.
Scott Walker’s undeniable success supports the GOP vision for the country.
On the ground, their behavior is pure Alinsky.
Congressman Darrell Issa announces that charges could be filed soon.
Radio host Michael Medved joins Roger L. Simon to bring you an update from the Republican National Convention.
The Weather Channel is simply the latest media outlet to agree to a Faustian bargain with the Castro regime.
How can Romney target the swell of ex-leftists not yet comfortable changing orientation?
The new plan for halting “green on blue” attacks blames the U.S. victims.
How poor must your grasp of conservatism be to think Gore Vidal and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad adherents?
Opposition by Ron Paul supporters to rules regarding delegate selection threaten to mar Romney's coronation.
An L.A. television station's inflammatory reporting has brought forth a new star into the victimhood cosmos.
But didn't know to ask Frank J. Fleming for the answers.
My unforgettable interaction with with four individuals sent to Tampa by the Pennsylvania Working Families, a front group for ACORN.
Check back here with Brendan Loy often for the latest on the threat Isaac poses to Florida and the Gulf Coast.
The latest polls from Missouri show slippage by Romney and a disaster for Akin.
The number of bystanders hit by police gunfire in this week's Empire State shooting suggest that NYPD officers should be armed with Tasers instead of handguns.
At National Geographic headquarters, a wildly popular exhibit tells children of a glorious Islamic past that never was.
A predictable fate for the false prophet of "openness."
Akin, economy, war on women, Big Tent — a sampling of what both parties are thinking going into these critical next two weeks.
Poliwood is disappointed by the recent Fox News approach to the news, and believe that there are big, noticeable changes in its coverage. So why do Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd continue to watch the cable news network? Find out on this episode of Poliwood.