Have there been casualties in the administration's secret war?
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To watch the news today, it’s as if there never was a trial clearing George Zimmerman.
Col. West on the media spectacle surrounding George Zimmerman's trial
The most powerful man on Earth wants history to think him a victim, and wants it on record from his own words.
Cash-strapped, the country requires outside help.
"Top-level leadership must take responsibility for nearly running the organization into ruin."
Liberals keep referring to George Zimmerman as white. Some even call him a “white hispanic.” Alfonzo Rachel asks why libs have such a hard time accepting Zimmerman’s latino heritage. Could liberal bias against Zimmerman be further proof of pervasive racism? Hear what Zo thinks.
What happens if government gets so smart, it becomes self-aware — like Skynet?
Teachers, perhaps more than anyone else, should recognize the intractable fact of inequality.
Bill Whittle examines the death of Trayvon Martin and trial of George Zimmerman. Is the acquittal of Zimmerman one of the great civil rights injustices of our time? Find out.
Diane Black talks to PJM: “If you can’t verify the various criteria that’s been set up by the law, how can you enact the law?"
GAO found 35 instances worth roughly $66 million in which contracts overlapped with activities conducted elsewhere within DHS.
Chairmen demand additional information regarding internal discussions about the status of Tea Party groups.
Since when is 6.5 percent unemployment two years from now a tolerable target?
Even Patriot Act's author warns national security officials “you’re going to lose it entirely” unless some of the practices are reined in. More: Secret Court that Swears It Isn’t a Rubber Stamp Renews NSA Telephone Snooping Program
The police use roaming thugs as muscle; judges openly flout orders of higher courts.
Thoughts on the racial divide in America and what keeps us apart. More: Bill Cosby Agrees with the Zimmerman Verdict
The generals’ coup in Egypt has proven conclusively that the old, nationalist regimes are not finished yet.
The self-love that dare not speak its name.
State Dept. Responds to Benghazi Attack by Sinking ‘Huge Amount’ Into Security in Netherlands, Norway
House committee also postpones hearing with one of the State Department scapegoats until September.
Fed chairman defends policy to lawmakers, says country "can attain an unemployment rate near 5 percent."
Regulators about to roll out new rules, but some lawmakers want a boot on the neck of Wall Street even more.
Admiral argues to skeptical lawmakers that the intercept tests "all the way up to the point of failure did everything they needed to do."