Glamorizing a terrorist? Your turn to weigh in.
"This administration cannot be trusted to deliver on its promises to secure the border and enforce laws as part of a single, massive bill."
McConnell says "a high level of collegiality on a bipartisan basis was achieved" after late-night understanding session — but will it last?
Textbook, but it appears most haven't read the textbook.
The verdict is in. What's your opinion?
I was reminded of a chapter from my past when the George Zimmerman-Trayvon Martin controversy exploded into national awareness.
The claim that Obama’s nominees are being treated unfairly “is essentially at odds with reality,” McConnell said.
The apparatus of a state is integral to Jewish values.
Egyptian general reportedly had to explain to State Department's Burns why the Muslim Brotherhood was bad and leading the country on the road to ruin.
No intellectually honest protester — or jury — could have convicted. Challenge the mob's assertions with this summary.
We may always be plagued by the race card; the unscrupulous will always identify its power.
Snowden revelations complicated negotiations that were complicated to begin with.
Blunt holding up Gina McCarthy's nod after Vitter lifted his filibuster threat.
And thank God for that.
“Shamefully, veterans who served our country return from deployment and too often struggle to find a job or a place to call home."
"It’s going to inhibit our ability to understand nuclear activity in North Korea, what’s going on in Syria" and more.
Scandal resurfaces as a Mexican police chief and his bodyguard fall victim to a gun from the ATF operation.
Obama should “delay the whole thing permanently.”
Between their 2016-style addresses, Rendell says "Republicans have to get out of this idea that it's evil to raise revenue."
Also, Judge Nelson references case law that appears to contradict her, and a dummy takes a beating.
A Democrat derailment so big, it takes the Trifecta crew three videos to chart all of the Irwin Allen-sized wreckage.
Progressives seem incapable of judging policies by anything other than their aspirations.
Debunking the misleading "study" gathering steam with Second Amendment restrictionists.
Administration says the pact is about national security, but the Emirates called the shots in a way that could seriously wound U.S. airlines and jobs.
Rep. King tells PJM "the bill itself right now will not be satisfactory to a majority of Republicans."