The president has never demonstrated a serious commitment to reality, but in his commencement address on Wednesday he outdid himself. Here are his most egregious statements.
Harry Reid's trick to gut a House bill and replace it with the ACA could be judged by Supreme Court.
"If China remains a dictatorship it could be even more bloody than the 20th century," warns one of Tiananmen's most wanted.
One senator, though, argues that mandating instead of empowering would kill jobs.
Trifecta thinks reports of the Tea Party’s demise are greatly exaggerated. Hear why as the gang explains how the reportedly dead Tea Party stands to make gains in Texas.
Congress should “focus on good science, rather than politically correct science," says committee leader.
Tom Foley wants another crack at Dem Gov. Dan Malloy.
The “environmentalists lost” pronouncement illustrates just how oblivious many conservative pundits and grassroots activists are.
Decisions regarding corrections shouldn’t be “trusted to bureaucrats,” activist tells PJM.
Will Hensarling challenge Boehner for speaker's gavel?
Coincidence? Amnesty advocate slams Cantor as a roadblock, just days after Cantor spent thousands to spread that same message. (UPDATE: What is 'Casa de Virginia'?)
The Sabadia saga is a warning that Islamists and their sympathizers must be kept away from the sensitive technologies and institutions that protect America.
Republicans hoping she can bridge the gender gap and win an election that most polls say is too close to call.
Tells PJM that party needs to channel the public's "revulsion" over Obamacare into votes.
"Does the president seek to replicate his mistakes in Iraq where he abandoned the region to chaos?" asks one chairman.
In the case of Elliot Rodger, all they had to do was enforce them.
Former Ohio secretary of state tells PJM devotion to social issues “will solve economic issues."
A clearer picture of the monstrous anti-Assad group emerges. (WARNING: graphic images on Page 2.)
"It's not simply to extract retribution. It's to provide a safer society. And to treat people humanely," says former NRA chief.
Incumbent's troubles could be foreshadowed late last year, when business groups were plotting against the Tea Party.
I shudder to think of the embarrassment and shame these jihadis will feel when they consult their Twitter feeds.
Cantor: “There are way too many barriers right now to success... we need to stop that."