Does the left believe there is any other kind of patriot?
Is it a human, a vegetable, an alien, or something else?
Apparently, adoring Bill Clinton isn’t enough.
The government’s decision on Friday to lower British flags following the death of Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has stirred controversy.
This week in Los Angeles: Chris Kyle is a coward, male models flapping their stuff is bravery.
“Clinton shared Epstein’s plane… on at least 11 flights in 2002 and 2003—before any of the allegations against them became public.”
‘We can’t keep bending the Fourth Amendment to the resources of law enforcement’
Senator: “AQAP is in the neighborhood. They’re in Sana’a as well. We know what they would like to do.”
“I’m not just interested in doing it to go through motions.”
Disneyland battles an outbreak of ‘eradicated’ measles
Iran will have received a total of $11.9 billion in cash assets by the end of June if current releases continue on pace as scheduled
Hagel calls Abdullah “a powerful voice for tolerance, moderation, and peace – in the Islamic world and across the globe.”
Past cheating by the Patriots’ head coach calls into question his denials.
His spokesman said he had a concussion, but Reid tells reporters he doesn’t know.
Plus: The arbitrary election excuse as Kerry readies for Nigeria trip to selectively meet presidential candidates.
“Religions don’t require adherents to raze villages and blow up people,” he said in Davos.
Plus: What Josh Earnest thinks he has in common with Tom Brady.
Allies in region tell senator “it’s better to be America’s enemy, because she seemed to respect your enemies more.”
“I said repeatedly over the past year that the campaign was not about me and I meant it,” said unsuccessful Cochran challenger.
Cuellar: “You don’t help the poor by tearing down the rich or you don’t help the workers by tearing down businesses.”
Rubio plans to skip all votes in the Senate next week and instead take a campaign fundraising swing through California
Latest from the so-called “no greater ally” relationship.
“We do not see heads of state or candidates in close proximity to their elections…”