(Daily Caller) Zaid Jilani, a former blogger with the left-wing think tank Center for American Progress, explained this week how the Obama administration frequently tries to censor the progressive organization’s content when it departs from the White House’s agenda.
(Newsbusters) As the Clintons gear up for what appears to be a 2016 presidential run, journalists are already downplaying the potential negatives Bill Clinton would create for Hillary.
(WND) The plan to put the brakes on Washington’s expansion of the federal government is under way. Convention of States confirmed that the Georgia legislature on Thursday passed the organization’s application “to limit the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.” State Sen.
Rand Paul Is the King of CPAC One year after his filibuster, the Paul love at CPAC is stronger than ever.
(WSJ) Russia may stop fulfilling arms treaty commitments and block U.S. military inspections from checking its nuclear weapons in response to Washington's move to suspend military cooperation with Moscow, Russian agencies reported Saturday citing an unnamed official in Russia's defense ministry.
(Washington Examiner) Facing legal action, the State Department on Friday responded to a request for documents about the qualifications of President Obama's ambassadorial nominees.
(The Hill) New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) is quietly positioning himself as a social liberal and fiscal centrist as he awaits Hillary Clinton’s decision on whether to run for president. Experts say it is almost certain Cuomo would not challenge Clinton for the presidency in 2016.
(Mediaite) Earlier this week, the Massachusetts State Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the practice known as “upskirting” is legal, so naturally, the Massachusetts legislature acted quickly to outlaw it and the governor signed it into law Friday, thereby solidifying that taking photos up women’s skirts is illegal in the state.
Michelle Bachman And Tea Party Patriots Founder Jenny Beth Martin Team Up To Rally CPAC Newt Gingrich Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Dr.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Russia warned the United States on Friday that any sanctions imposed on Moscow over its response to the crisis in Ukraine would "boomerang" back on the United States, as U.S.
(The Hill) Neurologist Ben Carson could be 2016’s sleeper presidential contender. You won’t find him in early polls, and he doesn’t make headlines for huddling with top advisers in primary states.
(The Telegraph) Vladimir Putin has mocked diplomatic efforts to end the Ukraine crisis as Russia threatened to disrupt European gas supplies by cutting off sales to Kiev over its unpaid debts.
(Washington Examiner) Some of the watchdogs who are supposed to root out fraud in the Treasury Department themselves needed to be investigated, according to documents detailing layers of wrongdoing and cover-ups by agents of the Treasury's Office of the Inspector General.
(Breitbart) In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, American conservative and founder of Media Research Center, Brent Bozell, asserted that, from the standpoint of ideas, conservatives have, "allowed themselves to engage in philosophical discussions that have nothing to do with the conservative movement." In fact, he says conservatives are entertaining ideas that are “anathema” to what conservatives traditionally believe.
(Weekly Standard) Close on the heels of an Obamacare-related "off the record" conference call hosted by Vice President Biden, President Obama will host one of this own on Monday, March 10 with "faith leaders." According to the announcement, the president "wants to thank all of the faith and community leaders across the country" for their help in enrolling people in Obamacare. The exact content of the call will not be known, however, because the "call is off the record and not for press purposes." The call was announced on the Health and Human Services (HHS) website under the heading "Calling All Faith Leaders!
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Oscar Pistorius’ ex-girlfriend took the stand on the fifth day of his murder trial.
(Washington Examiner) Democrats have been trumpeting their support for a hefty minimum wage increase in the run-up to November's midterm elections.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com If former CIA Director David Petraeus and his ex-deputy Michael Morell are recalled to testify on Benghazi, they can expect hard questions about the mortar attack on the CIA annex which killed two former Navy SEALs.
The New Jersey parents being sued for tuition by their entitled teenager were excoriated in a Friday rant on her new Facebook page as “spoiled” baby boomers who would rather feather a retirement nest than pay their kids’ college bills.
Watch the latest video at FoxNews.com Former governor previews her CPAC keynote address, reflects on how the media ridiculed her prediction about Russia-Ukraine crisis under Obama and how the GOP can appeal to young voters Turn off Comment: Article Image: Big Top: Yes Breaking News: No Make Stic