Trump Visit to Louisiana Disaster Area Panned by Dems GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's visit to flood ravaged areas of Louisiana was panned by Presidential Press Secretary Josh Earnest as "a virtual usurpation of President Obama's prero
McCain Assails Trump's Crediting Obama & Clinton for Rise of ISIS Arizona Senator John McCain (R) took issue with GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's statement that President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were co-founders of ISI
Obama Disputes Iran Ransom Claim President Obama disputed claims that a planeload of $400 million in cash sent to Iran was a payment for the release of four Americans held hostage by the regime. He dismissed the simultaneous arrival of the plane c
Obama Hails Economic Progress During His Administration In his speech at the Democratic Convention President Obama contended that "by so many measures, our country is stronger and more prosperous than it was when we started." Unfortunately, a
Obama Says Trump's Perception of America Skewed President Obama took issue with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's portrayal of a country in crisis, calling it "dangerously skewed from reality." "By highlighting a few incident
Hillary Calls Trump "Divisive" and "Unfit" Amidst polls showing her lead over GOP rival Donald Trump dwindling, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warned voters against "the most divisive and unfit candidate in our nation's histor
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The reputation of the presumptive Republican nominee for president precedes him. Americans whose neurons still fire have spent the past year bashing Donald Trump, and now our allies are getting in on the action.
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Eight years ago today, the world lost a great man. While the mainstream media will tell you that he was merely a comedian, this man gave the world so much more than laughter. He challenged the establishment paradigm and was unafraid to speak truth to
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton brushed off new revelations that the 30,000 "personal" emails she deleted may have included official Department business as "nothing to concern the American people."
Former Senator Questions Need for So Many Armed Federal Agents Former Senator Tom Coburn (R-Okla) wrote an op ed for the Wall Street Journal in which he raised the question of why so many federal agents are authorized to carry weapons. In the op e
State Department Warns Israel Not to Inconvenience Palestinians Mark Toner, spokesman for the US State Department, issued a statement condemning the terrorist attack on a shopping mall that killed four Israelis, but simultaneously warned Israel to
Obama Says He's Not a "Gun Grabber" In response to an audience member's concern that Democrats want to take guns away from law-abiding people, President Obama sought to reassure the man that his fears were exaggerated. "The notion that I,
President Suggests Hillary's Email "a Matter for Voters to Decide" Irritated that the media would dare to pose a question about the legality of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's unsecured email communications, President Obama refused
ACLU Bemoans Court's Pro-Choice Decision This week Nevada District Judge Eric Johnson dismissed the ACLU's case against the state's school choice law. A change to Nevada statutes creating an education savings account (ESA) program that permits stu
Debate on Pot Legalization Heats up in California The debate over a California initiative to legalize recreational marijuana sparked heated rejoinders from both sides this week. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R) suggested that legalization "will bett
Moderate Muslims Are "Uncle Toms" Says London Mayor-Elect London's newly elected mayor, Labour Party candidate Sadiq Khan, vows he will "establish the order prescribed by the Quran" when he takes office later this year. "Mohamed instr
Obama Calls His Management of the US Economy "Best in Human History" Despite declines in labor force participation, family income and home ownership juxtaposed to increases in poverty, debt, and health care costs, President Obama maintains tha
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Virginia Governor Enfranchises Felons Saying he is tired of waiting for the legislature to take action, Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-Va) issued an executive order restoring voting rights to convicted felons. The move is expected to add more than 200,00
Sanders Says Unemployment a "Viable Weapon in War against Global Warming" In Thursday's debate, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (S-Vt) wowed the Party faithful by promising that "economic dislocation and job losses will
Army Chief Opposes Private Weapons for Troops In testimony before a congressional committee investigating the murders of military personnel at military facilities, Army Chief of Staff General Mark Milley told Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) that he was opp
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Rove Calls for "Fresh Face" to Get GOP Nomination Karl Rove, former campaign adviser to President George W. Bush, suggested that "Republicans need to look outside the current crop of candidates vying for the Party's nomination and pick a 'fr
Obama Minimizes Differences Between Communism & Capitalism In a speech to Argentinian youths, President Obama characterized the long-running battle between capitalism and communism as "an interesting intellectual argument that should have no bea
Hillary Calls Woman "Poor Shopper" When Teresa O'Donnell of Powell, Ohio took the opportunity at a CNN town hall to complain that Obamacare's costs were hurting her family, Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton suggested the woman
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Dem Candidates Agree on Abortion The two Democratic contenders for the Party's 2016 presidential nomination fended off the possibility that states should have any leeway in limiting abortions carried out within their borders. In a statement eer