The face of Fox News is not the bow-tied buffoon from his “Crossfire” days.
A minor story that illustrates a far bigger problem in our politics.
Wednesday’s Congressional testimony by former Special Counsel Robert Mueller wasn’t exactly a ratings blockbuster.
Based on the early stages of the campaign for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination, it appears as though the party’s progressive wing has misread the signals being sent by the party’s voters.
In a first of its kind move, voters in Denver have voted to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms.
Despite poll numbers suggesting otherwise, one political analyst suggests that the United States may not be “ready” for a gay President.
Stephen Moore, who has been nominated to a seat on the Federal Reserve Board by President Trump. has a history of controversial remarks about women.
The peril of not yet running for President include not yet having a campaign staff in place.
In what appears to be a first, Judge Brett Kavanaugh took to the media to defend his nomination. Not surprisingly, he chose a friendly venue.
The Donald Trump presidency has some eerie parallels with his run on “The Apprentice.”
A Fox News host has debunked the Uranium One conspiracy theory being pushed by his own network.
Since taking office, President Trump has made an average of 5.5 false claims per day.
H.R. McMaster is fighting a losing battle for control of the National Security Council staff.
Who knew Tim “The Toolman” Taylor was a columinist at NRO? (Will kids these days get that reference?).
If you think this campaign has been awful, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
It’s a Donald Trump debate, where the facts are made up and the truth doesn’t matter.
In 1992, an eccentric billionaire ran an independent campaign against a Bush and a Clinton. It could happen again.
Once again, Donald Trump is succeeding because he is saying things many Republicans agree with.
While “fundamentals” will have more impact on choosing our next president than what happens on the campaign trail, the race itself is important.
Rand Paul has changed position on several foreign policy issues, but he doesn’t seem to want to talk about it.
Mitt Romney certainly seems to be running for president again. And he’s now on at least his third reinvention.
Rather than asking whether it was “worth it,” the important historical question regarding the Civil War is whether it could have been avoided.
Rand Paul’s filibuster is one that all American’s should thank him for that.
A five year old “shocking” video of President Obama speaking to a group of African-American ministers proves to be not very shocking at all.
So, it’s been a quarter of a century since “Star Trek: The Next Generation” made its debut. As if I didn’t feel old already.
Ricky Perry is running on “hope and change” (but what else is new?)
Is our current economic situation the result of massive government intervention? The Randians certainly think so.
Prejudice and negative attitudes towards obese individuals is becoming a global norm, not just an American phenomenon.
The latest story being repeated by the conservative talking heads is the claim that President Obama will be spending $ 200 million per day on his upcoming overseas trip. The problem is that it’s not true.