After a change in Senate filibuster rules, judges appointed by Democrats now hold a majority of seats on the United States Courts of Appeals, a tilt that has far-reaching consequences for President Obama’s legacy.
Longtime anti-LGBT activist Peter LaBarbera is praising nations like Uganda and Gambia, where homosexuality is punished by life imprisonment. According to Peter, these nations are far better off than the United States.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S.government wants conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza to be sentenced to as much as 16 months in prison, following his guilty plea to a campaign finance law violation.In...
BEIRUT (AP) — The Islamic State group is often described as the most fearsome jihadi outfit of all: a global menace outweighing al-Qaida, with armies trembling before its advance.
But while the group has been successful at seizing parts of Iraq and Syria, it is no unstoppable juggernaut. Lacking the major weaponry of an established military, it wields outsize influence through the fanaticism of a hard core of several thousand, capitalizing on divisions among its rivals, and disseminating terrifying videos on social media.
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) on Wednesday eviscerated Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), the ranking member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, for attacking the Obama administration instead of focusing on attacking ISIS.
She criticized him for the way he questioned Secretary of State John Kerry during a hearing on the U.S. plan for combating ISIS.
Fox News' evening lineup ran nearly 1,100 segments on the Benghazi attacks and their aftermath in the first 20 months following the attacks. Nearly 500 segments focused on a set of Obama administration talking points used in September 2012 interviews; more than 100 linked the attacks to a potential Hillary Clinton 2016 presidential run; and dozens of segments compared the attacks and the administration response to the Watergate or Iran-Contra scandals. The network hosted Republican members of Congress to discuss Benghazi nearly 30 times more frequently than Democrats.
It should come as no surprise to devoted hatewatchers of Fox & Friends cohost Brian Kilmeade is kind of a pig. But when several of his piggish comments are lined up one after another -- hoo boy. It's pretty gross.
Have you ever seen that movie Repulsion in which the heroine (played by Catherine Denevue) is so repressed that she imagines men breaking into her house and hands coming out the walls just to violate her person?