TODAY'S TOP NEWS
Ed Gillespie talks senate challenge in Virginia
The Republican has launched a campaign against heavily favored incumbent Democrat Mark Warner.
Obama blames the intelligence community for ‘underestimating’ ISIS
A play for sympathy with the dwindling number of Americans who still care about Obama’s personal soap opera.
The week that was
A review of the week’s top stories.
Illegals blow off immigration hearings, govt. conceals it
The will of the American people on illegal immigration is clear, and must therefore be subverted.
Eric Holder resigns
A fast and furious career ends abruptly, but we’ll always have some historic achievements to remember him by.
GOP bordering on victory
The GOP desperately needs a “wave” election to rack up Senate seats this year, because the next two election cycles are not favorable for Republicans.
Bomb first, get U.N. sanction later
Obama has embraced something close to the Left’s caricature of Bush foreign policy, after Obama-ism left the world in ruins.
Bombs away over Syria
Day One, and we’ve already got mission creep, although it sounds like the creeps really had it coming.
First World War Centenary 1914-1918
World War I Myths
The First World War is almost terra incognita.
Kansas: The most important race in the country
If Sam Brownback wins in November watch for more governors who have his courage to challenge anti-reform Republicans in primaries and to phase out their state income taxes.