• Romney: Clinton’s foreign policy is ‘clueless’

    Mitt Romney blasted Hillary Clinton this weekend, dubbing her foreign policy record “clueless.” The former presidential candidate predicted that Hillary will not have success in 2016 due to her lack of accomplishments as secretary of state. Romney criticized Clinton’s comments | Read More »

  • Jon Williams: WH values ‘treason more than service’

    Not a single soldier applauded when Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel announced Bowe Bergdahl’s return at Bagram Air Field. Jon Williams explains why: You see, when Hagel took the stage, he expected joy at the announcement that one of their | Read More »

  • MIT: No more God in graduation

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) eliminated religious prayer from its graduation ceremony this year. Though MIT Chaplain Robert Randolph traditionally gave a prayer at the ceremony, MIT’s Commencement Committee emailed students in May to inform them that this practice would no | Read More »

  • Clinton goes from “dead broke” to “obviously blessed”

    Hillary Clinton retracted a statement she made Monday that she and Bill were “dead broke” when they left the White House. Instead, she called herself “obviously blessed” this morning on “Good Morning America.” “Let me just clarify that I fully appreciate | Read More »

  • New surcharge covers city’s $15 minimum wage

    Customers at one business in SeaTac, Wash. must now pay a “living wage” surcharge to cover the city’s new $15 minimum wage. Masterpark, an airport parking service, is now charging its customers an additional 99 cents per parking day. Masterpark | Read More »

  • Texas won’t get Santa Anna’s leg

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. SPRINGFIELD – First those Texans took our jobs. Then they took our money. Now they want our leg. Well, to be precise, Mexican Gen. Antonio López de Santa Anna’s leg. A group of Illinois soldiers | Read More »

  • Jeff Bell wins GOP Senate primary in NJ

    Former Reagan speechwriter Jeff Bell won last week’s Senate Republican primary in New Jersey, which sets him against incumbent Cory Booker in the general election. Jeff Bell, who has been out of the political spotlight so long that he has | Read More »

  • California Chrome makes Triple Crown bid Saturday

    Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner California Chrome makes a run for the Triple Crown on Saturday at the Belmont Stakes, attempting to be the first horse to win the coveted trifecta since Affirmed in 1978. California Chrome drew the | Read More »

  • WH aides accuse soldiers of ‘swift boating’ Bergdahl

    White House aides are up in arms about Bergdahl’s platoon’s claims against him. NBC’s senior White House correspondent Chuck Todd reported: Every [White House] aide I’ve talked to said they expected there to be controversy involving the decision to release | Read More »

  • Biggest NYC gang bust ever

    New York City saw its biggest gang bust in history Wednesday when more than 100 members of three separate gangs were arrested for killings and gun violence. The gangs are accused of two homicides, 19 non-fatal shootings and over 50 | Read More »

  • UK panel backs possible three-parent IVF babies

    A British scientific panel gave backing on Tuesday to possible three-way fertility treatments to allow genetically modified embryo implementation into women. Reuters reported: “The “three-parent” IVF techniques are designed to help families with particular genetic faults who want to avoid | Read More »

  • Are female hurricanes deadlier?

    University of Illinois researchers tracked the death tolls for every hurricane that hit U.S. soil between 1950 and 2012 and found that storms with female names had higher death tolls. Apparently, these higher mortality rates are linked to gender-based expectations: | Read More »

  • Supreme Court refuses to hear journalist’s case

    The Supreme Court declined on Monday to hear New York Times reporter James Risen’s appeal to define whether journalists have a right to protect their confidential sources: “Without comment, the justices rejected an appeal from New York Times reporter James Risen to | Read More »

  • Premarital sex, euthanasia up in ‘moral acceptability’

    Americans’ tolerance on several moral issues has increased more than ever this year, according to a Gallup poll that surveys moral acceptability on a list of 19 major issues. In this group, the levels of moral acceptance are as high or higher | Read More »

  • California counties to vote on secession measure

    Voters in Del Norte and Tehama Counties in California are set to vote Tuesday on a measure calling for secession from California to form a new state. Supporters of the measure hope to combine parts of northern California with areas of southern | Read More »

  • PETA ‘Scent of Death’ app designed to haunt meat lovers

    The People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is perfecting and testing a new app to dissuade even more meat-eaters from indulging in their barbeque favorites this summer. The “Scent of Death” is part of the new “Meat Stinks” smartphone | Read More »

  • The cattle vs. mouse debate in NM

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. The land battle between the federal government and local ranchers has moved into New Mexico. In Otero County in the southern part of the state, the U.S. Forest Service has blocked cattle from a | Read More »

  • 308,000 VA voters registered in other states

    This article originally appeared on watchdog.org. RICHMOND, Va. — Some 308,000 Virginia voters are also registered elsewhere, according to an analysis of 22 states’ election records. The finding follows Watchdog.org’s report of 44,000 people who appear to be registered in both Virginia and | Read More »

  • Actors accept $$ from oil sheik for anti-fracking film

    New York Times bestselling author and Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe turned the cameras around on Hollywood this time, and caught several actors “conversing about a plan to take $9M from Mid Eastern oil producers to make an anti-fracking film.” Watch | Read More »

  • ‘Just Another Obamacare Lie’ ad targets U.S. Senators

    American Commitment and American Encore—national advocacy organizations committed to freedom and free markets—are joining forces to launch a hard-hitting new ad campaign targeting Democrats for their cynical “new Obamacare lie” that they ostensibly intend to “fix” the failed Obamacare law. See the ad | Read More »