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Plurality of 46% Believe Obama 'Deliberately Misled' On Benghazi

A new Quinnpiac poll not only brought bad news for Obama with respect to his ratings on job approval and trustworthiness, but also on the Benghazi scandal that both the White House and the media have worked so hard to dismiss. A plurality of 39% believe Benghazi is a legitimate scandal; 27% disagree. A full 46% believe Obama deliberately misled the American people about Libya; 40% disagree. May 30, 2013 8:28 AM PT

Obama Approval Drops; 76% Want Special Prosecutor for IRS Scandal

While President Obama's Attorney General, Eric Holder, faces a possible perjury charge and increased calls for his resignation over the Justice Department's outrageous spying on the media -- elsewhere, another scandal is taking another kind of toll. A new Quinnpiac poll shows that the public is far from satisfied that the IRS matter is settled. A full 76% want a special prosecutor named; that includes 63% of Democrats. May 30, 2013 5:50 AM PT

For Me, Bad Sequels and Remakes Never Hurt the Original

I too hated "Prometheus," mainly because it was a lifeless disappointment. But as soon as it was over I forgot about it. In fact, I had completely forgotten about the film's link to "Alien," until John Sexton brought it up. May 29, 2013 1:15 PM PT

AP: Many Will Have Insurance Cancelled Due to ObamaCare

In a classic case of "now you tell me," the Associated Press reports today that a whole swath of people who like their health insurance might be losing it. You see, ObamaCare requires all Americans get the equivalent of a Cadillac health plan. Millions of us don’t have Cadillac plans, which means that we are about to be in violation of government policy. May 29, 2013 12:19 PM PT

'The Verdict' (1982) Bluray Review: David Mamet's Masterpiece

For good reason, many see "The Verdict" as a tale of Galvin's redemption, but I disagree -- and that is why I worship Mamet's adaptation of Barry Reed's novel. Yes, Galvin is a hopeless alcoholic reduced to handing business cards to grieving widows at their husband's funeral. But this isn't who Galvin is, it is merely what he has been turned into for daring to be an honorable man in a political machine that destroys honorable men. May 29, 2013 9:54 AM PT

Holder Launches Damage Control Campaign with Media

Eric Holder knows that the only way he can save his job is by currying favor with the media, which is exactly what the embattled Attorney General is doing. The question is, will the media once again cave to the wishes of their beloved Obama administration or do their jobs and demand a full accounting from an out-of-control Justice Department on a chilling rampage to intimidate journalists and their sources? May 29, 2013 7:34 AM PT

IRS Scandal: Intimidating Letters Sent Just Three Weeks Ago

Jay Sekulow was a one-time trial attorney who represented the IRS in tax-exempt cases. Today he represents 27 conservative groups in a lawsuit set to be filed against the IRS today. Sekulow told Sean Hannity last night that part of his lawsuit proves that the abusive targeting of Obama's political foes did not end when the IRS claimed. One of his clients received a harassing IRS letter dated May 6. May 29, 2013 6:11 AM PT

IRS Scandal: Abuse Committed By Higher-Ups Outside Ohio

The Obama administration's spin that only two rogue agents in Cincinnati, Ohio were behind the systematic harassment of conservative groups by the IRS continues to unravel. NBC News reports that a number of targeted conservative groups received letters from IRS higher-ups from offices outside of Cincinnati -- including Washington DC. May 29, 2013 5:55 AM PT

Justice Department Overreach Rallies Media Around Fox News

At his always-terrific Best of the Web column, James Taranto looks at how the Justice Department's shockingly aggressive probe into the private emails and phones records of Fox News reporter James Rosen resulted in a once-in-a-lifetime confluence of outrage from all media, even The New York Times: May 29, 2013 5:11 AM PT

Fox News: We Never Received Subpoena Notice Justice Department Claims Sent

Last week, the Justice Department claimed that back in 2010 it had notified News Corp (parent company of Fox News) that the government had seized the phone records of Fox News reporter James Rosen. News Corp can find no record of the notice. Fox News says flat out that they never received any such notice. May 28, 2013 10:48 AM PT

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