Reverend Al Sharpton has some deep thoughts about the natural disaster that has killed at least 17 people in Texas and Oklahoma in the past week. In a tweet sent out Wednesday, Sharpton wondered whether the disaster was “God’s rebuke” or the result of “climate control.”
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said today his negotiating partners in the P5+1 should avoid “making excessive demands” on Iran. Zarif was speaking of an unresolved issue in the ongoing nuclear negotiations: giving inspectors access to Iran’s military sites.
France, one the parties to the multi-lateral nuclear deal with Iran, said Wednesday that it will not sign a deal which does not give the IAEA access to inspect Iranian military sites.
The value of Venezuela’s bolivar currency collapsed this month, as air carriers and U.S. automakers announce they will only do business in U.S. dollars.
A NY Times story published Monday focuses on the genesis of “four words” in the Affordable Care Act which are at the center of the Supreme Court case King v. Burwell. However, the story leaves out important details which undercut the claim that drafters of the bill never considered withholding subsidies from the states.
Interview–Kirsten Powers on ‘The Silencing': Obama ‘Normalized’ Left’s Anti-Speech Mobs with Attacks on Fox News
Kirsten Powers’ new book The Silencing: How the Left is Killing Free Speech surveys the political landscape of the past couple years and finds something new to worry about. A self-described liberal, Powers writes that the “illiberal left” is trying to dominate the discussion on campus, online and in the media through intimidation. In our discussion, Powers suggests there is an authoritarian impulse at play, one that has been gaining steam in the broader culture.
Newly released emails suggest Hillary Clinton’s view of the Benghazi attack shifted over time.
One of the emails released by the State Department on Friday shows Hillary Clinton’s Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills describing a confrontation with unnamed “colleagues” as State Department officials were giving classified congressional testimony about Benghazi. On November 13, 2012, Hillary
A new poll shows that a majority of Democrats want to limit free speech with laws that would prohibit so-called “hate speech.”
Hillary may be avoiding questions from the media now, but back in 2008 she responded to questions about a uranium mining deal and its connection to her husband and the Clinton Foundation.
A showdown at sea between the U.S. and Iran is brewing off the coast of Yemen.
A former Clinton fundraiser committed $6 million dollars to the founding of the Hillary Clinton School of Journalism, made under the umbrella of the Clinton Global Initiative an offshoot of the Clinton Foundation — but the project was renamed”Hillary Rodham Clinton Nursing School” with no explanation a few years later.
A new Defense Intelligence Agency Memo dated September 12, 2012 demonstrates that high-ranking U.S. officials were aware of claims by an Al Qaeda affiliate that the Benghazi attack was planned 10 or more days in advance.
Hillary Clinton hasn’t answered a real question from the media in almost a month. Naturally, professional political journalists, like the ones at the NY Times, are lashing out… at Republicans.
George Stephanopoulos’ connections to the Clinton Foundation may be more substantial than he has so far admitted.
Kim Dotcom, the founder of Megaupload, said in an interview this week that the 2016 presidential campaign could become a clash of titans over the issue of transparency. Kim says Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks, will create “roadblocks” for Hillary.
ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has released a call to arms which asks Muslims everywhere to physically join ISIS in the area it now controls or simply take up the struggle against unbelievers wherever they are.
Why does Hillary deny medical science when it comes to abortion, and why doesn’t the media call her out on it?
Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for President on April 12, just over one month ago. Since then she has held meetings with hand selected Democrats but has only answered a total of 13 questions from the media. And frankly, some of those questions were softballs and some of Hillary’s answers were dodges.
Nicole Eramo, the UVA Dean who became the unwitting villain of Rolling Stone’s story “A Rape on Campus,” has sued the magazine for $7.5 million.
George Zimmerman is in the news again — which means it’s once again time for major media outlets like CNN to continue to get the facts of the encounter between Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin wrong.
At a 2006 Gala for his 60th birthday, Bill Clinton praised Canadian mining magnate Frank Giustra’s selflessness, saying it was not as if Giustra could “get something out of it,” since Clinton was no longer President and therefore not in a position to do him any favors. That comment came almost exactly one year after Clinton’s overnight trip to Kazakhstan coincided with Giustra closing a uranium mining deal worth billions of dollars.
Thursday night the AP published a story based on a meeting with Pamela Geller, the woman who organized the Muhammad drawing contest in Garland, Texas. The story got a lot of attention once the AP sent out a tweet which seemed to suggest Geller ought to have regret for hosting the conference which resulted in two (carefully unidentified) deaths.
Today the New York Times editorial board blamed Pamela Geller for her own attempted assassination, claiming that nothing can possibly justify offensive cartoons and harsh language toward Islam, not even ISIS.
Director Joss Whedon deleted his Twitter account Monday after a stream of hateful messages directed at him by feminists upset with story elements of Avengers: Age of Ultron, the weekend’s big box-office smash.