President Obama said once again on Tuesday that the U.S. would “walk away” from a bad deal with Iran. Apparently, the definition of a “bad deal” does not include one that tosses out a key commitment included in the U.S. fact sheet published in April.
Gov. Chris Christie is set to enter the crowded GOP presidential race Tuesday with an announcement at his former high school. Polls show Christie is no longer a first-tier candidate, but longtime observers say his rhetorical skill on the stump should not be underestimated.
The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has revised its timeline on a massive data breach that exposed the personal information of 4 million Americans to foreign hackers.
As poll watchers are aware, Hillary Clinton is doing poorly in polls which rate her honesty. A piece published Wednesday by Time magazine suggests her campaign thinks she can overcome that deficit by being the candidate who cares.
In 2014, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) urged the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to shut down computer systems which were operating without a current security authorization. OIG specifically warned the breach of some of the systems could have “national security implications.”
Hillary Clinton collected $200,000 for a speech to the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach, CA but did not visit any of the club’s facilities or meet with the kids the club serves.
At Hillary Clinton’s re-launch in New York over the weekend, she delivered a 4,600 word speech which barely mentioned her four years as Secretary of State.
A newly-published report says that some parenting choices and attitudes can hurt the success of black students in school.
Hillary Clinton’s critics including, most recently, Carly Fiorina, have highlighted the fact that even her ardent supporters struggle to identify a noteworthy accomplishment from her tenure as Secretary of State.
China’s recently revealed hack of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) could involve data for up to 14 million Americans,op including detailed information on CIA and NSA agents who applied for security clearances.
The President of the American Federation of Government Employees says the hack of Office of Personnel Management computers is more far reaching that the Agency has so far revealed.
Lisa Larson of South Carolina was told sex change surgery could cost $70,000, but Larson claims that thanks to Obamacare the price will be closer to $5,000.
Hillary Clinton has finally found a reset button that works. Two months after launching her campaign for President she is launching it once again this Saturday.
A gay student from San Diego State University wrote an open letter to Jerry Seinfeld, complaining that modern college audiences want humor that has a “context that spurs social dialogue” and which isn’t based on “archaic ideals.”
Progressive Professor: My Progressive Students Don’t Mind When I Criticize Capitalism, Religion and White Privilege
Vox is once again focusing negative attention on its own widely shared piece about terrifying progressive college students. Once again it tries and fails to undercut that piece’s premise.
Author Joyce Carol Oates is upset by a picture she saw on Twitter of a man posing before a large, downed animal. She sent the following tweet out to her 122,000 followers Tuesday morning.
Over the weekend, the NY Times published an opinion piece by writer Lee Siegel titled “Why I Defaulted on My Student Loans.” The piece goes beyond the descriptive promised in the headline to the prescriptive when Siegel suggests people “groaning under the weight of student loans” should follow his example.
Monday morning, President Obama stated, “We don’t yet have a complete strategy,” with regard to training and equipping Iraqi soldiers. This is not the same as saying we don’t have a strategy at all, as he claimed last year, but
An international survey that compares ordinary people’s experience of the rule of law in 102 countries placed Venezuela in last place.
Vox’s Amanda Taub says a piece the site published earlier this week about progressive identity politics on campus is “truthy” and doesn’t hold up to scrutiny. Strangely, Taub’s rebuttal overlooks nearly all of the evidence which might suggest otherwise.
New York Times columnist Charles Blow is outraged that some observers are connecting a recent spike in violent crime to the ongoing Black Lives Matter protest movement.
A progressive professor says his students have become enamored of a simplistic social justice politics that makes every discussion personal and therefore a potential “threat” to their identity.
Covered California, the Obamacare insurance marketplace in the Golden State, has a one-star review on Yelp, the ratings site which allows individuals to post reviews of local businesses.
New Black Panther Party Members Who Met in Ferguson Admit Planning to Kill Prosecutor, Blow Up Police Station
Two members of the New Black Panther Party who met in Ferguson during protests over Michael Brown’s death admitted in court Tuesday they planned to blow up a police station and kill the prosecutor involved in the case.
Laura Kipnis, the Northwestern University professor who had two Title IX complaints filed against her, has been cleared of wrongdoing by the law firm hired to investigate the claims.