Greg Gutfeld, 1. THE ELECTION WAS ABOUT THE OUTSIDER Not really. It was about culture. We know this for a fact: if you replaced Trump with Rubio, Kasich or Cruz, you’d still get the SAME attacks from “Funny or Die,” Bill Maher, Jay Z, Lady Gaga, and so on. The culture enveloped within the liberal industrial
Peter Keating, Just a couple of weeks ago, many political analysts were still chattering about a contested Republican convention. Then came the Indiana primary, and the forces opposing Donald Trump seemed to unravel almost immediately. This terminal phase of the nominating season is a reminder of how much and why public opinion matters. “Momentum” is
“If you’re a conservative woman and believe in small government, then Barack Obama is your candidate because he’s keeping the government out of the decisions that should remain between you and God and you and your own conscience.
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan told an audience in Fayetteville, N.C. near Fort Bragg this afternoon that President Barack Obama was to blame for the slate of “devastating
Relying on Todd Akin’s sense of decency has not worked. Within hours of his idiotic comments about “legitimate rape,
Obama calls for compromise to avoid military cuts He said he isn’t bothered by charges from a political action committee called the Special Operations OPSEC Education Fund, founded by Scott Taylor, a former SEAL from Virginia Beach, that accuse Obama of taking too much credit for the killing of Osama bin Laden last
On Sunday, a six-term Congressman from Missouri running as the Republican candidate for U.S. Senate went on a newsmaker program and, in defense of his pro-life views, reported that doctors say the body of a woman who has suffered a “legitimate rape
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney renewed support for auditing the Federal Reserve, wading into an issue that threatens to spark a fight at his party’s national convention next week. “The Federal Reserve should be accountable,