LES CAYES, Haiti – Two days after Hurricane Matthew rampaged across Haiti’s remote southwestern peninsula with roaring winds and flooding rains, local authorities and international aid workers still lack a clear picture of the storm’s destruction. But the weather began calming Wednesday and a way was found around a key bridge that was washed away,
Jason Russell,Washington Examiner A new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal shows that 64 percent of voters are concerned about “[Hillary] Clinton’s use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state.” Despite Clinton and her campaign’s repeated attempts to downplay the email controversy, the poll shows voters aren’t
You can help make the daily routine of our troops serving in Afghanistan and Iraq a little more bearable and thank them for their services all at the same time. With incredible guests including Mark Levin, Senator Ted Cruz, Louie Gohmert, Herman Cain, Lt. Col. Allen West, Gary Sinise, Dana Loesch, Dennis Miller, Dr. Ben Carson and so many more. Full guest list is here:
Tim Scott At the end of the day, we all want Americans to have access to affordable, quality healthcare, but Obamacare is the wrong path to get to that goal. As we begin to review the qualifications and record of President Obama’s new nominee to become HHS Secretary, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, current director of the
Six teens arrested recently in the Cincinnati suburb of North College Hill for beating 45-year-old Pat Mahaney reportedly told police they ambushed the man because they were bored. Mahaney, who was walking to his mother’s home when he was blindsided by the group of teens and left unconscious, spent four days in intensive care.
The new documentary “2016: Obama’s America” doesn’t have fancy stars or a massive budget. It simply tries to deconstruct why President Barack Obama governs the way he does. And it’s striking a chord with the public, apparently. “2016: Obama’s America: came in number 13 at the box office over the weekend, representing a bump
The Washington Post trod over some familiar territory this past weekend with a 7,000-word retrospective on the Obama administration’s Middle East peace process misadventures. The account strives to put President Obama in a favorable light. But even the most sympathetic narrative of this period must come to grips with the president’s blundering, most of which
Obviously Chief Justice John Roberts was going to take a hit in the polls after his ObamaCare decision — but a 40-point drop among Republicans? There’s no way he ever bounces back from this, right? A Gallup poll released Monday found that Roberts’s favorables dropped 11 percentage points among all Americans since the last survey