Confederacy purge builds steam, while last century’s worst villains spared

All symbols of the Confederacy are rapidly disappearing from stores, websites and the public square in the wake of last week’s racially charged shooting in a Charleston, S.C., church, but the purge of some allegedly hateful icons has spared memorabilia linked to some of history’s most infamous mass murderers, some critics are charging. has… [Read More]

Poll: Majority Of Texans Are Expecting Domestic Military Takeover

44% believe martial law will be implemented. A poll conducted jointly by The University of Texas and The Texas Tribune has found that a majority of Texans believe that the federal government is likely to order a “domestic military intervention” to arrest political protesters and violate property rights. The poll was conducted primarily to discover… [Read More]

Wisconsin Governor Walker leads among Republican conservatives

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker is the clear favorite of conservative voters as he readies an expected bid for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination in 2016, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll. Walker has gained little traction among the moderate voters who account for the majority of the party, the poll shows. But his strength on the… [Read More]

America Rising Blasts ‘Dishonest’ Hillary In New Ad Amid Falling Favorable Ratings [VIDEO]

A week after polls showed eroding trust in Hillary Clinton among voters, opposition research firm America Rising released a new ad taking aim at Clinton’s “dishonest” activities that have come to light over the past month. The web ad takes Clinton to task for failing to report a shell company in the campaign’s financial disclosure… [Read More]

Hillary Losing Ground

Rich Galen, NOTE: I missed writing Wednesday night because I was under the weather. Way, way under it. Because of modern pharmaceuticals I’m much better now and it’s back to the normal cycle. To the Hillary Clinton campaign’s great credit, they have gone a long way toward not just making it illogical for any Democrat… [Read More]

What The American People Just Said About Bush Vs Obama Will Have The White House Shrieking

How many times have Barack Obama, his defenders, and apologists tried to blame George W. Bush for something that’s gone wrong? How many times have we heard the finger-pointing excuse, “It’s George Bush’s fault?” Well, given the results of a new poll, that move in the administration’s blame game may be off the table. But… [Read More]

Martin O’Malley Announces Democratic Presidential Bid

Hillary Clinton gets a challenger who’s ready to attack her program and character. Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley said Saturday he will seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, launching a long-shot challenge against front-runner Hillary Clinton. “I’m running for president to rebuild the American Dream,” he said on Twitter just ahead of a speech… [Read More]

Poll: 46 Percent Of Americans Want Stephanopoulos To Stay Away From 2016 Election Coverage

Matt Vespa, The revelation that ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to the Clinton Foundation, even serving as a featured attendee, panel moderator, and panelist at past Clinton Global Initiative annual meetings, confirms every speculation conservatives have about liberal media bias. As Julia Porterfield wrote in National Review, Conn Carroll, Sen. Mike Lee’s (R-UT) communications director,… [Read More]

While Rick Santorum Whines About Rules, Carly Fiorina Steps Up To GOP Debate Challenge

Katie Pavlich,  Last week Fox News announced rules for it’s August 6, 2015 GOP primary debate, the first debate of the 2016 cycle. CNN did the same for it’s September 16 debate. Currently, the Republican field sits at nearly two dozen potential candidates. Fox’s rules allow for 10 to be on-stage. CNN allows for two groups… [Read More]