Fox News Poll: New high for Donald Trump, new low for Hillary Clinton

Businessman Donald Trump continues to gain ground in the race for the Republican nomination.  What’s more, the number of GOP primary voters saying they would at least consider backing Trump has more than doubled in the last two months.  Meanwhile, support for Democratic frontrunner former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remains high, despite sliding to… [Read More]

Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush Shine at Koch Brothers Event

 Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush showed on Sunday why they’ve raised more money in million-dollar increments than the other 20 major presidential candidates: rich people love them. The Texas senator and the former Florida governor drew the most applause among the five Republicans who took the stage at a luxury hotel in California this weekend…. [Read More]

Trump To Aide Accused of Racist Posts: ‘You’re Fired’

Donald Trump fired a political aide Sunday over alleged racist Facebook postings, a sign that the new Republican presidential front-runner is working to add a professional patina to his campaign. He also raised the possibility of a third-party run.  “If I am not treated fairly by the Republican party I very well might consider that,” Trump… [Read More]

More parents turn to homeschooling: 62% increase in the last decade

Victor Skinner,   WASHINGTON, D.C. – More parents than ever before are choosing to homeschool their children, driving a movement that’s grown by 62 percent in the last decade.The National Catholic Register reports that recent data from the U.S. Department of Education shows explosive growth in homeschooling among American families, particularly in the last 10… [Read More]

Billionaires bankrolling 2016 campaign to unprecedented degree

Billionaires are bankrolling the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign to an unprecedented degree, with at least 40 of the wealthiest Americans plowing $60 million into super PACs aligned with the top tier of candidates. The torrent of super PAC money is revolutionizing presidential politics in the wake of a 2010 Supreme Court ruling… [Read More]

Just what the Presidential race needs: A Benghazi movie…by Michael Bay

C.T. Rex, So if you haven’t heard already, Hollywood has decided to turn the 2012 attack on our consulate in Benghazi into a feature film. In order to ensure this incredibly controversial and sensitive topic is covered with the utmost of care, they picked someone who is known for his subtlety and deep, intricate character work. Nah, just… [Read More]

About Time: Two Big MSNBC Whackjobs Were Just Pulled Off The Air

Warner Todd Huston, Two of the biggest whackjobs on the increasingly shrill and extreme cable network MSNBC have just been fired. The egregious Ed Schultz and the racemongering Alex Wagner have both been fired by the far, far left network. Neither show ever had much by way of ratings and should have been axed a… [Read More]

White ex-DC official sues city, claims he was called ‘cracker’ and fired over race

WASHINGTON –  A former District of Columbia official brought in to help straighten out mismanagement at the Department of Public Works is suing the city, claiming he was harassed, intimidated and then fired for being white.  The former city worker says he was repeatedly called “cracker” and “white boy” by black members of the department… [Read More]

Trump shows staying power with surge ahead of first debate

Some Republicans gleefully scripted Donald Trump’s political obituary in the wake of his scathing comments about Sen. John McCain’s military service earlier this month, hoping that his freewheeling presidential campaign had finally imploded. Predictions of his demise were apparently premature. Instead, Trump is gaining momentum ahead of next week’s first Republican debate, a new Reuters/Ipsos… [Read More]

Poll: Trump leads Republican presidential race with 25 percent

Billionaire Donald Trump has taken a commanding lead in the race for the 2016 U.S. Republican presidential nomination with the support of 25 percent in a Reuters/Ipsos poll, giving him a double-digit advantage over nearest rival Jeb Bush. The poll shows Bush, the former Florida governor, trailing at 12 percent. It is a huge jump… [Read More]

Walter Williams: Cure for Racial Dishonesty

 There have been several notable cases of racial fakery. Years ago, then-law professor Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren falsely claimed that her great-grandfather was Cherokee Indian. A diversity-starved Harvard University jumped at the opportunity to hire her. She was so good at the racial fakery that a 1997 Fordham Law Review article lauded now-Sen. Warren as Harvard… [Read More]

Pat Buchanan: Could Trump Win?

 The American political class has failed the country, and should be fired. That is the clearest message from the summer surge of Bernie Sanders and the remarkable rise of Donald Trump. Sanders’ candidacy can trace it roots back to the 19th-century populist party of Mary Elizabeth Lease who declaimed: “Wall Street owns the country. It… [Read More]