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You’ll Like Trey Gowdy Even More Than You Already Did After You See This

 Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) called into the Mike Gallagher Show on Monday to discuss the first Benghazi hearing and Dana Milbank’s unexpected praise of Gowdy.  Milbank wrote in the Washington Post: “But when the South Carolina Republican chaired his panel’s first public hearing Wednesday, Gowdy did something completely unexpected:  He played it straight.”      […] Read More →

Even Libs Say No to Hillary in 2016

Chuck Norris,  Last week, Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa for the first time since her 2008 presidential campaign loss, saying, “I’m back.” She continued: “It’s true. I’ve been thinking about it,” referring to another run in 2016. But the truth is that even many of her esteemed liberal cronies think it’s a bad idea. I […] Read More →

Democrats turn on Debbie Wasserman Schultz

 Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is in a behind-the-scenes struggle with the White House, congressional Democrats and Washington insiders who have lost confidence in her as both a unifying leader and reliable party spokesperson at a time when they need her most. Long-simmering doubts about her have reached a peak after two recent […] Read More →

It’s a good time to run for office in Iowa: meet Queen Joni

 Most Republicans running in tight U.S. Senate races in November’s midterm elections can rely on campaign endorsements from a few national figures. But most Republicans are not Joni Ernst. More importantly, most Republican Senate candidates are not running in Iowa, the influential swing state that kicks off the presidential nominating race. Potential 2016 contenders have […] Read More →

Biden apologizes for ‘Shylocks’ gaffe, visits Iowa

 Vice President Joe Biden apologized on Wednesday for referring to people who squeeze U.S. military personnel serving overseas on loans and other financial issues as “Shylocks,” a reference to a stereotypical Jewish character in Shakespeare. Biden apologized for having used the term during a speech on Tuesday in Washington, calling it a “poor choice of […] Read More →

Christian Website Yanks A Column Condemning Islam

Doug Giles  Last week, Gary Cass, who drives, contacted me asking if would run his piece titled, “I’m Islamaphobic, Are You?” I gave it a read and quickly said, “Heck yeah”, because Cass, like Clash, believes Islam is implacable and must be stomped on like a narc at a biker party. In his […] Read More →

Clintons returning to Iowa amid 2016 speculation

 Hillary Rodham Clinton left Iowa on an “excruciating” night in 2008, the beginning of the end of her White House campaign. She returns for the first time this weekend, not quite yet running for president but sure to hear cheers from a crowd of Democrats hoping she will. Trailed by White House speculation, and joined […] Read More →

An ‘LBJ law’ for Kentucky?

Jeff Jacoby,   “My policy on cake,” the ebullient Tory mayor of London, Boris Johnson, once remarked, “is pro having it and pro eating it.” Rand Paul, the Kentucky senator and potential GOP presidential aspirant, has hopes of embracing a similar policy on running for office. Kentuckians, to their credit, aren’t buying it. Paul was elected […] Read More →

Coy Hillary Tells It Like It Isn’t

Hillary Clinton’s public pretense about her presidential campaign took another step forward today. Here’s how Bloomberg News relayed it: Sept. 5 (Bloomberg) — Hillary Clinton said she’ll decide “after the first of the year” whether to run again for the presidency of the U.S. “I have a very clear vision with an agenda of what […] Read More →

6 Reasons Samsung Should Fear the iPhone 6

 The last few years will likely go down as a golden age for Samsung Electronics. While Apple defined the modern smart phone with its iPhone in 2007, Samsung has been growing far more rapidly. Since 2010, Samsung’s share of the smartphone market has quadrupled to 31 percent, according to research firm IDC. Apple’s share has […] Read More →

Michelle Malkin: Deport the Tsarnaev Sisters

 The Sisters Tsarnaev have been nothing but trouble. Double, bubbling trouble. While their Boston Marathon bomber brother Dzhokhar awaits trial this month for the bloody 2012 attacks that killed three and injured hundreds, his elder Chechen immigrant siblings Ailina and Bella remain on the loose in the U.S. after their own frequent run-ins with the […] Read More →