Time for Major Tax Reform?12/23/14
Partisan rancor set back bipartisan efforts to reform the U.S. tax system this year but activists are holding out hope that the incoming Republican Congress and President Obama can agree on ways to provide some relief to American businesses and bring...
Remembering Famous Faces in Politics, Sports, Media and Business
As the year comes to a close, we take time to reflect upon those family members and friends who died in 2014. As we cope with the loss and hold on to cherished memories, there are others who died this year that we may not have known personally, but we...
Legends Lost in Arts and Entertainment
2014 was a memorable year in many ways, but just like every other year, there were man famous names and faces who died over the past 12 months, leaving us with only the memories. Today, we look back on those we lost in the arts and entertainment: HE...
Transgenders in the Military?
Attorney General Eric Holder says federal laws against sex discrimination in the workplace ought to apply to transgenders and activists already say they will push for an end to the ban on transgenders in the U.S. military. Last week, Holder quietly...
Capitol Steps Christmas
The Capitol Steps ring in the season with two Christmas Carol parodies, as they poke fun at former Vice President Al Gore's ongoing insistence that the earth faces imminent doom from global warming and give Homeland Security's version of "The Night...
Sony's 'Slippery Slope'
The Danish newspaper editor who published the cartoon of Mohammed with a bomb in his turban is blasting Sony for caving in to hackers demanding that it scrap a movie depicting the assassination of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. Flemming Rose is...
Obama's 'Ideological Tick' Leads to Cuba Embrace
President Obama's outreach to Cuba is simply a product of his leftist ideology and rewards an oppressive communist regime while gaining nothing for the United States, according to former U.S. Ambassador to the United States John Bolton. On Wednesday,...
Cuba Policy Shows Obama 'Switching Sides'
Former Reagan administration Pentagon official Frank Gaffney alleges President Obama's plan to pursue normal diplomatic relations with the communist regime in Cuba is yet another example of the president "switching sides" and embracing some of our...
Cuccinelli Rips Attacks on Cruz, Lee as Establishment 'Canard'
Many Republicans are furious at Senators Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) for demanding a vote related to the president's unilateral action on immigration and allegedly aiding lame duck Senate Democrats with their agenda, but Senate...
'The Flag Is the Message'
Terrorism expert Dr. Walid Phares says the terrorism that unfolded in an Australian cafe is indicative of Islamic terrorist groups focusing on much smaller targets rather than massive events like 9/11 and he says politically correct commentary during...
'This Was a Huge Surrender'
The House of Representatives avoided a government shutdown Thursday night, but Rep. Tom McClintock says it came at the cost of letting the outgoing Senate Democratic majority have control over government spending for nine months after they lose power...
'They've Largely Succeeded in Driving Out Christians'
Open Doors USA President and CEO Dr. David Curry says Christians are on the verge of extinction in Iraq but also that the intense persecution started long before the rise of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Open Doors USA is one of the...
Dems 'Wish to Disarm the CIA'
Former CIA official Herb Meyer calls Tuesday's report by Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee nothing more than "intellectual junk food" that could get agents killed and says he wonders what activities are actually permissible for the...
Should Virginia Kill or Crank up the Car Tax?
More than a dozen years after leading a drastic reduction in Virginia's "car tax", former Gov. Jim Gilmore is fighting to protect the cuts and kill the tax altogether while members of both parties seek to raise it again to fund an ever-expanding...
No Greater Valor
Seventy years ago this month, American heroes successfully held the small crossroads town of Bastogne, repelling Nazi Germany's last chance at a settled peace and making total victory in Europe all but guaranteed. Acclaimed author and reporter Dr....
Minnesota Gender Games
Come August of next year, high school students in Minnesota will be permitted to play sports on teams with whatever gender they "identify" with, rather than what their biological gender would dictate, and a leading Christian family group believes this...
Judge Napolitano: Amnesty Moves Warrant Impeachment
Fox News Channel Senior Judicial Analyst Andrew Napolitano is unimpressed by states suing the federal government over President Obama unilaterally changing immigration laws or by House Republicans pushing legislation to forbid Obama from moving...
'They've Decided to Withhold Every Single Page'
Just days after admitting the existence of documents that show the IRS shared confidential taxpayer information with the White House, the Treasury Department is now refusing to hand over the papers due to what it calls privacy and disclosure issues....
'We Have to Reel This President In'
House Republicans plan to push the immigration funding fight into next Spring, when the GOP will control all of Capitol Hill, but one departing House member says lawmakers need to act more decisively to block President Obama's executive order on...
GOP Charts Course for Amnesty Pushback
House Republicans are launching a two-headed strategy to stop President Obama's executive orders on immigration that will both reject the president's actions with legislation while simultaneously targeting funding for their enforcement. Timing is...
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