The media noticed that this year's Oscars ceremony contained a lot of political tub-thumping, but they didn't notice that these speeches were predictable and obnoxious left-wing screeds.
Labor unions have contributed about $575,000 to the 14 Democratic senators who voted Wednesday against right-to-work legislation being fast-tracked through the state Legislature, according to a Wisconsin Reporter review of campaign finance records.
In an impassioned speech to an influential anti-tax group, Jeb Bush ticked through eight years of tax cuts and economic growth during his time as Florida governor, and said it could be done nationally.
House Republican leaders are looking at passing a stopgap funding bill to prevent an imminent partial shutdown of the Homeland Security Department, Fox News is told, as lawmakers struggle to reach a long-term deal.
Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker rolled up his sleeves on Thursday and picked up where he left off last month in Iowa -- trying to win over his party’s conservative base on the way to a potential 2016 White House run.
At the turn of the 21st century, the editorial board at the New York Times published an editorial on amnesty for illegal aliens. That the paper would print a piece on that topic comes as no surprise, but the angle the editors took in 2000 would surely be dismissed by todays editorial staff.
Rule One: If you want to sell anything --a candidacy, a message, a byline (and especially books)-- accept as many interviews as possible, giving priority to those settings with the largest audience, but understanding that ultimate audience often depends upon amplification of the first interview by social media.
In the last two months, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has gone from marginal to mainstream, failed to fascinating in the eyes of prospective voters, and inconsequential to intriguing to the ears and mouths of talking heads looking for another Republican Presidential contender to dissect then disintegrate.
A New York Times article this past Tuesday titled, "Teenage Girl Leaves for ISIS, and Others Follow," by Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura, struck close to home for me. The three young women who left London to enlist in ISIS in Syria were 16, 15 and 15.
Jackie Gingrich Cushman
Well, we can put to rest the notion that State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf committed a gaffe when she said that more jobs would keep Islamic militants from their genocidal mission.
As a professional workplace expert, I have a problem with people who tell you they're professional workplace experts. Unfortunately, for me, there are lots them around. Unfortunately for you, they always seem to pop up when you need them least. That is to say -- when you're feeling most desperate about looking for a job.
What if the current massive spying on Americans began with an innocent secret executive order signed by President Reagan in 1986? What if Reagan contemplated that he was only authorizing American spies to spy on foreign spies unlawfully present in the U.S.?
Judge Andrew Napolitano