Ingraham: 'Romney is Losing'
On Friday, conservative radio show host Laura Ingraham ripped into Mitt Romney’s campaign. After citing CNN and Fox polls that show President Obama has opened a lead on Governor Romney nationally, and polls that show Romney lagging behind Obama ...
Reid's History of Groundless Accusations
Senator Harry Reid (D., Nev.), the topic of Rich’s column today, has a history of making dubious claims. When the Democrat made his first bid for U.S. Senate, Reid lodged a number of unsubstantiated claims against his GOP ...
Ted Cruz Talks to Chris Wallace
On Sunday, Texas Republican Senate candidate and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz talked to Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday. The former Texas solicitor general defeated Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in a come-from-behind win in Tuesday’s runoff primary race.
They Put the Bad in Badminton
Four women’s doubles teams, two from South Korea and one each from China and Indonesia, were disqualified from Olympic badminton on Wednesday for throwing their matches in order to better their odds of playing weaker opponents in later rounds. ...
Scalia Talks to Chris Wallace
Rarely do Supreme Court justices give interviews, but today on Fox News Sunday, Justice Antonin Scalia talked to Chris Wallace. Scalia discussed recent decisions concerning health care, gun control, abortion, and more.
Wallace began the interview asking Scalia about his ...
MSNBC Already Politicizing Shooting
Just hours after a horrible shooting in Colorado that left a dozen dead and many more wounded, MSNBC’s NOW with Alex Wagner brought up the issue of gun control.
Contributor and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell blames what he ...
Rubio Responds to SCOTUS Decision
According to the Florida Senator, “millions of Americans will have an IRS problem.”
Stocks Take a Hit Amid SCOTUS Ruling
Stocks plummet after hearing news that Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare. On one hand, SCOTUS did what President Obama and many Democrats would not do – admit that the mandate is a tax. On the other hand, individuals and businesses must now ...
CNN Gets Tough on Pro-Obama Super PAC
On Thursday’s Situation with Wolf Blizter, Bill Burton of Priorities USA Action responded to the recent controversy surrounding his Super PAC’s misleading ad connecting Mitt Romney to the death of the wife a laid-off steelworker, Joe Soptic. The ...
Republicans Strike Back Against Reid
Senator Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) and RNC Chairman Reince Priebus slammed Harry Reid last week for an unsubstantiated claim the Senate majority leader made on Thursday that Mitt Romney “hasn’t paid any taxes for ten years.”
“I actually ...
The much-decorated American swimmer swam his final individual Olympic race on Friday, and, not surprisingly, he took the gold. Phelps swam the 100-meter butterfly in 51.21 in a come-from-behind win.
Via USA Today:
Arguably the greatest Olympian in history, he won ...
New Study Disputes NOAA's Evidence on Climate Change
Yesterday, Anthony Watts of Watts Up With That? released a scientific discussion paper that calls into question the data used by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to suggest climate change is a reality.
The paper, co-authored with Dr. John ...
Breaking: CNN Chief Calls It Quits
CNN Worldwide President Jim Walton announced his decision to leave the cable network in an email to staff workers on Friday. Walton also told his staff that he will stay until the end of the year, while the company looks ...
Source: Roberts Switched Sides
On Face the Nation this morning, CBS legal correspondent and Supreme Court watcher Jan Crawford seems to have confirmed the theory that Chief Justice John Roberts originally voted to strike down the individual mandate before switching his vote, and that ...
Murdoch: "They're Doing High Fives At the White House"
The News Corporation Chairman and CEO talked to Neil Cavuto earlier today about the Supreme Court’s decision regarding Obamacare.
“I’m a little surprised,” said Murdoch of the result. “It will be seen as a big victory for the ...
Laura Ingraham Talks to John Boehner about Fast and Furious
The radio show host asked the House Speaker about F & F, the contempt vote, executive privilege, and more.
He told Ingraham:
While politically this may not be the smartest thing to do, we have taken an oath and office and ...