I wish I could say that President Obama’s speech outlining his plans to "degrade and ultimately destroy" ISIS was a convincing one. Unfortunately it wasn’t.
Atlanta Hawks owner is not a racist, yet he’s being portrayed as one by lazy reporters and headline writers who seem to believe that a “good” story for them today.
Investigators for the New York Department of Health as well as other agencies have begun intensive probes into in determining what happened to Joan Rivers.
Solid Obama supporters are having emotional and political fits that are politically embarrassing to the president.
The Obama administration has merely delayed, not renounced, the idea of granting amnesty to illegal aliens without enactment of legislation by Congress.
The impetus of the delay is a political calculation to insulate red State Democrats from unilateral action by the President.
One way to ensure lower-income Americans do not fall victim to further economic duress is to make electricity bills more affordable.
Regardless, the women – all actresses and models – deserve an expectation of privacy with regard to their personal photos. As do we all! And that’s the point.
One of the cons of being a celebrity is risking being exposed; getting hacked and your nudes leaked.
It may be time to reconsider the balance between the First Amendment guarantee of free speech and an individual’s reasonable expectation of privacy.
Rev. Rodriguez says that because of his commitment to religious freedom and to defending unborn life he feel a profound ambivalence about the President’s pending action on...
Fact is, no government should control what, when or how much people should eat or buy. That should be left up to he people.
The Colombian starlet, known for her humor, clearly knows how to have some good-natured fun with her sexpot image. Yet, the Internet exploded in outrage.
States still persist to work around, over, or through the 1982 Supreme Court ruling, attempting to keep some children out of school.
The National Index on Corruption and Good Governance shows that in 2010 there were 200 million acts of corruption in Mexico. And the situation is not improving.