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Charles Krauthammer told viewers Thursday on "Special Report with Bret Baier" he is not surprised that Israeli-Palestinian peace talks have once again fallen apart. "It's a lesson we have to learn, re-learn, over-learn, every single time," the
But Wayne's His 1946 marriage to Chata, who barely spoke any English, was another disaster Her equally alcoholic mother moved in with the couple and Chata was soon complaining loudly that the workaholic Wayne was only in love with thee beezness' of
Bundy, 67, a rancher whose much-publicized land dispute with the federal government endeared him to conservatives, defended his comments as idle thoughts. "In my mind I'm wondering, are they better off being slaves, in that sense, or better off being
New York Democratic Congressman Hakeem Jeffries addressed fierce criticism that the Supreme Court's only African American justice, Clarence Thomas, faced after he helped uphold Michigan's ban on affirmative action in state university admissions. "I'
Sean Hannity interviewed MRC president Brent Bozell on his Fox News show on Wednesday night...MRC research on the revolving door between the objective media and the Obama administration, which now has a list of 30 people...It's always predominantly
Clive Bundy made some very inflammatory racial comments that are reported in the New York Times today...I don't know what he said, but the fact is, Clive Bundy is a side issue here, compared to what we're looking at in the State of Texas. He is an
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently slammed the U.S. news media as obsessed with celebrity and more driven by entertainment than hard news. Of course she's right, Media Research Center president Brent Bozell noted on the April 24
Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution If state Rep. Alisha Thomas Morgan, D-Austell, wins the Democratic primary in her race for Georgia superintendent, she'll have to do it without the backing of one of her more prominent party colleagues.
After commenting on the crass editorializing against one Republican candidate, one detractor repeated these hollow, liberal talking points: The Republican Party is extremely unpopular. . .due to its reputation nationally as extreme and aimed at the
The newly-minted borough leaderwho was recently quoted saying that Mayor Bill de Blasio was just keeping the seat warm for me for eight years. Maybe fouropenly admitted yesterday that he wants to be promoted one day to a position above his current