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Republican Rep. Peter King said Wednesday that Sen. Rand Paul as president would be disastrous, charging that the Kentucky senator brings discussions on national security and foreign policy to a hysterical level...King, who has been harshly critical
The Life and Times of Pat Buchanan." (CNN) -- When did conservatives become prisoners to idiotic vulgarity? I ask that question as someone who self-defines as conservative and who is sick and tired of being embarrassed by Ted Nugent.
Back in 2012, when ABC News broke the story of an industrial beef byproduct being secretly added to children's lunches, the nation was outraged. And a major purveyor of that byproduct, South Dakota-based Beef Products Inc. (BPI), suffered massive
President Obama's appointees at the Department of Labor are wasting department time and resources with a number of dubious taxpayer-funded projects, the National Review reported Thursday, citing interviews with anonymous staff members. Staffers
The iconic monarch butterfly migration may soon be a thing of the past. Flickr via Creative Commons/mikebaird A climate scientist's defamation lawsuit could deal a killing blow to conservative publication National Review. Writer Mark Steyn accused
I have written previously about the very distressing, by which I mean high-larious', legal woes of National Review which is being sued for letting contributor Mark Steyn defame climate scientist Michael Mann for comparing him to child molester Jerry
Ted Cruz on 'Limits on the Treaty Power' ( Harvard Law Review )
Jonah Goldberg told viewers Wednesday on Special Report with Bret Baier that the rollout of ObamaCare has turned out to be the biggest domestic policy lie in American political history from a sitting president." "But even more significant than that,"
The National Park Service has refused to honor Freedom of Information Act requests regarding conversations on barricading Mount Vernon during the government shutdown...It would have a chilling effect on the agency's deliberative processes, according
book author, magazine publisher, televised debater...Indeed, to remember Bill -- who would have turned 88 recently -- is to remember modern conservatism's stellar leader. Bill was an entrepreneur whenever he needed to be, and more often than most of