Private Sector Workers Paid Far Less Than Bureaucrats

Politics | Mark Tapscott
Morning breaks over the U.S. Capitol as the federal government reopens after a 16-day shutdown, in Washington

New Bureau of Economic Analysis finds civil servants' total compensation far ahead of private sector

Clemson University Sorry For Offending Mexicans By SERVING TACOS

Education | Eric Owens
taco Flickr/Creative Commons/TheCulinaryGeek

'A couple balloons, sombreros, and some tacos'

For Some Reason, Seth Rogen Doesn't Like The Idea Of A Black President

DC Trawler | Jim Treacher
Actor Seth Rogen arrives at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscars Party in West Hollywood

Remember him?

Channing Tatum's Hot Wife Poses Topless [PHOTOS]

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins
Actress/dancer Jenna Dewan-Tatum

And nudity is officially a trend


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Senior Fellow, CEI
The Harvard professor turned Senator thinks the American people are stupid
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Executive Director, Center for Politics and Governance, UT Austin
The World Bank announced the historic news that extreme global poverty will drop below 10 percent this year
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Few politicians today have the ability to reverse a candidate’s sagging fortunes like Bill does.
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I can’t promise there won’t be dark days ahead of us once the battle commences.
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Congressional Candidate
Today’s Democratic Party leaders would rather terminate the conversation than cultivate discussion or varied perspectives.
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Author, The Sword & Scabbard
In an increasingly violent society, our laws are reaffirming the defense of the soldiers in the Boston Massacre
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Happy hunting season 2015 America. May all your venison dreams come true.
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Research Fellow, Independent Institute
We should be careful in claiming that the rich are wealthy only at the expense of the poor
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Former Assistant Secretary of State
If Obergefell is the 'law of the land,' so was Dred Scott.
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Former Ohio Secretary of State
Conservatives are united in saying no to any big government fixes from Washington.