Michigan Man Fired For Flying Confederate Flag

US | Philip DeVoe
confederate flag public domain

'I felt like I had the right to express myself'

Obama's Latest Broadside Against Conservative Media

Politics | Steve Guest
U.S. President Barack Obama prepares to board Air Force One on the way back to Washington after a presidential visit to New Orleans, Louisiana

When I first ran for president, 'I didn't seem scary, other than just having a funny name'

Photo Of Cop Holding Nervous Woman's Hand Gets Insane Amount Of Support From Public

US | Emma Colton
(Screen shot/ABC30)

'I appreciate good officers'

They're Not Real, And They're Spectacular! 11 Celebs With Boob Jobs

Entertainment | Kaitlan Collins

The perks of being famous


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President of Corporate Affairs, American Target Advertising, Inc.
To call the selling of this bill false advertising is being generous. It’s more like selling out the rest of America to protect special interests.
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Former Ohio Secretary of State
Looking the other way is never the answer when confronted by evil.
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Senior Political Analyst
Non-drivers are more likely to be elderly, minority, poor, and disabled – voters Democrats like to claim as their own.
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Freelance Policy Writer
The turn to redistributionist rhetoric shows how tired Americans are of the technocratic elite
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Retina Surgeon
Lawmakers need to understand the consequences of their knee-jerk legislation
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Senior Contributor, CNBC
It can solve the economy and the GOP’s grassroots revolt. What’s the holdup?
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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.