With Ramadi under ISIS control, Mark Steyn tore apart President Barack Obama Thursday for focusing on climate change instead of the terror group's threat during his Wednesday speech to the Coast Guard.
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Following the State Department's assertion Thursday that a review of current strategy against ISIS will not be taking place, Charles Krauthammer argued that the Obama administration is "sounding like Baghdad Bob" during the Iraqi invasion because the U.S. is "losing."
Hillary Clinton may be "evolving" on immigration in the early stages of the 2016 race, but pro-amnesty Rep. Luis Gutierrez admitted Wednesday that he's seen the flip flop involving her past statements on the issue.
On the heels of uninspired reactions from an Iowa focus group, "Morning Joe" co-host Joe Scarborough sounded the lack-of-enthusiasm alarm Thursday for former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush among potential Republican primary voters.
Former acting CIA director Michael Morell said Wednesday that al Qaida in Iraq (AQI) "would never have rebounded" if President Barack Obama had left a number of troops rather than pulling out forces in 2011.
Perry On Bill Clinton Paid Speeches: ‘There’s A Clear Quid Pro Quo,’ ‘It’s Getting So Smelly’ [AUDIO]
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry went on the offensive against the practices of the Clintons Wednesday, saying there's a "clear quid pro quo" with speeches given by Bill Clinton over the past few years.
Limbaugh Rips ‘Public Buffoon’ Chris Christie: ‘Does This Guy Not Know He’s Not Popular Anymore?’ [AUDIO]
While discussing the early stages of the GOP 2016 field Wednesday, conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh openly wondered why Chris Christie is contemplating a presidential run while receiving low marks among those in his own state.
President Barack Obama argued Wednesday that it's a "dereliction of duty" to deny the existence of climate change during his commencement address to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Conservative columnist Mark Steyn blasted Hillary Clinton Tuesday night after the former secretary of state spoke to reporters for the first time in nearly a month, saying she's doing nothing more than playing games.
National Journal columnist Ron Fournier ripped Hillary Clinton for her media strategy on the heels of her brief Q&A with the press Tuesday in Iowa.
One day after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie defended the NSA's surveillance tactics, Sen. Mike Lee took direct aim at the potential 2016 candidate Tuesday, calling him out for saying civil liberties cannot be enjoyed "if you're in a coffin."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was pressed Tuesday over her recent financial disclosure report showing that she (along with husband Bill Clinton) made $30 million since the beginning of 2014, with $25 million coming from paid speeches.
It took a little less than a month, but Hillary Clinton finally answered questions from the media after a discussion with business leaders in Cedar Falls, Iowa on Tuesday.
Joe Scarborough and the "Morning Joe" team continued to have fun at the expense of ABC's George Stephanopoulos Tuesday morning after the New York Post revealed the "Good Morning America" host's supposed $105 million deal with the network.
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer ripped Hillary Clinton's continued dodging of the media as the Democratic presidential candidate has now gone 27 days without taking a question from the press.
Hillary Clinton may be making another appearance in Iowa, but could it be Martin O'Malley that's revving up the far-left portion of the Democratic base in the Hawkeye State?
President Barack Obama remarked Monday that the Americans must be able to "deal honestly with issues of race" during an address to youth and law enforcement in Camden, N.J.
Rush Limbaugh took to the air Monday and, once again, ripped into ABC News' George Stephanopoulos as talk about his $75,000 donation to the Clinton Foundation carries on.
Sen. Lindsey Graham seems ready to join the cadre of Republicans running for president in 2016.