Obama and Biden are so Michelle-whipped that they jog in circles around the White House on command [VIDEO]
Well, well, well. What do we have here?
Julie Boonstra is a woman who shared her Obamacare ordeal with Michigan voters through an ad paid for by Americans for Prosperity -- a national, grassroots organization that really doesn't want D.C. taking over health care. And in the past two weeks, she has had the dubious distinction of adding being called a liar by the leader of the U.S. Senate to her list of worries -- a list that already included a potentially deadly cancer, being the single mother of two children and, well, that Obamacare thing. (BEDFORD: The (real) life of Julie)
Well, well, well. What do we have here?
The Congressional Budget Office has more bad news for President Barack Obama: His economic recovery isn't working -- and is much worse than the previous four recoveries.
UPDATE: Attorney General Eric Holder was discharged from the hospital and is resting at home, CBS reports.
Ronan Farrow's new MSNBC show debuted this week.
Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel's 2015 budgets calls to shrink the U.S. Army to a pre-WWII level through billions of dollars in cuts, according to a plan to be unveiled Monday afternoon on Capitol Hill.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power tweeted early Monday morning that, "Daniel Pearl's story is reminder that individual accountability & reconciliation are required to break cycles of violence."
Last week, The Washington Post began grumbling about an Americans for Prosperity (AFP) ad featuring Julie Boonstra, a woman with leukemia who was thrown into expensive uncertainty by Obamacare, with Greg Sargent lamenting the tragedy of its effectiveness and Glenn Kessler asking for more proof. (BEDFORD: The Post is pretty worried about the people Obamacare hurts)
So this Maine bro was in the middle of the woods just untying his baby moose last month when the little guy hopped up and whooped him.
One of the problems with making everybody's business your business, is it becomes your business. Like, say, making someone's health care your business, whether by fining them for not having it; dismissing their plans as sub-par; telling them what services they have to pay for; and in many cases, getting their plans outright canceled.
Is anyone more hypocritical than a professional environmentalist? In case folks need a hint, see this month's exhibit: As North American environmental activists throw all of their energy and resources into blocking Canada from selling its oil to the United States, they have haven't made a peep over Iran increasing its own oil exports.
Denmark banned the kosher and halal slaughter of animals effective Monday, with Dan Jørgensen, the minister for agriculture and food, stating that "animal rights come before religion."
A mystery of the world's most famous portrait may be on the cusp of being solved.
The United States is nearly completely reliant on China for its supply of lifesaving antibiotics.
At a Monday conference hosted by Heritage Action, conservatives presented the policy agenda for a center-right Republican Party.
In an apparent a clear snub to President Barack Obama, Russia chose a politician and former Olympian who publicly made a racist joke about Obama and the first lady to light the torch for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
In a speech during Thursday morning's National Prayer Breakfast, President Barack Obama acknowledged, "It’s also clear that around the world, freedom of religion is under threat."
President Barack Obama once again promised to close Guantanamo Bay Tuesday night as he wrapped up a long speech on how he thinks he's doing as president of the United States.
Media Matters, a liberal activist organization founded by Hillary Clinton loyalist David Brock, is mighty ticked at The New York Times. In a Friday blog post, the organization complained about the cover The New York Times Magazine used for an article about her called "Planet Hillary."
A retired commander of the Swiss Guard slammed the Vatican over the weekend, telling Swiss weekly Schweiz am Sonntag that rumors of a cabal of gay clergy are true, and a threat to the security of the pope.
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