CNN International’s Lucy Pawle saw something disturbing when she left work Saturday, or at least she thought she had. What she thought she saw was a man dressed in black waiving an ISIS flag in London’s annual gay pride parade.
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As soon as Republican Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal announced he was running for president, progressive comedians pulled out the long knives to smear him with racist taunts.
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. city councilman Joe Rich (D-Ward 2) is retiring after his term expires next year. As he is not seeking reelection, Rich finds himself liberated. When reminded that this will be his last year, Rich told the constituent, "That's why I can say what I want."
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton found herself on the receiving end of a politically correct firestorm after speaking on race issues at a church in Florissant, Mo., near Ferguson. What caused the outcry? Three words: all lives matter.
Leading Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the nation that she only used one device, a Blackberry, for her official email while secretary of state, and she promised those emails were secure. But new emails to her friend Sidney Blumenthal casts doubt on that assertion.
The wife of Silvan Shalom, Israel's vice prime minister and interior minister, tweeted and quickly deleted a "stupid joke" about President Barack Obama and race Sunday.
"Today" show host Savannah Guthrie asked South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley if, after the tragic terrorist attack in South Carolina, maybe it was time to "rethink" the Second Amendment.
As the fight to remove the Confederate flag from the state House grounds in South Carolina heats up, politicians are weighing in on the debate.
The president of the United States is “heartbroken” over the tragic murder of nine parishioners at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C. So much so, in fact, that he could only bring himself to attend two fundraisers in San Francisco the day after the massacre.
In less than a three-hour period, the official Twitter account of Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton praised Pope Francis and directly contradicted his encyclical on climate change.
Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore called on someone, anyone in South Carolina to go to the state capital "2 tear that flag down now." "That flag" is the Confederate flag that flies on the grounds of the state capital at a memorial to Confederate soldiers.
After releasing an encyclical calling on the faithful to fight climate change, Pope Francis sent out more than 50 in 24 hours, telling his 6.35 million followers about the need to change the way markets function and how people live their lives, and calling for a "bold cultural revolution" in order to protect the planet.
CNN morning show anchor and noted First Amendment expert Chris Cuomo believes guns are the problem in America today, or more precisely the ability to get gun. So when President Barack Obama used the Charleston Church Massacre to advance the issue of gun control, Cuomo jumped at the chance to parrot his call.
Before the first body is buried, before the monster who did it is caught, the liberal website Salon has declared the horrific Charleston church massacre "violence white America must answer for."
The FBI has identified the suspect in the Charleston, South Carolina shooting: 21 year old Dylann Roof.
The Baltimore chapter of the Fraternal Order of Police is not happy with City Hall, state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby, or Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts. The FoP accuse each of them, in one way or another, of obstructing a police investigation into what happened during the Baltimore riots and who, if anyone, ordered police to “stand down” in the face of brick and bottles being hurled at officers.
Sometimes you just have to laugh at the news, and some people make that easier to do.
In addition to unleashing no-talents with names like “Kardashian” and “The Situation” on society, reality television has long been mocked for being fake. So it’s only fitting that the genre dominating so many cable networks these days would embrace the current fraud sweeping the nation – former head of the NAACP Spokane chapter Rachel Dolezal.
It was only a matter of time before the bizarre saga of Rachel Dolezal became a foil for taking swipes at those who oppose other progressive causes. The first out of the box is climate change.