More than a decade ago I was a health policy analyst at the Heritage Foundation. While my knowledge of the weeds of that issue have (thankfully) faded with time, the general concepts and my principles have not. That’s why it’s so frustrating to watch the Republican Party so screw up the golden opportunity to rid the country of the failure that is Obamacare.
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The liberal American Civil Liberties Union has come out in support of conservative columnist Ann Coulter's right to speak on a public college campus Wednesday after the event was canceled.
Judge William Orrick, the federal judge who blocked President Donald Trump's executive order banning federal funds for cities that refuse to enforce immigration law, has a history of raising large sums of money for the Democratic Party.
Variety held its "Power of Women" luncheon in New York City Friday, and one of the honorees was Chelsea Clinton. While introducing the honorees, "Saturday Night Live" star Vanessa Bayer made a joke about Chelsea's mother, Hillary Clinton, losing the presidential election. Chelsea, after her remarks on childhood obesity, took a swipe at the comedienne's joke.
Super Bowl champion New England Patriots blasted The New York Times for spreading fake news about the number of Patriots' players who attended their White House ceremony.
The presidential election of 2016 shocked the world, but no one was more shocked than Hillary Clinton. A new book on the Clinton campaign contains the revelation that Clinton had to be pressured into conceding her loss on election night by President Barack Obama.
Wellesley College made news last month when professors declared "speakers with 'objectionable' views are not only offensive to students, but actually diminish their liberty." Now, the student newspaper at the elite private college has taken it a step further - justifying violence against anyone who "either continue to speak hate speech or refuse to adapt their beliefs" to accepted progressive norms, saying "then hostility may be warranted."
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was a huge box-office hit, so it's only natural that Screen Junkies would give it their "Honest Trailer" treatment.
Cary McCook, a 25-year-old Canadian man, had just been dropped off by a co-worker at a local inn when he was run over by something moving at a high rate of speed. It wasn't a car, or even a snowmobile; it was a galloping deer.
The news of targeted air strikes on a military base in Syria saw a mixed reaction from congressional Democrats on Twitter. Some supported the action, most disapproved.
The re-election of a local mayor is rarely news beyond the fact that it happened.
Voodoo Doughnut in Denver was known for running an eating challenge -- eat a half-pound donut in 80 seconds and it's free. A 42-year-old man at one of their locations took up the challenge and ended up dying of asphyxia. The challenge has since been suspended.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews and MSNBC contributor David Corn believe they know why Republicans have a problem with President Barack Obama's former National Security Advisor Susan Rice - her gender and her skin color.
Media darling Chelsea Clinton told CBS News This Morning Tuesday she is not running for president "right now."
President Donald Trump's focus on deporting criminal illegal aliens has led to a boom in one particular business -- tattoo removal.
To mark the 45th anniversary of the Watergate investigation, The Washington Post ran a column by actor Robert Redford, who played reporter Bob Woodward in "All The President's Men," on the importance of journalism last week.
Airlines all have their own uniforms for flight attendants, but those uniforms were never a reason customers choose to fly a particular airline...until now. VietJet, a regional airline in Vietnam, has its young flight attendants dress in corporate colored bikinis, and that marketing gimmick has helped the company's CEO, Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, become the country's first self-made female billionaire.
David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt, pro-life activists who filmed Planned Parenthood and employees of other abortion groups offering to sell organs from aborted babies in a series of undercover videos, have been indicted on 15 felony counts by the state of California.