The author of the widely disputed New York Times article on Benghazi was arrested for posing naked as a Princeton student. Far from the moderate journalist pose he strikes now, David D. Kirkpatrick was a prominent campus progressive and activist.
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The gay advocacy organization that pressured the A&E network into silencing Phil Robertson and Duck Dynasty has repeatedly called for censorship against content with which they disagree.
MSNBC host Ed Schultz didn't pay for his workers' health insurance despite advocating for single-payer health care.
MSNBC host Ed Schultz, who has repeatedly criticized opponents for owning private jets, owns multiple private jets and conceals his flight data from the public.
A California congresswoman whose late husband campaigned for the sympathy vote after a drunk driver hit them hired a serial hit-and-run drunk driver who ended up killing a young woman in a drunken accident.
The bureaucracy tasked with Obamacare implementation may be violating a law that requires government agencies to keep private information safe.
Although liberal commentators and Hollywood movies like "The Butler" blame Ronald Reagan for apartheid, Reagan repeatedly called for Nelson Mandela’s release and apartheid’s abolition.
J. David Cox, the national president of the American Federation of Government Employees, AFL-CIO, pledged to ignore the Supreme Court and said that he and the labor movement would "fight in the streets" against Republican governors' supporters of voter integrity efforts.
Twenty-nine year -old alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht is not the drug running kingpin the government claims he is, says his mother.
The founder of one of the most hated companies on Earth believes defense spending should "go on diet," worries about drone use, and was targeted by the IRS and Democrats for his troubles. He offered to help "save Darfur" and get warlord Joseph Kony yet was vilified by liberals and turned down by both the Bush and Obama State Departments. Meet the Erik Prince you don't know.
An official flow chart from the Department of Health & Human Services' Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services contradicts the White House claim that more than 100,000 Americans have enrolled in Obamacare exchanges.
The District of Columbia’s Retirement Board is invested in Iran through the state-owned, Putin-controlled Russian oil and natural gas company Gazprom, according to both local media reports and Gazprom itself.
Kowtowing to pressure from left-wing groups, liberal arts colleges in Southern California have banned a tradition of passing a peace pipe at homecoming football games --- at the same time that the schools brought fake Indian and mass-murder supporter Ward Churchill to campus.
The Department of Health and Human Service's Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services allowed state Obamacare exchanges to launch at the beginning of October without having an independent security assessment completed, as required by OMB guidelines and federal law.
In June 2010, less than three months after Obamacare was signed into law, Health & Human Services released initial regulations regarding "grandfathering" of insurance plans, defining which types of existing plans could continue to exist without meeting the new law's standards.
MIT professor Jonathan Gruber, who had a closed-door meeting with President Obama in Boston last week to discuss Obamacare, has resurfaced to defend the Affordable Care Act; but neither he nor the media that have given him a platform disclosed the $400,000 he was paid by the Department of Health & Human Services in 2009.
Twitter has repeatedly suspended an account critical of the Affordable Care Act.
Members of a Chicago-based Arab-American group connected to President Barack Obama have once again come under fire for their ties to terrorism.
Toni McCall Townes-Whitley, the former Princeton classmate of Michelle Obama whose company won the no-bid contract to build the HealthCare.gov website, was a student radical whose efforts included bringing a famous black communist to campus.