At a candidate forum at the First Baptist Church of Charleston West Virginia on Saturday, billionaire businessmen and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jim Justice was asked why the African-American community should give him their votes.
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One would be hard-pressed to find a more depraved extended family than the princes of Saudi Arabia this side of a John Waters movie.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was among the first to call for the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia's battle flag to come down in public spaces.
As a "vertically integrated digital media company," the investment fund known as the New Republic still produces dead-tree editions to keep up appearances. Once the flagship magazine of American liberals --- the white ones, anyway --- it also must keep up appearances in an ideological sense despite the billionaire CEO Chris Hughes, the spouse of a failed Democratic congressional candidate, taking the company in a more capitalistic direction. For example, the cover story in this month's issue is a tissue of misrepresentations by a self-styled Christian socialist about conservative and traditional Catholics.
Rep. Mia Love Decries New ‘Slavery’ Of ‘Being Dependent On People In Power’ At RNC Black Outreach Event
At a Republican National Committee event at Washington DC's Howard Theater Wednesday afternoon, rising conservative star Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) exhorted the audience to "remove ourselves from a different kind of slavery, the slavery that comes from being dependent on people in power.”
You can learn a lot about a society by what it blacklists and punishes people for. No banker will ever see the inside of a prison for their role in the 2008 financial crisis. No elected official has been driven out of politics for supporting the foolish and reckless wars of the post-9/11 era. Lois Lerner has retired with a generous pension, in all likelihood proud of her work.
Wednesday night in DC, MIT professor Barry Posen took aim at Washington's bipartisan foreign policy consensus, arguing for a guiding ethic of restraint, as opposed to the "liberal hegemony" currently endorsed by both Democratic and Republican elites.
The group that hosted one of the largest ecumenical Christian gatherings to address religious persecution in years last Wednesday night, which was crashed in dramatic fashion by junior Senator from Texas Ted Cruz, is calling for an apology from The Weekly Standard for remarks made by senior editor Lee Smith on Twitter regarding the incident. Smith accused the crowd of showing its "ISIS face" when some in the crowd which included many Arab Christians booed the Senator for goading them with successively more politically-charged lines about Israel.
Our adolescent nation -- let's call him Sam -- is having a bad night. After having had too much to drink, he's already picked several unwise fights. Though he's a big guy and the best fighter in the room, he's sitting in a corner with a shiner, his inebriated mind rather surprised that anyone could have scored any hits at all.
The problem with mass murderers is it's so hard to make them fit a narrative.
Rand Paul has taken a page from the foreign policy views of the anti-colonial left, according to my colleague, TheDC's Jamie Weinstein. Since we value diversity of opinion here at the Daily Caller, I'd like to strongly disagree with all of his points.
Inviting Ted Nugent to appear on the campaign trail is like carting around a moon bounce. He adds very little of substance, but he's a big draw for the children.
Next weekend, the second-largest government building will play host to a white nationalist confab, entitled "The Future of Identity," featuring some of the far right's most notorious speakers, theorists and figureheads.
Why does the National Review want the United States to take stronger measures against Bashir al-Assad when the majority of its contributors, along with the American public, seem to be wary of any kind of intervention?
On the floor of the House today, Democratic congressman Charlie Rangel once more offered his support for a mandatory draft as a way of ensuring the military doesn't draw overwhelmingly from the lower-earning echelons of American society.
Bestiality isn't a common subject of White House press briefings.
Someone at the Republican National Commitee is probably kicking himself after inadvertently letting a Yahoo News reporter in on a private strategy session.