Victory Film Group, the company behind the Sarah Palin documentary “The Undefeated,” announced that it will be releasing the controversy-sparking film to Video-On-Demand and Pay-Per-View services on September 1, in order to attract a wider audience.
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A Republican bill to repeal the 2007 law that banned the sale of incandescent light bulbs failed Tuesday. To commemorate the occasion, WMAL host Brian Wilson has recorded a song begging permission to use traditional bulbs --- and to end the ban on traditional light bulbs. WMAL is ABC's talk radio affiliate in Washington, D.C.
Dollar coins may not be popular among most Americans, but they sure are for people who like to travel for free.
Allegations of corruption, conflicts of interest, free-speech violations and political intimidation have entrenched the government of Quartzsite, Ariz., and its police chief, against its own mayor and police force.
Almost 190,000 jobs could be created by 2013 if offshore drilling returns to pre-spill levels, according to a study sponsored by two oil trade groups, the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA) and the American Petroleum Institute (API).
Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann signed a pledge vowing to oppose “any redefinition of the institution of marriage,” and to protect women and children from “all forms of pornography and prostitution, infanticide, abortion and other types of coercion or stolen innocence.”
The pearls are “absolutely non-negotiable,” according to Meryl Streep in her newest role as Margaret Thatcher in the upcoming film “The Iron Lady” set to hit theaters December 16.
The Senate has voted 47-51 against an amendment to eliminate the White House's ability to appoint and fund policy czars. Republican Sens. David Vitter of Louisiana, Rand Paul of Kentucky, Dean Heller of Nevada and Chuck Grassley of Iowa, introduced the amendment yesterday.
Four Republican senators seek to cut off money to czars in the Obama administration and force current and future czars to undergo Senate confirmations.
This past Monday the federal Third Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled, En banc, that public schools cannot punish students for online speech made off-campus.
Florida GOP Rep. Allen West loves the American flag.
The irresponsible use of social media has driven Rep. Anthony Weiner, New York Democrat, into a scandalous limelight. The question: is it a sign of the times?
The Daily Caller's Michael Mayday interviewed different folks and filmed Saturday's Jefferson Memorial dance party, which was shut down by police officials after less than an hour.