Nearly two months have passed since the partial government shutdown ended and the disastrous Obamacare rollout began. While the President’s overall approval ratings have been thrust into a downward spiral, opinions of his leadership as Commander in Chief have also taken a turn for the worst.
Free speech and due process guaranteed by the First and Fifth Amendments remains intact on college campuses as federal officials have backed away from implementing the “blueprint” for campus speech restrictions issued by the Departments of Education and Justice in May.
The George Washington University Young America’s Foundation and College Republicans welcomed former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain to campus Monday night, and the former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza delivered a slice of sharp criticism.
‘Save a life, lose your job’ might be a suitable slogan for the Circle K franchise after it fired a store’s clerks earlier this week because he used a gun to protect himself during an attempted armed robbery.
Winning a second term isn’t the only thing newly re-elected New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie proved capable of this week.
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) ran into trouble last week when he openly acknowledged one of the Senate immigration bill’s largest flaws.
Why bother getting a job when you can jam out, surf and enjoy sushi with your bros, thanks to government food stamps?
Taking a break from an economic talking tour and his feud with Russian President Vladimir Putin, President Barack Obama arrived Saturday in Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., for a vacation with his family — and the first activity on his agenda is anything but a surprise.
What’s perhaps is surprising, however, is that the POTUS might not be a very good golfer.