This is the world we live in. The Chinese city of Chongqing officially has a marked pedestrian lane for people who can’t stop texting and tweeting long enough to walk along the street. “There are lots of elderly people and children in our street, and walking with your cellphone may cause unnecessary collisions here,” Nong […]
Gallup poll finds majority of Americans lack faith in government’s ability to handle domestic and international problems
According to the results of Gallup’s “Governance” poll, Americans’ trust in government and its ability to solve problems both foreign and domestic is at a record low.
Colorado Senator Mark Udall (D) may have just done himself a disservice in his race to keep his seat in the Senate by defending President Obama’s cautious approach to the ISIS terrorist threat coming from Iraq and Syria.
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S. Truett Cathy, the credited creator of the irresistible, succulent Chick-fil-A sandwich, passed away Monday at 93, according to multiple reports.
It seems that the one thing a strong majority of Americans can agree on is transparency in a major branch of the U.S. government. Nearly 75 percent of Americans want the U.S. Supreme Court to allow video broadcast of its proceedings, according to a poll released Wednesday. About 74 percent of poll respondents preferred live […]
Although President Barack Obama is backtracking on his “no strategy” comments as fast as he can, it seems unlikely that the president will be able to change the public’s minds about his approach to foreign policy. Obama’s approach to foreign policy continues to be viewed as not tough enough, a new Pew Research Center poll […]
Despite the growing worldwide terrorist threats, new reports indicate that the U.S. still has not tightened one key area of homeland security — student visas. The Department of Homeland Security has lost track of more than 6,000 foreigners who entered the United States on student visas that have now expired, ABC News reports. This was a major […]
President Obama delivered remarks on the economy at Laborfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Monday that bared close resemblance to other speeches of his in both the recent and relatively distant past.
Sen. John McCain: Obama’s response to conflict in Middle East means he is ‘either in denial or overwhelmed’
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said President Barack Obama’s responses to the conflict in the Middle East shows he is “either in denial or overwhelmed.” McCain appeared on CBS’s “Face the Nation” Sunday and criticized the lack of strategy and clear foreign policy goals by the administration. “First of all, we must have a strategy. The […]
Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said President Barack Obama was “too cautious” when he made his now-infamous “We don’t have a strategy yet” comment on ISIS. “I think I’ve learned one thing about this president, and that is he’s very cautious. Maybe in this instance, too cautious,” Feinstein told Andrea Mitchell on NBC’s […]
Mitt Romney says ‘one out of a million’ chance he will run for president, says a younger Republican candidate could beat Hillary Clinton
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told Hugh Hewitt on his radio show Tuesday that there is a “one out of a million” chance that he will run for the Oval Office again in 2016.
President Obama delivered a speech at the American Legion’s 96th National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Tuesday and was met with little enthusiasm from a crowd of 10,000 American military veterans.
Hypocritical Hillary: Clinton attempts to distance herself from President Obama after supporting Obamacare
Hillary Clinton has a tough presidential race ahead of her if she decides to compete for the Oval Office in 2016, especially considering 56 percent of Americans disapprove of the way in which President Obama is handling health care.
John Boehner wants you to meet his pet monkey. Well, it’s not a real monkey, but the Speaker of the House certainly enjoys the company of the clapping wind-up monkey toy that has been a fixture on his coffee table since Boehner’s 62nd birthday.
Congressman Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) told the Tampa Bay Times Sunday during a stop in Brandon, Florida, to promote his new book that likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is “very beatable.”
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal had some harsh words for President Barack Obama Saturday as he gave the country’s leader a little history lesson. “I listened to the president last week as he appropriately conveyed Americans’ revulsion at this savage act and our grief at the Foley family’s loss. As usual, the president’s words were very […]
Rick Perry was indicted and practically no one cares because Americans already believe most politicians are corrupt
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) was indicted for abuse of power and coercion last week. And while the charges are legally dubious, the real question for Perry as a potential 2016 presidential hopeful is whether or not the American public will hold it against him. A recent Reason-Rupe poll finds that most Americans already believe most […]
If leading the country was a class in school, President Obama would probably be failing. In addition to his dismal approval ratings on health care, foreign policy and the economy, Obama is also getting poor grades from Americans on his education policies.