The latest round of Congressional hearings on the terrorist attack in Benghazi are a “partisan witch hunt” by Republicans that serve no real purpose and are solely meant to make the Obama administration look bad. That was the gist of a “Saturday Night Live” skit this weekend that attempted to humiliate House Oversight and Government Reform Chair Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) and Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), as well as undermine the importance of the Benghazi whistleblowers’ testimonies last week.
Students walking across the stage at graduation this spring probably feel like they can conquer the world, but a majority of Americans aren’t nearly as enthused about their capabilities.
Dennis Rodman is headed back to North Korea because, in the former NBA star’s opinion, the President hasn’t been able to accomplish much.
Someone needs to sit down and explain the Benghazi attack and subsequent outrage to HBO‘s Bill Maher, because he just doesn’t get it.
Rumors that Phil Robertson – host of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” – threatened to quit the show if guns and God are removed are not true, reports “TheBlaze.“
It’s one of those unspoken truths in Washington – that it’s easier for a man to get away with deviant behavior than a woman, especially when it comes to extramarital affairs.
Earlier this week, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) introduced legislation in the Senate that would make the interest rate for federal student loans the same as it is for banks and large corporations. Yet the bill, her first since becoming the Bay State’s senior senator in January, will do more harm than good to the students she claims to cherish, while enriching only a select few at their expense.