American universities have long become freedom-free zones — zero tolerance for free speech on topics such as gay marriage and the right of Israel to exist is pretty much the norm these days.
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Well, guess who is endorsing the new House probe into Benghazi — none other than former CIA Director Leon Panetta.
The head of the BLM, Nevadan Neil Kornze, said it will hold “lawbreakers” like Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy accountable.
Now comes another example of an Obama White House spinning and lying. A new book by Timothy Geithner tells the story of how the White House wanted him to go on the Sunday talk shows and lie about how Social Security doesn’t contribute at all to the deficit.
When it comes to congressional leadership, history will never mistake Harry Reid for Robert Byrd. That would be like going from the ridiculous to the sublime at the speed of light.
If it were not for the surfacing of that undisclosed e-mail, Democrats might have a case that we don’t need another probe into the death of the U.S. ambassador in Benghazi, Libya.
President Obama has declared 2014 as the “Year of Action.”
Two men appeared on the national stage in April in the form of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and Los Angeles Clippers basketball team owner Donald Sterling. Both made racially insensitive statements.
Although Toyota is playing it coy for the reasons behind the move of its national headquarters from Los Angeles to Dallas, you don’t have to be an economist to know why.
I don’t begrudge any president domestic travel. It’s part of being a leader. No matter how you cut it, it is expensive.
One of the Big Lies told by liberals about the Obama Administration is how caring and tender this government is toward the middle class.
It is now clear based on new email traffic from President Obama’s men that the White House launched a coordinated effort to make sure the Benghazi attack was incorrectly pinned on an Internet video and not the president’s policies.
President Barack Obama regularly harangues Fox News. In doing so, he embarrasses himself and ignores what’s behind his underachieving presidency.
Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins University is developing a new medication that could stamp out heart disease and “reduce the effects of high-fat and high-cholesterol diets.”
As a friend of mine said a few hours after the New York Times reported the racial opinions of Cliven Bundy: “I used to have some sympathy for Bundy … but now I can’t remember why.”
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has opinions and they’re all extreme.
Nevada’s Great White Father, Harry Reid, says he has met with several government agencies to create a new coordinated plan for rounding up the undocumented Bundy Ranch cattle from public lands.
It’s a long cultural journey between Brandeis University and Bunkerville. But out of those completely different American landscapes came two powerful lessons in free speech.
Sen. Harry Reid has said this three time by my count this week: “Clive Bundy doesn’t pay his taxes. He doesn’t pay his fees.”
Let me start by saying that any kid from Elko gets a point from me. Right out of the chute.
It’s hard to quantify the hypocrisy surrounding government’s reaction to they way the BLM bungled the Clive Bundy “undocumented” cattle issue last weekend.
Cartoonist Gary Larson once drew a scientist pictured on his back on his office floor, legs and arms straight up. The caption read: “How entomologists pass away.”
Whether I’m the right person to say it or not, I feel like someone should: To all residents of Utah, as well as Mormons everywhere, I’m sorry for the comments made by Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins.
You cannot sugarcoat this, although some of the Obama media will probably try. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning her post after her disastrous rollout of ObamaCare.
Here’s the perfect illustration for what is wrong with most Harry Reid watchers in Nevada.