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  • The One Image You Should See to Understand What's Going On in Ukraine

    Have you seen this picture The Wall Street Journal posted earlier today? Kiev’s Independence Square, before and after protests: http://t.co/ClVp8rq1nG (AFP/Getty/Bloomberg) pic.twitter.com/Dv3GjzS0Yw — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) February 21, 2014 The left photo was taken in 2009 and the one on the right was taken Thursday of Independence Square in … More

    How to Be a Great Dad, According to a 23-Year-Old

    Meet David Wise. He’s a 23-year-old father, married to the love of his life, and a gold medal Olympian. He’s making headlines for his performance in the first ever ski halfpipe event in Sochi. Wise’s score of 92.00 points on his first run beat out Canada’s Mike Riddle and France’s … More

    'Dirty Jobs' Host Explains American Work Ethic in 90 Seconds

    Is American work ethic being eroded? On a “Fox and Friends” segment Wednesday, former “Dirty Jobs” host Mike Rowe weighed in. Rowe said jobs have been available since 2003, but Americans aren’t defining them as “good.” Meanwhile, employers are desperate for people willing to learn a “useful skill” and work hard. … More

    Here's Why President Obama Is MIA on Ukraine and Shouldn't Be

    At least 25 were killed and hundreds wounded last night in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev. 14 powerful images that capture violence of today’s Ukraine protests http://t.co/FWoJlZgcHQ Photo @AP_Images #Kiev pic.twitter.com/18ZyYMxP1B — NBC News Pictures (@NBCNewsPictures) February 18, 2014 Riot police stormed the main anti-government protest camp at the Independence Square and … More

    Valentine's Day Advice from Ronald Reagan and Some Really Romantic Pictures, Too

    I don’t know if Ronald Reagan liked Valentine’s Day. I don’t know if he planned fancy dates every Feb. 14, or celebrated over a board game. I don’t know if he thought much of the holiday at all. But I do know he appreciated his wife Nancy, and valued the strength … More

    How to Love on Liberty this Valentine's Day

    It’s only February, and 2014 has already proven itself to be rough for liberty lovers. But with Valentine’s Day days away and love in the air, we’re equipping you with the tools to remind Washington what it means to love America. Here’s five cards that don’t require a Valentine to … More

    Shirley Temple Black's American Legacy

    Shirley Temple Black died late Monday night at the age of 85, but her legacy lives on as the dimpled, curly-headed-cutie who saved the spirits of so many Americans during the Great Depression. Most fans grew up watching her movies in the 1930s and younger audiences appreciated the “classics” on … More

    Cruz: 4 Reasons Obama’s Use of Executive Orders 'Ought to Concern Everyone'

    “We are ruled by laws and not men. And no man is above the law — especially the President.” This was the theme of Sen. Ted Cruz’s (R-TX) conversation with Glenn Beck on The Blaze’s radio show Tuesday, and the same message Cruz has vocalized since the President’s State of … More

    A Super Bowl Commercial Guaranteed to Bring You Chills

    On January 8, Army 1st Lt. Chuck Nadd left his eight-month mission in Afghanistan to come home. He knew he’d be greeted by his girlfriend. But he didn’t know his hometown — and Budweiser cameras — were waiting for him, too. Thanks to careful coordination with girlfriend Shannon Cantwell, Lt. … More

    Chicago Grassroots Activists to Obama: You're Out of Touch (VIDEO)

    Some Chicago activists are voicing alarm at President Obama’s agenda, using real-life examples from their urban communities to claim he’s out of touch with his hometown. “If this is what you call helping us, then just stop helping us,” Mark Carter, a member of Voice of the Ex-Offender said. Carter … More