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    Why the Obamacare Mandate Delay Is a Big Deal

    In the movie “The Naked Gun,” crack detective Frank Drebin comes across a firework factory that’s on fire and is collapsing in on itself. “Nothing to see here,” he calmly tells on-lookers as employees flee the explosions. “Please disperse.” It’s a sentiment echoed by Sarah Kliff of The Washington Post. … More

    Mike Morell: Man in the Middle of Benghazi Talking Points Scandal

    Recent reporting has centered on CIA deputy director Mike Morell as a key player in critical and misleading changes made to the Obama Administration’s Benghazi talking points. The CIA talking points were cited by U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice on five different national Sunday talk shows on September 16, five days … More

    Pelosi’s “Grievous Error”: Why She’s Still Wrong and Citizens United Is Still Right

    In a Washington Post op-ed last week, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D–CA) claimed that the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. F.E.C. (2010) represents a “grievous error” that “shook the foundations of our democracy.” This claim has the character of an article of faith on the left, which … More

    7 Times Obama Did 'Do Whatever I Want' During His Presidency

    It’s called a “Freudian slip,” and it’s one of the few pieces of Sigmund’s theory that has survived into the modern day. It happens when you “accidentally” say something that’s true, but that you didn’t mean to say. “I’m sure I’m not supposed to, but we’re breaking protocol here,” President … 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