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    D.C. Shut Down During Snowstorm, but Tomb of Unknown Soldier Remained Guarded

      While the people of Washington, D.C., enjoyed their snow day Thursday, it’s important to remember those who serve our country and who can’t stop when weather conditions become dangerous or unfavorable. It’s even more important to remember that they chose, and continue to choose, to serve our country here … More

    New Obamacare Enrollment Numbers Are No Reason to Pop the Champagne

    To hear the White House tell it, you’d think that Obamacare is going swimmingly. Liberals are cheering the new Obamacare enrollment numbers that for the first time exceeded the Congressional Budget Office’s projection of 1.06 million for the month of January. “We think that what is happening is what we … More

    California Gun Case Sets Stage for Second Amendment Showdown at Supreme Court

    The overturning of a San Diego law restricting residents’ right to carry a firearm outside their homes for self-defense is a clear win for gun-rights advocates and sets up a showdown on the issue before the U.S. Supreme Court, a Heritage Foundation legal analyst says. “This is the fifth federal … More

    Comcast/Time-Warner: Storm Forecasts Just Hot Air

    While much of official Washington was kept from the office on Thursday by a snowstorm, a storm of a different kind was developing in the television world. Comcast, the nation’s largest cable TV company, reached a deal to buy Time-Warner Cable. The instant analysis of the deal was as breathless … More

    Not All Politicians Are Frank Underwoods

    Don’t believe House of Cards: Not everyone in D.C. is like Frank Underwood. At midnight last night, Netflix released all 13 episodes of season two of the much talked about show. House of Cards, a remake of a British political miniseries set in the after-Thatcher era 1990s, stars Kevin Spacey … More

    SE Cupp: Democrats Have Double Standards on Candidates

    Yesterday, CNN “Crossfire” host SE Cupp called attention to ways in which Democrats apply double standards to the brains and beauty of candidates running for high office. Cupp noted that liberals were upset with Republicans for being too hard on Hillary Clinton, who is expected to run for President in … More

    On Senate Floor, Toomey Urges Defeat for Cop Killer's Champion (VIDEO)

    Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) took to the Senate floor Wednesday to denounce one of President Obama’s most controversial appointments, saying Debo Adegbile’s ill-considered championing of a convicted cop killer disqualifies him from leading the Justice Department’s civil rights operation. “There are many highly qualified Americans who can carry out this … More

    We Heart Douglass

    Valentine’s Day is always a celebration of love. But this year, instead of simply focusing on candy hearts and Hallmark cards, let’s talk about love of country, and a man who grew to love our Constitution even before it had been amended to treat him properly. Frederick Douglass was born … More