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2 hrs ago | The Huffington Post
Sen. Pat Toomey kicked off his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference by recounting the story of the 33-year-old murder of a Philadelphia police officer.
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6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Conservative Americans certainly did not need a genie to wish Obama's poll numbers into a free fall, because according to the latest Fox News poll he has done this quite on his own.
10 hrs ago | Deseret News
Issues of religious liberty likely will grab much of the spotlight at the Conservative Political Action Conference this weekend outside of Washington, D.C. Dr. Ben Carson says he will highlight those themes in his speech to the event on Saturday.
11 hrs ago | Cape Cod Times
Not long after starting work at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Mark Alliegro's wife was opening a surf clam for the couple's research when someone walked inside the Marine Resources Center and cracked a joke.
16 hrs ago | World Magazine
Ash Wednesday selfies. Is it just me, or is there something strange with posting a selfie in order to show off your Ash Wednesday ashes? The point of the imposition of ashes is to remind us of Christ's humiliation.
19 hrs ago | Daily Kos
It's been a week since the day by which Senator Bob Corker promised---with "1000 percent" accuracy, according to him---that a new product line at the Chattanooga VW plant would be announced if workers voted against unionizing.
Increasingly of late, conservative thinkers and leaders have been emphasizing a shift away from being known for what they're against and toward what they favor.
The list of speakers at 2014's CPAC conference shows an increasingly fractured conservative movement with Sarah Palin and Ted Cruz headlining while John Boehner is blackballed.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin agrees with Fox News host Steve Doocy that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's comments about Charles and David Koch don't belong on the Senate floor.
The White House is reeling from the Ukraine crisis and the invasion by Putin's troops of the Crimea Peninsula.
They look at our president as one who wears mom jeans and equivocates and bloviates.” — former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin on Fox News Monday night.
Freshman Democratic Rep. Marc Veasey and Republican Rep. Pete Sessions easily defeated primary challengers on Tuesday night and are all-but-certain to return to Congress for another term.
The evidence accumulates that the Republican Party is sobering up - cotton-mouthed and slightly disoriented - from its recent ideological bender.
Bigotry is thought to be the result of fear compounded by ignorance. The fact is it is innate to an individual's morality and there are those who promote bigotry in the name of tolerance.
Former Gov. Sarah Palin has been basking in her "told ya so" moment, making sure Americans know she saw the current situation in Ukraine arising six years ago all the way from her home in Alaska - and she's not ready to let it go just yet.
Also, too, wrestling a bear and putting a tracking collar on a tranquilized bear accompanied by a large group of scientists are two different things.
This is how it starts, this elaborate electoral dance with the country's voters.