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Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz told a cheering crowd of conservatives Saturday night that the next U.S. president should shutter the much-maligned Internal Revenue Service and turn the agency's 110,000 employees loose to police the U.S.-Mexico border.
Every anniversary of the first moon landing of Apollo 11 brings with it a lot of navel gazing and soul searching about what we have not been beyond low Earth orbit for several decades.
SAN FRANCISCO Libertarian and conservative technology types huddled this weekend on Nancy Pelosi's home turf making big promises about what they can do to help Republicans win more elections - but also lamenting how their ideas could still get lost in the shuffle.
Congratulations on your nomination to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs. As a good citizen you have agreed to take on one of the most demanding and important jobs in Washington.
Worrying that "the Democratic contest looks like it will be a foggy, repetitive march toward Hillary Clinton" and that there needs to be a primary challenger from Hillary Clinton's left to "energize the Democratic Party's liberal base," CBS political director John Dickerson pounded out a July 17 piece at Slate.com urging the Bay State's senior ... (more)
An online campaign to have an elderly polar bear in Argentina sent to Winnipeg's zoo is gaining momentum with former U.S. House speaker Newt Gingrich joining the call to save Arturo.
Editor's note: Newt Gingrich is a co-host of CNN's "Crossfire," which airs at 6:30 p.m. ET weekdays, and author of a new book, "Breakout: Pioneers of the Future, Prison Guards of the Past, and the Epic Battle That Will Decide America's Fate."
I have long stressed my belief that many federal sentencing reform efforts can and should be viewed as a cause that ought to attract politicians and people with true conservative principles.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who remains one of the most creative minds on the American political scene, gave some pointed advice Wednesday to Robert McDonald, the president's choice to head up the beleaguered Department of Veterans Affairs.
Imagine there were a political movement that was against pablum in the public square, that promoted tough debates on pressing issues, that was suspicious of coronations, and cared about a presidential candidate's qualities as much as the ideas she would bring to office? This proud movement would engage all the right-thinking members of the ... (more)
Much has been written about Richard M. Scaife since his death on July 4. It isn't surprising.
The political media's handicapping of the 4 November midterm election has contributed to the impression, fostered by many partisans and commentators, that the stakes have never been higher.
Has there ever been a chance for a conservative guest to be able to complete one sentence where Van Jones didn't continue to interrupt? It's disgusting and I'll probably stop watching the show as a result.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:32 am
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