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  • Getting closer: Hillary's first post-election speech to green campaign activists

    Hillary Clinton, expected to launch her campaign for president early next year, is already mapping her path to that decision with a major green energy speech set for December to one of the nation's most influential conservation activist groups.

  • Mainstream Scream: Chuck Todd says AG Eric Holder 'wasn't political'

    This week's Mainstream Media Scream features Meet the Press host Chuck Todd giving retiring Attorney General Eric Holder a pass on claims he ran a political Justice Department.

  • Treasury's Lew could face own tax slap

    Past financial deals of Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Obama trade czar Michael Froman could be dragged into the administration's bid to jam retroactive taxes on corporations that set up tax-avoiding operations overseas.

  • Cruz adviser: 9-1 Texan will run for president

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, the darling of the Tea Party who is well known for standing strong on principle, is —"90/10" in the 2016 race for president, according to an adviser.

  • NBC's Brian Williams begs kids to watch the news

    NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams is joining a clutch of frustrated journalists and educators worried that today's youth are growing up news-free, obsessed with social media but unplugged from what makes the world tick.

  • Back off! DNC boss has party debt-free

    DNC Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has cleared the $22 million debt she inherited, giving her strong support inside the White House.

  • Zogby Report Card: Obama's 'community organizing' worked at UN

    Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama showed that his old days as a Chicago community organizer can work even in the halls of the United Nations.

  • Wikipedia wants to ban acclaimed conservative site the Federalist

    Three weeks after the oft-cited accused a popular science pundit made up quotes and numbers in a speech, Wikipedia has moved to eliminate the conservative news site.

  • Federal regs cost $1.88 trillion, more with Obama's 'pen and phone' rules

    Burdensome federal regulations cost Americans at least $1.88 trillion annually, and that doesn't include the impact of President Obama's "pen and phone" rule making.

  • Group touts 4,000 abortions in 1 year with Clinton's support

    Bill and Hillary Clinton’s international foundation backs two groups that operate a massive abortion business in Africa, including one that heralded its 4,000 abortions in a 2013 annual report.

  • Mark Levin, Cal Thomas call for second 'Reagan Revolution'

    Two of the nation’s most popular conservative commentators, challenging the GOP to stop playing defense and moving to the middle, have called for a second Reagan Revolution.

  • Perry: Expand U.S. energy to strangle Russia, 'liberate' Europe

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry Thursday called on Washington to unleash U.S. energy production to help "liberate" European nations threatened by Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin's chokehold on energy by replacing Russia as Europe's top supplier.

  • Just 25% believe Hillary Clinton would be better than Obama

    The nation is apparently still happy that Barack Obama beat Hillary Clinton in 2008, because judging by a new poll, they definitely don't think she'd be a better president than her former boss.

  • Poll: Most saw Holder's Justice motivated by politics

    Outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder turned the Justice Department into an arm of the president's political shop and was motivated mostly by politics, according to a recent survey influenced by his handling of the racially-charged Ferguson, Mo., police shooting.

  • Calls already for Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor for AG

    Key Democrats are already urging the White House to consider embattled Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor to replace retiring Attorney General Eric Holder if he loses his reelection, believing that the Senate would be quick to approve him and help President Obama avoid another nasty nomination fight.

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  • Another Fight Obama Shirks

    When it comes to military actions, President Obama likes to declare the end of wars, regardless of whether America’s opponents agree that is the case. When it comes to economic wars, he has no...

  • Second Time’s a Charm?

    Voters in Connecticut’s gubernatorial election this November will face a familiar choice as Republican Tom Foley squares off against Democrat Dan Malloy. Four years ago, in a nail biter for what...