By David M. Drucker | 03/08/14 06:02 PM
An unlikely messenger on Saturday implored conservative activists to support the Republican candidate in the midterm elections even if they view that candidate as a RINO -- Republican in Name Only. In remarks that could have been delivered by moderate Republican or a member of the GOP...
By Charlie Spiering | 03/08/14 04:32 PM
Conservative journalists on Friday highlighted the multiple scandals of the Obama administration during a panel at the Conservative Political Action Conference and explained why they brought more light and more heat to stories dismissed by the mainstream media. The panel included Townhall's...
By Charlie Spiering | 03/07/14 04:55 PM
When he spoke to the packed ballroom at CPAC on Friday, Sen. Rand Paul emphasized one thing: Liberty.
By Byron York | 03/06/14 09:40 PM
Chris Christie began his remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference Thursday with an anecdote that seemed to portend some tough talk for his fellow Republicans.
By Charlie Spiering | 03/06/14 05:38 AM
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will speak to conservative activists Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, but don't expect him to pander.
By Paul Bedard | 03/05/14 12:01 PM
A House chairman probing the IRS scandal on Wednesday said that President Obama has reneged on a promise to have his aides cooperate with the investigation, forcing the Ways and Means Committee to conduct a dragnet for emails and documents needed to smoke out the truth. Rep. Dave Camp also...
By Rebecca Berg | 02/28/14 12:41 PM
When Gov. Craig Benson appointed Kelly Ayotte as New Hampshire's attorney general one decade ago, she won the post because she was a hardworking aide in the governor's office and an accomplished prosecutor -- but also, in part, because she was a woman. Then-Attorney General Peter Heed had been...
By David Harsanyi | 02/28/14 11:02 AM
These days, to even suggest the possibility that a fiscally conservative economic outlook is compatible with faith is a matter of hypocrisy. "I am afraid that (Rep. Paul) Ryan's budget reflects the values of his favorite philosopher, Ayn Rand, rather than the gospel of Jesus Christ," the Rev....
By Susan Crabtree | 02/27/14 08:06 AM
The Federal Communications Commission's decision to shelve plans for a study of how media newsrooms work has tamped down outrage from some conservative quarters but some alumni from a prominent participating university are still in an uproar. The University of Southern California's Annenberg...
By David M. Drucker | 02/26/14 05:09 AM
The political credibility of some prominent Tea Party groups is being questioned in the wake of revelations that their star Senate candidate, Kentucky businessman Matt Bevin, supported the 2008 government bailout of the financial sector. Bevin is challenging Senate Minority Leader Mitch...
By Byron York | 02/24/14 08:30 PM
Democrats on the Federal Communications Commission say they have absolutely no plans to censor the press.
By Paul Bedard | 02/24/14 04:28 PM
Ann Coulter, Public Enemy No. 1 in the eyes of Obama supporters, is making a public challenge to Democrats to cough up a liberal for a debate about “the creeping socialism of Obama's America” at next month's annual Conservative Political Action Conference hosted by the American Conservative...
By Rob Miller | 02/08/14 12:12 PM
Democrats smirk that the muscle of the Hispanic vote is going to make them a permanent majority and make the Republicans extinct, while much of the GOP consultant class pontificates that the 2012 election was a message for the Republican to embrace amnesty and to drop any vestige of...
By David M. Drucker | 02/07/14 05:11 AM
Sen. Tom Coburn doesn't look like a man on his way out of town. The Oklahoma Republican just released a proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare, and he continues to filibuster spending bills as a part of his career mission to shrink government and rein in the national debt.
By Timothy P. Carney | 01/30/14 12:53 PM
MSNBC writers and tweeters posit that the "right wing" broadly and uniquely bears hatred for multiracial family. MSNBC host Alex Wagner might have meant no ill will when she asked of GOP congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers "where's the needlepoint," but imagine if a conservative host had...
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