“I don’t know how he knows what I said on Univision because he doesn’t speak Spanish.”
Although the decision to inform a workforce of 1,400 employees that they’ll soon be losing their union jobs to Mexico is an admirable one from the standpoint of candor, it hardly makes for a good recipe for workplace morale.
The University of Texas police issued a disorderly conduct citation to a preacher for the heinous crime of “offending someone.”
Protesters were out in full force Tuesday night during gay conservative worter Milo Yiannopoulis’ “Most Dangerous Faggot Tour” stop at Rutgers University.
Undercover video shows how easy it was to cast fraudulent votes in New Hampshire during Tuesday’s presidential primary election.
Virginia parents were in an uproar after officials at Glen Allen High School in Henrico showed students a controversial video as part of Black History Month.
NARAL Pro-Choice America isn’t too fond of one Super Bowl 50 commercial. And from Doritos, no less.
Marco Rubio is a very intelligent person. Marco Rubio is a very talented politician. Marco Rubio is a very good debater. Where was that Marco Rubio during the last debate before the New Hampshire primary?
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush was grilled on Fox News Friday, asked repeatedly by host Bret Baier why he pushed Florida senator Marco Rubio for vice president in 2012 if he didn’t have the experience to hold the nation’s highest office.
These exchanges to place during the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher’s last speech in the House of Commons on 22 November 1990.
Conservative filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza faced off with retired liberal professor Bill Ayers Wednesday evening at the University of Michigan.
Hillary Clinton supporters are asked to sign a petition to approve of “her choice” of Communist Karl Marx to be her vice president if she’s elected President of the United States. Are Hillary fans so out of touch with reality? via MarkDice
At a recent Bernie Sanders rally, CNN anchor Broe Baldwin asked some of his supporters to define the word socialism. And, well, some of them didn’t exactly know… via Mediaite
Appearing on MSNBC Friday, Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., was asked to define conservatism. “What makes America great is not some guy in Washington who says, ‘If I had power, I could fix it all unilaterally,’” he said. “That’s not the American tradition.” Watch his full answer above. via TheDailySignal