Grubergate should spark congressional hearings

by Phyllis Schlafly -- "Grubergate" is the name for the embarrassing revelations about Obamacare by its chief architect, MIT professor Jonathan Gruber. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, predicted that the House Oversight Committee more…

Obama denies Gruber, but facts deny Obama

by David Limbaugh -- Do President Obama's adamant denials that he misled the American public on various important aspects of Obamacare stand up to scrutiny? No, and it's not even a close more…

Attack on Bill Cosby is no laughing matter

by Jesse Lee Peterson -- "They conspire, they lurk, they watch my steps, hoping to take my life." – Psalm 56:6 The left is viciously attacking Bill Cosby, and there's nothing funny about more…

If I were king of America

by Ellen Ratner -- Covering the Clintons as a member of the White House press, I was often impressed by their initiatives. Some worked; some needed improvement, but often they were cutting more…

Pelosi's dirty little secret

by Gina Loudon -- Rep. Nancy Pelosi, in an effort to save her job as minority leader, has played the sexism card. After the devastating midterm losses, the obvious question is: Should more…

Obama ices the cake of his new America

by Barbara Simpson -- When I was a kid, there was a phrase that when someone put the finishing touch on something, people would say, "Well that's the icing on the cake!" more…

More U.S. media deception and lies about Islam

by Pamela Geller -- Our new ad campaign is designed to show the absurdity of the mainstream media focus on "Islamophobia" amid growing jihad violence worldwide – and it is running now more…

Executive orders and a king's commands

by Ben Kinchlow -- According to news reports by Fox News and the New York Times, President Obama could possibly sign an executive order as soon as next week that would allow more…

Neutering religious holidays

by Chuck Norris -- Editor's note: Chuck Norris' weekly political column debuts each Monday in WND and is then syndicated by Creators News Service for publication elsewhere. His column in WND often more…