WWII memorial barricade wired shut

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WEEKLY STANDARD) On Tuesday morning, seven National Park Service employees were seen erecting and tending to a barricade around the World War II memorial in Washington, D.C. One NPS employee more…

Obamacare has not enrolled single person in California

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (FreeBeacon) Since Obamacare's exchanges opened, none of the 645,000 people who visited California's online exchange, coveredca.com, have enrolled in the healthcare program, California news station KUSI-CA reports. Additionally, more…

Artist's 'Stand Your Ground' defends gun rights

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (WSTP-TV) Artist Jon McNaughton is standing up for gun rights in his latest painting. Titled "Stand Your Ground" – a controversial law brought into the limelight when George more…

GOP lawmaker assaulted outside Capitol

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Associated Press) A stranger screamed at and grabbed U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy, who has been a vocal advocate for delaying the rollout of the federal health care law, more…

Issa's committee to investigate memorial closures

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Hotair) House oversight committee chairman Darrell Issa has launched an investigation into why the WWII memorial and other open-air monuments have been shut down. "These properties belong to more…

Sebelius fails in her own state

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (LifeNews) HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has been President Barack Obama’s main organizer and cheerleader for Obamacare since its inception. But you know the government-run health care plan is more…

Dems call GOP jihadists, arsonists, terrorists

by Bob Unruh -- [ooyala code="50MHFjZjqiZqXkTCjsqvBbtCU6L6joIv" player_id="29c9fd42b6564348812f1c7d4ff9252d"] For members of Congress, political opponents traditionally have been addressed respectfully as "the distinguished gentleman." The language is still in use, but with something else more…

Oral arguments in $250M defamation case

by Garth Kant -- Federal Judge Stephen F. Williams asked the attorney for Esquire magazine what in the First Amendment permitted his client to accuse someone of making money off of gullible more…