Benghazi probe 'let top officials escape blame'

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (Daily Beast) The State Department's investigation into the September 11, 2012, attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, was not independent and failed to hold senior State more…

Joblessness for black youth still soaring

by -NO AUTHOR- -- (RemappingDebate) When you've looked for monthly unemployment data, you have probably noticed that you can pretty readily find those data sliced by race or gender. Sometimes you can more…

So what is Cruz's strategy?

by Garth Kant -- WASHINGTON — The battle may be over but the war on Obamacare goes on. The Senate voted on Friday to restore funding to Obamacare, but Sen. Ted Cruz, more…

City accused of hiding abortionist's mistakes

by -NO AUTHOR- -- A prominent pro-life organization charges that the city of St. Louis might be deliberately concealing violations by the only abortion business in Missouri, a branch of Planned Parenthood. more…

Former slave tells true tale of Underground Railroad

by The editors of Leben -- When reading Fergus Bordewich's account of Rev. John Rankins' role in the Underground Railroad, it sparked a memory of another account from the "Slave Narrative Collection." The "Narratives" more…

Americans reach out to 'Innocence' filmmaker

by Bob Unruh -- A cross-section of Americans reached out Thursday to Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, the maker of the online movie trailer "Innocence of Muslims," which was blamed by top Obama officials more…

Popular 'fact-checker' misleads public on Obamacare

by Aaron Klein -- As Democrats and Republicans feud over the funding of Obamacare, a widely published PolitiFact article claims it is a "myth" that President Obama's health-care law contains rationing and more…

Governments stealing from bank accounts

by F. Michael Maloof -- WASHINGTON – The questionable practice of "bail-ins" begun by Cyprus a year ago to keep banks solvent is beginning to spread to other nations, and holders of large more…

More colleges suppress Constitution

by -NO AUTHOR- -- Modesto Junior College in California made headlines only days ago when a video surfaced showing officials telling a student he could not pass out copies of the United more…