Queue 'Headlines'

  • Tony Lee, Breitbart

    DREAMers are planning to confront Republicans at Sat.’s inaugural Iowa Freedom Summit. DREAMers are planning “activities around the event, including confronting potential candidates to ask them where they stand on immigration reform and O's exec. action.”

  • Thomas Lifson, American Thinker

    Obama appeared to acknowledge that television broadcasting is overwhelmingly dominated by liberal outlets, with conservative channels outnumbered by a factor of 600.

  • Cameron Joseph, The Hill

    More than a half-dozen likely candidates are gathering in Des Moines on Sat. to woo conservative activists & hone campaign messages. The Iowa Freedom Summit, organized by Rep. Steve King & Citizens United, is drawing many of those hoping to become the right's standard-bearer.

  • Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

    “The problem is the Amer. people reject it,” Levin said. “Once again, they go through these motions as Boehner did a few weeks ago. They’re really going to fight Obama on this issue while at the same time he has Rep. Mike McCaul coming up with the tactics for the past 6 or 7 bills.”

  • Jeffery Lord, Conservative Review

    Never in the history of GOP presidential politics has 1 man done so much to raise money from so few to alienate so many. Reagan preached & practiced moving the center right, not the opposite, the latter being the objective of Bush & GOP consultants. It's a formula for losing elections.

  • Ken Shepherd, NewsBusters

    "Now that Boehner has invited [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin] Netanyahu to speak before Congress, the WH is telling its media surrogates to attack," Mark Levin noted. "Forget about Boehner, attack Israel & Netanyahu, they have violated diplomatic protocol!"

  • Mark Barrett, The Citizen-Times (NC)

    On a 3-0 vote Thursday, the Buncombe County Board of Elections removed 126 names from the voter registration rolls that had been challenged by Asheville Tea Party.

  • Jennifer Van Laar, Independent Journal Review

    Using a former Democratic campaign staffer seems to be drawing attention away from his message of economic recovery and helping everyday Americans.

  • Joe Dugan, Breitbart

    The 2015 S. Carolina Tea Party Convention was a phenomenal success on many fronts and caught the mainstream media totally off balance. It was too big to ignore, too American to trash, too positive to criticize, and too candid to berate.

  • Cristina Marcos, The Hill

    The House approved an anti-abortion bill 242-179 after a GOP rift started by Rep. Renee Ellmers who led other Repubs. to block the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. The bill would prohibit taxpayer funding for abortions.

  • Melissa Clyne, Newsmax

    "It’s high time that Mitch McConnell stand up and say, 'this is what we are fighting for in the Senate.' That’s definitely what he said during his campaign, so let’s make sure he does it now as the majority leader."

  • Patrick Brennan, National Review

    GOP leadership wants to abandon that bill and replace it with a “Plan B,” which has the unfortunate flaw of not being a plan to stop the amnesty at all.

  • Richard Pollock, Daily Caller

    7 months after federal officials fired CGI Federal for its botched work on Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, the IRS awarded the same company a $4.5 million IT contract for its new Obamacare tax program.

  • Andrew C. McCarthy, PJ Media

    If R's surrender on amnesty for illegal aliens, it will be because they decided to surrender on amnesty for illegal aliens. It'll be because their vows to fight Obama were so much empty rhetoric. It'll have nothing to do with homeland security.

  • Mike Lillis, The Hill

    House Dems think the GOP’s agenda has given them a new opportunity to win over millennials ahead of '16. Even though younger voters tend to vote Dem., the group turned out in low numbers amid the midterms last Nov.