Queue 'Headlines'

  • Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller

    In 2012, the Obama admin. was heavily criticized for delaying major regulations until after the presidential election.

  • Real Clear Politics Staff

    "Yesterday, we saw the FAA make an unprecedented decision to ban all air travel to the nation of Israel. And I've asked today the very simple question, did President Obama just unilaterally launch economic boycotts on the nation of Israel? Because John Kerry showed up in Israel, gave $47 million to Hamas in Gaza..."

  • Jeffery Lord, American Spectator

    Barry Goldwater: The man who made Reagan possible. Fifty years ago, Barry Goldwater won the Republican presidential nomination as a man of controversy. Today, he can be seen as something else entirely: vindicated.

  • Bruce Carroll, Legal Insurrection

    It seems it is the pressure of private lawsuits, not congressional investigations, that are getting better results on the IRS' Lois Lerner's emails.

  • Charlie Spiering, Breitbart

    Like Dave Brat, Joe Carr has focused on Lamar Alexander’s record of supporting immigration reform, which the campaign sees as his Achilles heel. “There’s no question it’s his greatest weakness, because it’s my greatest strength,” Carr said.

  • ColdWarrior, RedState

    Conservatives can get the RNC to address the MS “Estab. problem” in the future. If conservatives began flocking into their respective local GOP comm. meetings in great numbers, they could have an immediate impact on the conduct of some of the current RNC members.

  • Katie Pavlich, TownHall

    IRS Commissioner Koskinen has changed his story about "lost" IRS emails multiple times. Yesterday Trey Gowdy took him to task over inconsistent statements and slow walking the investigation into IRS targeting of conservative groups. 

  • John Gizzi, NewsMax

    In two of three runoffs for the Republican nomination for Congress in open U.S. House districts, tea party-backed candidates emerged triumphant and are now considered certain to win in November.

  • Sara Kennedy, Bradenton Herald

    Tea Party Manatee, a FL county organization, has issued endorsements for the Aug. 26 primary election, choosing Republican Gov. Rick Scott to head its slate, and also recommending Manatee County Commissioners Michael Gallen and Robin DiSabatino.

  • Rick Buchanan, Fauquier Free Citizen

    On the “so called” Right, the attacks against Tea Party Conservatives have become commonplace. It seems the “Ruling Class” Republicans now see the only way to win in-party elections is to either bring in Democrats to get themselves elected or spread vicious lies about their opponents.

  • Chas Sisk, The Tennessean

    A conservative political action committee announced Wednesday that it will assist efforts to defeat U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander with a get-out-the-vote campaign in favor of Rep. Joe Carr, one of the senator’s six primary challengers.

  • Abby Smith, The Hill

    Minister Jody Hice has defeated businessman Mike Collins in the Republican runoff to replace Rep. Paul Broun (R-Ga.), a win that will likely cause headaches for House GOP leadership.   

  • Dr. Ben S. Carson, Washington Times

    Costco, the retailer giant, is paying a price for getting too close to Obama.

  • Peter Schroeder, The Hill

    House R's would deploy the National Guard to the border, change trafficking laws to more quickly process Central American children and beef up judicial and law enforcement resources under a party plan for tackling the surge of child immigrants entering the U.S.

  • William A. Jacobson, Legal Insurrection

    Contrary to the D.C. Circuit decision yesterday, the 4th Circuit upholds the Obamacare fed. exchange subsidy. Maybe the Obama admin knew about the opinion, which would explain why it was so confident subsidies would flow pending court cases. This all but guarantees the SCOTUS will take the case.