President Barack Obama's approval rating is at its highest point since June, but most Americans still disapprove of his performance on nearly every topic surveyed, a new poll released Tuesday night showed.
The charges on Tuesday that the CIA hacked into the secured computers of the Senate Intelligence Committee and stole documents on the agency's controversial interrogation program smacks of continued abuse by the Obama administration, Former House Intelligence Chairman Pete Hoekstra told Newsmax.
The resignation of CBS investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson shows the network has no interest in allowing its reporters to report, says Brent Bozell of the Media Research Center. Appearing Tuesday on Fox News Channel's Your World with Neil Cavuto, Bozell said there is...
When President Barack Obama warned of “international fallout” if Israel fails to embrace the latest U.S. Middle East peace proposal, Newsmax asked noted author and retired Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz to comment on the growing talk of a European boycott against Israel.
The prolonged feud between the CIA and the Senate Intelligence Committee "definitely turned ugly" on Tuesday with charges by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that the agency had hacked into the panel's database and removed documents regarding a controversial . . .
At the nation’s largest gathering of conservatives, Tom Minnery and Stuart Shepard explain how CitizenLink is keeping the issues of life, marriage and religious freedom in front of the movement. Watch CitizenLink’s CPAC 2014 panel “Can Libertarians and Social Conservatives Ever Get Along?” Enjoy our videos? • Be the first to know when they come […] […]
CitizenLink President Tom Minnery hosted a panel titled “Can Libertarians and Social Conservatives Ever Get Along?” this past weekend at our nation’s largest conference for conservatives. Thousands attended the 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in D.C. Some of the speakers included Gov. Rick Perry; former Govs. Mike Huckabee and Sarah Pali […]
Thousands gathered in D.C. this weekend for the nation’s largest conference for conservatives. Attendees were encouraged to “stand up for what they believe — and stop being bullied.” The 2014 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) began Thursday and came to a close Sunday. Some of the speakers included Gov. Rick Perry; former Govs. Mike Huckabee and […]