MSNBC host and admitted Keystone Pipeline flip-flopper Ed Schultz went off Friday on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s claim that the pipeline would create 9,000 new jobs in the state over the next 20 years, asking incredulously, “Who the hell can project what the economy’s going to be like 15 years from now?” “Give me a …
President Barack Obama praised a Connecticut law that helped boost wages for mostly middle and upper-middle class households during a Wednesday event at Central Connecticut State University.
The Israeli daily Ma’ariv reports (Hebrew) that Secretary of State John Kerry and his staff believe President Barack Obama “sabotaged” their peace efforts in an interview he gave this week to Bloomberg News.
Hillary Clinton and the 2016 presidential election were the talk of the town Sunday morning as the nation’s political talking heads discussed her electability and the challenges facing her opponents. The focus on 2016 appeared to be inspired in part by the Washington Free Beacon article “The Hillary Papers.” Some programs debated the relevance of that report, while other pundits and lawmakers honed in on the broader policy and electability issues facing candidates in 2016 and 2014.
Prominent Democratic groups backed by some of the nation’s largest labor unions made large independent expenditures on Tuesday attacking Republican candidates in Arkansas and Florida.
Critics of a professor on an American college campus claim that he is using assignments in class to indoctrinate students to oppose criticism of radical Islam.
Palestinians dismissed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s suggestion that Judea and Samaria settlers should be able to remain in their homes even if they fall within a possible future Palestinian state.