Where’s the Apology, Harry?

Letter from Romney tax advisers debunks baseless claim from Democratic Senate leader

The Romney campaign on Friday released details of the Republican nominee's 2011 federal tax return, along with a signed letter from his tax advisers attesting to the fact that Romney paid taxes from 1990 to 2009.

Iran Unveils New Anti-Aircraft System

New array could complicate potential strikes on Iranian nuclear facilities, expert says

Iranian military leaders unveiled a new missile defense system Friday that was built to destroy “aggressive” U.S. aircraft, according to reports.

Democracy Alliance Loves Pro-Obama Super PAC

PAC behind infamous cancer ad draws support from secretive, Soros-backed group, records show

President Barack Obama’s Super PAC had its biggest cash haul yet thanks in part to members of the secretive Democracy Alliance.

DNC Literally in Hock to SEIU

DNC owes millions to union-owned bank, records show

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) owes at least $8 million to a bank owned by one of the largest unions in the country, according to the committee’s most recent financial report.

Recovery.dud

Transparency website is rather opaque

The website launched to track spending tied to the stimulus bill is riddled with incomplete data and excludes companies that have become politically inconvenient for the Obama Administration.

The Coming Liberal Crisis

Professor Charles Kesler ponders Obama’s—and liberalism’s—fate at the Heritage Foundation

Charles Kesler argued Wednesday night at the Heritage Foundation that “the crisis of liberalism is Obama’s crisis” during a lecture based on his book, I Am the Change: Barack Obama and the Crisis of Liberalism.

Obama’s Army

Column: Who needs elections when we have the mainstream media?

You are probably eager to vote on Nov. 6. You have followed the news closely, watched the ads, listened to the conventions, and waited for the debates. If you are like most people, you are worried about the direction of the country, and for good reason.