National Security Adviser Susan Rice announced on Friday that the anti-Semitic leaflets distributed in Ukraine were "utterly sickening" and that President Obama has bluntly expressed his disgust. It is interesting that on one hand the President is disgusted by the Ukrainian Anti-semitism, but less than a week before he spoke at a conference organized by Al Sharpton, whose rhetoric contributed to his followers participating in two anti-Semitic pogroms in New York City.
Fox is scrambling to handle fallout from allegations of sexual abuse against Bryan Singer hitting headlines a month before the launch of the director’s new blockbuster X-Men film.
Remi Kanazi, an anti-Israel poet who was the subject of a recent controversy at Washington University in St. Louis, claims that switching from Jewish Voice for Peace to J Street is easy.
In honor of Passover and Easter, the folks at Funny or Die have released a new video mocking all religion, particularly Christianity, as moronic and stupid.
During an interview on The Tom Joyner Morning Show Wednesday, Al Sharpton gave his interpretation of the true meaning of Easter and how, in his opinion, it involves President Barack Obama.
Representative Steve Stockman of Texas has proposed a new bill that would cut off Department of Justice funding through grant programs to any state agencies that keep a list of law-abiding gun owners who register their firearms.
Ever since Brandies offered, and then rescinded, an honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali-born women's rights advocate has been under attack from the progressive "thought police." In her Friday USA Today column, liberal columnist Kirsten Powers pointed out the hypocrisy of the attacks saying, "Condemning the Catholic Church and Christianity broad-brush is heroic. But a woman who breaks with and criticizes Islam is a mouthy, immature narcissist who must be silenced."
Bill and Hillary Clinton having been preparing for the role as grandparents through out their political careers for what ABC News is calling “America's equivalent of the royal baby.”
Chris Wallace is entering his 50th year in the broadcasting industry and his 11th year with the Fox News Channel.
In an interview with CBS's Major Garrett, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney clamed this was the most transparent administration in history, but that transparency creates "headaches for us, and ridiculous stories on Fox News and elsewhere." That claim raised the ire of FNC's Greta Van Susteren, who responded on her blog, "I love to get credit for identifying a falsehood but we are not the only ones. I also know the White House likes to blame Fox News for all their problems, but it is NOT just Fox New that outs the White House about its false claim of transparency."