The conservative movement is starting to look a lot like Syria.
The heft of the gold felt good in the palm. A smooth, super-size coin was passed from person to person. It was the Pulitzer Prize. A real one.
"A lie can get halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes." That nugget of wisdom dates from the 1800s, i.e., decades before anyone ever heard of the Internet -- much less Fox "News."
"I'm for Trump," the man across the room from me said.
The latest tempest in a teapot controversy is over a lack of black nominees for this year's Academy Awards in Hollywood.
The first question to Hillary Clinton from an audience member during Monday night's Democratic town hall in Iowa must have been a blow from one so young -- a potential new voter -- this close to the caucuses.
The police report paints a confusing and chaotic picture.
With the Iowa caucuses a week away, the front-runner for the Republican nomination, who leads in all the polls, is Donald Trump.
A pre-sentencing investigation by the U.S. Probation Office claims Mississippians lost $300 million because prison head Chris Epps steered contracts to high bidders.
On a spring day 41 years ago, I climbed on a Honda CD750 and headed west. After a winter living in the Northeast, I was ready to embrace the wide-open spaces. The farthest west I'd been was New Mexico. I wanted to see California, swim in the Pacific.
At first it seemed too weirdly awful to be true, but there she was: Sarah Palin standing next to Donald Trump on Tuesday and endorsing him for president.
The lights are burning late in Davos tonight.
Former governor Sarah Palin is an intelligent person, contrary to how liberals have tried to portray her.
It was in April of 2014 that the water turned bad.
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