According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, throughout the world there were a minimum of seventy journalists killed in 2013.
Archives for December 2013
Times editorial page editor Andrew Rosenthal defended a NYT Benghazi report, or a bought and paid-for vindication of both Hillary Clinton and the president.
Here’s a look back at the Top 10 News Stories Of 2013, which will not only continue to unravel during the new year and beyond, but also impact our lives for many years to come.
The West Virginia Senate race is the tenth article in a succession of articles offering expanded analysis on the ratings for the PPD 2014 Senate Map.
Edward Snowden recently declared mission “accomplished” in his quest to end NSA surveillance programs, but lawmakers Sunday offered a mixed reaction.
Constant pundit bombardment over 2014 ObamaCare predictions gets a bit overwhelming. But a few angles have yet to be explored in concert, which strike at the political heart of ObamaCare and will ultimately decide whether or not the law will survive in the future.
A Nazi survivor shares her story in hopes to underscore that progressivism and fascism are one-in-the-same at their ideological core, despite leftist lies.
WASHINGTON — This report on the State of Conservatism comes at the end of an annus mirabilis for conservatives. In 2013, they learned that they may have been wasting much time and effort.
During an interview Saturday on the Don Smith Show, Gov. Scott Walker told conservative talk radio host Don Smith that conservatives don’t need to moderate their conservative principles, they need to have the courage to articulate them to win in 2014, and beyond.