Archives for July 2014
While the House Republicans scramble to craft a bill to deal with illegal immigration that is acceptable to Democrats, they’re abandoning the American majority .
CIA Director John Brennan was forced to give a rare apology to the very senators who sat on the Senate Intelligence Committee that confirmed him last year.
Midwest manufacturing in the region fell to 52.6 in July from 62.6 in June, widely missing economists’ expectations and the lowest level since June 2013.
He may not be Mr. popular with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon & Co., but as far as the people of Israel are concerned Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is a rock star. Israel launched a more aggressive campaign against Hamas and its rockets and tunnels after the terror group violated several cease-fires, but the discovery of a vast network of “terror tunnels” has been a game-changer for Israeli public opinion.
The number of Americans filing first-time jobless claims for unemployment benefits rose last week, but debate over underlying trends in the labor market continues.
Argentina defaults on its debt after officials failed to reach a deal with holdout creditors after two days of talks, ending talks late Wednesday night.
Newly discovered Lois Lerner emails show just how much contempt the IRS official had for conservatives, who she refers to as “crazies” and “assholes.”
The latest economic data on GDP and job growth contradict each other, with the labor market cooling and gross domestic product showing signs of improvement.
Speaking at the National Conservative Student Conference hosted by Young America’s Foundation, Sen. Ted Cruz said the GOP needs emphasize ObamaCare.