On on May 31, 2015, long-time “Face the Nation” host Bob Schieffer signed off of his final broadcast reflecting on his half-century of reporting.
Archives for May 2015
The McLaughlin Group panelists Pat Buchanan, Eleanor Clift, Mortimer Zuckermann and Tom Rogan discuss controversy over Mohammed cartoon contests and more.
When one thinks about all we were told since the law’s passage, it’s hard to identify the biggest ObamaCare lie. Nearly everything we were told was a fib.
Not only is the overwhelming share of the income tax burden borne by the upper class, but even the IRS admits it targets successful middle income taxpayers.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley announced his candidacy for the presidency on Saturday at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, slamming heavyweight Hillary Clinton.
CATO Institute forum with panelists and guest speakers discuss evidence that spending caps are the only truly effective way to achieve good fiscal policy.
James Comer has conceded in the Kentucky Republican primary for governor to Matt Bevin, the favorite, and said he enthusiastically endorses his candidacy.
A gauge of consumer sentiment from Thomson Reuters and the University of Michigan beat expectations of 89.9, but was overshadowed by weak economic date.
The ISM Chicago Business Barometer shows Midwest manufacturing fell to 46.2 in May from 52.3 the month prior, contracting again after hope for a rebound..