Let's just say it's confusing. And the more I see these Hollywood and music-mogul types donning these damn things on their wrists, the more I want to get my hands wrapped around their throats.
I was wrong earlier this week when I praised the president for appearing to get his budget priorities right.
Before the Obama administration starts crowing about cost for the Affordable Care Act coming down... they might want to take another look at what's ‘really’ going down.
Bridgegate marks its first conviction; David Wildstein
This Tax Day, it's pretty clear the problem isn't the money coming into Washington. It's all the money being spent IN Washington.
Me? Maybe because I'm half-Italian and know how routine heavy 'candidate' turnout is back in Italy, I have no problem with a big bunch vying for the big brass ring.
Hey Europe, let it go. Let Greece go. Here’s why it’s time to move on.
Americans might not feel it. Some of them might not even believe it. And Republicans might continue dismissing it. But the reality is the job market is turning around. And I’m telling you, so are Democrats’ prospects. I’m not talking a month from now. I’m talking two years from now.
Crystal O’Conner, the Indiana pizza owner, who refuses to cater gay weddings, is rolling in the dough, literally. Through Friday she has received over $500,000 in donations which continue to pour in. During an appearance on Fox Business Network’s CAVUTO she responded to her critics
You almost get the feeling, President Obama is pining for his Reagan moment, but unlike the Gipper, he just isn’t getting it. When asked by Steve Kroft how it is Americans just weren’t liking this recovery, the president almost seemed flummoxed.
Cavuto: Many rich parents are choosing to leave the bulk of their wealth to charity ... instead of their offspring.
While Europe is on heightened alert over the terrorist attack in Belgium, former Army Intelligence Officer Tony Shaffer says he’s more concerned about security on the home front.
Have our lawmakers learned nothing from history?
Most of the government bureaucrats, the folks ‘giving’ the test, couldn't find their way out of a financial paper bag.
This is the week the Federal Reserve is saying, that's that. You're on your own, the register is closed.
Beware those who write about clown cars: more often than not, the joke's on them. And suddenly the ones mocking the clowns in that car, are the clowns driving it.
The president will get a trade deal, but no thanks to a certain party. And I'm not talking about Republicans.
Here’s a message to all presidential candidates: quit trying so hard to be like us. And just explain how you plan to lead us.
Let this be a lesson to anyone who thinks they've won the race.
As if a top rate of 40% weren't enough (and really 45% when you throw in health-care related Medicare and investment surtaxes). Squeeze them still more?