The Washington Post is running a smear campaign against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, claiming he is helping Russia to pursue its interests.
If you’re a Jew who is offended by “chutzpah” but not by Iran, maybe it’s time to reevaluate your sensitivities.
There’s a growing movement among Republicans to weaken the filibuster because the GOP is now frustrated they can’t get things done.
Pro-abortion advocates and Planned Parenthood supporters never have to answer inquiries about the ethical or moral limits of their position.
Dana Milbank’s reputation as a serial exaggerator is well-established. Now it’s so bad that sources are posting their emails with him to correct the record.
Hillary Clinton’s troubles reveal how the Democrats have hollowed out their party. Their greed for power has undermined their ability to hold on to it.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t need psychoanalysis, she needs lawyers.
Scott Walker is only a national figure because the left made him one. That’s a double-edged sword.
Why should Brian Williams be taking so much heat for his untrue stories? Lying about, distorting and exaggerating the news is what our media do every day.
The public has consistently opposed infanticide – which, by any standard, is the way to describe late-term abortions. Someone should tell the GOP.
If you oppose Obamacare you’re not only cruel but possibly an accessory to murder.
Dana Milbank lives in an alternate reality where he alone sees things, such as cartoonishly mean conservatives mocking a Muslim. Let’s stop falling for it.
The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank mocked the idea that marriage is good for society. A week later he accidentally proved that it is.
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