In the midst of scandal-riddled Washington, you may have missed this breaking news: The White House is haunted! Scoff if you like -- but it's true. A paranormal event has escaped the attention of the mainstream media. Not only is the White House haunted, we know the name of the ghost: It's Not Me.
The tragedy at Benghazi resulted from dereliction of duty spawned by an inane sense of political correctness coupled with determined deference to political expediency emanating from the highest levels of the Obama administration.
The Internal Revenue Service has come under fire in recent days for targeting conservative organizations during the 2012 political season. The IRS apologized May 10, admitting it intentionally profiled groups that included the words "tea party" or "patriot" in their applications seeking tax-exempt status. Not only did the IRS target conservative political groups, but the heightened scrutiny also included well-known Christian ministries.
The IRS also came after Billy Graham, his son charged Tuesday in a letter to President Barack Obama.
Sadly, we're discovering that the IRS has been less than scrupulous in its treatment of conservative non-profits in recent years. About 75 groups with "tea party" or "patriot" in their names received extra IRS screening between 2010 and 2012.
Things are getting a little hot for the Obama administration. The talking points about the Benghazi terrorist attack were massaged 12 times to expunge them of references to terrorism. Then we hear that the Internal Revenue Service has been giving extra scrutiny to tax-exempt organizations with "tea party" or "patriot" in their names.
The House Oversight and Government Reform committee heard compelling testimony Wednesday of three career diplomats about what occurred before, during and after the Benghazi terror attacks.
President Obama addressed the nation's largest abortion provider Friday, criticizing pro-life laws on the state level and saving that those who wish to restrict or ban abortion are trying to turn back "progress."
President Barack Obama praised the Planned Parenthood Federation of America for saving lives and helping women and families in a 12-minute speech on Friday -- enough time for 7.6 abortions to take place at Planned Parenthood clinics, based on the abortion data in their latest annual report.
American Coptic Christians gathered in front of the White House last week to demand justice for Egyptian Christians.
"You've shown us, Boston, that in the face of evil, Americans will lift up what's good. In the face of cruelty, we will choose compassion," Obama said.
In the budget he delivered yesterday to Capitol Hill, President Barack Obama axed funds for sexual risk avoidance (SRA) education, even though research shows these programs can help curb the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Thirteen state attorneys general are urging the federal government to broaden religious exemptions for private businesses under the White House's contraception mandate, claiming the policy violates religious freedoms.
President Barack Obama attended Easter services at an Episcopal church near the White House and heard a sermon that criticized "captains of the religious right" for holding some people back.
Under our president's scheme, educating children means producing multicultural, socially aware, environmentally conscious, progressive-minded citizens who believe that orthodox religion is evil, wealth is corrupting, and Uncle Sam knows better than they do what's good for them.
The creators of the miniseries "The Bible" and the History Channel are denying reports that the character Satan intentionally resembles President Barack Obama.
Two of the nation's leading evangelicals are throwing their weight behind President Barack Obama's push for universal background checks for all gun buyers, a measure that faces stiff opposition in both the House and Senate.
In an impromptu White House press conference on Friday, President Barack Obama spoke on his administration's recent decision to file a friend-of-the-court brief urging the Supreme Court to strike down California's Proposition 8, saying there was "no good reason" for a ban on same-sex marriage.
The Obama administration late Thursday filed a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court urging the justices to strike down California’s gay marriage ban.
President Barack Obama's administration will urge the U.S. Supreme Court to allow same-sex marriages to resume in California, the furthest step Obama has taken in favor of gay rights, an administration official said Thursday.