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Lawmakers take aim at EPA ‘sue-and-settle’ collusion

Faced with President Obama’s vastly expensive Clean Power Plan to remake the U.S. electrical system and other looming regulatory decisions that dramatically affect energy supplies, Republican lawmakers have renewed their offensive against alleged under-the-table legal collusion between the administration and… Continue reading

The GOP’s judicial logjam

As the hot Washington summer approaches August, the Senate’s Republican majority is already on vacation from the work of confirming judges. At the current torpid pace, they will put the lowest number of judges on the federal bench in any… Continue reading

EXCLUSIVE: Entire US national security system possibly compromised by year-long cyber-assault

July 21, 2015: Acting OPM director Beth Cobert is shown. (Government Executive Media Group)

The prolonged hacking into the White House Office of Personnel Management, which put the personal information of at least some 21.5 million past and current federal… Continue reading

John Kerry: Liar or idiot?

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, second right, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, second left, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, left, US Secretary of State John Kerry, center, and Austria’s Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz, right, talk prior to their final plenary… Continue reading

EPA distorts health benefits of mega-costly clean-air rule

FILE: 2010: An EPA worker monitoring a beach in Pensacola, Florida. (REUTERS)

EXCLUSIVE: The Environmental Protection Agency is exaggerating the potential health benefits—especially for children—it says result from a new rule that will set sharply lower ozone levels across the… Continue reading

Major Garrett dares to ask Obama about Americans still held in Iran and liberal media freaks out

Journalists are supposed to “comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable.” Except when the comfortable guy is liberal President Barack Obama and the afflicted are four Americans trapped in Iranian jails.
Then when you ask that question, all hell breaks… Continue reading

Hillary Clinton: Why her worst enemy is not a Republican

When Bill Clinton was asked about foreign contributions to the Clinton Foundation while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the former president told the Today Show: “All I’m saying is the idea that there’s one set of rules for us… Continue reading

Greece’s future: In the end Germany, not Greece, may be the biggest loser

Germany is using its size and wealth to compel its Eurozone partners to take a hard line toward Greece but in the end, Germany has much to lose by forcing the Aegean nation to choose between more austerity and dumping… Continue reading

Pentagon’s vaunted F-35 earns lousy review from test pilot in secret report

This undated photo provided by Northrop Grumman Corp., shows a pre-production model of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. (AP/NORTHROP GRUMMAN)

How would the military’s new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft fare in a dogfight against an old F-16D fighter? Not… Continue reading