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NEW YORK – “Why do I find it hard to write the next line? Oh, I want the truth to be said. I know this much is true.”
Those lyrics from the hit Spandau Ballet song “True” have made their… Continue reading
The country remains divided on same-sex marriage, according to the latest Fox News poll.
Currently 48 percent favor legalizing same-sex marriage, while 44 percent are opposed. ;
Just 32 percent of voters said gays should be allowed to marry legally… Continue reading
More than half of voters remain dissatisfied with the direction of the country — despite economic sentiment improving significantly since President Obama took office. That’s according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday. ;
Fifty-six percent of voters are dissatisfied… Continue reading
Maybe the third time Hillary Clinton runs for president, she’ll get it exactly right. That Goldilocks campaign – in 2020? — will be large and distinguished enough to accommodate a woman who has been prominent on the national stage for… Continue reading
Oscar Isaac stars as a tech genius who creates a female Artificial Intelligence (AI) named Ava played by Alicia Vikander in the new sci-fi thriller “Ex Machina”. He brings one of his employees (Domnhall Gleeson) to his isolated estate to… Continue reading
ISIS men destroy various Christian symbols in Nineveh, Iraq.
EXCLUSIVE – Islamic State militants are demanding up to $30 million in ransom to release the hundreds of Christian hostages in Syria, according to an officer within the Assyrian leadership.
In… Continue reading
Karl Rove, former senior adviser to President George W. Bush, explained the strategy behind Sen. Ted Cruz’s decision to become the first Republican candidate to officially enter the 2016 White House race.
“Easter’s coming up in a couple of weeks.… Continue reading
Two years from now, the country will be on the verge of inaugurating the 45th president of the United States. The presidency of Barack Obama will be over, and to the joy and relief of many Americans, there will be… Continue reading
A recent Quinnipiac poll shows support for illegal immigrants at 48 percent, a historic low. This is what the president’s cynical manipulation of the Hispanic community has delivered: a hardening of American attitudes. The same distancing will likely occur between… Continue reading
For weeks now, our country’s focus has been on every issue besides Ukraine.
Ebola, ISIS and the midterm elections have taken over our newspapers and our television sets. And not without due cause – each of these issues certainly deserves… Continue reading