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- Boehner accuses Obama of ‘legacy of lawlessness’
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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - David Letterman
Peyton Manning apparently didn't need much time off after throwing for an NFL record 55 touchdowns, winning his fifth MVP award and leading the Denver Broncos to the Super Bowl.
The New York Times should finally change its slogan from "All the news that's fit to print" to "All the news that supports the Democratic agenda." While it would be easy for anyone to accept the Obama administration's account of the events of Sept. 11, 2012, in the days immediately following the murderous attacks on our consultate in Benghazi, a cadre of evidence not supporting the administration's narrative was available by mid-September.
Louis C.K. isn't soured on life. But he seems forever on the verge of turning.
A few weeks after David Letterman announced he'd be retiring from the CBS late-night television lineup, Craig Ferguson did the same.
When the time comes for a young bird to leave the nest, he's often more than ready to go and doesn't care too much what Papa Bird thinks.
Stephen Colbert, who will take over for a retiring David Letterman on CBS' "Late Show" next year, revealed Tuesday that he almost worked for Letterman - twice.
Don't feel bad for Conan O'Brien. Again.
Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk show giant, said CBS has just made a massive cultural statement that sets traditional, heartland America in its sights by hiring comedian Stephen Colbert as David Letterman's "Late Show" replacement.
With the announcement that Stephen Colbert will be the new host of CBS' "Late Show," his fans likely feel a clash of emotions:
Some comedy aficionados and fans of late-night talk are in mourning over David Letterman's announcement that he will retire from the "Late Show" in 2015. His departure would leave conservatives breathing sighs of relief if he were not to be replaced by someone who tilts even further left.