By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
As the director of "Hating Breitbart," which was released digitally and in theaters last week across the United States, I had the distinct and unique privilege of following Andrew Breitbart during the closing years of his public life, documenting his speeches, conversations, ruminations and mischief - we even shot one of his haircuts.
Rep. Tom Cole, Oklahoma Republican, said Wednesday that he was confident Oklahoma will get the help it needs in the wake of the deadly tornado that swept through the state, adding that "these are awfully tough people, and we've done this before, sadly, so we're pretty good at dealing with it."
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin said Tuesday the damage from the tornado that ripped through her state is bigger than anything she's seen in her 23 years in office, and Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb said it was "like a two-mile-wide lawnmower blade going over a community."
Bradley Cooper presented her with a dozen roses on the air but, oddly enough, that isn't why "Today" show co-host Savannah Guthrie is so happy.
It reads more like "The Heart of Darkness," this searing account of life at the top of the television jungle.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will guest-host the "Today" show later this month.
Two weeks after the Boston Marathon bombings, the debate still rages as to whether the two men accused of orchestrating the attack acted alone, particularly among members of Congress who say they see too much evidence of planning for an isolated operation.
Speaking for the first time about the murder trial of an abortionist in Philadelphia, President Obama said Wednesday that any abortion provider who violates the law should be prosecuted.
As the prospects for gun-control legislation grow dimmer, President Obama said Congress should put aside politics and approve gun restrictions to protect children.
North Korea intensified its threats of an imminent attack against the South Tuesday, while President Obama said the United States does not believe the communist regime has the ability to launch a nuclear weapon.
As the Senate opens debate on legislation to expand background checks of gun purchases, President Obama said Tuesday he thinks public sentiment will compel lawmakers to approve the measure.
A top NBC executive says the network is not considering replacing Matt Lauer as co-anchor of the "Today" show.
NBC plans to air excerpts of jailhouse interviews with former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky next week, which his lawyer said were given to a documentary filmmaker working on a defense of Joe Paterno.
Matt Lauer told advertisers Thursday that he wants to get the "Today" show back to being the most watched and least talked about morning show on television, and that he expects to do it.
A report says Matt Lauer was ready to take the fall last year for troubles on NBC's "Today" show.