By Jay Sekulow
The left's outrage over the IRS turns to a plea to 'move on'
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
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The United States must do more than lecture embattled Nigeria, a strong U.S. ally in West Africa under assault from al Qaeda-linked Islamists sweeping across the region.
Roy Costner IV — the South Carolina valedictorian who gained national attention after he ripped up his pre-approved speech and delivered the Lord’s prayer at his high school graduation on Saturday — told The Blaze today that he teared up onstage as the auditorium erupted with applause.
The Washington Times reported on Tuesday that first Lady Michelle Obama confronted a gay rights protester after she was interrupted about ten minutes into her speech at a campaign fundraiser in D.C. — but important elements of the exchange have been left out of the official White House transcript.
While it's getting the most attention, the $4.1 million IRS conference in California in 2010 that has Congress up in arms isn't even the costliest event the tax agency hosted over the last few years.
Congress is set to intervene for the first time in how the Army is developing its prized battlefield intelligence processor, which soldiers and the Pentagon's top operational tester have deemed ineffective.
Three more men were arrested Saturday in connection with last week's gruesome murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in London, CNN reports.
The Washington Times rightly criticizes the Obama administration for demanding unconstitutional college speech codes ("Repealing free speech," Comment & Analysis, May 17). The Department of Education wrongly claims that any "unwelcome" speech about sexual topics is "sexual harassment" — even if it does not offend an "objectively reasonable person."
It will take nearly five years for the Afghan Air Force to become fully capable of flying all types of missions, but some of its pilots are testing out the skies today.
The Afghan Air Force's first female pilot to be trained inside Afghanistan in more than 30 years earned her flying wings on Tuesday, after graduating from Undergraduate Pilot Training.
The executive director of the independent board that rules on labor complaints and resolves collective bargaining impasses between unions and the D.C. government is not a resident of the District, as required by law, but of Virginia.
Benghazi, Libya is such a great teachable moment. It involves civics, geography, history, religion, politics, agriculture, economy, communications/media and, unfortunately, violence.
Pittsburgh's largest newspaper published a cartoon Tuesday poking fun at Gov. Rick Perry, but making light of last month's explosion in a Texas town that killed at least 15 people.
The Washington Times reports the Obama administration "has approved 99.5 percent of [illegal alien] applications" ("99.5% of illegal immigrants get approval for legal status; high number raises concerns about fraud," Web, April 22).