CNN is reporting that the White House is considering Gen. David Petraeus as the next possible CIA director.
Petraeus' spokesman Col. Erik Gunhus told CNN, "There is a lot of chatter and a lot of speculation out there right now about what Gen. Petraeus may do in the future. And all of it is premature and thus we aren't commenting."
Media Matters, the George Soros-backed liberal agit-prop shock troops based in the nation's capital, has declared war on Fox News, and in the process quite possibly has stepped across the line of legality. Read More
Elizabeth Warren, described in this morning's Politico Morning Money as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau czar (she can't be called its director because she hasn't been nominated), will be giving a speech later today with this included in her remarks: Read More
Those who call it "fake news" may wish to reconsider giving Fox News Channel free advertising: FNC and Cablevision have announced a new multi-year carriage agreement, continuing Fox's presence in homes throughout New York, New Jersey, and my native Connecticut. Read More
Anderson Cooper describes the "pandemonium" that brushed his CNN crew today, as he continues his coverage of the Egyptian protests.
On November 5, 2009, Maj. Nidal Hasan opened fire at a troop readiness center in Ft. Hood, Texas, killing 13 people. Within hours of the killings, the world knew that Hasan reportedly shouted "Allahu Akbar!" before he began shooting, visited websites associated with Islamist violence, wrote Internet postings justifying Muslim suicide bombings, considered U.S. Read More
"We're going to close Guantanamo," said candidate Barack Obama at a June 2007 campaign fundraiser in San Antonio, Texas.
"We're going to close Guantanamo," Obama said at a rally in Fairfield, Iowa, 10 days later.
"We're going to close Guantanamo," Obama said in a speech in Chesapeake, Va., in August 2008. Read More
The latest CNN poll still shows widespread disapproval for the Obamacare's mandate that all Americans purchase health insurance: Read More