Selective enforcement of the law is a dangerous thing.
Mollie Hemingway The Federalist 5/21/2014
Conservative author Dinesh D’Souza pleaded guilty to breaking campaign finance laws. He was accused of having urged two friends to make $10,000 contributions to a Senate candidate and then reimbursing them. This is an illegal work-around of campaign contribution limits.
Weiyi Lim and Inyoung Hwang Bloomberg 2/4/2014
…Strategists from Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to AMP Capital Investors and JPMorgan Chase & Co. are also telling clients to hang on after losses that began with currencies in Turkey and Argentina spread to developed markets. The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index slid 2.3 percent yesterday, capping its […]
Can you guess who is number one?
Mark Tapscott The Washington Examiner 2/14/2014
Charles and David Koch are the two most evil people in American politics, right? We know that because Jane Mayer proved it with her landmark “Covert Operations” tour de liberal force in 2010.
Well, it turns out that Mayer’s aim was off […]
Ken Wells & Ari Levy Bloomberg 5/6/2013
In 1999, Al Gore, then U.S. vice president and a Democratic candidate for president, sold $6,000 worth of cows.
The former senator, who spent most of his working life in Congress, had a net worth of about $1.7 million and assets that included pasture rents from a family […]
Glenn Beck 9/20/2012
…“If you want to reason a vote for Mitt Romney here it is,” Glenn told listeners this morning…
“I want you to listen carefully to what Mitt Romney said is the biggest problem in our country. A response to a question – listen to what he says about the Federal Reserve.