Former presidential candidate breaks down the political predicament
White House shakeup: Panic play? Plus - looking ahead to 2014 gubernatorial elections, and Rep. Bill Johnson on Sebelius and ObamaCare
Where are things headed for GOP?
Talk Radio News Service's Justin Duckham on media reporting on false backlash from Sen. Ted Cruz's comments
Administration launches major public relations push
Ken Langone speaks out on 'Your World'
Economist Dr. Yaron Brook gives his take on how we can fix the US economy
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul tapped his brakes this weekend on a potential 2016 presidential run, saying his wife has yet to support the idea.“Where’s my cellp...
Sen. Rand Paul weighs in
The world reflects on the life of Nelson Mandela as Obama sits down for a softball interview. Plus - Is one party control of Washington a good thing?
Radio personality takes on the Republican Party
As the House of Representatives resumes its business and members return to their districts for the Thanksgiving holiday, the American people are asking, "What the he...
Recently there’s been a controversy swirling around Sooper Mexican and his profane tweets on Twitter, which resulted in a Latino Rebels critique “Where Have You Gone...
Rep. Michele Bachmann weighs in on the lack of support for the GOP
Former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, (R-Texas), on the state of the Republican Party .
Former Vice President Dick Cheney on the state of the Republican Party .
In next year’s midterm elections, Republican candidates in every corner of this country can and should be on offense against their Democratic opponents on the issue ...
In a last-minute surprise late Monday, U.S. Rep. Steve Stockman filed paperwork to challenge fellow Texas Republican and powerful incumbent John Cornyn for the U.S. ...
White House's new aggressive sales effort for ObamaCare. Plus - Where have all the scandals gone? And Obama endorses BOTH Hillary and Biden for 2016
New caveat on Obama's promise that you could keep your doctor. Plus - Capitol Hill budget negotiations and a look at the 2016 GOP field