Slow, low-key start for Benghazi panel

By: Susan Davis USA Today WASHINGTON — Two months after the House of Representatives chartered a new committee to investigate the 2012 Benghazi attacks, the panel will begin getting down to work in July, Chairman Trey Gowdy said, but it […]

Apprehension of Jihadist Suspect in Benghazi Massacre

By: Andrew C. McCarthy I’m out on the Left Coast to talk about Faithless Execution again today. But at theBenghazi Accountability Coalition, which I chair, we’re closely following the apprehension of Ahmed Abu Khatallah. Here is my statement on it: When it […]

Friends Don’t Let Friends Read Dana Milbank

By: Mollie Hemingway Dana Milbank is a columnist for the Washington Post who serially exaggerates or distorts what he writes about. It’s just what he does. This has been established so many times by so many people that it’s disappointing to see […]

Milbank Exposed

By: Frank Gaffney Jr. I had a ringside seat on Monday as a “mainstream media lapdog” performed for his masters in the Obama administration. What made it a man-bites-dog story, though, is that theWashington Post’s Dana Milbank was so abject […]

Five questions Hillary Clinton still needs to answer

By Michael Ingmire Published June 17, 2014 Watch the latest video at Welcome to the Hillary Clinton soft focus “Hard Choices” book tour, tales of post-White House struggle soothed by $200,000 speaking fees, her dubious accomplishments seen and […]