GOP candidates get a smoother ride in fourth debate

GOP candidates get a smoother ride in fourth debate

Newsweek

At Tuesday night’s Republican debate, the Fox Business Network moderators spared the GOP candidates many of the alleged “gotcha” questions they complained about during the October contest on CNBC. But there was plenty of bickering between the candidates themselves. In one notable instance, Donald Trump embarked on a lengthy monologue about undocumented immigrants and the wall…

Sen. Lindsey Graham delivers the most hilarious commentary of the Fox Business News debate

Sen. Lindsey Graham delivers the most hilarious commentary of the Fox Business News debate

Arturo Garcia Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was not present at Tuesday night’s GOP presidential candidate debates, but that gave him the ability to let fly with some zingers while live-blogging the discussion between the top eight candidates at Sidewire.com Graham, who was dropped out of the undercard debate because of his low poll totals, opened

Michigan mayor blows off homeowners facing eviction to go attend ‘happy’ pizza party: ‘We had food waiting’

Michigan mayor blows off homeowners facing eviction to go attend ‘happy’ pizza party: ‘We had food waiting’

Travis Gettys A Michigan mayor brushed off desperate residents who are making a last-ditch effort to keep their homes by leaving a public meeting for a pizza party. Randy Walker, mayor of Garden City, walked out of a swearing-in session without taking public comment from at least seven homeowners who are facing eviction after the

Megamansion-building megachurch pastor says revealing his salary would violate Christ’s teachings

Megamansion-building megachurch pastor says revealing his salary would violate Christ’s teachings

Travis Gettys Megachurch Pastor Steven Furtick is used to questions about his gigantic mansion and other trappings of his apparent wealth — but he doesn’t usually face them directly from reporters. The pastor of North Carolina’s Elevation Church sat down for a rare interview that aired Tuesday on WCCB-TV, where he discussed various controversies related

GOP senator demands Mizzou grad student stop studying effects of 72-hour abortion waiting period on women

GOP senator demands Mizzou grad student stop studying effects of 72-hour abortion waiting period on women

Bethania Palma Markus A conservative Missouri lawmaker is trying to stop a graduate student from researching the effects that state’s mandated 72-hour waiting period for an abortion is having on women, the Huffington Post reports. State Sen. Kurt Schaefer (R) sent a letter to the University of Missouri chancellor accusing the student of “helping Planned Parenthood.”