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Gettysburg Address: 150 years later

Today marks the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address. The famous remarks were made in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania in 1863 and marked a pivotal point in this nation's history.

The Degradation of Dr. Ben Carson

Last week I highlighted the increased attacks being leveled against Dr. Ben Carson by those on the Left. Liberals are generally intolerant of conservatives as it is, but being an African American conservative seems to outrage them all the more.

Defeat Should Serve Only To Strengthen Our Resolve

Special guest host Rose Tennent took the Hannity airwaves today, who filled in for Sean who's taking a few well deserved days off during the Thanksgiving holiday. Tennent started the show with a special message to Sean's fans and loyal conservatives across the country who were disappointed with the outcome from the recent presidential election.

Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart is dead at 43

Widely read conservative Internet publisher Andrew Breitbart, whose flare for battle with politicians and the mainstream media earned him a reputation as one of the nation's most influential commentators, died Thursday.

Worldwide Music Video Premiere - Jack Blades!

Hannity’s got the worldwide premiere of the video for Jack Blades’ new single, “Back In The Game”. The song is the first track from Blades’ forthcoming album ROCK N’ ROLL RIDE. The video imparts a strong patriotic message of the debt of gratitude owed to the military of this nation.

Pizza 4 Patriots!

Pizzas4Patriots together with UNO's plan to dish out 10,000 pizzas to U.S. service men and women in Afghanistan on America's largest pizza eating day of the year - Super Bowl Sunday.

Gingrich Advocates Social Security Overhaul

Since 1935 a percentage of every dollar Americans earn has gone towards Social Security, a program designed to care for the nation's elderly that provides them with financial support beyond retirement.

EXCLUSIVE: ACORN Playing Behind Scenes Role in 'Occupy' Movement

The former New York office for ACORN, the disbanded community activist group, is playing a key role in the self-proclaimed “leaderless” Occupy Wall Street movement, organizing “guerrilla” protest events and hiring door-to-door canvassers to collect money under the banner of various causes while spending it on protest-related activities, sources tell

Thieves preying on fellow protesters

Occupy Wall Street protesters said yesterday that packs of brazen crooks within their ranks have been robbing their fellow demonstrators blind, making off with pricey cameras, phones and laptops -- and even a hefty bundle of donated cash and food.

Fmr OMB Directer under Obama against Democracy?

The 37th director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) under President Obama came out today with an article suggesting what America may need is less Democracy, not more.

White House bully problem

Spin, baby, spin. Throughout his frenetic jobs tour across the West this week, President Obama tried to seize the narrative. Republicans, he told champagne-sipping, tea party-trashing Hollywood moguls and tech titans, are intolerant bigots, know-nothings and thugs. They’ve made his hair “grayer” and left him “all dinged up.”

Barack Obama's 2012 plan: 'Kill Romney'

Barack Obama’s aides and advisers are preparing to center the president’s re-election campaign on a ferocious personal assault on Mitt Romney’s character and business background, a strategy grounded in the early stage expectation that the former Massachusetts governor is the likely GOP nominee.

Probe Continues at Site of Military Helicopter Crash

KABUL, Afghanistan – International military forces worked on Monday to recover every last piece of a Chinook helicopter that crashed over the weekend, killing 30 American troops, seven Afghan soldiers and an Afghan interpreter, NATO said.

American Tipping Point

Hush puppies, for those coming in late, were once the casual shoe of choice in the late 1950s. By the 1990s they were pretty much vanished, disappeared to the fashion twilight zone along with tri-corner hats and powdered white wigs for men. They sold somewhere in the neighborhood of a pathetic 30,000 pairs a year, usually out of small family-run shoe stores in the small towns of off-the-beaten path America. The company that made them -- Wolverine -- was on the verge of giving up with the once iconic shoe from the Eisenhower-era that was, in 1950s beatnik lingo, "nowheresville" by the time of Bill and Hillary.

Congressional Leaders to Pitch Debt-Reduction Compromise to Caucuses

Democratic and Republican leaders in both chambers of Congress will meet with their caucuses Monday for a hard sell of a compromise debt-reduction package that gives President Obama up to a $2.4 trillion hike in the debt limit as long as lawmakers can find an equal or greater amount in spending cuts.

Under Obama, Millennials move into the GOP column

But in his second term Bush proved toxic to the Republican label. The Pew Research Center showed Democrats with a 51 to 39 percent party identification edge over Republicans in its 2008 polls.